Hey, I just updated from Fedora 15 to Fedora 16 and got 2 bluetooth related problems, plus an Audio issue.
First one, the Bluetooth mouse I bought no longer moves the pointer. It does pair, it simply won't move the pointer. Also, if I turn it off, it won't re-pair, giving me an "Input Service Connection Timeout" unless I restart the bluetooth service, but even then, I can't move the pointer. This might be related to X.org somehow.
If it's relevant, I'm on KDE 4.7.
The second Bluetooth issue happens on both F15 and F16, but only on the 3.0 kernel (2.6.40). The Wiimote no longer pairs when using wminput / cwiid. I heard from Phoronix that the 3.0 kernel includes some new Wiimote drivers, so I'm pretty sure there's a conflict somewhere, I just don't know where to look.
The Audio issue is that I can't get any sound from the speakers. I've searched an awful lot for bug reports and on different forums, apparently I probably can get audio from headset, but don't have some earphones handy to check. This happened on Fedora 15 also, and I thought updating might magically fix it :P
[root@KnightRider ~]# lspci | grep "Audio"
00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 6 Series/C200 Series Chipset Family High Definition Audio Controller (rev 04)
Thanks for the help.
Update: Indeed, headsets work. I can get audio on my earphones but can't get audio on the speakers.