Bluetooth Version – is designed to be a fast and easy method for finding the Bluetooth version number. Simply unzip it then click to run, it will promptly provide you with your Bluetooth version number as well as giving some details about the device from a drop-down menu. Bluetooth Version Finder offers no other features other than providing the version number. If it can not provide the details on the device you connected to your PC you will see a question mark and a notation that the device was not found. As briefly mentioned above, this info can be obtained manually through the device manager but Bluetooth Version Finder makes retrieving it faster and with fewer steps involved.
Some of the features in Windows operating system is available only if you are running a specific or later version of Bluetooth. For instance, the Nearby Share (a feature to share files between two Windows 10 computers) requires Bluetooth 4.0 or later versions. Bluetooth 4.0 adds Bluetooth Smart / Bluetooth Low Energy standard in addition to the Classic Bluetooth specification, so it is a significant improvement in prolonging battery life of devices. The batteries in Bluetooth low energy devices will last several times longer than their classic Bluetooth counterparts.
Bluetooth version number is usually mentioned in PC’s manual or product information page on your manufacturer’s website. But if your laptop is few years old, you likely have lost the manual and might not be able to find its information on the web as well.
The LMP versions Table:
• LMP 11 – Bluetooth 5.2
• LMP 10 – Bluetooth 5.1
• LMP 9.x – Bluetooth 5.0
• LMP 8.x – Bluetooth 4.2
• LMP 7.x – Bluetooth 4.1
• LMP 6.x – Bluetooth 4.0
• LMP 5.x – Bluetooth 3.0 + HS
• LMP 4.x – Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
• LMP 3.x – Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
• LMP 2.x – Bluetooth 1.2
• LMP 1.x – Bluetooth 1.1
• LMP 0.x – Bluetooth 1.0b
• For instance, Bluetooth adapter’s LMP version 6.x indicates that your Bluetooth version is 4.0
Bluetooth Version Finder 1.2 (3 MB)