I've recently installed Fedora 20 x64 on my Dell Inspiron 15, and everything is working swell except for the bluetooth. I have a Broadcom BCM43142 hybrid card installed (called the Dell 1705 Wifi Card in Windows) and I managed to get the wifi working by installing broadcom-wl and kmod-wl but the bluetooth does not find any nearby devices. The machine can detect the bluetooth hardware and control its power state, but every boot I find a message in dmesg related to bluetooth reading:
Bluetooth: hci0 command 0x1003 tx timeout
From the research I have done, it seems to be that the firmware for the bluetooth card isn't getting loaded. However, I can find instructions for manually loading the firmware on Ubuntu/Debian but not Fedora. Attached is a few documents to hopefully help with the diagnostics. The machine no longer runs Windows 8 at all, it is now pure Fedora 20 (I've read that people who dual boot can get Windows to load the firmware, then reboot which gives Fedora access to the firmware. I didn't test that however, this is all found from research).
Also, kernel version:
Has anyone had experience with this card in Fedora and more specifically, Fedora 20?