I have an ANT+ dongle. I do not have a Bluetooth dongle. Zwift has been rock solid for the last 15 months or so that I’ve been using it.
Today, Zwift appears to be picking up both an ANT+ signal and a Bluetooth signal. The app sees my Favero pedals but then quickly shows ‘No signal’. My Wahoo Kickr doesn’t show up at all.
I have no idea how the app can be finding a Bluetooth connection when I have no Bluetooth dongle on this PC. I turned off Bluetooth on my iPhone, just in case - no change. I’m on Windows 10 (64-bit). There is no Bluetooth device connected, Bluetooth is not on / available on the PC (confirmed in Device Manager etc).
As noted, Zwift has been 100% rock solid for the past year+ that I’ve used it. This is the first connection issue I can recall having. Only thing I can think of is that having both Bluetooth and ANT is confusing it or something, but I don’t see any way to shut of Bluetooth.
FWIW - Bluetooth displays as off (unavailable) in TrainerRoad and Sufferfest (although SufferFest has its own issues). For some reason, Zwift is the only program that insists it is still seeing a Bluetooth signal. The icon at the top-right only allows the ‘Beta - Use Built-in Bluetooth’ option; the ‘Use Zwift Companion’ option is greyed out.