I have a Lenovo Ideapad L340, with a Realtek 8822be Wireless Adapter. It works flawlessly with Windows, but completely fails on Linux, which I'm trying to have on a dual boot. So I could neither connect to the internet or to any bluetooth devices on Linux. But, I recently tried out Garuda Linux, and the bluetooth is somehow working perfectly well. Although the wifi issues persist, the bluetooth issues seem to be fixed by just installing Garuda Linux.
But, the thing is that Garuda Linux is waaaay to bloated and slow, and gives a very bad battery life. And unfortunately, in Garuda's barebones edition, which has none of the bloat, the bluetooth doesn't work.
So, I've been trying to reproduce the bluetooth fix in another installation of regular Arch, but I really don't know where to start. So I was hoping somebody could help.
Note 1: I've already tried Ubuntu, Kali and Pop before switching to Garuda
Note 2: Please let me know, if any more details are required and I'll promptly add them.