I recently updated my phone (using a custom ROM), and it appears to be that my phone now doesn't have bluetooth.
Well, it do have a bluetooth radio, and that
/system/app, but when I turn the bluetooth on, it doesn't do anything; I mean, it just immediately turn itself off everytime I turn it on.
My phone is Samsung Galaxy Core Prime SM-G360HU, running Android 5.1 Lollipop with CM 12 / 12.1 (I can't remember; I'll update this one ...) and TWRP Recovery installed. It is, of course, rooted.
Upon Googling, it only suggests things about Bluetooth Audio (which I am not looking for ...), and how to fix them.
I've done a bit research, and found out that newer versions of CyanogenMod ROMs come with an unfixable bluetooth.
Should I install a different type of ROM (such as Resurrection Remix), or should I go installing the stock ROM?
Update (1) :
The ROM that my phone is using is CM12.1
UPDATE (2) :
So, the link (outdated) for the quick patches is now dead. Luckily, I still have the file.
Here is the updated download link.