Lenovo ThinkPad T460s

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Hardware PCI/USB ID Working?
Bluetooth (Broadcom) Unknown Untested
Bluetooth (Intel) 8087:0a2b Yes
Webcam (Acer) 5986:0706 Yes
Webcam (Chicony) 04f2:b52c Yes
04f2:b596 Yes
Webcam (Lite-On) 04ca:7058 Yes
Ethernet 8086:1570 Yes
8086:156f Yes
WLAN (Broadcom) 14e4:43ec Yes
WLAN (Intel) 8086:24f3 Yes
WWAN (Huawei) 12d1:15c1 Yes
WWAN (Sierra) 1199:9079 Yes
GPU (Intel) 8086:1916 Yes
GPU (NVIDIA) 10de:1346 Yes
Touchpad Yes
Touchscreen 1fd2:5003 Yes
Trackpoint Yes
Keyboard Yes
TPM Untested
Fingerprint reader 138a:0090 Yes
Smart card reader 058f:9540 Yes
SD card reader 10ec:522a Yes
Audio 8086:9d70 Yes

The slimmer variant of the Lenovo ThinkPad T460.


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Reason: fwupd support should be mentioned per Help:Laptop page guidelines#"Firmware" section as this laptop seems to be supported. (Discuss in Talk:Lenovo ThinkPad T460s)


flip_done timed out freezes

See the relevant forum post. You can either move back to a <4.8 kernel by using linux-lts, or add the following parameter to your kernel command line, which seems to help (it disables S-Video, but there is no such connector on a T460s):



There is no "beep" input to the snd_hda_intel device, so beeps generated by terminal emulators etc. are not played. As a workaround, PulseAudio can be configured to pick up X11 bell events, see PulseAudio#X11 Bell Events.

If the sound quality is bad, updating /etc/modprobe.d/modprobe.conf with

options snd-hda-intel model=tpt460

may improve it. These options are documented in [1] and [2].

Fingerprint reader

See Lenovo ThinkPad T460p#Fingerprint reader; the T460s and T460p share the same fingerprint reader.


The mouse cursor is jumpy with libinput as described in [3] and [4]. A workaround is to use the Synaptics driver. The trackpoint can also be disabled in the BIOS, but doing so will disable the physical mouse buttons as well.

Function keys

This article or section does not follow the Laptop page guidelines.

Reason: A function keys table should be added. See also Lenovo ThinkPad T450(s)#Function keys. These laptop models have the exact same key combinations (and keyboards), so it may be preferable to just link to the section instead of duplicating function key information. (Discuss in Talk:Lenovo ThinkPad T460s)

Fn+Esc to enable FnLk which will make your function keys work.

See also