Questions tagged as ['bluetooth']
I am using fully patched / updated Ubuntu 21.04 + KDE 5.21.4 on Lenovo Thinkpad X1 extreme Gen 3. Kernel in use is 5.11.0-37-generic, with latest firmware for the System (0.1.17) and Intel (225.53.1649).
I am trying to use OnePlus buds Z with the laptop and they keep randomly disconnecting every once in a while. I have not seen this issue when I use them with my phone; so I believe the buds are f ...
I bought a Sony WXB700 bluetooth earbuds.
I am using ubuntu 20.04.
They pair with my machine. I am located 30cm away from my computer and in some positions I get sound, in others I do not.
The bluetooth never pairs off... I would like to know what can I do to solve this problem...
In my old laptop (with ubuntu 18.04) they work without a problem.
I have looked into
pavucontrol and everything seems to be Ok ...
I have a VM that’s using my Intel NUC Bluetooth. But I don’t remember how I set this VM up. If it weren’t for the fact that I know a program is getting information from
/opt/bluetooth/c0:B6:F9:8D:A6:75 I wouldn’t know that Bluetooth was even working in the first place.
dmesg | grep blue -i returns the following, so I know it’s configured somehow:
[ 25.470189] Bluetooth: Core ver ...
Just installed Ubuntu on to my Raspberry Pi 4 (8GB). But I hate wires, so I want to connect my BT keyboard and mouse. However I get the [Please plug in dongle] message when I open by BT settings.
I have also tried updating the software and firmware as well as commands such as
sudo systemctl restart bluetooth
service bluetooth restart
when I run
service bluetooth service
Loaded: loaded (/lib/sy ...
When I run this Command:
dmesg | egrep -i 'blue|firm', I get this result:
[ 1.191428] Spectre V2 : Enabling Restricted Speculation for firmware calls [ 2.305017] battery: [Firmware Bug]: battery: (dis)charge rate invalid. [ 33.326025] Bluetooth: Core ver 2.22 [ 33.326063] Bluetooth: HCI device and connection manager initialized [ 33.326067] Bluetooth: HCI socket layer initialized [ 33.326070 ...
This is my first question on AskUbuntu so please don't eat me alive :D
So I came across this question and it seems like there's an error with network adapter on Ubuntu 20.04.2 causing Bluetooth and/or WiFi problems (in my case only one of them can work :| ). I was wondering if one could monitor this issue somehow and track the bugfix (or verify the answer to the question)? Where are such problems rep ...
I see that failure in pairing Bluetooth devices is commonplace. I have Ubuntu 21.04, I plugged a Bluetooth 4.0 Adapter Dongle, the device (headphones) is visible but no pairing is obtained. I checked the status of the Bluetooth and it seems to me it is running:
sudo service bluetooth status ● bluetooth.service - Bluetooth service Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/bluetooth.service; enabled; vendo ...
I have Ubuntu 20.04 on my ASUS X510UF-EJ592T. And I have Alexa 4th generation, I have successfully connected the Alexa with my Laptop. When I play some music it plays on my laptop but not on the Alexa. I have tried changing audio output but it is not giving me an option of Alexa Echo dot while it is giving me an option for input to choose between either Alexa or my inbuilt input. What should I do?
I have a Lenovo Thinkpad T460p with Ubuntu 20.04. Everything was fine yesterday, but today bluetooth stopped working. I didn't even shutdown. No system updates as far as I remember.
$ blueman-manager blueman-manager version 2.1.2 starting blueman-manager 09.01.28 ERROR Manager:118 on_dbus_name_appeared: Default adapter not found, trying first available. blueman-manager 09.01.28 ERROR Manager: ...
I just purchased a pair of Sony WH-1000XM4s and have been impressed with the audio playback (music, calls).
However after spending an hour of configuration on Kubuntu 20.04, I cannot find any way of using the headphones with HFS mode and having high quality playback and recording.
Therefore as a current workaround I am using a separate laptop microphone as audio input and the bluetooth headset for a ...
Ubuntu18.04, GPU GeForce 2070S
I upgraded GPU driver from 460 to 470, using commands:
sudo apt-add-repository -r ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa sudo apt remove nvidia* sudo apt autoremove sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall
after reboot, no networks and bluetooth ;(
> ping 126.96.36.199 connect: Network is unreachable
> sudo service networking status ● networking.service - Raise network interfaces L ...
I am trying to connect AirPods to Ubuntu 20.04 (Kernel : 5.11.0-36-generic), I read many blog posts, but nothing worked, whenever I try to connect, It tries to connect for sometime, and then the Settings App just freezes. Can anyone please help me? Pardon my bad English. Thank you.
Some blogs I read and followed (which didn't work) :
When I play a video or music an annoying noise starts.
I tried it on windows and my phone and the quality is great, my earbuds even support noise cancellation, anyone know how can I fix this issue?
I've searched online, some people say to set A2DP in audio settings but it's already set and does not do the trick.
My earphones are Lenono LP6.
I'm running Ubuntu 21.04 on a Dell XPS 13 9300.
All of my Bluetooth devices keep disconnecting and reconnecting.
This is a problem as my mouse, keyboard, and headphones all use Bluetooth. I used to be able to use all 3 at once with no problems.
I tried downgrading from kernel 5.11 to 5.10 with no effect.
The problem started sometime this week.
Attached are all of the packages upgraded in the last 3 ...
I bought a simple joystick, with just a 360° steering stick and a button on it, to control my PC while watching movies. First connect worked like a charm out of the box, but after shut down and start up of the computer at the next day, my ubuntu suddenly wants that I type some Numbers and hit enter on my mouse-only joystick, to connect it.
There pops up a UI Dialog with the follwing:
Please ente ...
Many hybrid (PC/Mac or Windows/MacOS) Bluetooth keyboards have a physical button (Keychron) or hotkey (Logitech) to switch between Windows- and MacOS-mode.
The Seenda Wireless Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard ISJ-WJK70BT4 has no such hard- or softbutton. It automatically detects Windows and MacOS and changes the button layout accordingly, most famously swapping
I don't know how the Seen ...
To sum up my problem, I was trying to connect my airpods as headphones to my computer but my computer does not even detect my airpods as a device to connect to. Switching ControllerMode to either "Dual", "le" or "bredr" in /etc/bluetooth/main.conf did not help solving the problem.
I started to look at forums, entered a few commands to get info and got the following outputs with errors at the last ...
I am trying to pair Jlab Epic Air bluetooth headphones to Ubuntu. It pairs successfully, but doesn't recognise it as an audio device (i.e. doesn't show up in sound settings) so continues to use the internal speakers. Nothing shows up in sound settings. The only tell-sign I can find is that
dmesg gives the error
Reading supported features failed.
I tried following the steps in https://www.nielsvan ...
Steam can't see my ps4 controller. When I plug my PS4 controller in via usb the controller audio device will appear and disappear in the pavucontrol app and the alsamixer app. As well the current audio device will alternate between my usual device and the controller. I cannot use any pavucontrol settings because it disappears too fast, and seems to be reset each time it reappears. Alsamixer claims the s ...
I am running out-of-the-box Ubuntu 20.04 on a Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (7th generation) laptop. In another post, I described how the audio aux output pops and taps on the right audio channel, which I do not know how to fix despite trying the posted solution. As an alternative, I can connected to my headphones using Bluetooth instead. I can get it to work and the pops and taps are gone, thank goodne ...
Installed Ubuntu 20.04 LTS next to Windows 10, but Bluetooth isn't working. In my Laptop there is a Realtek RTL8822CE chip, that works just fine for WiFi but in Bluetooth-Settings it just says "Bluetooth not working. Plug in adapter...". On Windows both WiFi and Bluetooth work just fine. It seems to me that I'm missing some driver or anything but no solution I found online worked for me. Any clues?...
my Bluetooth Headphones (literally any pair of them) work with both HSP/HFP and A2DP Sink but the mic is not working on either of both profiles. I am currently using Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS on a 64-bit Laptop.
Ever since I updated from 18 LTS to Ubuntu 20 LTS this has been happening 90% of the time I close my monitor lid and when I open up the lid to reactivate my computer from sleep it would be stuck on the screen in the picture below. I've tried some things I found online, unfortunately no one directly has my problem. I'm still kind of a noob to Ubuntu, so any help would be appreciated, or else I'll probabl ...
I was doing some microphone configuration in pulseaudio, in that time my headphone connected but I don't know how after the configuration my headphone got disconnected. I was trying to connect it but after many tries I failed. I tried to restart Bluetooth service but that was also unsuccessful.
I also tried some other commands to reset Bluetooth settings without success.
I am currently trying to make my Magic Mouse 2 work on my system (Kubuntu 20.04). The mouse is detected under the bluetooth section, but only moving and clicking works, there is no support for scrolling or any other touch-related gestures. Also, another issue I had is that on restart it doesn't automatically turn on every single time, but that's a lesser issue.
I'm trying to send audio stream via Bluetooth from Ubuntu-powered desktop to Android smartphone (Samsung Galaxy S8).
On Ubuntu 16.04 with PulseAudio 8.0 installed by default it works properly - I can see my device's sink in the list(bluez-sink): list of sources with sink present
But after OS upgrade to 20.04 with PulseAudio 13.99 it disappears from the list: list of sources without needed sink
Is i ...
Bluetooth connection problems seem to be a constant theme here. I'm running Kubuntu 20.04 and I actually had my MPOW headphones working a couple of months ago. Now I can't get them to connect, though they are paired.
There are two possible causes:(a) something is not installed or (b) everything is installed but something is misconfigured. Given the abundance of solutions to this problem that wor ...
I run Debian and I do need Bluetooth to connect to my headset, but I don't want devices can see my laptop nor be able to connect to it.
I tried the following commands, but they just kill the Wifi; if I re-enable the wifi in my gnome-session, the bluetooth is discoverable.
rfkill unblock 0 bluetoothctl discoverable no rfkill block 0
I also tried the following command, but its effect isn't persiste ...