I want to be able to use a Bluetooth wireless headset as my audio out/in. The default install properly detects the presents of the new USB hardware and after going through the Bluetooth menu options, I can pair with the Bluetooth headset. However, I am not given an option to select this as the audio output device from the Settings->Sound graphical interface. Community documentation seems to be focused on Ubuntu 7,9, and 10, saying that this should be automatic after 10.04.
How do I add this? Thanks.
Bluetooth USB Adapter 2.0:
I can confirm both working independently on different machines.
1. Model# k33348b 2. by Kensington 3. (no pdf manual as Kensington.com has forgotten they ever sold this product?)
1. Model# 4915a-h500 2. by Motorola 3. manual: http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/QG-H500_9494A56O.pdf
Software Tried So Far:
Seems to pair correctly from the normal Bluetooth graphical interface
Default install sound settings
Even when paired, doesn't show up. Only shows "Digital output (S/PDIF)" and "Analog Output" but there should be one for HDMI, front, mainboard-back, a sound card with full surround sound, and one of those light cables, IN ADDITION to the now paired bluetooth headset that also doesn't show up.
found an online article, but since has been uninstalled since it was third-party and didn't work. Does not detect anything at all and finds no devices.
Only detects the "HDMI/DisplayPort" adapter.
$ pactl list cards short 0 alsa_card.pci-0000_01_00.1 module-alsa-card.c 1 alsa_card.pci-0000_00_1b.1 module-alsa-card.c