I have a Panasonic TH-L50DT60 which supports A2DP audio streaming over Bluetooth. I have a netbook running Ubuntu. I edited my
/etc/bluetooth/audio.conf by uncommenting these:
Enable=Source SCORouting=PCM AutoConnect=true
I tested whether my laptop receives audio by connecting a Nexus phone. I played a song on the phone and there was audio output from laptop speakers.
After this, I did a Bluetooth scan on the TV to see if it detects my laptop as an audio sink. But it failed to show any devises. But my laptop Bluetooth stack sees the TV as a A2DP audio source. As TV is the audio source and it should detect my laptop as an audio sink and it is not happening. I have many Bluetooth devises and TV detects none. So, how can I get my TV to detect my laptop as an A2DP audio sink?