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You stated that using Wifi is okay, so here's an easy solution to your problem. Set up Icecast on you machine and set the audio source to something like stereo-mix (see the chapter on Darkice). On your mobile device just install any player capable of playing streams (e.g. VLC for Android or Tunein Radio, both free and both available for Android and iOS) and ...
I also tried to do this in the past, searched for answers and the basic answer for this question is that you can't do it, because the android bluetooth stack lacks support for A2DP sink capabilities. Then I found a great answer at stackoverflow which says that it might be possible to do it, but it's hard to do. The answer and the details are here. For the ...
To stop bluetooth service $ su - $ service bluetooth stop To disable bluetooth service on startup # nano /etc/rc.local add this line before exit 0 rfkill block bluetooth To disable the bluetooth driver on startup # nano /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf and add this line to blacklist.conf blacklist btusb To cut power source for bluetooth to run ...
Try upgrading the kernel. Just run sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade Generally drivers are included in the kernel so you need to upgrade the kernel. Try using Ubuntu 13.10. I also had some problems with my laptop even after upgrading the kernel of 12.04 . But 13.04 solved everything . So you should try 13.10 .
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