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https://github.com/chrippa/ds4drv Installing Dependencies Python 2.7 or 3.3+ (for Debian/Ubuntu you need to install the python2.7-dev or python3.3-dev package) python-setuptools hcitool (usually available in the bluez-utils or equivalent package) These packages will normally be installed automatically by the setup script, but you may want to use your ...


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Does this lock signifies anythting? Yes if the lock is placed over blutooth icon, it means your bluetooth device is currently doing some operations.Lock will be automatically released when the corresponding operations are finished. How can I send files from phone to PC? To send files from your phone to pc, Open personal file sharing from dash. ...


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Don't want to resurrect an old question but I had this same issue in Arch and now in Ubuntu 14.04. I've been able to find a permanent work around on both systems. For those Googling for a solution this is what worked for me. Your mileage may vary. For Ubuntu I follow instruction from the BluetoothSetup wiki page specifically the instruction for 11.04. For ...


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I followed Bralam's answer. But in 13.10 you do not need to install anything except hcidump. So on a console type, sudo apt-get install bluez-hcidump and then sudo hcidump -at | grep -A 1 "User Passkey" Use the bluetooth gui to add the keyboard but ignore the numbers that the gui prompts. Instead type the passkey showing on the console. That will pair ...


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Its very simple.Make sure you have installed " Personal file sharing" and Blueman through ubuntu software center.Go to your phone > paired devices > new paired devices >Bluetooth devices .Now your phone will ask for a password, enter your password(any 4 digit number eg.1234). Then you can see a window pops up on your computer screen. Enter the same number ...


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BlueZ has a daemon process named 'bluetoothd' Issue command: bluetoothd -v to get the active or working version of BlueZ.


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The command hciconfig (HCI device configuration utility) is the main command for controller-related configurability. Try one of these two commands: hciconfig hci0 up hciconfig hci0 reset If nothing happens, see what hcitool dev returns.


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I managed to fix the problem. Looking at the output of lspci, lshw and dmesg, I eventually determined that all of the USB root hubs were being detected, but there was an issue with interrupt requests that was preventing some of them from working. The Bluetooth, camera, etc., were failing because they were connected through one of the hubs that wasn't ...


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Solution: After finding that the profile (a2dp) wasn't connected and seeing that others had the same problem, I looked into whether this profile was implemented in BlueZ5 yet. I guess I didn't read the porting guide closely enough, because it explains that a2dp was moved out of the BlueZ stack and into GStreamer. I had never heard of GStreamer, but I also ...


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Mac Mini mid-2010 (Macmini4,1) Bluetooth stopped working when upgraded from 13.04 (Raring) to 13.10 (Saucy). Err Hunter suggestion worked for me sudo hciconfig hci0 reset


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The last 3 lines of /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf are commented, just uncomment those lines deleting the hash in front of them, leave like that: [A2DP] SBCSources=1 MPEG12Sources=0 This worked for me, now just connect to your headset and use a2dp. It should shows Bluetooth headset on audio configurations.


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I have a similar problem, but a little bit different. I try to pair and connect a PS3 BD remote. I can connect, trust and use the remote, but apparently not pair it. Also the input commands fails even if the remote is working. I connect it using: sudo hidd --connect 00:24:33:94:BC:66 an trust it using: bluez-test-device trusted 00:24:33:94:BC:66 yes ...


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This bug is documented at this pulseaudio launchpad bug report. If you believe that this is affecting you, please login to launchpad and vote on the bug. This helps developers prioritize the things on which they are working. In the meantime You can set the device up as a 'Telephony' device, which will give you horrible sound quality, but gives you the ...


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I configured bnep0 network interface on xUbuntu 13.04 with local IP address and it workded :) # ifconfig bnep0 192.168.1.3 up I also guess that command route also helped. The ping works, however, there is packet loss...


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If you are running windows and ubuntu as dual boot. boot into windows - turn bluetooth ON - shut down - boot into ubuntu - you will find blutooth symbol appearing on left upper corner of the screen. This is how my problem is solved in 13.10. But this again raises a question whether my ubuntu side of system is dependent on windows side of system?


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I thing that solved my problem was to connect to headset service. Then under pulseaudio control the audio sink was exposed. also under /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf I set: HFP=false and uncommented #[A2DP] SBCSources=1 MPEG12Sources=0 Then under pulse audio I was able to disable the sound card and switch the profile to A2DP.


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You can use a package called Jack. What it lets you do is pipe the outputs from the source, into whatever channels on whatever devices you want. sudo apt-get jack2d jack-tools qjackctl jack2d: is the more recent version of Jack jack-tools: more stuff for jack qjackctl: GUI After installation use qjackctl to pull up the GUI. Examples of things you can ...


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I have tested the following Logitech mice over the last 2 years (This information might give you an idea on how to test the mouse yourself and solve the problem): T620 Touch Anywhere MX M555B And I can say the following: T620 Touch - Everything works in Ubuntu. From side scrolling to both buttons. From zooming to double clicking. The distance is the ...


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Solution for my notebook "BIOS - USB Configuration - EHCI2 : Disabled" EHCI1 is for usb ports (actually My notebook has 2 usb 2.0 ports)


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This problem is described as Bug 60824 in Bugzilla. You will find a patch in this thread: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/attachment.cgi?id=107379 This patch is not yet available in official Ubuntu releases. In order to get the dongle work before it is made official, you have to rebuild the Ubuntu kernel. Here is an How To: Save the patch in ...


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The pulseaudio system may have the device completely disabled. This cannot be changed in the default Sound Settings application for Ubuntu 13.04. You may need pavucontrol to make it work correctly. After pairing, start pavucontrol. Go to the Configuration panel, and if the device is there, make sure the profile is enabled. If it is not visible then ...


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Try changing your COD (class of device) in main.conf. During the Bluetooth discovery process, certain devices may "see" your device but will not ennumerate it in their list of available devices because it is not advertising the major or minor class that the remote device is looking for. In this case you would probably want to change your laptop cod to ...


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Logitech indicates that this problem can be caused by low batteries or Radio frequency (RF) interference from more powerful devices, such as: Wireless speakers Computer power supplies Monitors Cell phones Garage door openers Before reconnecting your mouse Fix or rule out the potential problems listed above. Insert fresh batteries into your mouse Turn ...


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I have exactly the same problem (same dongle, same Ubuntu version, same configuration files, same command outputs ...). The only information concerning this dongle compatibility is from ubuntu wiki : Works out-of-the-box in Ubuntu v10.04 ~ 11.04 Stopped working reliably in 11.10, frequent kernel panics and other general not good stuff, [Bug: 901770] ...


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This might be simplistic question but just in case: does your phone connection to the mouse is active at the same time you pair the mouse to your desktop? If yes, disable your bluetooth connection to the phone, reconnect to your PC and test it. There is a really nice guide for Bluetooth Setup. I hope this will provide you direction toward resolution of ...


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The LiveWireBT solution did the trick. $ sudo rfkill list 0: tpacpi_bluetooth_sw: Bluetooth Soft blocked: yes Hard blocked: no 1: phy0: Wireless LAN Soft blocked: no Hard blocked: no # The magic command is this one: $ sudo rfkill unblock 0 $ sudo rfkill list 0: tpacpi_bluetooth_sw: Bluetooth Soft blocked: no Hard blocked: no 1: ...


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If you have windows on the same PC configure your Blutooth software to operate in windows generic usb (Google to set up) their own software pre=installed. Your mouse and keyboard should automatically work when you switch to Ubuntu...mine does !!


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try installing bluetooth manager from the ubuntu software center - no guarantee. worked for someone with a similar issue.



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