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The firmware file might have changed names, Pilot6 has a PPA with the firmware file sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install linux-firmware Reboot


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Search for "Personal file sharing". Then activate "Receive files over Bluetooth". That is it, worked for me.


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Just want to warn potential Anymouse 2 buyer that: unlike Anywhere mouse 1, Anywhere mouse 2 is hardcoded to work only with Logitech's new settings software called Logitech Options. Logitech Options doesn't provide more options. Instead it PROHIBITS Anywhere mouse 2 from having unique profile per application. Previous fans of Anywhere mouse 1 found this out ...


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Have you try this, and type in the terminal this: sudo apt-get install dkms sudo apt-get install blueman sudo dpkg-reconfigure Bluetooth and it might work fine this way.


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Following the answer here, what worked for me was sudo gedit /etc/bluetooth/main.conf InitiallyPowered = true # keep it that way # add the following: # start bluetooth on boot? # compatibility note: if this variable is _not_ found bluetooth will start BLUETOOTH_ENABLED=0 Save the file and reboot.


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I was having the same problem wiht same errors after upgrade on a ThinkPad X220. I've solved the problem installing bluez-utils: sudo apt install bluez-utils


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Try: apt-get install python-evdev python3-evdev The error message just indicates a missing Python package (evdev>=0.3.0 not found).


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It looks like the changes to the C code from the other answer do work (but off turns on the function keys, I had thought on would do that). I wanted to extend the code to auto-detect the keyboard for me and couldn't bear the thought of writing file searching code in C, so I ported the code to Perl 5: #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; use constant ...


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Ok, I have discovered that it is possible and I discovered how: I installed all bluez (bluez + bluez-*) packages and purged any other application related to bluetooth (blueman, bluewho, etc.). I do not know if this is strictly relevant, but until I didn't do this I couldn't manage to connect to the speakers. I also installed all the pulseaudio utilities ...


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You are right: Linux kernel comes with the drivers (aka modules), and if some of the drivers do not work, you may try installing or booting (if you have) a different kernel. For instance, on 14.04LTS, kernel 3.19 I had a problem with the Virtual box kernel module. But with 14.04LTS and kernel 3.13 there is no problem. Notice, however, that if the Linux ...


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Open System Settings by clicking the "gear" icon in the top-right corner of your screen. Under "Hardware", you will see "Bluetooth". Open the "Bluetooth" sub-menu by clicking on that. Search for devices and press the "Pair" button that should be on your hearing aids. You will see your hearing aids appear in the list of devices. Click on them to pair.


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You could open the Ubuntu Software Center, type bluetooth into the searchbox in the upper right. This will show you a list of bluetooth-related software. The ones marked with a white check-mark in a green circle are already installed on your system. You could also issue the commands man rfkill;rfkill list to make sure your Bluetooth hardware is not ...


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Run in terminal sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi-opt.conf <<< "options iwlwifi bt_coex_active=0" and reboot. Bluetooth coexistence technology in iwlwifi is not good and makes things worse.


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If you already installed the firmware according to the link in your question, just rename the file. sudo mv /lib/firmware/brcm/BCM20702A0-0a5c-216f.hcd /lib/firmware/brcm/BCM20702A1-0a5c-216f.hcd It looks like the new kernel module is looking for another file. But firmware is the same. If you want to use older kernels too, run sudo cp ...


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I've read all the answers, and I've written a script around input-kbd (part of input-utils) to auto-fix this issue. You should run fixMouse from this repository once every login. It will: listen to dbus for this mouse configure all the keystrokes to KEY_UNKNOWN Standard mouse features (left button; scroll; etc.) still work fine. Only the weird ...


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run sudo apt-get install libmtp-common mtp-tools libmtp-dev libmtp-runtime libmtp9 then sudo apt-get dist-upgrade runsudo nano /etc/fuse.confWe want to remove the # from the below line of code for user_allow_other, like so... Code: #/etc/fuse.conf - Configuration file for Filesystem inUserspace(FUSE) #Set the maximum number of FUSE mounts ...


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I believe what is happening is that you have a mouse that uses the new low-energy bluetooth mode that was introduced in bluez5 and your running bluez4. I have a similar situation with my Microsoft Arc Mouse. In this line: [ 1359.069997] Bluetooth: HCI request failed to create LE connection: status 0x0c the LE connection refers to this new low-energy mode ...


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I had the same problem. To fix it un sudo apt-get install mtpfs Once that's installed, plug in the phone to your computer. If nothing happens, on the phone go to Settings > Storage > Upper Right Corner (⋮) > USB Computer Connection > Media Device.


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Try this: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:vidplace7/bluez5 sudo apt-get install bluez This adds a ppa for Bluez 5 and installs bluez.


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A good way to fix this would be to install Blueman Bluetooth Manager.After you installed it If you however happen to get the "Connection Failed: Stream setup failed".Then do this fix I found from tuxdiary.com: 1.Edit /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf and uncomment the following line: AutoConnect=true 2.Run the following command to install latest packages for ...


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Workaround: You need to have Windows installed. Start Windows, then switch OFF bluetooth, shut down. Start Ubuntu, switch on bluetooth. Now you should be able to see BT devices.


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I got the Microsoft Designer Mouse working on Ubuntu 14.04 with the following PPAs and package installs: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:vidplace7/bluez5 sudo apt-add-repository ppa:blueman/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bluez sudo apt-get install blueman Then you need to restart blueman just incase. killall blueman-manager blueman-applet & ...


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I've finally been able to solve this issue. Grab the bluez packages named 5.23-1ubuntu1~mtrudel1 and indicator-bluetooth from the following PPA. You need to modify the bluez package and remove the dependencies init-system-helpers and lsb-base, otherwise you're going to have some dependency issues when you perform a system update. Manually install that ...


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Answer taken from here: http://askubuntu.com/a/660666/256078 What's happening is that the MX Anywhere 2 requires Bluetooth Smart and Ubuntu ships with bluez (the Bluetooth driver) 4 which does not have support for Bluetooth Smart. Bluez 5, which adds support for Bluetooth Smart, is supposed to start shipping with 15.10, but for now, you'll have to install ...


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Install the driver this way sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rtlwifi-new-dkms rtl8723au-bt-dkms linux-firmware and reboot.


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I had this problem a while back. Basically what's happening is that the MX Master requires Bluetooth Smart and Ubuntu ships with bluez (the Bluetooth driver) 4 which does not have support for Bluetooth Smart. Bluez 5, which adds support for Bluetooth Smart, is supposed to start shipping with 15.10, but for now, you'll have to install bluez 5 manually if you ...


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Centrino Advanced-N 6235 works great in my HP DV6-7010US on Ubuntu 14.04. The bluetooth did not work initially and was unable to find any solutions in the forums. I saw a review on Amazon where they said FN + F3 was needed to choose between Wifi, Wifi+Bluetooth, or neither on an Acer. On my HP that combination didn't work so I pressed F12 a couple times and ...


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I currently have the same problem and I don't think there's a clear fix to this issue. Did you install bluez 5? Ubuntu currently ships with bluez 4. I've tried to install newest bluez via ppa but it broke my system.


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I had the same problem. But I follow the answer of Ralink RT 3290 Bluetooth Problem on Ubuntu 14.04 question, and luckly it solved the problem I had. I already modified the files that needed to be modified. You can download the file form http://www.filedropper.com/rtbth-393. All you have to do is go to the directory from terminal and run make sudo make ...


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Have you tried reinstall bluetooth, and enter this in the terminal: sudo apt-get install blueman sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade and it might work fine this way.


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I found images sent from my phone via Bluetooth in the ~/Public folder.



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