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Ubuntu 13.10 uses bluez 4.98, 14.04 and 14.10 uses 4.101 Both versions were compiled with the same option (--localstatedir=/var) I'm using 14.04 and the files are there and if I remove or add a device the /var/lib/bluetooth/(myadapteraddress)/linkkeys file is updated accordingly. I made a test on a 14.10 system, I added a BT device and the ...


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Can you post the results of lsusb and hciconfig --allas there are some chipsets that are not yet supported correctly


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/var/lib/bluetooth/{bluetoothaddr}/linkkeys Where {bluetoothaddr} is your bluetooth interface (you should have only one, it looks like a mac address) The file format is {remoteaddr} {128 bit link key} {type}. 20:12:03:22:EE:0E C21D3A69DEA0A8C629F1BB5D12AEEA79 4 0 00:18:94:68:3E:90 EC02519ED656DB87B7F152E899F8A810 0 4 00:21:3F:3E:2E:6C ...


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You can also use this Graphic application that also does this bluetooth manager


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Try with the below command and install the bluetooth genome again and then check whether you are able to connect to the bluetooth device, sudo apt-get install bluetooth blueman bluez-hcidump bluewho python-bluez bluez-tools Hope this helps.


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Type "linkkeys" in the search bar of nautilus while you are in the filesystem location. If you have got the file, just right click the file name and click the Open Item Location. It will navigate you to the file location and you can now note the location of the file.


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That bluetooth device needs a proprietary driver due to its design and it doesn't seem that Ralink wants to release it to the kernel developers https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-lts-trusty/+bug/1355096


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Even easier solution than the answer. You can simply go sudo apt-get install pulseaudio* Then reboot. After reboot, connect to your Bluetooth and simply play the music on your phone. Everything will be transmitted to your computer and play out on the computer's speakers. And yes! you're welcome.


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Unless you feel comfortable patching kernel modules you may want until Ubuntu supports your bluetooth device and that could be the next kernel release. Please do a lsusb (please insert into post) in terminal, you will see a list of devices found on you computer, one will likely be a FoxConn device with [0489:????] I have a good idea you will find ...


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There's an option in /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf called autoconnect=truewhich is hashed out. I found enabling this option by removing the # and got things connecting properly with my bluetooth headset


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I was getting the same errors on my machine too and finally found a fix. Blacklist the ath3k module echo "blacklist ath3k" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/ath3k.conf and then gksudo gedit /etc/rc.local and add modprobe ath3k above the exit 0 line, save, exit and reboot Firmware for the atheros bluetooth is part of linux-firmware sudo apt-get install ...


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It looks like that model has an Atheros Wifi/BT combo card and the AR3012 has issues in Linux with the xhci drivers and the ath3k module needs to be loaded later. The only workaround I have found involves blacklisting ath3k and using rc.local to load the module echo "blacklist ath3k" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/ath3k.conf and gksudo gedit /etc/rc.local ...


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You have bumped into a known issue, it has been reported in https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gvfs/+bug/1284308, and many other people also have the same issue. As a workaround, try sending the files from the phone to the computer, or use a USB cable to do the file transfer.


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Install the Bluetooth drivers - sudo apt-get install bluez bluez-alsa bluez-audio bluez-btsco bluez-compat bluez-cups bluez-dbg bluez-gstreamer bluez-hcidump bluez-pcmcia-support bluez-tools bluez-utils python-bluez bluewho indicator-bluetooth libbluetooth-dev libgnome-bluetooth11 libbluetooth3 Edit the rc.local file - sudo nano ...


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The only way to fix my situation I found after reading a lot of threads in different forums: Reinstallation. It worked, and it seems there is no other way (since trying to repair all drivers won't work). Thanks you all guys for your answers.


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The issue you are facing is due to a bug in older versions of the Linux kernel, < 3.15. The bug report can be found here. To solve the problem, enter the following commands - cd /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/bluetooth/ cp ath3k.ko ath3k.ko.orig cp btusb.ko btusb.ko.orig sed -e 's/\xf3\x0c\x05\x30/\xf3\x0c\x05\xe0/g' ...


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You should try a current release or another Bluetooth dongle. I found that some USB dongles work better than integrated Bluetooth. I know that this somehow defeats the purpose of having Bluetooth only non-dongled hardware. :(I noticed on my laptop, that the audio delay was reduced to a minimum with 14.04.


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Long time I was looking solution and finally helped me that link: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2246613 Ubuntu 14.04 Audio sink problem to Logitech Wireless Adapter Hello, jcmoriaud. I had this problem recently as I bought a bluetooth speaker and attempted to connect to it with my laptop. It kept giving me "Connection Failed: Stream ...


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If you don't have a hardware switch to turn it on, I feel that the only solution is via Windows because sometimes hardware deactivated in Windows does not appear on other OS. In my case I had to install Windows 7 on new created partition (10 GB), install all neccesery drivers for Bluetooth and turn it on there. Then reboot to Ubuntu to check if the ...


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On Linux, lightblue internally uses the PyBluez library, which doesn't currently allow a socket to opened on a specific HCI device. PyBluez internally uses the Linux bluetooth sockets functionality, so it depends on whether that allows sockets to be created for a specific HCI device. My guess is that it doesn't, else this functionality would have been ...


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Support for Atheros AR5BBU22 is in the Kernel since 3.6.15 but additionally the proprietary firmware has to be installed on the system for bluetooth to work. It is available in the package linux-firmware (on ubuntu; resp. firmware-atheros on debian, non-free).


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If you are using bluez, this solution might help you as well as it helped me: Basically you need to put your mouse in discoverable mode and then run the following commands in the console: hcitool scan bluez-simple-agent hci0 XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX bluez-test-device trusted XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX yes bluez-test-input connect XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX Where ...


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Unlike MPD in system wide mode PulseAudio is running in userspace. This means, all pulseaudio settings including Bluetooth discovery and providing a Bluetooth audio sink is done from a user session. The MPD daemon, when running system wide, is unable to access Pulse Audio devices running in a user session. As it is in theory possible to run Pulse Audio in ...



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