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Please run the following commands: sudo apt-get install --reinstall linux-image-`uname -r` sudo modprobe snd-hda-intel rm -r ~/.config/pulse* pulseaudio -k source Also, to replace any previous configurations: sudo apt-get update mkdir PULSE cd PULSE apt-get download pulseaudio ar xvf * tar xvf dat* sudo rm /etc/pulse/* sudo mv etc/pulse/* /etc/pulse/
Okay, a simple run of the following command: apt-cache search pulse | egrep 'tray|indicator' returns the following: indicator-sound - System sound indicator. indicator-sound-gtk2 - System sound indicator. pasystray - PulseAudio controller for the system tray pnmixer - Simple mixer application for system tray volti - control audio volume from system tray/...
This solution worked for me: https://zach-adams.com/2014/07/bluetooth-audio-sink-stream-setup-failed/ sudo apt-get install pulseaudio-module-bluetooth pactl load-module module-bluetooth-discover Delete the device from bluetooth devices and pair it again.
I was finally able to solve my problem by following this thread How to reinstall PulseAudio (Ubuntu 12.04) I used all the commands listed on the first answer and it worked and for people who have trouble with this could possibly find the solution.
I've had the same problem with Jaybird X2 and Bluebuds X, although other Bluetooth audio devices worked without problems. With the headphones, I got this error: Assertion 'pa_channels_valid(channels)' failed at pulse/volume.c:74, function pa_cvolume_set(). Aborting. and pulseaudio crashed. What solved it was installing pulseaudio from sources: Install ...
Try opening pavucontrol and going to the "Configuration" tab. If it shows an "Internal Audio" device with a "Profile" drop-down selection box, drop it down and switch from "Analog Stereo Output" to "Analog Stereo Duplex". This should give you another device named "Internal Audio Analog Stereo" with port "Microphone" in the "Input Devices" tab. This input ...
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