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I'm on Ubuntu GNOME 16.04 and I've found a solution that works perfectly here: https://wiki.debian.org/BluetoothUser/a2dp On ubuntu user is gdm and not Debian-gdm, here are the exact instructions: In order to prevent GDM from capturing the A2DP sink on session start, edit /var/lib/gdm3/.config/pulse/client.conf (or create it, if it doesn't exist):...


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I recently lost sound on a upgrade. I was able to get my sound to work by running the program "alsamixer" from the command line. My default sound card had changed. I reselected my sound card and checked that the volumes were adequate to get the sound working. You do not say what desktop you are using (gnome3,unity,xfce) so it hard to suggest a graphical ...


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Okay, it seems like Canonical fixed the problem for us with one of their latest system updates! Thanks guys! EDIT: Input is still not working (mic/line in).


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Ensure the following: Jaybird X2 is paired it is marked as trusted (either via bluetoothctl and trust XX:XX:XX:XX (where XX:XX:XX:XX is the MAC address of your Jaybird) or via blueman-manager) it is turned on Press the power button of your Jaybird X2 once. This probably triggers an auto-connect to known devices. So you may need to ensure that other ...


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Don't know if you are still having issues with this, I experienced a similar problem on my mini PC. It also has the Intel Wildcat audio device; I managed to fix it by doing the following: Install pavucontrol (PulseAudio Volume Control); it's available on the software centre as well On the "Configuration" tab, check if you have 2 profiles Set the profile ...


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Setting in Pulse Audio Volume Control: Open Pulse Audio Volume Control > Configuration tab > Built-in Audio - Profile: Analog Stereo Duplex


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Two-part solution. The first part I found by trial-and-error: Removing the oss4 packages: sudo apt-get remove --purge oss4-base oss4-dev restored my sound immediately. I didn't even have to log out, much less reboot. However, I still had no sound icon. A search on that problem led me here, which told me to install package kmix. I tried it. It didn'...


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I have found that it's the alsa mixer that had the headphone volume down to 0. all I had to do is start alsamixer, select my sound card and up the headphone volume. hth


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You cant do this on the default sound properties you need pauvcontrol sudo apt-get install pauvucontrol pauvucontrol go to the configuration Tab find your device choose a profile that is plugged.


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If you already have installed by default PulseAudio, the only thing you should do is to : open Synaptic Package Manager and install pavucontrol. After that, you will have in Skype > Options > Sound Devices : new button called Open PulseAudio VolumeControl Click on it and do some additional setting, while (during the Skype - Make a test call) is ...


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I will try to help you. It sounds like your HDMI is working ok, but try this if you haven't already. First, plug in your HDMI cable. Go to settings and click on Displays. 3.Now click on Mirror Displays. Finally, click on apply. That does it for the video. Now you'll want to adjust the audio so that you hear it from you television. Click on ...


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I am guessing you have (you said you've tried Pulse Audio) but did you access it through pavucontrol? Have you tried amixer set Master 100 I have had some sound issues in Ubuntu 14.04 (now I'm using 16.04, but none yet...) which started after plugging in my headphones. I thought it had to do with the jack, but these steps fixed it for me. I think ...


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Open pulse audio make sure you tick EQ Enabled and Keep Settings. Open audio setting -> output make sure to chose LADSPA Plugin (installed by default with pulse audio ubuntu 16.04 LTS). For more customize or if you not found LADSPA Plugin check this link.


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I get this error when I use "default" as the jack audio device. When I specifically select my hardware soundcard or outboard card from the drop-down window under setup in qjackctl, it starts without a problem.


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It is a known bug. Try rmmod btusb ; modprobe btusb. I have had to do it up to four times. I have seen this with my Lenovo P50 with Intel 8260 wifi/bluetooth. Sometimes the bluetooth firmware doesn't load correctly at boot. Other times it just doesn't work.


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The intel-hda sound driver is used for lots of different implementations by different manufacturers. They don't always connect the pins on the chip the same way. This sounds like your issue and to solve it you will need to find the module options to configure it . Here's a list of the currently supported models http://git.alsa-project.org/?p=alsa-kernel....



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