Ubuntu 8.1 Totem "internal data stream error" Bluetooth Headset
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 30, 2008
Totem will play a paticular video but not sound. So I get to see what the video is but there is no sound. When I configure my Bluetooth headset to hear the sound I get an internal data stream error. It only happens on paticular video formats.
Bluetooth headset only patially working (ubuntu 12.04)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 6, 2012
Blue-tooth headset only partially working (Ubuntu 12.04)
I have a Nexus Talknano bluetooth headset. It works fine with my Nokia 6300 phone and works in part with my computer. It works, in that I can use the microphone with Skype and hear via the sound card. However if i select the talknano for sound output nothing is heard. However I can control the slider showing the output volume by using the Talknano volume control buttons
UBUNTU 12.04 on an ASROCK G31M-S motherboard.
When i get connect the talknano the following appears in seconds
ANY IDEAS PLEASE?
Are the default settings in /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf correct?
lost to know what to look at next where is alsa config stored?
log viewer shows
May 5 23:40:41 freds bluetoothd: /org/bluez/879/hci0/dev_80_4C_04_00_1C_B2/fd14: fd(32) ready
May 5 23:40:41 freds rtkit-daemon: Successfully made thread 4279 of process 2532 (n/a) owned by '1000' RT at priori
How to connect bluetooth headset via command line on ubuntu 12.04
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I want to connect my computer to bluetooth headset. My computer has ubuntu 12.04 64 bits server operating system with no gui. So I must connect my computer via command line. But at internet documentation has no working example.
I have used hciconfig, hcitool, btsco e.t.c and I was not able to success.
My command line output is:
hci0: Type: BR/EDR Bus: USB
BD Address: 00:15:83:2E:2F:70 ACL MTU: 384:8 SCO MTU: 64:8
RX bytes:2309 acl:0 sco:0 events:118 errors:0
TX bytes:299 acl:0 sco:0 commands:48 errors:0
Features: 0xff 0xff 0x8f 0xfe 0x9b 0xf9 0x00 0x80
Packet type: DM1 DM3 DM5 DH1 DH3 DH5 HV1 HV2 HV3
Link policy: RSWITCH HOLD SNIFF PARK
Link mode: SLAVE ACCEPT
Service Classes: Capturing, Audio
Device Class: Audio/Video, Device conforms to the Headset profile
HCI Version: 2.0 (0x3) Revision: 0xc5c
LMP Version: 2.0 (0x3) Subversion: 0xc5c
Manufacturer: Cambridge Silicon Radio (10)
Bluetooth Headset Bad Sound Quality
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 29, 2013
I have a Jabra Halo 2 headset connected to my laptop via bluetooth. I can hear whichever sound I play, but it plays it at very low quality. Whenever I connect the headset to my phone, it always plays it a higher quality sound. How can I increase the sound quality?
On the link below, the OP was able to solve a similar problem by selecting a different profile "High Fidelity Playback (A2DP)" for his headset. How would I do that on Ubuntu 13.04?
Laptop: Dell XPS 13 L322X OS: Ubuntu 13.04 Headset: Jabra HALO 2
Thank you all for reading!
Bluetooth headset connects, but doesn't work
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 3, 2012
I've got a bluetooth adapter plugged into my laptop. I can receive/send files to and from cellphones just fine, but whenever I try to use my bluetooth headset it simply connects to the adapter and then that's it.
It doesn't output any sound to the speaker of the headset and it doesn't input any sound via the microphone.
The headset connects and actually inputs/outputs sound if I'm on Windows, but when using Ubuntu 12.04 it won't input/output anything once it connects to the adapater.
Bluetooth headset and Skype
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 9, 2008
I've been trying to get my Bluetooth headset to work with Skype, but with no luck so far.
I've got the headset itself working with ALSA, and can play sounds through it fine. However, when I try to use the headset in Skype, I get an infinite loop of connect/disconnect noises in the headset. The console output from Skype produces the following message periodically:
iPhone OS3.0 and Ubuntu Bluetooth Teathering
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 18, 2009
Yay, Apple now break AT&T strangle hold on the iPhone and you are allowed to tether it where the carrier permits, and here in NZ, Vodafone allows it. 8)
So I have tested this from Windows7RC, Bluetooth pairs up, new adapter installed, I get a new IP Address and the phone acts like a router. Cool. Same on My Mac.
Now I boot to Ubuntu 9.04 - still learning my way around Linux though so please be gentle with me 8)
I got the phone and my laptop to pair, and the phone reports a good connection, but then I am completely at a loss as to how to configure the networking. The Network manager still only shows the wired and wifi interfaces I normally have. Is there a way to setup/configure the bluetooth connection too?
Bluetooth headset in HSP/HFP mode produces very loud noise
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 12, 2013
I'm trying to use Rapoo H6060 bluetooth headset with my PC running Ubuntu 13.10 (repeatedly upgraded from 8.04).
It connects, plays sound in A2DP mode and allows to control tracks with its media keys.
The problem is I can't use it in HSP/HFP mode: when I select this mode I hear only very loud noise in my ears, and when I'm trying to play sound I can barely hear it through the noise.
0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)
as bluetooth transmitter.
Using Ubunturunning computer as a Bluetooth headset
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 22, 2009
Some lengthy Googleage and some quick searching here turned up nothing on this topic, so here goes.
I'd like to find a way to use my Ubuntu-running system as a headset for my Android-running phone. There are all kinds of tutorials explaining how to use an A2DP headset or to set up Bluetooth tethering, but explaining how to make a laptop or desktop's microphone and speakers act as a headset for a paired phone.
Can this be done?
12.04 won't automatically switch audio to bluetooth headset
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 10, 2012
So I've spent the day looking into this, and managed to get fairly close.
This is the behavior I expect
0. During any audio stream (music, movie, game, whatever)
1. Activate bluetooth headset.
2. Audio redirects to the headset.
3. Deactivate bluetooth headset.
4. Audio redirects to the speakers.
5. Rinse and repeat.
This should work entirely hands-free.
Just once I actually witnessed that this is possible, but bluetooth subsequently crashed and I have never been able to reproduce the miracle. It took considerable research and reconfiguration to get that far, and I've yet to find any other confirmed success stories.
What is actually happening 99.999% of the time:
1. On activation, headset connects, but no profile is selected, so nothing appears to happen.
2. Manually select "Audio Sink" in blueman
3. Audio redirects to the headset.
4. Deactivate the headset
5. Audio redirects to the speakers.
6. At this point bluetooth support often fails entirely and the adapter become
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