Joined: 02 Oct 2018
|Posted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 12:29 pm Post subject: Gnome - can't get bluetooth to connect to my devices
I tried to enable bluetooth in order to use my headphones wirelessly. I got it to the point where the Bluetooth -setting is enable-able (I don't remember how I got here anymore).
It works in the sense that I can enable bluetooth and search for devices. It finds my phone & headphones fine and pairs to both without a problem.
However, if I try to connect to a device, it just spins the loading logo for a while and nothing really happens. At one point I managed to actually connect my phone for a second, until it disconnected out of the blue.
As to my headphones, it can pair just fine, but again, I can't connect to them. Same issue. I also got these to connect for a second, but no sound was transmitted and it disconnected out of the blue again.
My headphones are V-MODA Crossfades if that helps. (Bluetooth tells me their mac address is: 20:9B:A5:5B:CC:5F).
Edit: forgot to mention,I'm using Gnome / systemd.