- March 1, 2017 at 5:37 pm #55356
I am having trouble trying to pair my bluetooth speaker to the ci20. It can detect the bluetooth speaker, and will connect first time I pair it but drops off after 2 seconds. I then try to reconnect to it but get a
Connection Failed: Nosuch file or directory
and this happens every time I try to reconnect.March 4, 2017 at 10:12 am #55367
So I try to connect via command line to see what sort of error message I get and here is the output when using gatttool
/etc/pulse$ gatttool -b BC:66:41:E0:24:A8 -i hci0 -I [BC:66:41:E0:24:A8][LE]> connect Attempting to connect to BC:66:41:E0:24:A8 Error: connect error: Transport endpoint is not connected (134) [BC:66:41:E0:24:A8][LE]>March 6, 2017 at 1:48 pm #55370
Could you perhaps share which Debian version you are running and which image is flashed on the Ci20?
The Bluetooth hardware is a bit of a black box basically. The kernel loads the firmware for the chip. And then the interface to the bluetooth chip from the JZ4780 and kernel perspective is a simple UART tx/rx wire. I’m not aware of any kernel configuration options required for Bluetooth audio.
The rest of the Bluetooth stack is in userspace as far as I know. You could check your BlueZ version perhaps. If you are using pulse-audio, perhaps you would need to install pulseaudio-module-bluetooth ?
ZubairLKMarch 27, 2017 at 9:44 pm #55488
I am currently running Debian GNU/Linux 8.
I also have these pulseaudio packages installed:
pulseaudio/stable,now 5.0-13 mipsel [installed]
pulseaudio-module-bluetooth/stable,now 5.0-13 mipsel [installed]
pulseaudio-module-x11/stable,now 5.0-13 mipsel [installed,automatic]
pulseaudio-utils/stable,now 5.0-13 mipsel [installed,automatic]
and some bluez ones installed:
blueman/stable,stable,now 1.99~alpha1-1+deb8u1 mipsel [installed]
bluez/stable,now 5.23-2+b1 mipsel [installed]
bluez-obexd/stable,now 5.23-2+b1 mipsel [installed,automatic]
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