Re: Connecting bluetooth headphones
- From: Milan Bouchet-Valat <nalimilan club fr>
- To: Alessandro Crismani <alessandro crismani gmail com>
- Cc: gnome-shell-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Connecting bluetooth headphones
- Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2011 16:57:52 +0100
Le samedi 10 décembre 2011 à 16:51 +0100, Alessandro Crismani a écrit :
> Hi everybody,
> I've just bought a pair of bluetooth enabled headphones, the Creative
> WP-300. I've got no problem pairing them with my laptop using the
> bluetooth module of gnome-control-center, however I am having kind of
> troubles trying to connect them when I get to work every day.
> More particularly, after pairing, I have a "Creative WP-300 Headphones"
> menu item in the bluetooth menu of the shell panel. If i click on that
> there is a "connected" switch (this is translated from the Italian
> "collegato", don't know it's exact naming). Now, no matter what I do
> with that switch, the headphones don't get connected. However, if I open
> gnome-control-center, go to the bluetooth section, select the headphones
> and then click the "connect" switch there ("connessione" in Italian) the
> headphones get connected. Am I missing something or is this the intended
> way to connect bluetooth devices? I was expecting to be able to connect
> the headphones from the shell panel menu. If any log may help just ask
> me and I'll provide them :)
Please file a bug, and tell us the version of the Shell you're using,
your distribution, and attach your ~/.xsession-errors file after
reproducing the problem.
> Off-Topic, but maybe someone knows: how can I set pulseaudio to
> automatically use the headphones and control their volume when they are
> connected and use the internal audio card output/volume otherwise?
No idea. ;-) I think Ubuntu has introduced a PulseAudio module to do
that, which hasn't been committed upstream yet. You may find more
information on the net.
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