Difference between revisions of "Bluetooth audio"

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Before you can connect your device to Bluetooth speakers or headphones, you'll have to make sure {{Pkg|pulseaudio-bluez}} is installed.
 
Before you can connect your device to Bluetooth speakers or headphones, you'll have to make sure {{Pkg|pulseaudio-bluez}} is installed.
  
Edit <code>/etc/bluetooth/main.conf</code> and add <code>Enable=Source,Sink,Media,Socket</code> under the <code>[General]</code> section, then restart the Bluetooth service `<code># rc-service bluetooth restart</code>.
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Edit <code>/etc/bluetooth/main.conf</code> and add <code>Enable=Source,Sink,Media,Socket</code> under the <code>[General]</code> section, then restart the Bluetooth service <code># rc-service bluetooth restart</code>.
 
Once you connect to the Bluetooth device, a new output will appear in the audio settings.
 
Once you connect to the Bluetooth device, a new output will appear in the audio settings.

Revision as of 15:40, 31 December 2019

PulseAudio

Before you can connect your device to Bluetooth speakers or headphones, you'll have to make sure pulseaudio-bluez is installed.

Edit /etc/bluetooth/main.conf and add Enable=Source,Sink,Media,Socket under the [General] section, then restart the Bluetooth service # rc-service bluetooth restart. Once you connect to the Bluetooth device, a new output will appear in the audio settings.