Description of problem:
A Bose QuiteComfort 35 Bluetooth Headset doesn't get connected via bluetooth on a Lenovo W540 after the upgrade to fc29. While connecting with bluetoothctl or the gnome gui the following error appears:
$sudo systemctl status bluetooth
bluetooth.service - Bluetooth service
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/bluetooth.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: active (running) since Wed 2018-11-21 14:35:49 CET; 1 day 1h ago
Main PID: 1202 (bluetoothd)
Tasks: 1 (limit: 4915)
Nov 21 14:35:49 systemd: Starting Bluetooth service...
Nov 21 14:35:49 bluetoothd: Bluetooth daemon 5.50
Nov 21 14:35:49 bluetoothd: Starting SDP server
Nov 21 14:35:49 systemd: Started Bluetooth service.
Nov 21 14:35:49 bluetoothd: Bluetooth management interface 1.14 initialized
Nov 21 14:38:43 bluetoothd: a2dp-sink profile connect failed for 2C:41:A1:C7:F9:9B: Protocol not available
Nov 21 14:39:06 bluetoothd: a2dp-sink profile connect failed for 2C:41:A1:C7:F9:9B: Protocol not available
Other devices (logitech bluetooth mouse MX Anywhere 25) running without problem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
GNOME Version 3.30.2
Steps to Reproduce:
1. switch on headset in pairing mode
2. start gnome settings/bluetooth
3. click on device, it will pair but immediately disconnect
4. doing the same with bluetoothctl (pair, trust, connect) results in the error message: Failed to connect: org.bluez.Error.Failed
no connection no sound
connection and sound
it worked with fc28
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