Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 725783
Bluetooth headset pairing but no sound
Last modified: 2012-08-07 11:24:29 EDT
Description of problem:
My bluetooth headset (Hama Bluetooth Headset "Basic") is working just fine with my Sony Ericcson phone but not on my netbook/desktop.
The pairing using the bluetooth panel of gnome-shell works just fine and I can select the headset as output device in the audio settings. However, despite some noise when something is played I cannot hear anything in the headset.
The dongle used on the netbook/desktop is a "Anycom Bluetooth 2.0" which identifies as "0a5c:2122 Broadcom Corp. Bluetooth 2.0+EDR dongle".
The following appears in /var/log/messages when trying to play sound to the bluetooth headset:
[47880.014371] hci_scodata_packet: hci0 SCO packet for unknown connection handle 6
[47880.014388] hci_scodata_packet: hci0 SCO packet for unknown connection handle 6
[47880.014398] hci_scodata_packet: hci0 SCO packet for unknown connection handle 6
(and so on...)
I am also having an issue with my blue tooth headset. It pairs with out an issue and the mic is sending sound but the ear piece is not playing .
My device is as follows...
Bus 003 Device 005: ID 0a5c:2148 Broadcom Corp. BCM92046DG-CL1ROM Bluetooth 2.1 Adapter
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