Description of problem:
If a device such as a bluetooth headset is already paired to a computer, and initiates a connection by being powered on, the connection will be accomplished. However, the bluetooth menu entry for the device will show the connection status as off or disconnected. If I press alt+F2, enter 'r' into the dialog and restart the shell, the status of the menu item is then correct.
Instead, if the device is entered into pairing mode first, and then one goes to the bluetooth menu entry and turns it on, then the pairing will also be completed but the menu status for the device will be correct.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Pair a bluetooth headset with the computer and by selecting bluetooth -> Setup new device and walking through that process as usual.
2. Turn off the headset after being paired.
3. Turn the headset back on.
4. The menu entry for the headset will indicate no connection is present.
5. Go to bluetooth -> Bluetooth Settings and the connection indicator will show that a connection to the device is indeed present. Sound can also be configured to pass through the device.
6. Press alt+F2, type 'r' and press enter. After the shell restarts, check the bluetooth menu, the device will now show its status as being connected.
Device is not shown to be connected when it is.
Device should show itself to be connected, and toggle switch should be able to disconnect device.
Please let me know what I should attach. There are no relevant messages in /var/log/messages or .xsession-errors
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