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[Bug 1531515] Re: Bluetooth cannot be enabled on Ubuntu Touch rc-proposed Nexus 4


Luckily, I still had my terminal with the flash process open.
I flashed it and it rebooted at 14:38:13.
So 14:41:46 is indeed after rebooting, the first time, after the switch to rc-proposed.
A later manual shutdown and start of the device resolved the issue. It might have been one of those things that happen only in very specific circumstances. I didn't update anything after switching to rc-proposed, I did check if there were any updates, but there were none. (which makes sense)

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  Bluetooth cannot be enabled on Ubuntu Touch rc-proposed Nexus 4

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Bug description:
  After switching from OTA8.5 to rc-proposed (to test if my BT keyboard would work with that) BT cannot be turned on any more.
  I can flip the switch, but after 30s it is switched off again (probably never turned on).
  I am unable to discover any BT devices.

  Running bluetoothctl on the devices from the terminal and then entering "show" results in:
  "No default controller available"

  I switched to rc-proposed for the Nexus 4 like this:
  ubuntu-device-flash touch --channel=ubuntu-touch/rc-proposed/ubuntu

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