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[Bug 1546310] Re: In CAR bluetooth not working
@Matthias: Yes let take #1500242 separately to not confuse things.
Sounds good that this seems to be an improvement for you. However lets
monitor this for a bit as it could be a thing which only happens after
some (however in your logs I never saw it detecting the sink.fake.sco
sink from pulse which it seems to detect now reliable).
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In CAR bluetooth not working
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Status in pulseaudio package in Ubuntu:
I have paired my phone with my car as always (connection did work in
the past). Connection runs as expected and everything like display,
phone book, ... but this evening I wanted to place a call from my car
and it did not work. I was then also not able to take a call (I could
not hear the conterpart and the counterpart could not hear me).
Since yesterday I am on:
current build number: 259
device name: krillin
last update: 2016-02-16 12:09:18
version version: 259
version ubuntu: 20160216
version device: 20160108-efc96d8
version custom: 20160111-926-36--vivid
With OTA9 I did not have the issue. I have attached my logs. I have
enabled the following bug-settings for bluetooth:
sudo sed -i 's/exec \/usr\/sbin\/bluetoothd/exec
\/usr\/sbin\/bluetoothd -d/g' /etc/init/bluetooth.conf
sudo sed -i 's/--start/--start --log-level=debug/g'
I have modified the line in ofono.override to:
exec ofonod -P -d provision,udev*,dun*,smart*,hfp_bluez5,stktest,sap
I hope my reporting helps to trace down this issue.
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