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herby1620 03-21-2014 03:46 PM

KDE and Bluetooth "Bluetooth is not completely enabled"
I have (mostly) bluetooth operational on my Linux box. I can get audio in my headset and it does work well. When I bring up the "Configure Bluetooth" part from the bluetooth icon in the system tray (it is on the right side), I get a nice window with the message "Bluetooth is not completely enabled" and a nice "Fix It" box nearby.

Unfortunately the "Fix It" box doesn't seem to do much. It makes themessage disappear, but not much else. The next time I bring up the same window, the error re-appears.

For the most part I don't see a problem, but the error MUST mean something, and I would really like to correct the "problem".

On another front, I have my nice headset paired and functional with the laptop, and walk "out of range". My headset nicely declares in my ear "...disconnected" and I understand that. When I come back into range, my telephone re-connects, but the computer doesn't. I need to click on the nice icon, and do it "manually". So, it there a way that the headset will re-connect "automatically". It would be helpful. Of course, this begs the question: does the error mentioned above have anything to do with it?

Thanks for any assistance.

Johnev 10-25-2016 03:07 AM

Bluetooth not completely enabled
This appears to remove the message on Kubuntu 16.10 :-

Go to "Bluetooth configuration to "Advanced Settings" and Accept automatically, then select your choice of "Never", "Trusted devices" or "All devices"

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