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Old 11-18-2017, 12:39 PM   #1
jonnoaus
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Bose QC35 on Arch Linux


I am trying to connect my Bose QC35 to my xps13 9350 running Arch and Gnome. I have bluez installed and the whole pairing process went just fine.
It connected well, my headphone said "connected to [laptops name]", but it instantly said that my call ended...
It comes up in my bluetooth settings as a bluetooth headset and it also comes up in my audio settings, except that testing my headphones does not work as they do not respond at all.
I was running Win 10 before Arch and it worked just fine so it is not due the hardware.
Also this is my log:
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Nov 18 19:31:34 Jona-Laptop bluetoothd[3025]: Unable to get io data for Headset Voice gateway: getpeername: Trans
Nov 18 19:31:34 Jona-Laptop bluetoothd[3025]: Unable to get io data for Phone Book Access: getpeername: Transport
Nov 18 19:33:41 Jona-Laptop bluetoothd[3025]: Unable to get Headset Voice gateway SDP record: Host is down
Nov 18 19:33:59 Jona-Laptop bluetoothd[3025]: Unable to get connect data for Headset Voice gateway: getpeername: 
Nov 18 19:34:03 Jona-Laptop bluetoothd[3025]: /org/bluez/hci0/dev_2C_41_A1_08_4D_B0/fd1: fd(36) ready
Thank you very much for any help, I am a total beginner.


Edit 1: Update: according to my Android-Bose-App I am still connected to "Bluez 5.47" even though I turned bluetooth off in Gnome
Once I turn bluetooth back on in Gnome the app says that I am connected to [laptops name] instead.
Edit 2: Now that bluetooth is turned off in gnome the android app still says that I am connected to [laptop].
I restarted my headphones and they still tell me that they are connected to [laptop]...

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