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  1. #201
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    Tiny issue on Galaxy S10

    Hi
    I need to click save in settings every time I want to play something via Bluetooth from S10.
    Also pCp shows used codec is SBC, while phone shows AAC. If you need logs or something tell me which ones and I'll send them.




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    Ignore the codec in the web interface for phones…..it’s only implemented for speakers right now.

    What is in the log, without pressing the save button.
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  3. #203
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Ignore the codec in the web interface for phonesů..itĺs only implemented for speakers right now.

    What is in the log, without pressing the save button.
    Code:
    01-12 18:35 CET INFO     ---- Caught Connect signal ----
    01-12 18:35 CET DEBUG    /org/bluealsa/hci0/dev_redacted/a2dpsnk/source
    01-12 18:35 CET DEBUG       HCI:hci0
    01-12 18:35 CET INFO        MAC: redacted
    01-12 18:35 CET INFO        TRANSPORT:a2dpsnk
    01-12 18:35 CET INFO        Writing device string for S10 for pcp-streamer
    In redacted there was BT MAC Address of my phone.

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    So you have the phone configured for streaming.

    To be honest using streamer in this manner is a bit tricky, there is a bit of chicken and egg going on here.

    Connect the phone,
    Play the web stream
    Then start music from your phone.
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  5. #205
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    So you have the phone configured for streaming.

    To be honest using streamer in this manner is a bit tricky, there is a bit of chicken and egg going on here.

    Connect the phone,
    Play the web stream
    Then start music from your phone.
    I did like you said (if I understood correctly: connect phone, play something via Squeezebox, then play something from phone). And this isn't working.

  6. #206
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    Cannot get dongle to work anymore

    Hi all,

    I was using RPi4 built-in Bluetooth before which was working ok-ish. I wanted to switch to using a Bluetooth dongle now and plugged it in and after a reboot it worked. Next day it stopped working so I did a reboot and now piCorePlayer cannot find the bluetooth dongle anymore, even if it worked before, so I know it has been working with this specific dongle.

    The error is: "No default controller available" when trying to turn the BT controller on.

    Some infos about my system:

    - piCorePlayer v8.1.0, linux 5.10.77-pcpCore-v7l (32)
    - Generic USB bluetooth dongle (works on other devices), seen as Cambridge Silicon Radio Ltd
    - Raspi Bluetooth OFF, Wifi ON

    I've tried rebooting, using different USB ports, removing Bluetooth, reinstalling, etc.

    It also seems that lsusb doesn't detect my dongle at all (anymore). I think this is the main problem. Do I need to load any extended packages or so? Thank you!

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    Doesn't sound good for your BT dongle. If lsusb doesn't show it, its not being seen by the system.

    Potential problems
    Bad Dongle
    Bad USB port
    Weak Power supply.
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  8. #208
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Doesn't sound good for your BT dongle. If lsusb doesn't show it, its not being seen by the system.

    Potential problems
    Bad Dongle
    Bad USB port
    Weak Power supply.
    Hmm interesting. Just fired up a 3b+ with a fresh pCP installation and it works just fine with the dongle. I'm using the official RPi4 power supply so I'm thinking it's not that either. Somehow I messed up my system I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moritzg View Post
    Hmm interesting. Just fired up a 3b+ with a fresh pCP installation and it works just fine with the dongle. I'm using the official RPi4 power supply so I'm thinking it's not that either. Somehow I messed up my system I guess.
    I do have a RPI4 with dead USB ports on it.....everything else works fine. I'm not as careful as I should be when I swap things around for testing, but I'm not totally sure what happened.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    There has been no work done on the bluetooth extensions to add APTX. It's on the todo list, just have not got there. That update will happen just through updating the bluetooth packages.
    Any update/progress on this one?

    Thanks and Greets Reiner

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