[Bug 781556] Re: bluetooth discovery fails: no devices found during scan

Geert 781556 at bugs.launchpad.net
Tue Jun 28 19:47:30 UTC 2011

Did some further testing and finished my bash script to enable the
bluetooth radio when required. (I removed the modifications I made to
'/etc/init.d/bluetooth'). The script looks like this:

sudo bccmd psset -s 0x0000 0x028c 0x0001
sudo hciconfig hci0 up
sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart
sleep 2

Remarks: on my PC (an HP Pavilion DM1 with Mint 11) the bccmd command
doesn't work when combined with a warm reset (the -r argument)! The
bluetooth restart is also required to get things working.

The script works flawlessly, after execution the gray bluetooth icon in
the system tray immediately changes to black and you paired devices show
up. (Also tested with Blueman Bluetooth Manager).

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