[Bug 1080656] Re: bluetooth-wizard crashes when the name of a discovered device is NULL
1080656 at bugs.launchpad.net
Thu Jan 17 13:13:01 UTC 2013
I've experienced this issue today and possibly come up with a
Ubuntu 12.10 x64. USB bluetooth dongle. Let me know if you need any
further hardware info.
Initially, when scanning for devices, some sort of ID of the device was
displayed (a hex UID type string). Any time I clicked on this the
applet crashed and I saw the crash report for "bluetooth-wizard".
I did this a few times, but then I tried again and waited patiently
whilst it continued to search for devices. Eventually the hardware ID
listed changed into the name of my BT headset. Now when I click to
select, and click Continue, I get no error at this point (it doesn't
connect to the device in the end, but I'd wager that's a different
Hope that's useful to someone.
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