I followed the Bluetooth chapter from the handbook but after loading
My system couldn't detect ubt0 under either /var/log/messages or under dmesg.
When I boot via aUbuntu stick it works perfectly fine and gives the following under lsusb
Bus 002 Device 003: ID 0489:e011 Foxconn...
Is there a way to automatically detect nearby bluetooth peripheral (say headset or smartphone) and perform the necessary action to use them? (for headset run virtual_oss, or for smartphone allow file transfers).
The only idea that came to me is having cronjob performing hccontrol -n ubt0hci...
I had some driver issues, but got past that.. now I am able to connect to my speaker and it makes the connection sound and then I get a DISCOVER FAILED message and it makes the disconnection sound and it runs in a loop until I force quit it.. its the same for both my BT speaker (UE boom3) and...
I read this guide https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/network-bluetooth.html
but i can't setup bluetooth, i already followed the steps but service bluetooth start ubt0 says:/etc/rc.d/bluetooth: ERROR: Unable to setup Bluetooth stack for device ubt0 what should i do?
I saw bluetooth config...
I'm new to FreeBSD and I'm trying to install my bluetooth mice.
Following the FreeBSD Handbook I run hccontrol -n ubt0hci inquiry and got only Inquiry complete. Status: No error  but no device is listed. I've double checked and my mouse is visible on my phone.
When running service...
02:00.0 Network controller: Ralink corp. RT3290 Wireless 802.11n 1T/1R PCIe
02:00.1 Bluetooth: Ralink corp. RT3290 Bluetooth
I tried to install freebsd 11.2 but it does not detect my wireless network card.
- I looked in another publication and they said that the RT3290 driver is...
Warning: I'm new to FreeBSD. I've looked at a lot of posts and cannot figure this out. I have done some debugging with the code to realize that it doesn't seem to pass the function call usbd_lookup_id_by_uaa in /usr/src/netgraph/bluetooth/drivers/ubt/ng_ubt.c. But to further debug, I...
The BSD community, not only FreeBSD, should look into supporting Bluetooth version 4 drivers. Bluetooth version 4 dongles are backward compatible with devices using previous Bluetooth versions, and they are inexpensive. It's not worth wasting time on Bluetooth version 2 and 3 dongle drivers...
Hi everyone, I have just started to try out FreeBSD. I'm installing xorg at the moment. I know that I'm going to run into troubles with installing stuff so I figured I'd make a thread on the forums & see what I can learn!
I'm sorry if this is in the wrong section, I don't know what section...
When I run the bluetooth script I notice it doesn't have any variables:
root@www# service bluetooth rcvar
compare to another random service
root@www# service ntpd rcvar
# (default: "")
so, most other services have an "enable" variable that I can put...
Some wireless card comes with bluetooth module integrated on them. Are these bluetooth modules supported by FreeBSD? As far as i'm aware of, the handbook had only mentioned about USB bluetooth dongle.
For instance, Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160 comes with integrated bluetooth module. The...
I searched the FreeBSD forums for any mention of an applicaton which will send sound to a bluetooth pair of headphones. The answer was "not yet", but the most recent such answer that I found was in 2013.
Anythiing newer than that for FreeBSD bluetooth audio?
I've some troubles with Bluetooth module ng_ubt on FreeBSD 10.3 .
It is automatically loaded at boot, despite ng_ubt_load="NO" put in /boot/loader.conf. Even if I manually unload with kldunload ng_ubt it reloads itself back(?!), as shown by kldstat.
This module turns on bluetooth device...
I wasn't sure if this thread belonged here or in the "development" section, but since it concerns the installation of FreeBSD I might as well post it here. Feel free to move it to the appropiate section.
A few days ago I installed a snapshot of 11-CURRENT in order to test the new i915 driver...