bluetooth

  1. jronald

    Solved Will wireless devices emit radiation in full power when no driver?

    Will wireless devices emit radiation in full power when no driver? (Need a 100% sure answer) I got this question because I feel some headache when I installed FreeBSD 12 on my notebook 🤣 Info about the devices (I bought the notebook 2 years ago) 1. Bluetooth USB Module (Qualcomm Atheros...
  2. K

    Can't setup bluetooth

    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...
  3. F

    get bluetooth device battery level

    Hello Do you know how to do that ? Getting mouse battery level ? My bluetooth mouse is working fine, but I have no clue on its battery status thanks
  4. h0m3

    [bluetooth] hcc not listing any device

    Hello, 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 [00] but no device is listed. I've double checked and my mouse is visible on my phone. When running service...
  5. B

    bluetooth-config

    I'm following this guide - https://wiki.freebsd.org/SteveWills/BTSpeaker which requires the use of bluetooth-config and a link is provided to https://reviews.freebsd.org/D3778 which is a page dedicated to this script but I don't see any link for downloading it. Maybe I'm blind and can't spot it...
  6. R

    Nordic Bluetooth USB CDC ACM not communicating properly

    Hi, I wrote the firmware for the Nordic USB dongle using CDC ACM and it works great using Ubuntu, it comes up as a ttyACM0 and uses the kernel module cdc_acm.ko. I am actually trying to use the USB dongle in a pfsense 2.4 system and noticed FreeBSD recognizes the USB as a modem and allocated...
  7. B

    Bluetooth keyboard

    How would I go about attaching a bluetooth keyboard to a FreeBSD system?
  8. N

    Intel Dual Band Wireless-N 7260

    Hi. I decided to install FreeBSD on my HP EliteBook 840 G1, and I finished installing the desktop environment and programs. So, I configured and loaded the iwm module for the Wireless Adapter, and I realised that the iwm it's for Wireless-AC cards, and not for Wireless-N cards. Is there any...
  9. F

    Bluetooth: cannot send file to my PC.

    Hi, this is my first post ever. I'm trying FreeBSD (12 beta 3) for the first time. I've configured everything except two devices: the first is the bluethooth, the second not yet. I can send files to my smartphone, but I cannot receive them. Some help, please?
  10. K

    Bluetooth speaker

    Hi guys, I have a JBL Flip 4 speaker that I want to connect to my FreeBSD Lenovo TP. I did, what the manual said and further tried what this bugreport describes. I also read this thread. I did hccontrol pairing and now try to connect to the speaker through virtual_oss and don't get a...
  11. Ian Arad

    FreeBSD 11.2, wireless driver Ralink RT3290 ?

    lspci (linux) 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...
  12. A

    3com usb bluetooth

    I've read that 3com 3CREB96 is supported by FreeBSD. I can buy: 3com 3CREB96B will it work or not?
  13. A

    Atheros AR946x/AR948x and bluetooth

    I have Atheros AR946x/AR948x adapter for WiFi, however it has Bluetooth as well. I thought I can switch to bluetooth mouse, so I enabled bluetooth in BIOS. I added bluetooth_enable="YES" in /etc/rc.conf abishai@sphinx:~ % kldstat Id Refs Address Size Name 1 67 0xffffffff80200000...
  14. A

    Which version of Bluetooth does FreeBSD support?

    It seems there is not update about Bluetooth for long time. I want to know which version of Bluetooth does latest FreeBSD support ? Is BLE supported by latest FreeBSD ? Thanks a lot.
  15. andrewschools

    BCM20702A0 bluetooth dongle not working

    Hello - 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...
  16. sidetone

    idea about Bluetooth version 4 development for all BSD communities

    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...
  17. K

    RTL8821ae drivers

    Hello everyone, I'm just wondering how to make this driver work, its a WiFi+bluetooth chip. Does this one[RTL8821ae] not work with FreeBSD? I have ordered a new one, an intel 7260 5G+Bluetooth but it'll be a few weeks & I need this thing to work for the bluetooth ASAP. Thank you for your time.
  18. K

    How to bluetooth?

    Hello everyone, I am just wondering how I can use bluetooth on FreeBSD. Is there a GUI bluetooth manager or must I use the terminal? And if so, how do I do that? Thank you.
  19. GregTheHun

    Raspberry Pi Bluetooth Audio

    Hi all, I was working on a project with my older Raspberry Pi 1 (512MB RAM) I have an ASUS USB-BT400m which appears to work according to FreeBSD, but I was trying to setup the bluetooth as a bluetooth audio source that other speakers can connect to. Any ideas, or is this even possible?
  20. K

    New user to BSD, coming from Linux

    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...
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