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Old October 1st, 2010, 02:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Bluetooth won't connect with Paired devices

I went from SkyRaider 2.5.2 to Virtuous v2.5 (Full Wipe). Once I flashed to Virtuous 3.x, the phone will no longer connect to paired devices. I can discover new devices and pair, but it refuses to connect.

v2.15 Radio, .77 HBoot

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I also have this issue
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Old October 1st, 2010, 10:53 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I've actually had no issues and I use bluetooth with multiple devices daily. I've disconnected, reconnected, unpaired, paired, etc and cannot reproduce this. So you guys know, I have not touched the bluetooth stack at all. So whatever the problem is will exist on completely unmodified devices.

Maybe there is a problem connecting to certain devices? Can you guys list out what you're trying to connect to?
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A Plantronics Pro Plus headset, a Moto T505, and two BT dongles on computers.
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Daily, I use my Motorola S305 headphones, Plantronics Explorer 340 earpiece, and 2009 VW RNS-510 w/ factory-installed Bluetooth module. All connect automatically with no problems.
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I should add that I've flashed stock and it connects fine to the devices.
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I connect to several different devices, including a liquidaux, blackberry music gateway, plantronic back beat 903 and Sony brdt-50 with no troubles at all.
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rmk,
seems bluetooth on sense is a hit or miss prop. as it appears HTC supplied a bastardized stack, numerous problems reported on web, maybe you've seen my posts on the original 228 pg thread related to connecting to my auto's but weirdly enough connects to my Jabra headset.

The 2 AOSP roms, CM & Ruby, state corrected bluetooth although I don't know if that is for HID, SPP or both, haven't tested either as there were other issues.

Seems a poster dnoyeb has some familiarity as he compiled certain source to correct the bluetooth media audio on Ruby. [rom] Ruby 1.1.1 Bug Fixes and an Announcement - Page 41 - xda-developers post 408,
and supplied a zip file upgrade page 48 post 479.
He also reports on the miul groups newly discovered Radio Interface Layer a few posts back 474.

rdmerck posted a link to the HTC source Bluetooth Issues: Could they be resolved by modifying a Rom? - xda-developers post 5.

I haven't downloaded the AOSP source yet would love to do an sdiff between HTC's and the AOSP source, maybe next week as soon ass I pick which Ubuntu machine to sacrifice.

From what I've read and I've read a lot I really like your rom, I like sense and would hate to give it up to gain bluetooth connectivity to my autos but my state is really getting strict and rightfully so.

Hope this helps.
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.... and two BT dongles on computers.
I can connect to a desktop too, but I have no idea what to expect. Should I see the SDcard as a flash drive, which is what I would like?
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I'll see what if any tweaks are available for the BT stack. I'm definitely no expert in the category but maybe there are some patches we can inherit.
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Just a general update for working bluetooth on the DInc.

jermaine151 over at XDA seems to have been able to port over the bluetooth stack from AOSP roms to his MIUI rom.

[FIX]9/30 Working BT (Streaming Audio/Calls/Wiimote) for IncDoes MIUI v.2 and v.3 - xda-developers

Albeit this isn't a Sense-based rom, it could still help out with updating the bluetooth libraries in Virtuous.
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