I'm using an Overo Fire with Linux kernel 2.6.39pm, and I'm attempting to get
Bluetooth fulling working. I can use the command line to control Bluetooth
without any problems. For example, I can use hciconfig and hcitool. When I
use "hcitool scan", I can see other Bluetooth devices. Also, other
Bluetooth devices can see the gumstix after I run these commands "hciconfig
hci0 class 0x4a0100" and "hciconfig hci0 piscan". However, I haven't yet
been able to get the GUI to work.
I open the GUI by "Applications -> Settings -> Bluetooth". Once the
application opens, I always see this error:
"No Bluetooth adapters present"
"Your computer does not have any Bluetooth adapters plugged in"
This error doesn't make sense to me because I am able to use Bluetooth.
After messing around with settings and using Google for a while, I still
haven't gotten it to work. Are there any suggestions as to why the GUI
doesn't recognize the Bluetooth on the Overo Fire?
When I remove my SD card and boot from the default image in the Overo Fire's
nand, The Bluetooth GUI works just fine. There must be some way to get it
I have bluez4, bluez4-dev, and gnome-bluetooth installed. I think also have
bluez-utils installed. (Whenever I use "opkg install bluez-utils", it
returns "Package bluez4 (4.89-r8.0.6) installed in root is up to date". I'm
surprised it mentions "bluez4" instead of "bluez-utils")
Thanks for looking at this,
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