After the very latest update for Manjaro to Gnome 41.3 (yesterday?) I hardly can use my bluetooth anymore.
I am using Kernel 5.15.16-1-MANJARO x86_64 as before, and trying to use the slider in gnome-settings.
It constantly switches back to “off”, same in panel dropdown. The state seemes to switch after pressing “on/off” but in settings it remains “off”.
After a random amount of trying my T480 gets a connection, but sometimes this not happen at all.
Since I use BT keyboard, mouse and speakers it’s a very important feature.
Same on my KDE after the last stable update to Manjaro 21.2.2, kernel 5.10.93-1.
No bluetooth adapters are found. The bluetooth service is not loaded.
$ sudo systemctl restart bluetooth
$ sudo systemctl status bluetooth
○ bluetooth.service - Bluetooth service
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/bluetooth.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
Active: inactive (dead)
sty 27 10:08:31 kjr systemd: Bluetooth service was skipped because of a failed condition check (ConditionPathIsDirectory=/sys/class/bluetooth).
sty 27 10:15:29 kjr systemd: Bluetooth service was skipped because of a failed condition check (ConditionPathIsDirectory=/sys/class/bluetooth).
Hi, Not sure if its the exact same problem, but the cause might be. I have been having trouble since bluez was updated to 5.63-1 After system sleep i have no devices listed at all. I would have to restart the service to get them to show up again.
You might try downgrading bluez if yours is currently 5.63-1 It has worked for me for now (until there is a fix)
Sorry, but I need to revoke my statement again. The bluetooth connection does work again, but only once after login. Once the headphones were turned off and then back on, I see the same effect as OP stated above.