i am using Manjaro KDE. And since there is a update for bluez bluez-plugins bluez-utils i cant connect my ps 3 controller. It connects but want a pin, after downgrade to ver. 5.61-1 its ok.
Is maybe a problem with this bluez version.
I tried also endrvous Os same behavor.
I would recommend that you stick with the downgraded version of BlueZ until the fix comes through in the next release. It was a deliberate change to bring Bluetooth on Linux into line with security standards: input.conf: Change default of ClassicBondedOnly - bluez.git - Bluetooth protocol stack for Linux
I did also read of an alternative solution (for Ubuntu) which involves adding the line
/etc/bluetooth/input.conf, and then running
systemctl restart bluetooth. I can’t find the
/etc/bluetooth/input.conf file on my system, so I do not know whether it needs to be manually created or if
/etc/bluetooth/main.conf is the file that should be edited on Manjaro:
Hello, I created input.conf file in /etc/bluetooth folder, then added this lines:
sudo systemctl restart bluetooth
my Dualshock 3 works again without pin code.
You can follow progress on this issue here:
Hello, thx after created the input.conf file and paste this its Ok now.
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