I have been at Manjaro for two days. Unfortunately my English is not perfect. Nevertheless, I hope my problem will be understood.
I have a Logitech MX Anywhere 2 and 3 mouse and want to connect them to a Huawei Matebook D14 via Bluetooth. The D14 runs a current Gnome Manjaro.
The command lshw gave me the following data about my Bluetooth chipset:
-usb:1 description: Bluetooth wireless interface product: Bluetooth Radio vendor: Realtek physical id: 2 bus info: usb@3:2 version: 0.00 serial: 00e04c000001 capabilities: bluetooth usb-1.00 configuration: driver=btusb maxpower=500mA speed=12Mbit/s
The MX Anywhere 3 mouse is recognized in the Gnome Bluetooth settings as well as by the Blueman-Manager. Unfortunately, the coupling of the mouse does not work anyway. The MX Anywhere 2 mouse shows the same problem
With the command jounalctl I could see the following in the logfile:
Okt 07 11:10:23 minihu pipewire: [W][000011310.871469][bluez5-dbus.c:1560 filter_cb()] Properties changed in unknown device /org/bluez/hci0/dev_E5_B6_C4_7B_85_C2
I have already set the option trust to true with the program Blueman-Manager. Unfortunately the coupling did not work even then.
Currently, I operate the Logitech mice with the USB dongle that comes with Logitech. Over it the mice work without problems.
Other Bluetooth devices (cell phone, headphones etc.) I could connect without problems.
Do you have any ideas for me? THX!