Bluetooth toggle on/off does not show in quick settings(DE-->KDE)

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#1

Hi guys! So I have the problem that my Manjaro KDE does not show any Bluetooth adapters in the quick settings(will post a screenshot do define what I mean with quick settings), but if I search-type “Bluetooth” I get to the system settings where I can enable my Bluetooth adapter and connect to devices. It works, but the convenience is just not there, if someone has any idea on how to fix this I would greatly appreciate it!


#3

It says “No adapters found”, so it is not possible to turn off/on the adapter, when it’s not there.


#4

Yes but the adapter is found in the system settings…

And when I turn it on the same issue still persists within the quick settings, meaning it shows as if no adapter would have been found


#5

Does it actually turn on when you press “turn on”?


#6

Yes, and I can connect with all my devices, just not through that panel listet in OP, it really freaks me out :expressionless:


#7

Have you tried re-installing the applet?


#8

Hm. I also noticed my applet sometimes does not register an adapter. Maybe I should look in system settings next time that happens.


#9

Not really, how exactly do I reinstall it


#10

I don’t’t know what DE your on, and I don’t’t use Bluetooth. So your guess would probably be better than mine.

Why don’t you try doing a search in your package manager with Bluetooth as a search term.


#11

KDE, thanks, I am sure I can find it somehow :wink: