I have xiaomi bluetooth headphones what work good on phone, but on laptop from few days not work at all.
I can connect to it and see it in mixer but I cannot hear any sound
Pavucontrol tray > mixer
Pavucontrol tray > preferences
I cannot switch to HSP/HFP because “failed to change profile to headset_head_unit”, but I don’t know what was when was working yet…
PS. This headphones was working properly on this laptop before
PS2. I’ve installed
Thanks in advance! <3
In the screenshot for the
Output Devices tab [
pavucontrol --tab=3 ] Bluetooth device appears to be muted - the volume control is greyed out
click the mute button
Could you please follow these steps?
Greeting fellow Linux users!
Are you experiencing this strange behaviour when you have your precious Bluetooth headphones connected, but after a few minutes of no audio playing and you start a video or audio, it seems that there is no sound coming out your headphones although they are still paired?
Using pavucontrol may help keeping the line up, but it is not the ideal solution, shall I say.
Then what else can solve this mysterious annoyance?
Indeed, if your headphones …
@nikgnomic Im stupid Yes you were right, thanks!
@The_Quantum_Alpha Thanks for that link Ill read it <3
I’ve had to issue Terminal command
sudo systemctl restart bluetooth.service a few times recently to get things to communicate properly. Usually the phone but sometimes the headset & speakers too. Worth a try?
This caught me out in the past
I had a panel control in Xfce that could mute an audio output but could not unmute it
The volume control in the panel might be a problem but the main mixer will show if it happens again