ok, I am googling, but I am trying here as well.
when I go to system/preferences/bluetooth manager.
I get :
No bluetooth Adapters present.
Your computer does not have any bluetooth adapters plugged in.
on 01/28/2010 – Made popular on 01/28/2010
Hey there, I can't seem to get Bluetooth working on my HP Pavilion dv3500 laptop.
It would seem the wireless card and bluetooth are one and the same (if thats possible.) This is because the button which I swipe to switch on wireless also switches on bluetooth and switches it off if I swipe it again (its one of those touch sensitive light buttons).
I have a panp7, and I could swear when I bought it, it had bluetooth...but my old, trusty USB headphones finally died, so I bought a fairly nice pair of bluetooth headphones, thinking I could use them with my laptop. But I went into settings>bluetooth, and it says No Bluetooth Adapters found.
I had a solid bluetooth connection to my mouse with my built-in bluetooth on the Dell Inspiron 1525. I had installed a game and when I exited out, the bluetooth stopped working. Instead of just rebooting the system, I removed bluez and reinstalled it, but it still did not work. Now I'm stuck without a bluetooth connection or icon at the top.
hunterthomson wrote:Good lspci is showing the Bluetooth device.Next, try running this command. It will display all the local Bluetooth devices that are installed and working.hcitool devIt doesn't list anything.
This thread seems to have outdated info on getting bluetooth to work? I'm using the latest Waldorf on my hp mini. I first tried using the Debian Bluetooth User guide http://wiki.debian.org/BluetoothUser but that didn't get me anywhere. Couldn't get the bluetooth icon to show up in the tray and hcitool dev command returns no devices.
Hi, I'm using a Dell Inspiron 14R(N4010) laptop.
I recently did a wipe of my entire system and installed Ubuntu 13.04.
I had tried the live cd before installing but forgot to check if bluetooth is working.
It was working fine when I tested it in another similar system.