Give the orinary sound settings dialog a shot.
1. Click the speaker icon (sound-indicator)
2. choose "Sound Settings..." from the menu. This should give you a dialog with tabs for "Output" and "Input" with a list of available audio devices.
Click once on a device to switch to it.
This crashes sometimes.
Somehow you need to get bluez to create initiate a bluetooth audio device, which is what happens when the "Audio Sink" profile is connected. I thought this profile only applied to H2DP, but perhaps it is also necessary for headsets...?
Whenever I do that I'm not getting any sound from headset and the microphone doesn't pick up any sound either whenever I try talking into it.
I don't know how to do that.
I appreciate your continued advice.
Last edited by UnknownDiety; November 14th, 2012 at 02:27 AM.
Still not fixed in 12.10!
This used to work so well, you would think Pulse Audio and Bluez would get this figured out. Thank God for Blueman!
Dell XPS13 - Ubuntu 12.10 - 64Bit
Last edited by JoaoMachado; November 17th, 2012 at 05:27 PM.
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