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Re: Pulseaudio as bluetooth Headset Audio Gateway (HSP/HFP)


I guess, my description was a kind of misleading: I want to connect the phone (Samsung A3) to the PC's audio system, which is Pulseaudio in this case. Just like you would connect it to a headset or your car's hands free bluetooth thing.

As I understand, ofono builds the foundation to an actual telephony hardware, right?

But thanks to you anyway! Quite interesting, what people are hacking on.

Cheers, Martin

Am 09.11.18 um 20:01 schrieb deloptes:
> Martin wrote:
>> I wonder if some of you uses pulseaudio with cell phone telephony. For me,
>> I see in the pulseaudio configuration window a Headset Audio Gateway
>> (HSP/HFP) with is offered by an Android phone. But the Buetooth
>> blueman-manager refuses to set this audio profile. A2DP works fine though.
> Hi,
> this topic is PITA for me since many moons.
> I use Sailfish OS on the phone, but also spent some time recently on BT
> integration with TDE. So to put it short, I recommend compiling and
> installing PA 11.99 and higher. Someone reported that in 12.2 most of the
> issues are resolved. Of course if you can get a backport is also fine.
> The other thing is HSP/HFP profile. The protocols are different, I didn't go
> into the details, but both should work fine - you need ofono installed for
> this.
> I actually tested the phone with recent car (I think it was KIA) and it
> worked fine. Also the access to the phone book from the car was working
> fine.
> Do not forget that you depend on the BT lower level, so look forward to have
> the kernel (drivers), the BT adapter and the tools in good shape.
> Perhaps you use the crap python/gtk manager - it might work if you install
> ofono (after installing you probably need to restart this and that). If it
> does not work, just use bluetoothctl and play with UUIDs.
> The problem is usually it picks up the first one profile available, which is
> Audio. Here are the UUIDs from my notes
>         { "00001108-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb", "Headset" },
>         { "00001112-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb", "Headset AG" },
>         { "0000111e-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb", "Handsfree" },
>         { "0000111f-0000-1000-8000-00805f9b34fb", "Handsfree AG" },
> I hope it helps
> regards

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