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#171
No output from hcitool con.

I tried to connect to BT keyboard or N9. Same problem.
 

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#172
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Did you reboot or start the bt sleep timer after stoping it?

Code:
systemctl start bt-sleep-monitor.service
 

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#173
Yes, of course. I even reinstalled bluez.
 

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#174
Please enable bluetooth on the nexus and check the value of /proc/bluetooth/sleep/lpm

Code:
cat /proc/bluetooth/sleep/lpm
if the value is 1 please change it to 0 with
Code:
devel-su echo "0" > /proc/bluetooth/sleep/lpm
And check if bluetooth is working.

Last edited by mautz; 2017-10-07 at 08:05.
 

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#175
Code:
| SailfishOS 2.1.1.26 (Jämsänjoki) (armv7hl)
'---
[nemo@Sailfish ~]$ cat /proc/bluetooth/sleep/lpm
cat: /proc/bluetooth/sleep/lpm: Permission denied
[nemo@Sailfish ~]$ devel-su
Password: 
[root@Sailfish nemo]# cat /proc/bluetooth/sleep/lpm
unsupported to read
[root@Sailfish nemo]#
Could this be a Multirom problem ? (Lineageos14.1, Franco Kernel)
 

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#176
Sorry, this is normal. Enable bluetooth and
Code:
devel-su echo "0" > /proc/bluetooth/sleep/lpm
and check if bluetooth works.
 

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#177
BT works and i'm able to connect but i lose my connection immediately. Turning off BT sleep doesn't change anything.

This is not a SFOS problem i think. It worked with my Nexus 4.
 

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#178
Released a new 2.1.2.3 image on the front page.

Thanks to ghosalmartin OTA updates are now working, instructions can be found in the first post.

@veraendert

Sorry, i can not help you with your problem since i don't have any bt hardware available at the moment.

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#179
Originally Posted by mautz View Post
Released a new 2.1.2.3 image on the front page.

Thanks to ghosalmartin OTA updates are now working, instructions can be found in the first post.
Great, many thanks.
 

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#180
@veraendert

Maybe this post from minimec will help you

http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...&postcount=581
 

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