Can I connect my bluetooth headphones to OSMC on my Pi 3? And if it is possible, how?
I believed: I enable Bluetooth in MyOSMC ans pair the headphones with the pi. This seems to work. But now? I go to the sudio settings and select the right output. Which one? There is analog, HDMI, analog & HDMI. This can’t be the right one. So it cam be ALSA? May be… But I hear nothing. So what can I do? Does Bluetooth work? Or not? Ot is just Audio via Bluetooth impossible? (With LibreElec it seems to work…)
I believe I found the problem: When I pair my headphones with OSMC the device shows up in »paired devices« but it isn’t. And if it is not paired it can’t work. That’s clear. So there is no solution. (May be LibreElec is one.)
Complete logs via grab-logs -A
Also would be interesting are you using the buildin Bluettooth or an external adapater?
Have you rebooted before trying to pair?
When was the bluez error shown? When scanning or pairing?
I installed a2dp because somebody told me this will help. I didn’t, so I uninstalled it. But the main problem is that there is no connection to my headphones. and if I can’t connect them there can’t be any sound, I believe.
I installed it. It doesn’t work. It’s just the same. OK. That’s it. (But I don’t understand why MyOSCM shows the headphones as paired although this is not true. On the other hand: I didn’t pay for OSMC, so it’s OK. Bu now I know better why I’ll not buy a Vero…)