I purchased the Bluetooth dongle from the OSMC store and plugged it into my Vero 2.
After plugging it in I ran the command from the Bluetooth test post to install necessary Bluetooth software.
When finished installing, the Vero 2 restarted and hung on the OSMC startup screen. Nothing happened after an hour of showing the OSMC logo, so I re-plugged the power, and then it booted normally.
The first thing I noticed was the sound from the GUI was lagging, I then went in to settings for audio and changed from “OSMC streaming to Bluetooth speaker / headphones” to “AML-M8AUDIO, S/PDIF”, then the audio from the GUI was fine - no lagging.
Then I went into MyOSMC - Network, connected my iPhone 6s (iOS 9.3) to OSMC, everything went fine, paired with password. I then restarted the device.
Connecting my iPhone to OSMC went fine, but the sound is very sparky, and dropout all the time, it’s impossible to listen to. Tried to change back to “OSMC streaming to Bluetooth speaker / headphones” - same problem.
After a day went by I sat down to try again, first off the iPhone wont to connect to OSMC, I removed the device, and tried to connect it again - didn’t work. Then I restarted the Vero 2, and now the Bluetooth menu isn’t showing anymore, it’s gone. Have tried to use different USB port on the Vero 2 with no luck.
The dongle for the OSMC remote is plugged in the back, then on the right side furthest away I’ve plugged in my harddrive, and then the Bluetooth dongle.
I know this is testing, but since I purchased the dongle from the OSMC store and got a Vero 2 I thought it was a legit reason to make this post.
Hope you can help me out, thanks.