Ok, here’s my problem, I’ve been using OSMC on my Raspberry Pi 3B for some years, without any real problem§.
Until I tried to connect my JLB headset through Bluetooth : altought it’s detected by the Raspberry, pairing (without a pin) keeps failing. I can’t figure why : I paired it to my Mac, and my Android phone. I use OSMC latest version.
Connecting it with a cable is out of the question, as the Raspberry is more than 10ft/3m away.
You mean how to install a2dp package that is explained in that thread I linked above.
Changing the sink for the headset I suggested to you to search his forum for headset.
But if that is too complicated here is the link to a quite detailed advice.
But you only need to do this step if you don’t get sound after pairing and changing the audio output.
So, I installed ad2dp.package. I could pair my headset right away, then I changed the audio output. I tried the 2 pulse audio option, but with no result
first pulse audio option : no sound, plus jittery film playback
second audio option : no sound at all, but the movie was fine
I tried both with and without bluetooth dongle.
So, I guess I will have to change the sink as you advised. No time for that today, but I’ll let you know the results. Btw, what DOES sink mean in that instance ? English isn’t my natural language, so it seems rather weird.