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Sunday, May 12, 2013

Making Amkette TruBeats Bluetooth Neckphone work with Fedora 17(Beefy Miracle)

Hi,

I would like to share how I managed to get my Amkette TruBeats BT neckphone work with Fedora 17. Though the device gets paired with OS but the pulseaudio library crashes everytime I paired the device. This resulted in no device being showed up under System sound settings. Thus you can't listen to the music on your BT neckphone :(

There is a fix for this issue and here it goes:
1. Create audio.conf file under /etc directory.
2. Save the file with this content in it:
[General]
Disable=Media
Enable=Source,Sink,Gateway,Control,Socket
3. And finally reboot and its done :)

Now once you pair your device you will observe that pulseaudio is no more crashing !
Also you will be able to see your device under System sound settings:

I hope you find this post useful :)

Cheers!


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