BT headset with Qtopia

Lorn Potter lpotter at
Wed Jul 23 22:25:26 CEST 2008

Al Johnson wrote:
> On Wednesday 23 July 2008, Daniel Aeberli wrote:
>> Al Johnson a écrit :
>>> On Wednesday 23 July 2008, Daniel Aeberli wrote:
>>>> Al Johnson a écrit :
>>>>> On Tuesday 22 July 2008, Daniel Aeberli wrote:
>>>>>> To add more detail.
>>>>>> Once I pair the headset I have two options
>>>>>> Headset or hands free.
>>>>>> With headset nothing happens not interaction no sound.
>>>>>> With hands free I can pick up and hang up calls but have no sound.
>>>>>> In addition switching back to handset or speaker does not restore
>>>>>> sound.
>>>>>> Anyone got any ideas?
>>>>> What have you done with the mixer settings? AFAIK none of the
>>>>> gsmwhatever.state files route sound via the bluetooth interface. I
>>>>> don't have a bluetooth headset so can't check.
>>>> Well I have not done anything with the mixer yet, I don't know what
>>>> channel I should look at in the state file.
>>> Theres a state file linked from the wiki that should be a good starting
>>> point.
>>> adset_with_GSM
>> well I could not find gsmbuetooth.state file, you shure Qtopia uses them.
>> The only .state files I could find are in usr/share/openmoko/scenario/
>> I'm checking gsmheadset.state now.
> I've not tried Qtopia yet, so I'm not certain it uses them, but as you say 
> they're provided in the Qtopia image it seems quite likely. If you start a 
> call then restore the gsmbluetooth.state linked from the wiki page you should 
> find out whether it works at all.

Qtopia does use these. I use a base openmoko rootfs, which does not 
include any bluetooth audio state files at this time, for the Freerunner.

Lorn 'ljp' Potter
Software Engineer, Systems Group, Trolltech, a Nokia company

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