Wed Dec 11, 2019 11:03 am
I am working on a Lenovo X230 and I have a Logitech H800 headset which can be connected via BT and it's own dongle.
The problem is that I cannot use it's microphone on my meetings and it's very important to me to do so.
I run KDE Frameworks 5.64 on Fedora 30 (latest update for both).
I cannot activate the HSP/HFP profile for my headset!
According to System Settings --> Multimedia --> Audio and Video --> Backend, I am using Phonon GStreamer backend (version 4.9.0)
From the System Settings --> Multimedia --> Audio Volume --> Advanced, I see the H800 having only the A2DP Sink profile (and the off)
However, it's clear that the headphones can be used with HSP/HFP:
However, I cannot even change it from the CLI:
And from the logs:
W: [pulseaudio] module-bluez5-device.c: Refused to switch profile to headset_head_unit: Not connected
The headphone works just fine on my Android phone & Tablet so, obviously I need to change something somewhere in my KDE.
Any help would be appreciated.
Wed Dec 11, 2019 4:30 pm
I think this is actually a bluetooth issue, moving the post.
Mamarok, hanging out in the Amarok forum since August, 2007
Currently running Kubuntu 19.10, Plasma 5.17.5, Frameworks 5.66.0, Qt 5.12.4, kernel 5.3.0-26