The bug is fixed. I can access that device via the UI and via
QtBluetooth since OTA 12. How can I close this bug?
** Changed in: indicator-bluetooth (Ubuntu)
Status: Confirmed => Fix Released
** Summary changed:
- Bluetooth doesn't find hc-05 devices
+ Bluetooth doesn't find hc-05 devices (update: fixed)
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Bluetooth doesn't find hc-05 devices (update: fixed)
Status in indicator-bluetooth package in Ubuntu:
This bug affects the GUI of the bluetooth-indicator on my fully
updated ubuntu phone.
The hc-05 is the most common bluetooth device in electronics. I use it
together with an arduino microprocessor. The bluetooth indicator
doesn't find the device and so it cannot pair. With my ubuntu laptop
and my android device everything works fine.
However the device can be found via the hcitool -scan command in the
terminal on the ubuntu phone. It can also be paired via bluez-simple-
agent hci0 xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx So basically bluetooth works but
unfortunately not the simple way.
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