YES! Confirming that OTA13 has solved the pairing issue. I can now pair
my BQ Aquaris E4.5 with the HFS without any problems.
Furthermore - once pairing is done, I get the "volume" notification with the
title: "Bluetooth speakers" and I can play music via the car's speakers (albeit
I can't control the playback via the physical buttons on the car, but that is
bug #1398193 (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/bluez/+bug/1398193)).
Also, if I try to place a call I get the "volume" notification again, switching
back to the phone's speakers. However, I get no audio neither in the car's
speakers, nor in the phone's speakers. After the call ends, I get the "volume"
notification again switching to the "bluetooth speakers" (but that is bug
Can anyone else confirm that pairing is now working as intended?
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Unable to pair with in-car hands-free system after OTA-9 update
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After OTA-9 I started having trouble with my bluetooth connection to the car
hands-free system (no sound, and incoming calls no longer displayed the
number), so I have reset both the car and the phone connections (eg. forgot the
Now I can't even pair the phone with the car's system.
The car finds the phone, and then asks me to enter the code "0000" to pair
the device, but after a few moments, it just says the connection failed and
asks me to try again. Which fails again.
It was working fine just before the update.
Any logs I should post to help debug?
PS - The car is a 2015 Honda Civic Tourer, if that matters.
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