Particularly on the case of PS3 controller, I still think this is a
regression that could be fixed.

PS3 controllers do not use the standard Bluetooth connection procedure.
Instead, they require a connection via USB, and keys are exchanged via
there. There is the special `sixaxis` BlueZ plugin to support that
protocol, and before that there was the `sixpair.c` utility found here:

Thus, it seems that there could be an exception for wire-paired devices,
as it would still fix the issue raised by the CSV for us, PS3 controller

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  ps3 sixasis controller request pin to connect to bt

Status in bluez package in Ubuntu:
  Won't Fix

Bug description:
  [ Workaround ]

  1. Set ClassicBondedOnly=false in /etc/bluetooth/input.conf
  2. Run: systemctl restart bluetooth # or reboot

  [ Original Description ]

  Once my Ubuntu updated bluez package to 5.64-0ubuntu1.1 I was not able
  to connect my PS3 Sixasis controller via bluetooth. It is aking to
  enter a PIN in the device (not possible to enter a pin in the

  Source pacakge (from "apt list -a bluez"):

  bluez/jammy-updates,jammy-security 5.64-0ubuntu1.1 amd64

  Once downgraded to 5.64-0ubuntu1 version, gamepad connects OK again
  without asking for a connection PIN.

  Ubuntu release:
  Description:  Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS
  Release:      22.04

  Package version:
    Installed: 5.64-0ubuntu1.1

  Expected to happen:
  Connect PS3 Controller by Bluetooth without asking for a PIN code

  Happened instead:
  PS3 Controller cannot connect because PIN code is requested

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