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OpenAuto Pro 3.3.2 Release Candidate version
#21
I actually managed to get the bluetooth calling working though it's a bit weird. If I use a USB mic and connect directly to the RPi4's 3.5mm port (and enable it etc.) then the bluetooth call works perfectly except in AA it says "bluetooth not connected" even though the bluetooth call works fine.
#22
(11-16-2019, 08:04 PM)Pazuzu Wrote: I actually managed to get the bluetooth calling working though it's a bit weird. If I use a USB mic and connect directly to the RPi4's 3.5mm port (and enable it etc.) then the bluetooth call works perfectly except in AA it says "bluetooth not connected" even though the bluetooth call works fine.

You need to set Local option in Settings->Bluetooth.
#23
(11-16-2019, 10:16 PM)BlueWave Wrote:
(11-16-2019, 08:04 PM)Pazuzu Wrote: I actually managed to get the bluetooth calling working though it's a bit weird. If I use a USB mic and connect directly to the RPi4's 3.5mm port (and enable it etc.) then the bluetooth call works perfectly except in AA it says "bluetooth not connected" even though the bluetooth call works fine.

You need to set Local option in Settings->Bluetooth.

Doh! yeah I forgot to set that setting again after re-imaging to clear the external sound card drivers etc. Everything is working perfectly now.  Thanks!

EDIT: Just rememberd, for anyone that gives this solution a shot, I didn't need to re-image. It was just that the sound card is disabled by default. To re-enable: https://bluewavestudio.io/community/show...hp?tid=551
#24
Just one quick question. I know updates are coming when the update is ready, but it's been 2 months since the last beta/rc update and 5 months since the last stable version (3.3.1) and I didn't hear anything about when to expect the next release.


Are we getting an update soon?

Greetings,
Marcus
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#25
Is it a known issue that I don't see any information about a song in A2DP?
So the song is played and I can pause as well as skipping forwards and backwards but I dont see the time progress or even the name and artist.
#26
(11-18-2019, 04:04 PM)Lukas97 Wrote: Is it a known issue that I don't see any information about a song in A2DP?
So the song is played and I can pause as well as skipping forwards and backwards but I dont see the time progress or even the name and artist.

Try to change AVRCP protocol version to 1.4 or lower in Developer settings od your Phone.
#27
(11-18-2019, 08:20 PM)BlueWave Wrote:
(11-18-2019, 04:04 PM)Lukas97 Wrote: Is it a known issue that I don't see any information about a song in A2DP?
So the song is played and I can pause as well as skipping forwards and backwards but I dont see the time progress or even the name and artist.

Try to change AVRCP protocol version to 1.4 or lower in Developer settings od your Phone.

worked for me, thanks!
#28
(11-16-2019, 08:04 PM)Pazuzu Wrote: I actually managed to get the bluetooth calling working though it's a bit weird. If I use a USB mic and connect directly to the RPi4's 3.5mm port (and enable it etc.) then the bluetooth call works perfectly except in AA it says "bluetooth not connected" even though the bluetooth call works fine.

Thank you for providing a workout for this nagging issue! I hope that this helps BW come up with a solution which fixes the issue yet still allows for external sound cards (as external sound cards are still listed as a part of the system requirements).
#29
(10-20-2019, 01:29 PM)rubenverhoef Wrote: My easycap usb for my rearcam is not working. I only get a black screen. With other programs it is working perfectly.

The debug log is saying something about 
Code:
error: Device '/dev/video0' does not support progressive interlacing

Any update on this matter? Do you guys need more information? Do i need to test something? Do you maybe have an other working RCA (Analog video) -> USB converter?
#30
Looks like there is a tricky bug in the Raspberry firmware https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/issues/1282


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