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Bluetooth Not Functioning
#1
Hello,

I am a brand new user to raspberry pi as well as OAP. My current setup is thus: 
A: Raspberry Pi 4
B: 5v- 1.5 amp
C: I plan on using HiFiBerry 4 channel Amp but I don't have it yet.
D: No Mic
E: Bluetooth "dongle" I am trying to use is the Raspberry Pi system 5.0
F: Official 7" raspberry Pi Touchscreen

2-
A: App version 5.6.603444
B: Google Pixel 3XL on android 11

I have been trying to get the basics set up before I get the rest of the things I need to try to run OAD AA fully. I have been trying to get Bluetooth to connect but without success. I tried running
sudo apt install bluetooth pi-bluetooth bluez blueman
But all I get when i try to connect  is a message that says "no bluetooth adapter found". Is it really not possible to run your system using the Bluetooth that is built into the Pi? Am I doing something wrong? I guess I just assumed that the "Bluetooth dongle" requirement was IF you didn't have Bluetooth on the Pi itself. I guess I should have asked before I bought.
#2
In order to use OpenAuto Pro you have to fulfill all system requirements. You can check here:
https://bluewavestudio.io/community/show...p?tid=1415

External BT dongle is obligatory:
https://bluewavestudio.io/community/show...hp?tid=626
#3
Is there a dongle that you recommend using? One that doesn't have the incompatible chip in it?
#4
You can check section Your projects: https://bluewavestudio.io/community/foru...php?fid=62

We work on the list of reliable, tested equipment.
#5
I had an issue getting Bluetooth and fought for a day and a half through configs and commands. Finally found that thier OS image has Bluetooth disabled in boot config.

look in config.txt for this line : dtoverlay=disable-bt and remove it if found.
#6
(10-16-2020, 08:48 PM)kilrath Wrote: I had an issue getting Bluetooth and fought for a day and a half through configs and commands. Finally found that thier OS image has Bluetooth disabled in boot config.

look in config.txt for this line : dtoverlay=disable-bt and remove it if found.

Internal Bluetooth chip is not supported. Openauto Pro requires external Bluetooth Dongle not based on Broadcom chip. It is listed in requirements at product page.
#7
(10-16-2020, 09:27 PM)BlueWave Wrote:
(10-16-2020, 08:48 PM)kilrath Wrote: I had an issue getting Bluetooth and fought for a day and a half through configs and commands. Finally found that thier OS image has Bluetooth disabled in boot config.

look in config.txt for this line : dtoverlay=disable-bt and remove it if found.

Internal Bluetooth chip is not supported. Openauto Pro requires external Bluetooth Dongle not based on Broadcom chip. It is listed in requirements at product page.

Works fine for me with the internal chip. Show some competence and design your software for hardware the pi comes with.
#8
(10-16-2020, 09:46 PM)kilrath Wrote:
(10-16-2020, 09:27 PM)BlueWave Wrote:
(10-16-2020, 08:48 PM)kilrath Wrote: I had an issue getting Bluetooth and fought for a day and a half through configs and commands. Finally found that thier OS image has Bluetooth disabled in boot config.

look in config.txt for this line : dtoverlay=disable-bt and remove it if found.

Internal Bluetooth chip is not supported. Openauto Pro requires external Bluetooth Dongle not based on Broadcom chip. It is listed in requirements at product page.

Works fine for me with the internal chip. Show some competence and design your software for hardware the pi comes with.

For sure you should request that to Broadcom - manufacturer of SoCs used by Raspberry PI. Broadcom chips do not support HFP/SCO routing. Please use all features that OpenAuto Pro offers (e.g. Hands Free Calling) then complain about lack of support of buggy hardware.


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