I can report the same behavior with slight variations. After Installation is complete, you will need to reboot. Please retry on the latest bluez upload, as it may cover your case: Comparing config files mentioned in this thread show no differences between reported settings and mine. My Bluetooth mouse cannot reconnect after wake up or power on on mouse.
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I pair the device and it works fine; however when I reboot the mouse doesn’t work.
Hope my comments don’t come across as condescending, they are not intended to be. On my system I have version 4.
Generic Bluetooth USB driver ver 0. Alex Karpenko alexkarpenko wrote on The adapter is reported as ID 0b James Schriver dashua wrote on Jeff Sereno jsereno wrote on After testing, he came up with a set of instructions originally posted at another site and I have rewritten them here in a [hopefully] more accurate process.
To post a comment you must log in. Confirming newore’s comment of “bluez asks to authenticate, then repeats with an object id even though I have earlier marked the box to always authenticate. I replaced module version 1. SetProperty “mode”, “off” Possible values: The computer is a Lenovo T61p laptop with built-in Bluetooth adapter.
Peng Deng d6g wrote on Bug attachments lspci -vv output edit bluetooth edit dpkg.
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Reboot and then change it back to hidden. The last couple of weeks, my bluetooth mouse has reconnected automatically, and it still does. The mouse will now automatically connect when turned off and on again or when the computer is restarted.
Logitech v, middle left-right buttons, Ubuntu Linux | μο.
Remote bug watches debbugs [ open wishlist ] Edit Bug watches keep track of this bug in other bug trackers. I observe the same problem.
SCO socket layer initialized [ 2. Leann Ogasawara leannogasawara wrote on Brian Watson vertexoflife wrote on I want to correct one part of my previous comment: None of the solutions above worked for me.
Logitech v470, middle left-right buttons, Ubuntu Linux
Symptoms are extremely similar to others reported: Every device has different one. Here same problem with my device with ID 03f0: Does your adapter require being toggled from hid into hci modes?
I’m running Linux Mint