FIXED NOW: Had to go in pin-settings I'm on Linux Mint 16. For some reason, my bluetooth mouse is not pairing. (first time I tried). On Windows 10 installation on the same computer, it works perfectly. I'm using bluetooth-wizard (command line tool) I did the following: Alt-F1 -> Settings -> (search for bluetooth) but didn't find anything.

The search goes fine, but the pairing fails. Model is Lenovo LXH-JME2069B

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

EDIT: Was using bluetooth-wizard and not bluetooth-agent.

  • Hi and welcome to the site. In general, if you solved your own issue, please post an answer explaining how instead of editing the solution into your question. Also, don't add "Edit: " to correct something, just change the original question. If you're using bluetooth-wizard, just edit the question so bluetooth-agent is not mentioned.
    – terdon
    Commented Nov 3, 2014 at 13:25

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I was missing the pin-settings. Once you select the correct pin (listed as 0000 with explanation as being used by most mice), it works.

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