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I have BT headset with mic.

It is connected to the Linux device as HSP (Pulseaudio 9.0 native) via Bluez5.

I want to get sound from mic.

How to do this?

When I do parec -r --device="...." there is nothing. Looks like I need to send "RING" command to the headset somehow. But I don't know how.

p.s. I have no GUI. Only console.

p.p.s The Linux device has no sound card (if it matters)

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  • Do you see volume level changes in pavucontrol when you speak into it? Can you record from it with parecord -d your-device-name etc.? (Use pacmd list-sources | grep name: to get the name, or look it up in pavucontrol).
    – dirkt
    Commented Jan 19, 2017 at 10:15
  • Sorry, did not mentioned that I have no GUI. Only console. ~# pacmd list-sources | grep name name: <bluez_sink.FC_58_FA_12_C4_E3.monitor> device.icon_name = "audio-headset-bluetooth" name: <bluez_source.FC_58_FA_12_C4_E3> device.icon_name = "audio-headset-bluetooth"
    – Hedgehog
    Commented Jan 19, 2017 at 16:01
  • So does parecord -d bluez_source.FC_58_FA_12_C4_E3 test.wav work? Do you "get sound" this way?
    – dirkt
    Commented Jan 19, 2017 at 16:21
  • Sorry, in original topic was wrong command. It should be parec. So yes, I tried to record. But the output is empty. It has only the wave header.
    – Hedgehog
    Commented Jan 19, 2017 at 16:22

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From all of the sudden I have one of these Bluetooth adapters with Broadcom hardware and firmware. It does not support HSP from the box. You need to add firmware patch.

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