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Question Solved Apple AirPods & Bluetooth

derpOmattic

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Just had a quick read around regarding Airpods. They seem to be very hit-and-miss with Linux integration. Some people can, and some people have no end of trouble. I guess Apple don't intend for their products to be supported in every make and model of competing hardware.
 
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I'm using the Lemur Pro but I had luck pairing my AirPods with the blueman app ........sudo apt install blueman. Which is suggested in the mentioned System76 doc.
 
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I'm using a Lenovo IdeaPad with Pop_OS and I edited /etc/bluetooth/main.conf and changed Set ControllerMode to Set ControllerMode = bredr and then ran sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart. After that I was able to find and connect my AirPods Pro.
 
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