Bluetooth driver for ACER ASPIRE 3 A315-51-39N7

Hello. My name is Jordi from Spain. I’m a new Endeavour OS user. I’m coming from Arcolinux and Manjaro, but I wanted to try this distro.
I got a problem with BLUETOOTH adapter in my ACER laptop. The system doesn’t find it. Last night some friends tried to hekp me in Telegram, but we couldn’t fix it.
Does anybody have a solution for this isuue?. Thanks so much.

hello, you can do: inxi -F; so we can see your config as a whole thank you

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yes will need hardware information to help here and a boot log would be helpfull too:


all in one logs and specs auto uploaded to pastebin and gives out URL to it you can post here…

lspci > log.txt && lsusb >> log.txt && journalctl -b -0 >> log.txt && cat log.txt | curl -F 'f:1=<-' ix.io

inxi would be able to pastebin it too (but is may not installed on your system)

inxi -F | curl -F 'f:1=<-' ix.io

http://ix.io/26G5

this is the link I got. thanks so much

info:

We do not enable Bluetooth per default, as it would be a security risk, and causing more power use also.

install needed stuff:

sudo pacman -S --needed bluez bluez-utils

graphical GUIS to configure and manage bluetooth:

blueberry (gtk) [recommended for XFCE]
bluedevil (qt)
blueman (gtk)

Big ones like KDE/plasma and GNOME ship their own Bluetooth GUI inside settings.

to use Bluetooth you will mainly need to enable it per default to start on every boot, or start it for the current session to use it only once:

sudo systemctl start bluetooth --> start till next reboot/power off system

sudo systemctl enable bluetooth --> enable to start on booting the machine (permanent)

to make use of it without the need to restart first start the service and then enable (use both commands).

Just adding it to our WIKI:
https://endeavouros.com/docs/hardware-and-network/bluetooth/

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It worked perfectly.

I can only say: thank you very much!!

Best regards

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