Bluetoothctl shows my WF-1000xm3 ear phones connected. But, the earphones do not give the accoustic feedback ‘bluetooth connected’ and also sound does not work. I can connect other bluetooth devices, i.e. my JBL loudspeakers and have no issues with sound. So, the issue is related to my WF-1000xm3 earphones.
Below is the output of bluetoothctl.
$ bluetoothctl connect 14:3F:A6:81:00:38 Attempting to connect to 14:3F:A6:81:00:38 [CHG] Device 14:3F:A6:81:00:38 RSSI: -56 [CHG] Device 14:3F:A6:81:00:38 Connected: yes Connection successful
I use EndeavourOS and installed PipeWire. The troubleshooting section of the Arch’s PipeWire Wiki (https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/PipeWire), covers the problem “No sound after connecting to Bluetooth device”. It refers to a udev script (https://gist.github.com/tinywrkb/04e7fd644afa9b92d33a3a99ab07ee9e), from which I copied this terminal comand
(pactl list sinks|grep Name|grep 'bluez.*.a2dp.sink'|sed 's/Name: //'|sed 's/\s//')
Which did not show any available devices.
Any idea, what the issue might be?
I have an open thread on stackexchange with no useful help so far: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/699991/no-sound-after-connecting-to-bluetooth-device-wf-1000xm3?noredirect=1#comment1323308_699991