Please find attached logs of bluetoothd and ofonod as requested.
My setup is as follows:
1. Operating System - Ubuntu 11.04
2. Bluez 4.95
3. Ofono 0.51
4. Dbus 1.4.6
5. Pulseaudio 0.9.22 (compiled with enable bluez option)
The bluetoohd_4.95_log.txt and ofonod_0.51_log.txt contain debug logs of HFP connection and placing a outgoing call.
PulseAudio is able to detect bluetooth card after making A2DP connection (org.bluez.AudioSource). But in case of HFP connection no bluetooth card is detected.
Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 16:01:13 -0300
From: Gustavo Padovan <padovan(a)profusion.mobi>
Subject: Re: Ofono Audio not coming.
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* Shaheer Ahmed <Shaheer.Ahmed(a)kpitcummins.com> [2011-09-13 13:02:18 +0000]:
> Im trying to get Ofono HFP working on Ubuntu 11.04. I am able to successfully connect to HandsFreeGateway and place calls. But Im unable to hear any audio. PulseAudio doesnt detect any bluetooth card when im connected in HFP. Kindly, please suggest something on the same.
Does your pulseaudio have bluetooth support enabled? please provide logs of
bluetoothd and ofonod with debug log enabled.
Shaheer Ahmed Shaikh
SSE - A&E
"Without a sense of urgency, desire loses its value."
Im trying to get Ofono HFP working on Ubuntu 11.04. I am able to successfully connect to HandsFreeGateway and place calls. But Im unable to hear any audio. PulseAudio doesnt detect any bluetooth card when im connected in HFP. Kindly, please suggest something on the same.
Here we got problem with CDMA dongle (CDMA2000/EVDO/HSIA), in Windows dialer we can select the network type as following: Netconnect +, High speed 1x or HYBRID.
I assume Netconnect+ stands for CDMA2000, and High Speed 1x stands for CDMA EVFDO 1x.
And the dialer will show in an icon to tell what mode is select or can be supported currently. If select an unsupported type, it could fail to connect to the network.
But when trying to modify the radio access technology in ofono, I cannot see the according options, what is there is GSM, UMTS, ANY, etc.
Could anybody tell me how to issue the script set-tech-reference to force ofono to work in desired network type?
It is detected to be hybrid mode now.
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This is Manju Krishna working for mPortal.I was going through your
internet uploads regarding the GPRS provisioning.
I would like to have complete code snippnet for activation of GPRS.This
particular information will be great help to me in project.
From: "Gustavo F. Padovan" <padovan(a)profusion.mobi>
The following patches add supports for the SAP Client in oFono. Currently only
Telit UC864-G is supported, but the sap plugin implementation has a modular
approach and support for other hardwares could be easily added.
Gustavo F. Padovan (20):
udevng: look also to VID
sap: add basic SAP plugin
telit: add support to enable SAP client
sap: add support to connect the RFCOMM link
telit: add #RSEN notify
sap: add watch for the Bluetooth Link
sap: add support to open the channel for SAP data
sap: connect the hw and the bluetooth link
telit: add telit_sap_disable()
sap: add support to the disable the SAP client
telit: add aux GAtChat
sap: enable modem only when #RSEN is 1
telit: enable the telit modem when SAP is enabled.
sap: add pre_sim handling
sap: add set_online handling
sap: add post_sim handling
sap: add post_online handling
telit: improve sap disable
sap: disconnect link if enable() fails
sap: do a proper shutdown of the channels
Makefile.am | 3 +
plugins/bluetooth.c | 1 -
plugins/bluetooth.h | 23 ++
plugins/hfp_hf.c | 2 -
plugins/sap.c | 576 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
plugins/telit.c | 315 +++++++++++++++++++++-------
plugins/udevng.c | 14 +-
7 files changed, 847 insertions(+), 87 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 plugins/sap.c
I'm trying to understand the features currently supported by oFono
regarding the handsfree role in Bluetooth/HFP. My first impression
looking at the source code is that some HFP functionality might be
missing, but I would rather have your confirmation.
Some examples I've found so far are the following:
1. Response and hold (AT+BTRH=0)
2. Redial last number (AT+BLDN)
3. Retrieval of supported Bluetooth features for a certain modem/device
Could you clarify which (if any) of these features are currently
supported by oFono?
In general, is there any documented list of unsupported features?