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On 02/01/2015 08:00 AM, Norbert Huffschmid wrote:
now I have installed ofono from the debian jessie testing branch (which
has packaged ofono 1.15-2). Bluez is still version 4.99 and all the rest
is debian wheezy as before. Now the list-modems.py script does not show
any modem any more. Are there dependency issues?
BlueZ4 requires --with-bluez4 when configuring oFono.
I already had tried a combination of ofono 1.15-2 and Bluez 5.23,
was quite promising. I could successfully establish a phone call by
means of the dial-number.py script. But there was no voice connection
established between the endpoints. This was quite astonishing because
A2DP streaming from the smartphone to the Raspberry Pi worked like a
charm. And I don't think that it was a phone issue because a HFP
connection from the phone to a navigation device works well too.
oFono and BlueZ are not the only ones at play. The audio is handled by
PulseAudio. So I would check on the PulseAudio mailing list which
version of PulseAudio you need.
I have read somewhere that Bluez5 does not support HFP at all, so I
not further follow this approach.
Correct, sort of.
Any proposal which combination of ofono and Bluez is most promising in
order to establish a HFP voice connection?
As mentioned before, BlueZ and oFono are not the problem here. Check
back with PulseAudio folks.