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Been having trouble using apples airpods pro on manjaro linux it’s seems like when they do wanna connect no audio goes through them. Does anyone know how to set them up or if linux even has support for them?

@ksynwa
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Assuming you are using PulseAudio here. On Void Linux, if I want to use my bluetooth speakers, I don’t get sound from them by just connecting. I have to launch pavucontrol, go to the “Configuration” tab, set “Built-in Audio” profile to “Off”. Maybe you need to do something like that too.

@anonaddy29
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ahh i wasn’t able to find pavucontrol but it connected after i repaired the audio is so quite and i have them on 100%

@ksynwa
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you can probably install via pacman but looks like you don’t need to

@PigvenMird
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try disconnecting then reconnecting

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