Turn Your Linux PC Into Bluetooth Speakers For Your Phone

4 Responses

  1. Bryan Obvious says:

    You do not make it clear in the article that the PC running GNU/Linux must have Bluetooth hardware capability ie a Bluetooth receiver and transmitter.

    Also you fail to explain that adding the line

    “options snd-hda-intel model=generic”

    is only relevant if the primary sound card on the PC running GNU/Linux is an HDA Intel device (usually on the motherboard. It will do nothing if the primary sound card is some other device (Creative, Terratech, VIA, etc).

  2. phk says:

    Thanks for this tutorial.

    A little typo correction: the ‘install’ keyword in the ‘install bluez’ section for arch linux should be removed (pacman -S install bluez)

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