How to Enable Bluez Experimental Features in Ubuntu
Bugged by a Bluetooth device you use not showing battery levels in Ubuntu? There is a something you can try that may get it to appear. Ubuntu, like most desktop Linux distributions Ubuntu, use Bluez as its Bluetooth stack. This powerful, open-source tech works with a wide range of bluetooth devices including mice, keyboards, gamepads, bluetooth headphones, sound bars, speakers, and so on. In most cases, Bluetooth devices “just work” in Ubuntu once you’ve paired them. Most Bluetooth devices with a battery show their battery level in Settings > Power panel (if the device is connected, obviously). But you might […]
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