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Re: Bluetooth Audio Support

Posted: Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:42 pm
by ircihumax
I did test and without a shop option I turn on my 3D glasses with handset. Unfortunately, we still need to enable 3D mode on TV. Perhaps it is the fault of 3D glasses that without 3D mode does not establish the connection and automatically switch off.

I performed the next test with cheap speakers and sound works great! In addition, it works in parallel with the connected SoundBar(F751), so i have the sound on the two devices. Many thanks for libBTHP2.

Re: Bluetooth Audio Support

Posted: Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:51 pm
by hudd0
zoelechat wrote:...MAC address stuff is partly cheated but most is secure shit impossible to deal with
Sorry didnt get it right... ?MAC Adreess stuff is partly faked..? Where? H?h? :)
Secure shit is impossible to deal with... -What? Which "secure shit"?
Could you please explain it for a dummy? With little more Details?
zoelechat wrote:....Btw "patch2" is only meant to unlock pairing stuff on E..
Patch2 does something which unlocks pairing on E? So.. Patch1 just opens the BT Search, without any further modifications?
Right?

Just would like to understand whats exactly going on in the patch... Im sure, it could help me to setup a raspi3 BT Module the right way to work with TV...

Re: Bluetooth Audio Support

Posted: Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:53 pm
by hudd0
notengo13 wrote:
miazza wrote:
May be I will look if some friend can borrow me a different headset ....
you can go to your localshop and buy any bt headphone/speaker and try with your TV and then after you did some probe you can turn it back. (I did this telling them its not working with my TV. And they give me back money)

Trial and Error Method in real life... :mrgreen:

Re: Bluetooth Audio Support

Posted: Fri Sep 09, 2016 9:07 am
by zoelechat
hudd0 wrote:Sorry didnt get it right... ?MAC Adreess stuff is partly faked..? Where? H?h? :)
Secure shit is impossible to deal with... -What? Which "secure shit"?
Could you please explain it for a dummy? With little more Details?
Well if you really want details you need to get IDA and analyze code. I can't explain days research in few words.
Just for example, there function checks "part" of MAC address (2 bytes, don't remember which ones, was long ago...):

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if ( (a1[505] & 0x1F) != 4 || (a1[506] & 0xFC) != 4 )
    result = 0;
I force return 1 instead. Then remaining part of MAC is amongst Bluetooth handshake protocol (PINcode->encrypted="secure", possibly even on driver level).
hudd0 wrote:Patch2 does something which unlocks pairing on E? So.. Patch1 just opens the BT Search, without any further modifications?
Right?
Exactly :)

Re: Bluetooth Audio Support

Posted: Thu Sep 15, 2016 3:05 pm
by miazza
ircihumax wrote:...I performed the next test with cheap speakers and sound works great! In addition, it works in parallel with the connected SoundBar(F751), so i have the sound on the two devices. Many thanks for libBTHP2.
because your TV is ES8000 series like mine, could you tell me the type/manufacturer of your cheap speackers ?
A link to the object would be very much appreciated :)

Re: Bluetooth Audio Support

Posted: Fri Sep 16, 2016 8:43 pm
by ircihumax

Re: Bluetooth Audio Support

Posted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 7:43 am
by miazza
I see, this is an external speaker.
I thought it could be used as a headset ... if someone has experience a BT headset working with ES please share the model.

Thanks :)

Re: Bluetooth Audio Support

Posted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 8:44 am
by porto
Hi all,
Btw, I got it to Appear aussi into Tools Menu, May I add to it one day libToolsMenu
@Zoelechat
When do you think can add this lib (LibBTHP) to LibToolsMenu ??

Thanks
porto ;)

Re: Bluetooth Audio Support

Posted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 8:51 am
by zoelechat
porto wrote:@Zoelechat
When do you think can add this lib (LibBTHP) to LibToolsMenu ??
Seeing "mitigated" results, it's not on agenda for now. You still can use libBTHP2 for that purpose :)

Re: Bluetooth Audio Support

Posted: Sun Sep 18, 2016 2:32 pm
by koled1028
please tell me
how to connect bluetooth http://www.harmankardon.com/wireless-sp ... ck#start=1
ES8000
BT_AUDIO_ON in service menu
Thank you