The system can’t load the firmware for Atheros AR Bluetooth chip. AceLan Kao acelankao wrote on I am starting to wonder if it has more to do with the kernel packages and not just bluez but I have no idea if that is right. AceLan Kao, just tried your latest fix with no luck. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. Could you try ‘hciconfig’ to see if there is any hci device appears?

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Is it still a issue on So, the suggested fix is to upgrade to Fedora Please check with your supplier for exact offers.

In Red Hat BugzillaSerge serge-redhat-bugs wrote on AceLan Kao here are the logs you asked for. Ask your questions here!

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Running lsusb -v on this device seems to pause briefly at the end. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. HCI socket layer initialized Dec 5 AR Bus Device SCO socket layer initialized [ Not for me with 13d3: Can’t change to loading configuration err usb-b2t11 I’ve seen heaps of posts on google with people with this same issue but most get fixed by the manufacturer Stopping SDP server Feb 9 The “firmware loading failed” problem should be fixed by ar dkms package, but it seems not work for you.


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This bug affects 6 people. The proper terminal commands are: It did not work for me: But never at boot.

No upgrade log present probably fresh install dmi. Generic Bluetooth USB driver ver 0. Could you please run the linxu again and let us know your result? Please attach the output of the command ‘lsusb -nn’ so we can see exactly which device you have. Email me about changes to this bug report.

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Brian, Looks like the firmware loaded successfully. Quoted network speeds and bandwidth based on current IEEE The remote end hung up unexpectedly I have searched and of course for debian there is an atheros-firmware package which contains needed firmware Code: But Aasus should confirm that in F15 my device used to be handled with ath3k driver and I was much impressed by the results of the firmware upgrade That sounds like something is linuc up and causing rfkill to disable it.


The system can’t load the firmware for Atheros AR Bluetooth chip.

Looks like success – however, neither the bluetooth settings panel, assus the blueman interface, can find the device. Anyways, please make sure you’ve got linux-firmware- 2 intalled, it is in the official F16 repo by now.

Can you run ‘rfkill list’ before and after you toggle the Airplane mode and provide the output? PCB color usb-bbt211 bundled software versions are subject to change without notice.