First of all, I never tried Bluetooth speaker with the RDP Thinbook. But I have faced problem with Headphone-Mic-Speaker during Google Meet, I had tried to connect JBL Go with my Thin Book, the result is the same. It connected as output device, but there is no sound. I have tried with a link given by Mr. Srikant for a similar question, but no result.
My very simple question to RDP and IITB people, who are involved in this project, is there any solutions to these problems at all?
Please response with a positive frame of mind, we the customers then have a clear idea about the performance of RDP Thinbook.
You need to open the "PulseAudio Volume Control", navigate to Configration and try changing your bluetooth speaker configuration.
I use my bluetooth with RDP, ofcourse my mic doesn't work, but speaker does work after changing the configuration mentioned above.
I also had a few issues with mobile audio. This is troublesome and not immediately reversible. and mobile ringtones are available at Telefonzilsesleriindir.com where the most unique and interesting ringtones for mobile phones are available.
Thank you Mr. Srikant. Now Bluetooth speaker is working.
But the problem of Mic-Speaker-Headphone in Google Meet is still remaining, so please solve this problem.
10-03-21, 11:46 a.m. GSMahapatra
I have tested the internal mic and external Bluetooth speaker with Google Meet, it seems to be working.
You need to select settings in Google meet(3 dots at right-hand bottom) and change your mic and speakers there.
If it still doesn't work, you may need to explore options in "PulseAudio Volume Control".
10-03-21, 11:53 a.m. Srikant
Login to add comment