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It may have happened because of using HSP/HFP or something else. You should use A2DP to connect the headset. To do it. check this link out to configure your raspberry pi.


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I fixed it in a roundabout way by installing bluez and bluetooth tools. There are still 4 bluetooth items in the taskbar, but only bluez works. I can connect with it, so I guess this is answered.


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Install the following: sudo apt-get install pi-bluetooth blueman Make sure to reboot pi after this installation. Now on your raspberry pi console, click on Bluetooth -> add your device and check by sending your files.


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RPi 3B only has one antenna on board, so yes, it will be shared. Sharing is managed by the adapter firmware which is closed-source. Even if done right, it will not be as good as separate antennas. You can get a USB dongle for either WiFi or BT (and use that instead of the built-in adapter) to get two separate antennas.


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