Enable Bluetooth in the
System Settings interface. This is not enabled by default to conserve battery power, and should be disabled when not in use for this reason.
Enable Bluetooth Integration
The system can take up to a minute to recognize a Bluetooth device. Set the device to pairing mode and select it from the list.
Open PulseAudio Volume Control to select the desired output device.
One can use Pulse Audio Volume Control or the standard volume widget to adjust volume as required.
Once the device is recognized, use the Bluetooth control found in the system tray at the bottom right of the desktop to connect again.
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