Airpods Pro are popular wireless earphones by Apple. They work seamlessly with all Apple products. They even work with non-Apply products, but require some configuration. Sometimes you may need to pair Airpods Pro with Ubuntu. In this article, we will learn how to pair Airpods pro with Ubuntu.
How to Pair Airpods Pro with Ubuntu
Here are the steps to pair Airpods Pro with Ubuntu.
1. Open Bluetooth Configuration
Open Bluetooth configuration file in a text editor, using the following command.
$ sudo vi /etc/bluetooth/main.conf
Add/Modify Set ControllerMode with either of the following commands
ControllerMode = bredr or ControllerMode = dual
2. Restart Bluetooth
Restart Bluetooth with the following command.
$ sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart
3. Try Pairing Again
Now try pairing your Airpods to Ubuntu once again. Please note, depending on your Ubuntu version, on some systems, you may only be able to pair Airpods as headphones and not as headsets. In other words, they will work as earphones but the microphone won’t work.
In this article, we have learnt how to pair Airpods Pro with Ubuntu.
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6 thoughts on “How to Pair Airpods Pro with Ubuntu”
thanks, it really worked on ubuntu 22.04
it’s work for lubuntu 22.04
works very well! Thank you
I typed the command “sudo vi /etc/bluetooth/main.conf” in terminal and after entering my password I get a list of settings but I can’t change any of it. I can’t type anything after this either. What can I do? I have no experience with this but it is interesting and fun please help me lol
After you run the command ‘sudo vi /etc/bluetooth/main.conf’ it will open the file in vi editor in command mode. You will not be able to type anything in the file in this mode. To make changes to it, you need to press ‘i’ key to change it to insert mode. Then type the changes you want. Once you have made the changes, hit Esc key and then enter ‘:wq’ to save changes. You can google ‘vi editor commands’ for more information.
ControllerMode = bredr works fine, thanks!