First, how to enable general Bluetooth support with integration in sway:
sudo apt install bluetooth rfkill blueman bluez bluez-tools pulseaudio-module-bluetoothto install required packages
- Add following line to ~/.config/sway/config at the end:
- Reboot or restart pulseaudio and other depending services… reboot is the easy way
Now you can configure your Bluetooth hardware on your waybar on top of the screen.
Not all Bluetooth hardware works out of the box. Some need propiretary drivers, which often are not offered for the arm64 architecture.
So please answer to this thread which Bluetooth hardware you use successfully with your Reform. Mine is the following:
Stick: Asus USB-BT400
lsusb details: ASUSTek Computer, Inc. Broadcom BCM20702A0 Bluetooth
Tested with: Marshall Kilburn (Audio, 1st Gen) and HP Z5000 (Mouse)