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=== WiFi issues ===
=== WiFi issues ===
* First, check the privacy switches to make sure your WiFi is enabled. They are persistant. See [[Pinebook_Pro_Main_Page#Privacy_Switches|Privacy Switches]]
* First, check the privacy switches to make sure your WiFi is enabled. They are persistant. See [[Pinebook_Pro_Main_Page#Privacy_Switches|Privacy Switches]]
* Next, you may have to modify the file "/etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf" as user "root", and replace "managed=false" with "managed=true". Then reboot.
* Next, you may have to modify the <code>/etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf</code> as root user, and replace <code>managed=false</code> with <code>managed=true</code>. Then reboot.
* For connections that drop and resume too often, it might be due to WiFi power management from earlier OS releases. Later OS releases either removed WiFi power management, or default to full power. (Power management can be turned off via command line with <code>iw dev wlan0 set power_save off</code> or <code>iwconfig wlan0 power off</code>, although it is not persistent through re-boot.)
* For connections that drop and resume too often, it might be due to WiFi power management from earlier OS releases. Later OS releases either removed WiFi power management, or default to full power. (Power management can be turned off via command line with <code>iw dev wlan0 set power_save off</code> or <code>iwconfig wlan0 power off</code>, although it is not persistent through re-boot.)
* If WiFi is un-usable or often crashes when using an alternate OS, then it might because its WiFi firmware is not appropriate for the WiFi chip in the Pinebook Pro. Try the latest firmware patch from;
* If WiFi is un-usable or often crashes when using an alternate OS, then it might because its WiFi firmware is not appropriate for the WiFi chip in the Pinebook Pro. Try the latest firmware patch from [https://gitlab.manjaro.org/tsys/pinebook-firmware/tree/master/brcm https://gitlab.manjaro.org/tsys/pinebook-firmware/tree/master/brcm]
[https://gitlab.manjaro.org/tsys/pinebook-firmware/tree/master/brcm https://gitlab.manjaro.org/tsys/pinebook-firmware/tree/master/brcm]


=== Bluetooth issues ===
=== Bluetooth issues ===
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* Bluetooth-attached speakers or headset require the <b>pulseaudio-module-bluetooth</b> package. If not already installed, it can be installed with a package manager or with:<br>
* Bluetooth-attached speakers or headset require the <b>pulseaudio-module-bluetooth</b> package. If not already installed, it can be installed with a package manager or with:<br>
<pre>sudo apt-get install pulseaudio-module-bluetooth</pre>
<pre>sudo apt-get install pulseaudio-module-bluetooth</pre>
* See this [https://gitlab.manjaro.org/manjaro-arm/packages/community/pinebookpro-post-install/blob/master/sdio-hciattach.service /usr/lib/systemd/system/sdio-hciattach.service] to Start bluetooth on ttyS0


=== Sound issues ===
=== Sound issues ===
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* If USB 3 is also desired from a USB dock, the maximum resolution, frame rate and pixel depth is reduced to half the bandwidth. For example, 4K @ 30hz instead of 60hz.
* If USB 3 is also desired from a USB dock, the maximum resolution, frame rate and pixel depth is reduced to half the bandwidth. For example, 4K @ 30hz instead of 60hz.
* USB docks that also use USB C alternate mode DisplayPort will always have USB 2 available, (480Mbps, half-duplex).
* USB docks that also use USB C alternate mode DisplayPort will always have USB 2 available, (480Mbps, half-duplex).
=== Key Mapping ===
* See this [https://gitlab.manjaro.org/manjaro-arm/packages/community/pinebookpro-post-install/blob/master/10-usb-kbd.hwdb /etc/udev/hwdb.d/10-usb-kbd.hwdb] for some key mapping tweaks


=== Accessory Hardware Compatibility ===
=== Accessory Hardware Compatibility ===
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