Ubuntu no bluetooth found


I am using Ubuntu 16.04 on VirtualBox 5.1.10. Bluetooth is working fine on Host Machine but on VB Ubuntu it is not working. In Ubuntu System Setting -> Hardware -> Bluetooth, it is not showing any adapter. Please advise how to fix this issue. I am using Ubuntu 16.04 on VirtualBox 5.1.10. Bluetooth is working fine on Host Machine but on VB Ubuntu it is not working. In Ubuntu System Setting -> Hardware -> Bluetooth, it is not showing any adapter. Please advise how to fix this issue. That said, if you follow my instructions, happen to be using bluez 5.37-0ubuntu5, pulseaudio 1:8.0-0ubuntu3.2 running on Ubuntu 16.04, you should have no problem getting this to work. Important! Be aware that when I updated Ubuntu 16.04 to use a newer version of pulseaudio, I found that the ability to switch audio profiles wasn’t cooperating. Apr 08, 2015 · It is a stack protocol and must be installed in order to run Bluetooth on your Ubuntu system, mine is Ubuntu 14.04. Want to enable and configure Bluetooth in Ubuntu system? Usually, the Bluetooth is disabled in a system, to make it effective for use, you should perform the following steps as listed below. I'm on Mint, not Ubuntu. Is there a system-settings app with a Bluetooth section ? Do "sudo bluetoothd" at the CLI. I was able to get Bluetooth turned on in my system but then never could get the system's Bluetooth "device" to be found. Could be a hardware problem, don't know. I am using Ubuntu 16.04 on VirtualBox 5.1.10. Bluetooth is working fine on Host Machine but on VB Ubuntu it is not working. In Ubuntu System Setting -> Hardware -> Bluetooth, it is not showing any adapter. Please advise how to fix this issue.