Enabling spekaer/Connecting to bluetooth from command line
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I removed KDE-Plasma on my  Pinebook Pro and replaced it with Suckless DWM tiling window manager.

I realized that without Plasma I don't have an interface for connecting to bluetooth, and in alsamixer I was unable to activate the speakers. I need help getting audio working on my pinebook with Manjaro ARM on DWM.
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Do you have blutoothctl installed?
It allows you to connect using the MAC address of the device you want. Once you manage to connect the first time you can create a bash script to connect to whatever device you want.
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