Quote Originally Posted by deano_ferrari View Post
While searching around, I stumbled across 'samsung-tools'



https://launchpad.net/samsung-tools

I wonder if this utility may be needed to properly control your bluetooth device?

I didn't find an openSUSE 13.1-specific package, but perhaps this 12.3 package may work for you. Worth a shot IMHO

http://software.opensuse.org/downloa...=samsung-tools

If you can properly enable your hardware, it will be reported in the 'lsusb' output.
I installed samsung-tools, its an handy tool, In GUI it displayed samsung is enabled,
By this samsung-tool i could enable and disable my webcamm too.
But lsusb output remains the same




As earlier i could unblock and block with rfkill this is same as the rfkill command like version, Now i understand this is pure hardware interface problem,

Code:
suresh@linux-fqgm:~> bluetoothctl 
[bluetooth]# show 
No default controller available
[bluetooth]#


I should add a tab No default controller available for bluetooth device,