Bluetooth communications between Arduino and Android: an introduction

Alessandro PaganelliMay 7th, 2012

John Boxall of Tronixstuff has written a very interesting tutorial article on his blog about how to connect any Android-based smartphone with an Arduino board, by means of Seeedstudio’s Bluetooth Bee and a promising, yet simple – open-source Android application, named BlueTerm, which provides RFCOMM/SPP serial communication capabilities.

In this introductory video, John shows how to wirelessly turn on and off Arduino’s digital pin with his setup.

Read more on Tronixstuff.

Via:[Seeedstudio Blog]

One Response to “Bluetooth communications between Arduino and Android: an introduction”

  1. trendski Says:

    Hi, many thanks for posting this. I too am working on some blue-tooth projects in Arduino and Android Java. I read the article and it gave me some good ideas on how to proceed. I’m currently posting ideas and code here on my amateur blog: [http://gampageek.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/remote-arduino-controlled-eight-relay.html]

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