I'm using a Samsung galaxy S5 and This worked perfectly connecting to my HC-05 with the F114 parent board. This was the only app I found that was easy and clear, and demoed a bluetooth connection quickly and and in a simple way. I found this project off of Hackaday, so I figured it HAD to be good. I think the menu button that other people may be talking about is for the bluetooth device selection menu. My android device has the three buttons, home, back, and the window button or whatever its called that pulls up all the recent apps. I hold that window button and it brings up that menu on my device. Hope that helps someone on some other device, cuz that would be a pain. I'd want to see the application not have any buttons or anything rely on the body of the phone at all. Just the screen, so just anything with a screen can use it. Sometimes throwing a cheap throwaway smrt phone that's only good for bluetooth and it's screen is all you have/need.
Good app thanks Good app I have a communication problem with samsung s5 ; the left button don't work for display menu to configure Bluetooth I use the right one .hold it all work well
Seriously update this please!!! Newer android phones that dont have a menu button simply cant use this and it sucks. I'm having to pull out a super old phone to get any usability from this. please fix.
Relys on menu button Id like to use this on my LG G3 but this phone doesn't have a menu button on bottom row making it impossible to use. Works fine on my old HTC Amaze but the power button on that phone is super glitchy. Grrr.
Very very good app Working like a charm on my galaxy s3. Just download the arduino sketch from author's Web, upload it on uno and done. Control uno by Android app. And requesting the developer to show the analog value on side of the slide bar (analog pin), and make changing the colour of toggle switch (digital pin).
Ill teach u how to use menu button If u don't see the menu button, simply, hold the tabs button (the square one) and the menu will appear.
0.155: Added support for Android 5.x
0.154: Added support for Android Kitkat (19). This is a staged roll-out so once I am certain there are no major bugs, I will move faster with the full app release.
0.153: Rearranged UI based on numerous requests to place DigitalWrite buttons on top of UI while analog sliders on bottom to give users more space for scroll movement.
- New UI accommodates smaller phone screen sizes where in previous versions Send/Get area was truncated.
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