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About this app

The Spark Core companion app pairs with the Spark Core, a tiny Wi-Fi development board that makes it easy to create internet-connected hardware. The Core is all you need to get started; power it over USB and in minutes you'll be controlling LEDs, switches and motors and collecting data from sensors over the internet!

This app will help you connect your Spark Core to the internet over Wi-Fi and control it without writing a single line of code! Our sandbox for the Spark Core, which we lovingly call "Tinker", will help you get your prototype or project up and running in minutes.
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Dec 18, 2013

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257 reviews
A Google user
December 4, 2018
Doesn't work, the spark core does connect to my ap, I get cyan breathing led but app says it can't fi d the device.
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A Google user
July 13, 2015
KS Spark core was working.... I put it in the draw for a few months and just dug it out as my new Photon's arrived. My older "Core" module just brings up a solid magenta led, tried resetting, and releasing the API to reclaim, removed app... probably time to forget this pipe dream and go back to the tried and proven USB arduino's :(
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A Google user
April 2, 2014
I was so looking forward to this device, but was disappointed in its inability to connect using my Samsung Galaxy S3. Even more concerned that it appears not connect to 802.11n I have tried changing my router 54mbs and best compatibility to no avail. I would expect this to work out of the tin. I will now try the USB method. Joy at last!!! Have now connected using the USB method, so have upped the stars. I'm over my initial disappointment, and am ready to fire up my imagination :-) My router settings are back to normal: 2.4GHz Frequency , Auto Channel (current 11+7), and up to 300Mps.
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