Introduction: HC - 06 ( Slave Module ) Changing " NAME " Without Use " Monitor Serial Arduino " ...that " Works Easily " : Faultless Way !

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After " Long Time " trying Changing Name onto HC - 06 ( slave Module ) , using " serial monitor of the Arduino , without " Sucess " , I found another easy way and im Sharing now !

Have Fun Buddies !

Step 1: All List : Arduino UNO , HC - 06 (Module - Slave) , 4 Wires ( Male to Female ).

Picture of All List : Arduino UNO , HC - 06 (Module - Slave) , 4 Wires ( Male to Female ).

Step 2: Conections :

Picture of Conections :
  • Module - TX pin -- Arduino RX pin
  • Module - RX pin -- Arduino TX pin
  • Module - GND pin -- Arduino GND pin
  • Module - PWR pin -- Arduino 12 ( Digital ) pin ( The magical Works here ! )

Step 3: Strech !

  • After upload the Stretcher onto Arduino UNO
  • Hook-up the Wires ( 4 - four )
  • Remind ! Cross the TX - RX pin between Both ( Module x Arduino )
  • Press the Resset Button of Arduino ...Wait till ( TX ) pin of Arduino Stop Blinking
  • That´s all after the Main Led ( Arduino Relight = ON stedy )
  • Congrats Well Done !

Comments

tytower made it! (author)2017-03-27

Try to get these modules on ebay. They have a switch to hold down when booting to get into AT mode. They have the normal red flashing LED and they have another Blue LED down near bottom contact on right of pic

tytower (author)2017-03-26

I got this message but it does not show here for some reason. Don't understand what you are saying?

[quote]Ok looks very usefull ! !However some units can´t reach the ( AT - Comands )

through ( serial monitor of the Arduino ) notwithstanding , repling some " commands , they never " change by Serial monitor " , the NAME , PIN ( PSWD)... like this way it was just to help when it occur ...

anyway tjs a lot ![/quote]

tytower (author)2017-03-19

This use of the arduino high pin drops the voltage to about 4.2V which operates the 3.3 V BT but is rather dubious . I'd put a diode in there too to drop it another half volt.

See this one as well.

https://www.instructables.com/id/AT-command-mode-of-HC-05-Bluetooth-module/

leunamerasec (author)2017-03-18

Ok looks very usefull ! !However some units can´t reach the ( AT - Comands )

through ( serial monitor of the Arduino ) notwithstanding , repling some " commands , they never " change by Serial monitor " , the NAME , PIN ( PSWD)... like this way it was just to help when it occur ...

anyway tjs a lot !

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