Arduino Control With Android Voice Command (via Bluetooth)

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Introduction: Arduino Control With Android Voice Command (via Bluetooth)

About: For more project and tutorial visit my YouTube channel Mert Arduino and Raspberry Pi

We will provide Arduino communication via bluetooth with the previously defined sentence commands in the Android application.

You can use this project in home automation systems.

Step 1: Hardware Required

  • Arduino Board
  • Bluetooth Module HC05 or 06
  • LED
  • 220 ohm Resistor
  • Smartphone
  • Wires
  • Breadboard

Step 2: Connections

  • Connect GND to the board from the Arduino
  • Attach all LED's short legs to GND
  • Connect a 220 ohm resistor to the long legs of the LEDs
  • You can find all the connections in the pictures and videos.

Step 3: Code

Step 4: About Application

For now we will use the ready-made application. In the following days I will publish a tutorial on creating an application. (Such as the application I created for a remote controlled car)

BT Voice Control for Arduino
Created by SimpleLabsIN

Android Meets Robots : Voice Recognition Uses android mobiles internal voice recognition to pass voice commands to your robot Pairs with Bluetooth Serial Modules and sends in the recognized voice as a string for example if you say Hello the android phone will return a sting *Hello# to your bluetooth module *and # indicate the start and stop bits Can Be used with any micro controller which can handle strings Examples Platforms : Arduino , ARM , PICAXE , MSP430 , 8051 based and many other processors and controllers

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First of all, I would like to thank you for reading this guide ! I hope it helps you.

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    Sirk7

    Question 2 months ago

    Hi! i'm trying to connect the application to a Raspberry Pi 3, which have the bluetooth integrated, but i can't, it says that the device is not turned on . Other bluetooth applications like BlueTerm connects and works well. Do you know what's the difference between the Raspberry pi and the HC05? Or between this application and BlueTerm? Thank you in advance.

    can you send me .aia file ?