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Hey Bryan, Nice instructable.Thanks. I am interested in trying to make this product, or specifically to make a slightly modified version of it. However some of the links to the solid works and STL files don't work in my environment. Wonder would it be possible for you to send the STL's through please (particularly for the fingers)?
I got it working fine with mine.
Thats in there now.
Thanks, I made it and with an HC-05 on a ZS-040 carrier connected to a Seeeduino 3.0. I modified the code as you described so I could connect to the Software Uart. I tried it on my Samsung G8 and on a Samsung Tab 4. Both worked fine. Thanks for a really clear instructable. Thanks for the extra material links in various places, and the neat description of the Android stuff too. Good job all round, much appreciated.
Thanks techbitar. Another great instructable. I made the SendTest, connecting my Seeeduino 3.0 and HC-05 on Software serial port to my Windows10 laptop with builtin Bluetooth. Worked just fine on Tera Term, and I also used the Arduino IDE's Serial Monitor.Regards,David.
Useful tutorial, thanks. Like others have said the code needs correcting..
Beautiful, it works really well, very happy with it. I modified the master to use pinMode Input_pullup for the pushbutton, and so inverted test. This simplifies the connect-up. Also I didnt bother fitting any LEDs, as the builtin LED at pin 13 worked fine. Congratulations on a nice clear instrubable though. David,
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