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The bluetooth didn't power on, when connected to the circuit board, but it worked well with just batteries.Ok i will change the baud rate. Thanks.
Hi! Thanks for the great tutorial. Do know if I can use the Mindflex to mindwave mobile app without changing the Bluetooth from its original baud rate? Also, I connected the Bluetooth to the Mindflex board, yet it won't power on. I have tested the circuit and it says It is giving 4.4 volts. It works fine when attached to another battery source. Do you know the problem could be?
Hi! Thanks for the great tutorial. I soldered my Bluetooth to the Mindflex board and checked the wiring with a multimeter, which reads 4.4 volts, but the Bluetooth still will not power on. It works fine with other batteries by itself. Do you have any idea what the problem could be? Also the Bluetooth when powered by an external power source is seen by my phone and is connected, but will not work with mindflex apps. Do you have any ideas about what to do?