How can I make a simple switch using Bluetooth??
Asked by beannie 8 years ago
Is there a SUPER BLUETOOTH for Motorola Phones like the RIVAL?
Asked by curmudge-man 8 years ago
Can you use an old cellphone with Bluetooth to, for example, print to a bluetooth printer? As in a phone without a carrier?
Asked by brandegor 8 years ago
Asked by ritesh nair 6 years ago
I wanted to attach bluetooth to lvdt sensor. output of that lvdt is sine wave . that signal is given to bluetooth , is it possible to send sine wave using bluetooth without converting into digital form?
Asked by vijaysinha 6 years ago
Hey guys, I like electronics but I want to learn about bluetooth interfacing. As a start I want to send a signal from a push button/sensor to another bluetooth receiver (phone for example). To be honest I have no idea where to start from. Can you help me out?
Posted by pjreijiri 3 years ago
Is it possible to make a self powered solar/battery usb bluetooth dongle? Would a solar collector from a solar calculator provide enough power to energize the bluetooth dongle? I have a simple flexible usb keyboard that I would like to use with my htc smartphone. How do I add a usb bluetooth dongle to the keyboard.
Asked by wscottc60 6 years ago
I have been told that there is a way around onstar, even if my car isn't bluetooth compatible. if this is true, can someone tell me how to go bypass onstar?
Asked by jlm7197 5 years ago
I want to connect my wiimote to my computer but don't have a bluetooth adapter. Can ayone help me buy a cheap one. I don't want to buy online.
Asked by nbagf 8 years ago
I want a bluetooth device that connects to my phone as a standard bluetooth headset and allows any bluetooth headset to connect to it as if it were my phone. I am thinking of using it (or chaining a few of them) to create a larger area for my bluetooth headset for my phone. THANKS!? (Yes...I have seen the antenna hacks, but they don't allow me to boost the power of the signal like I need to. And, this device should also allow chaining to get the signal out a lot further and around metal obstacles.) Even better would be the ability to connect multiple devices to the extender so that multiple people could be on the same call on their bluetooth headsets simultaneously. (Yeah...it's getting deep in here. But the geek in me wants what it wants.)
Asked by squishyalt 7 years ago
Does anyone know a way/ device i can hack/build to hook up to a speaker system to make it wireless? i have an iPhone an speakers, but i just don't know where to start, because i don't want to spend money on something i could make. would an old cell phone work, (it has bluetooth)
Asked by fbasmajian 5 years ago
Bonjour Comment créer un programme qui permette de controler des certaines fonctions a mon ordinateur AVEC LA TECHNOLOGIE BLUETOOTH Je n'ai pas besoin d'un programme ou bien logicielle mais je suis besoin de Découvrez comment la création (code java ou n'importe quelle Longages de programmation) merci d'avance
Asked by otouati 5 years ago
I have a problem with my bluetooth module. I have interfaced it with my arduino board and it was working properly, but now all of a sudden it is not working at all. The led which ensures that it is turned on is not blinking neither my cell phone is searching it. Please help me to find out t he exact problem as i want to be sure before buying another module.
Asked by tnagchandi 4 years ago
I am trying to develop a system used for data entry. all i am trying to do is have the ability to enter data aprox 12 characters long (1234567890#$). Have this data sent with bluetooth to a labtop after every entry either automatic or using one of the 12 keys to send. I dont really care what is used to achieve this even if its a cell phone.
Asked by ekoar 8 years ago
I am trying to built a Bluetooth device which can communicate or live stream voice to master and also the status of switches in it. ie, it should sent both voice and data simultaneously, can anyone suggest Bluetooth module which i can do this. am doing my project on pic..
Asked by JishnuprakashN 1 year ago
I've got a pair of Bluetooth headphones that I'm pretty sure is about to kick the bucket; they don't hold a charge properly and they seems to be falling apart. Kinda what I get for being cheap I guess. I don't feel like spending money on getting a new LiPo battery to attempt to fix anything (especially considering shipping, etc. repairs will probably cost more than the headphones themselves), and so I was wondering if I could take out the Bluetooth chip inside and repurpose it for some other project with an Arduino or Raspberry Pi, probably for transmitting data from a sensor. A side note, if there are any ways I can refurbish the headphones themselves in a way that's worth the time, money, and effort, I'd like to hear about that, as well. Thank you!
Asked by DoctorN1 1 year ago
Asked by sparkler 6 years ago
It doesnt come with the licence when you install it
I'd like to make a number of smallish (say 0.75x1x2 inches) battery-powered Bluetooth boxes each of which connects to a momentary switch, and sends an RFCOMM or HID signal via Bluetooth on depression and another on release, and which will to communicate with an Android device. Because I want to make several of these, I want something super cheap and super simple to make. (The purpose is to make a simple wireless touch detection system for foil and epee fencing. Without on-target detection, it's not going to be great, but it will be an improvement over refereeing fully dry bouts, since at least one will have proper impact and lockout timing.) Here are options I've been thinking about: 1. One thing that would *almost* do the job is to buy one of those $3-5 ebay Bluetooth phone camera remotes, and just wire my switch to it. The only problem is that according to the ads I've seen, these Bluetooth phone camera remotes go to sleep in 2-10 minutes when paired (exact timing seems to depend on the model), and I would really rather avoid this (the 10 minutes is almost acceptable). If anybody knows of a way of keeping them paired and awake for a longer period of time (say, 15 minutes or permanently), I would love to hear. This would be the cheapest and simplest solution, and it comes with a case and battery (some units are even USB chargeable). 2. On the other extreme of the price range, I happen to have some extra Brainlink modules with an atxmega and an RN-42 module inside, and it wouldn't take long to customize the firmware to do the job. But the modules sell for $39 (though sometimes on sale for $20), and that seems overkill for something so simple. And they are a touch larger than I like (about 3 inches diameter, and an awkward shape). 3. Another option might be to use a cheap serial Bluetooth module without additional hardware, and wire the switch directly to CTS. Unfortunately, I don't think the cheap HC-06 modules support CTS, though I think the HC-07 does support it (but I don't know if I can access it as it's probably not one of the pins on the header). Moreover, there are two unanswered questions on Stackexchange on how to access CTS/RTS status from Android, so this might require using a laptop as the base station (which isn't ideal). 4. A very cheap microcontroller with a UART (or just bit-banging) plus a cheap Bluetooth module. This increases the complexity of the project, but might be the way to go. More specific recommendations are welcome, as I have no experience with the hardware side of dealing with a microcontroller (on the software side, I've spent a fair amount of time tweaking the firmware of the Brainlink unit).
Posted by arpruss 3 years ago
I am just trying to make something and it needs me to have a phone intract with any small device to produce beep in this small device ? when pressed a button or something on the phone. Does anyone know whats the best / easy way to go about this ? I have no clue about bluetooths devices works. If it can be done using any other technology .. I am open to hear your expert comments. Can you point me in right direction ? Thanks, Danny
Posted by puneetsd 5 years ago
Need a device that would pair with my cell phone and allow me to talk on the cell phone using the motorcycle intercom system. Has anyone done this?
I want to pair a headset with a small speaker so that I can speak into the headset and through the speaker over a distance, kinda like an intercom system or a one way walkie talkie. So I could put the speaker in something, for ex, like a trash can and trick people into thinking someone is in it.
Asked by ecsaul23 6 years ago
Wireless mouse works on bluetooth technology that is 2.4ghz, then why same mouse can not be operated with another bluetooth receiver? how the communication is unique between one mouse and its bluetooth receiver.
Asked by AbhinavD9 11 months ago
Hello, I need help, I have a Bluetooth audio dongle the kind that you plug into a USB port of a speaker to transform it into a Bluetooth speaker. But I was wondering if I can use it with a regular headset/headphones and a regular cellphone battery for power supply,. THank you
Posted by Toyanster 2 years ago
If so does anyone have a suggestion to an adapter that will accomplish this?Thanks, Scott?
Asked by sctirvn687 7 years ago
I'll apologize in advance that my knowledge in bluetooth is fairly shallow at the moment. As seen in the recent Intuos4, bluetooth is definately possible. However, I was wondering if there's a way to convert other USB wacom tablets into bluetooth? What would it take to do it? I'm thinking is there some way to directly convert the USB data wiring to some sort of bluetooth module (while the power source comes from a 5v battery or something)? Or will I have to go through some sort of reverse engineering on the PCB to connect to a bluetooth module? Any information about specific bluetooth modules or even bluetooth in general will also be greatly appreciated!
Asked by okashii 8 years ago
Is this possible, for my to hack a bluetooth phone and use it as a USB dongle for my laptop? If so, someone should make an instructable out of it and it will get a butt load of views.
Posted by MaltiK 9 years ago
I have wireless or wifi. i also thought i had luetooth but i checked in device manager and there was nothing for bluetooth. the box said it was bluetooth capable. i was wandering if it was as simple as turning on something or do i have to add a bluetooth dongle?
So, I've been on a project where i am trying to use a generic bluetooth gamepad to control dc motors through a HC05 bluetooth module connected to an arduino. I have no idea on where to start. I did some research about it but there dosent seem to be much information thats appropriate for this project. here is what im using now: -ipega bluetooth controller -arduino mega 2560 -HC-05 bluetooth module
Posted by thomasmanman 3 years ago
I'm wanting to turn on the bluetooth so I can use it to transfer files back and forth but every time I go to bluetooth settings nothing comes up. Help?
Asked by Legendmoltre 7 years ago
I want to boost my bluetooth dongle. On some Instructables there are mentions of getting an exactly correct length. On others the length and shape seem to be arbitrary. If I want to add more antenna to my bluetooth dongle, do I have to make it an exact length or shape?
Asked by finfan7 7 years ago