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    Toronto
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    DIY Audio, Racquetball, Squash, Cycling & Skiing
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    Rocket Science / Engineering
    Country
    Canada
    Real Name
    Joe Guerra

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Posted 16th July 2013 at 08:32 PM by merlin2069er Comments 2
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I was browsing the google play store one day when I came across something called BTInterface.

Anyways, that free btinterface program led me to btinterface.com where I watched a few of the videos posted. I was immediately impressed with the possibilities. So I bought an android phone, and installed the btinterface app.

I picked up a couple of arduinos (mega 1280) about $12 each, and bt modules, about $8 on ebay, and also picked up some relays to fool around with (about $12) and jumper cables...

BTInterface will allow you to connect to a bt module, then send commands to it. You need a sketch on the arduino to do something with those commands.

BTInterface being a bit limited in what it can do - I purchased basic4android.

So, with basic4android I put together a few screens, on a couple of tabs. The first tab, "Sources" - allows you to edit the name and select a source (these names are saved to an internal...
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