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Description

This Serial Bluetooth (SBT) Terminal is made for sending textmessages to a wireless Bluetooth module like HC-05 or HC-06. Such aBluetooth module is normally connected with an Arduino or RasberryPi board. So the SBT Terminal enables you to communicate with yourmicrocontroller in a wireless way based on ASCII encodedmessages.The wireless Bluetooth world is full of technical terms,howeverthe SBT Terminal makes it easy to start with connecting to aBluetooth wireless module such as HC-05.First of all you have tobuild up the hardware part. For Arduino there are many web sidesyou can use for getting started,for examplehttps://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/IntroductionAfter you have overcomethe hardware obstacles, you can start to check the Bluetoothconnection.Take the SBT Terminal and first make a discovery run.Here you will find your device and all other devices that werepaired or discoverable by your phone or tablet. The DiscoveryWindow shows you which device supports the serial port protocol -in Bluetooth terms called SPP. Next you select such a SPPsupporting device and start a session. Now try to establish aconnection to your wireless Bluetooth device. If your device wasnot already paired you will get a system request to enter the PINof the device. When everything went well the SBT Terminal connectsto your wireless module.There are many features that makes it easyto work with the SBT Terminal:# The discovery and the sessionscreen has a help mode. Press the help button to enable it. Thenpress another button and you get a little help text. Press the helpbutton again and you disable the help mode.# The Discovery Windowhelps you to find out whether the SPP protocol is supported by thedevice. Then a session can be started with such a device.# Thecommand history brings back further messages respectively commandsand you can send them again. Typing long commands must be done onlyonce then you can use them again and again.# Not all ASCIIcharacters can be printed. In the Settings&Help Window you canenable a setting that makes non-printable ASCII characters visible.Consult the Help Pane in this Window for further information.# Thelast device with which you had a session is stored in the StartScreen, so you can easily restart a session with the last device.#If you close the SBT Terminal by the Restore&Close Button theBluetooth setting of your smartphone or tablet is restored to theformer state: If Bluetooth was disabled before starting the app itwill be disabled again. If Bluetooth was enabled it will stayenabled. This feature helps you to save battery.# If you are in theSession Window and you pause the terminal, the session will stayopen. So you can work with other apps without loosing theconnection to your device. To disconnect your device press theDisconnect Button or close the Session Window.

App Information Bluetooth Terminal for HC-05 over SPP

  • App Name
    Bluetooth Terminal for HC-05 over SPP
  • Package Name
    steger.serial.btterminal
  • Updated
    September 24, 2017
  • File Size
    3.8M
  • Requires Android
    Android 4.4 and up
  • Version
    1.0
  • Developer
    Steger.Soft
  • Installs
    500+
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Tools
  • Developer
  • Google Play Link

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Bluetooth Terminal for HC-05 over SPP 1.0 APK
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This Serial Bluetooth (SBT) Terminal is made for sending textmessages to a wireless Bluetooth module like HC-05 or HC-06. Such aBluetooth module is normally connected with an Arduino or RasberryPi board. So the SBT Terminal enables you to communicate with yourmicrocontroller in a wireless way based on ASCII encodedmessages.The wireless Bluetooth world is full of technical terms,howeverthe SBT Terminal makes it easy to start with connecting to aBluetooth wireless module such as HC-05.First of all you have tobuild up the hardware part. For Arduino there are many web sidesyou can use for getting started,for examplehttps://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/IntroductionAfter you have overcomethe hardware obstacles, you can start to check the Bluetoothconnection.Take the SBT Terminal and first make a discovery run.Here you will find your device and all other devices that werepaired or discoverable by your phone or tablet. The DiscoveryWindow shows you which device supports the serial port protocol -in Bluetooth terms called SPP. Next you select such a SPPsupporting device and start a session. Now try to establish aconnection to your wireless Bluetooth device. If your device wasnot already paired you will get a system request to enter the PINof the device. When everything went well the SBT Terminal connectsto your wireless module.There are many features that makes it easyto work with the SBT Terminal:# The discovery and the sessionscreen has a help mode. Press the help button to enable it. Thenpress another button and you get a little help text. Press the helpbutton again and you disable the help mode.# The Discovery Windowhelps you to find out whether the SPP protocol is supported by thedevice. Then a session can be started with such a device.# Thecommand history brings back further messages respectively commandsand you can send them again. Typing long commands must be done onlyonce then you can use them again and again.# Not all ASCIIcharacters can be printed. In the Settings&Help Window you canenable a setting that makes non-printable ASCII characters visible.Consult the Help Pane in this Window for further information.# Thelast device with which you had a session is stored in the StartScreen, so you can easily restart a session with the last device.#If you close the SBT Terminal by the Restore&Close Button theBluetooth setting of your smartphone or tablet is restored to theformer state: If Bluetooth was disabled before starting the app itwill be disabled again. If Bluetooth was enabled it will stayenabled. This feature helps you to save battery.# If you are in theSession Window and you pause the terminal, the session will stayopen. So you can work with other apps without loosing theconnection to your device. To disconnect your device press theDisconnect Button or close the Session Window.
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