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Controlling Servo Motor with Bluetooth using Arduino and Android

Hello! This tutorial shows you how to control a servo motor via the HC-06 bluetooth device for Arduino. Code can be found on my website:
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Arduino Code: Bluetooth module HC-05 AT Setup Mode

Arduino: Bluetooth module HC-05 AT Mode setup

Used for setting up your modules Name, Password, Mode ect

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Schematic image:
http://i349.photobucket.com/albums/q377/Berrgk/Arduino/Bluetooth%20AT%20Mode%20schematic_zpsiydcpzdz.jpg

Arduino Code:
http://pasted.co/fdd2e7d7

AT Command Documentation:
http://www.linotux.ch/arduino/HC-0305_serial_module_AT_commamd_set_201104_revised.pdf


Some other AT commands:

AT+ADDR? (Bluetooth address)
AT+VERSION? (Soft version)

AT+NAME? (Display current name of device)
AT+NAME=wtvr-u-want (Set device name to wtvr-u-want)

AT+PSWD? (Display current password) (Default: 1234 or 0000)
AT+PSWD=wtvr-u-want (Set password to wtvr-u-want)

AT+RESET (Reset BT module)
AT+ORGL (Restore default settings)

AT+INIT (Exit AT Mode)

More can be found here:
http://eskimon.fr/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/commandes_AT_HC05.pdf
or search for ‘HT-05 AT Commands’

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How to setup your HT-05 to operate as a Bluetooth communication device:

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Arduino RC Car – Part 01 – Interface HC-05 bluetooth module with Arduino using AT commands

This is Part 01 in the series of video tutorials for building an Arduino RC Car for robotics beginners. You can control this RC Car using any Android Device or using a Game Controller.

In this part, I will show you how to connect the HC-05 bluetooth module to an Arduino and change the settings of the HC-05 bluetooth module using the AT command set. The HC-05 comes with a rich set of AT commands to perform various tasks such as changing the module’s default settings including changing the pass code, the device name, and the baud rate.

Please leave a thumbs up, share and subscribe if this video helped you in any way. Stay tuned! 😀

HC-05 AT Commands list: https://www.dropbox.com/s/yo4qo252qypyl7b/AT%20Commands%20List.pdf?dl=0

AT command arduino code: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wu8b2sowlm9cxmz/atcommand.ino?dl=0

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Arduino connected to an Android phone via Bluetooth (JY-MCU module)

A basic example of establishing a connection between an Arduino Uno and an Android phone via Bluetooth. A widely available and relatively inexpensive JY-MCU Bluetooth module (like this one: http://amzn.to/2hrVnAn) is used. Code and wiring diagram available on:

How to connect an Arduino Uno to an Android phone via Bluetooth

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HOW TO: Control an Arduino with an iPhone using BLE

This simple example shows a C++/Objective-C program running on desktop, iPhone, and iPad communicating with an Arduino via Bluetooth BLE 4.0 HM-10. Also known as Bluetooth Low Energy. The entire C++ code for communicating with BLE is packed into two small files.

In this example I have boiled away everything except for that code required to open up a serial TX RX pipe to a BLE v4.0 module connected to an Arduino.

The Arduino is a Nano, the BLE v4.0 is an HC-10, and it is controlling a MOSFET FQP30N06L from an iPhone.

The C++ SDK is cocos2d-x but that is not critical to the C++ library in question.

Files available on GitHub:

https://github.com/LessonStudio/Arduino_BLE_iOS_CPP

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Cheap Arduino Bluetooth HID Module (HC05 with RN42 firmware hack)

Arduino makers and hobbyists will appreciate this one. Here’s how to turn a $3 Bluetooth module (HC-05 or HC-06) into an HID module (like the RN-42 or BlueSMiRF HID) with a firmware hack.

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Arduino Code: HC-05 Bluetooth module setup as communication device

Arduino Bluetooth HC-05 Circuitry & Code

Schematic using 3.3v Regulator:
http://i349.photobucket.com/albums/q377/Berrgk/Arduino/Bluetooth%20HT-05%203.3v%20Regulator_zpsx75eg822.jpg

Schematic using resistors as voltage regulator:
http://i349.photobucket.com/albums/q377/Berrgk/Arduino/Schematice%203.3v%20Resistor%20regulator_zpsduivdcev.jpg

Code: http://pasted.co/e96be762

The voltage regulator is used to prevent the 5v output
from the Arduino’s Transmit pin (TX)
overloading the 3.3v Receive pin (RX) of the Bluetooth module.

To change the Name, Password, Mode ect of you HC-05 device
see here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lehqo3TdiJA&feature=youtu.be

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Configuring The HC-05 Bluetooth Module with AT Commands

In this video, I will demo how to change the settings of the ubiquitous HC-05 Bluetooth module using the AT command set. The HC-05 comes with a rich set of AT commands to perform various tasks such as changing the module’s default settings including changing the pass code, the device name, and the baud rate. Please refer to the detailed guide on to wire and set-up the HC-05 to the Arduino for AT command mode.

Follow the instructions here:
http://www.instructables.com/id/Modify-The-HC-05-Bluetooth-Module-Defaults-Using-A/

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