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Serial Bluetooth Connections
from your Mobile Phone to your PC

by Matthew Ford 1st August 2012
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How to Make and Remove Serial Bluetooth Connections
from your Mobile Phone to your PC

The Bluetooth pfodAppTM for AndroidTM uses serial Bluetooth connections.
pfodAppTM for Android allows you to control micro-controllers, like Arduino, via bluetooth, from your Android phone. No Android programming required.

For testing purposes it is convenient to make serial Bluetooth connections between you mobile phone and a terminal session on your PC. Follow the links below to make and remove serial Bluetooth connections between your mobile phone and your Windows 7 Windows XP, Mac or Linux computer.

You can then test out how the micro-pages will look on pfodApp. Set up a bluetooth serial connection as described here and type the pfod micro-pages into the terminal window and see how pfodApp displays them. This also lets you see what messages the pfodApp will return for various user inputs.

How to make a Serial Bluetooth connection from your mobile phone to Windows 7

How to make a Serial Bluetooth connection from a mobile to Windows XP

How to make a Serial Bluetooth connection from your mobile to Mac OS X

How to make a Serial Bluetooth connection via USB Bluetooth from mobile phone to Windows, Mac or Linux computer (universal method)

How to Completely remove a Bluetooth Device from your Android mobile.


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