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Connecting mobile with bluetooth module

Discussion in 'Bluetooth' started by Rajanjamuindia, Jun 23, 2009.

  1. Rajanjamuindia

    Rajanjamuindia New Member

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    Hi,

    I am a student studying in IIT, Madras, chennai. I am currently working on a project in which i have to send AT commands from micro to mobile via Sparkfun's bluetooth Dip module.

    Basically, I want to control my mobile through microcontroller i.e, exactly the reverse of what you did.

    But currently, I am facing a problem of it not connecting to my mobile.

    I am able to get bluetooth in command mode and check whether it is connected or not by Command 'I,30'.

    Can you please help me getting out of this problem.

    I posted this question at many forums, but no reply.

    Please help me in any way possible.

    Thanx in advance
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  2. Binu

    Binu Administrator

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    You want to control the mobile means?
    Please explain it more.
    With sparkfun module you can connect the mobile through SPP profile.
    Its for data transfer between the module and mobile.
    If you want to control the mobile means then you have to write a mobile application to collect the data and to control the mobile.
  3. rss.srinivas

    rss.srinivas New Member

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    sir i had connected my mobile with bluetooth module(parani esd200) using pc .as i was unable to send and receive data plse help me regarding this
    thanking u sir
  4. Binu

    Binu Administrator

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    i cant understand your connection.[?]
    Are you connecting the module with PC or microcontroller.
    Are you sending data from mobile to module or pc to module.
    Did you use MAX232 for connecting the module with PC?

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  5. Alexli

    Alexli New Member

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    很抱歉我帮不了你,但我真诚地希望你能尽快解决这个问题
  6. ChinaAlite

    ChinaAlite New Member

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    Hi,

    When USB1 is connected, the bluetooth module is always on. Therefore, when your jumper is either at A or B receiving correction data, yes, your bluetooth collector will receive NMEA at the same time.

    Best regards,

    Andrew
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    Alexli New Member

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