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RN4020 Bluetooth Low Energy module

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I just got a RN4020 Bluetooth Low Energy PICtail daughter card.

I have some issues while working on the application examples.

Please let me know if anyone of you have used this module.

Thanks.
 

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It would really help if you told us what "issues" you are having.
Also what is the mother board you are using as I've had issues with pin mapping with some combinations of boards, especially if the processor is on a PIM.
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Hi Susan,

Thanks for your reply. This is a beginner's question.

I am working on the Android App Demo given in https://www.microchip.com/DevelopmentTools/ProductDetails.aspx?PartNO=rn-4020-pictail.

I followed the same procedure as mentioned in the document, but I don't see the data communicated to the Smartphone through Bluetooth.

I want to know if I am following the correct procedure.

Thanks,
Suresh


Following are the snapshots of my commands and the smartphone app: RN4020_PC_Android.png
 

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From your pictures, it looks like you have got the device itself working and communicating locally. That is a key first step, but also where my experience ends. I have used Microchip products a lot but my Bluetooth experience is rather limited.
I'll leave it it others to help you from here.
Susan
 

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