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Bluetooth API status 
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I was looking to use the BT API built into RobotC but the sample sorta works, except I cannot change anything without strange behavior. I wanted to simply set a default pin and it will not work.
I am running 1.07
What is the status of the BT implementation?
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-- David Trotz


Wed Jul 04, 2007 5:01 pm
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Mon Jul 16, 2007 2:07 am
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What do you mean by use the BT API? What are you trying to do with BT that exhibits strange behaviour?


Mon Jul 16, 2007 7:48 am
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I want to be able to: Connect to my PC using BT from a RobotC app. Then with the brick as a master and my pc as a slave use std NXT BT Messaging to send and receive messages. All I see that exists is one way from the brick to the slave (in my case PC) by using send file. I would prefer the standard BT messaging. I currently am using nXc to accomplish my BT goals, but if RobotC had BT Messaging I could come back to it.
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Tue Jul 17, 2007 12:45 am
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Hi David,

Unfortunately, I can't help you as I'm not an expert in BT or C based programming but I hope someone can as we need all the community based expertise we can muster. As will be demonstrated in a minute when I post a question for you in your very cool sensor drivers post. :)


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