By jasperbraunemail
#22840
I am trying to write a string to the Bluno's Serial service so that
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if(Serial.available()) Serial.write(Serial.read());
Will display what I send to the device.

I am new to Bluetooth LE and am using QT. I see the Serial is a service and I have changed the characteristic of the Serial service, but that doesn't show up in the Arduino IDE's Serial Monitor with the above code running. Using this Bluno iOS app (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/play-bl ... 93451?mt=8) and running that Arduino code above, the Serial monitor is filled with integers coming in. How can I send strings or integers similarly to the Buno so they are picked up by the Serial.read() function? Thanks.


tl;dr Trying to send string or integer from computer (using QT) to the Bluno to turn on a light.
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