Bluetooth Breakdown: Sending gatttool commands from my Ubuntu Touch Phone!

Here I am, typing commands from my phone and controlling a Bluetooth Feather!

Of course, the moment of truth! The goal of this whole Bluetooth breakdown project was to figure out how to make my home made auto start work on my Ubuntu Touch phone. Well, here it is, working!

Although the interface could use a face lift.

Last we looked at this, we saw that we could write custom scripts to send the commands from the desktop computer to the BLE auto start, or use interactive mode of gatttool and do the work there. Now we can actually do the same from the terminal of the cell phone.

While this technically counts. We now need a snazzy program that just works with clicky buttons and that sort of thing. So, I suppose that will be the next phase of this project! Stay tuned for adventure!

Linux – keep it simple.

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