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Greg Gage

Member Since: January 6, 2010

Country: United States

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DIY Neuroscientist and co-founder of Backyard Brains.

  • Did you get this to work? We are interested in it for a 3.3v Arduino Zero project.

  • Apple classic bluetooth is encrypted, so you would also need an authentication chip. The RN-41-APL version has this chip installed, but you need to be MFI certified to order it. To get MFI certification, you need to do a lot of paper work and jump through a lot of hoops. My advice: use bluetooth low energy (Smart Bluetooth). This works on both Apple and Android (4.3 or later).

No public wish lists :(