Bluetooth Servo Control Redux

The project is wrapped. I have fully shown servo control via bluetooth, via Android, via IOIO. +3 via

usb b gone

no hands

The easiest way to test this, by far, is to snag the app on the Android Market. Here:

servo bluetooth

market-y

This does require a newer version of the IOIO bootloader than is currently shipping from units at Sparkfun, but details can be tracked down at this Google Groups area on how to update. It will work standardly, with a USB cable.

From there, you can take a look at my code on GitHub.

push to git hub

pushed

I haven’t included the IOIO libraries, but that will be part of the Eclipse setup if you decide to start hammering out some code. I can provide some guidance if anyone is in need of any.

Take a look. I bumped the SDK minimum again, in order to ensure that this function is intact. If this causes any hardship, I can relax the requirement.

Anyhow, take a look at the app in action in the previous post. Cheers.

2 thoughts on “Bluetooth Servo Control Redux

  1. Hello Swantron,

    I have used your Servo controller to test my Bluetooth dongle, unfortunately it sometimes works, but most of the time it doesn’t
    I am using an dongle from Asus (Asus USB-BT21). I was wondering, do you have immediately a connection to the IOIO board?

    Keep up the good work and interesting blogging.