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    Default Re: About Bluetooth, Windows and "buffered serial in" of Les.

    I do not have in plan to build a different version. For now, is better to buy the HC-05 as is.

    I would like to understand the use of the button.

    I would change the name just to have different pairing.

    I would like to see your interrupt routine, but I do not have found it on the WiKi. Please give to me the link.

    Now I'm using the buffered serial input from Les and works very very well.

    Leo

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    Default Re: About Bluetooth, Windows and "buffered serial in" of Les.

    Hi Leo

    I think that Les's Buffered Serial In is the best way to go. My routine contains rather more than serial input,
    it is here: http://www.protonbasic.co.uk/content...acket-Protocol

    You can always try pressing the button, you have a source of low priced HC-05 so why not try it?

    I have got mine working on my Android Tablet, and on my Samsung phone.

    Best regards
    Charlie

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    Default Re: About Bluetooth, Windows and "buffered serial in" of Les.

    Leo

    What software are you running on your Win10 machine, that can talk to your HC-05?

    Charlie

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    Default Re: About Bluetooth, Windows and "buffered serial in" of Les.

    Hi Leo

    I found that Microsoft do a Windows terminal emulator that runs with Bluetooth, and it works and it's free!

    https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/store/p/bluetooth-serial-terminal/9wzdncrdfst8

    Charlie

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