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Started by Yosser70, Sunday,June 16, 2013, 16:29:28
Quote from: Biffa on Sunday,June 16, 2013, 17:12:40 I gave up with BT and now have 3DR. It would never connect, then did once and never again and that was using two different BT modules and despite the fact they the PC and laptop both paired fine with both of the modules.
Quote from: Yosser70 on Sunday,June 16, 2013, 17:19:40 That';s promising then! lol I know some people have got it working so it must be possible though!
Quote from: Gaza07 on Sunday,June 16, 2013, 17:29:28 Hi Yosser70 blue tooth will work but you might have to change some settings, first of all you need to make sure your blue tooth dongle is set to 115200bps if its the rctimer one then it should be pre set,The next thing is which port are you connecting it to ? if you connect it to the FTDI port of the AIOP then it should work fine, but if your connecting to serial port 3 then you may have to set that port speed up in the megapirate sketch to 115200bps,When you setup the blue tooth connection in windows it will make 2 new com ports make sure in the port properties they are set to 115200bps you will only be able to connect using one of the ports although you will see both in the planner if i remember right when i did it the lower port was the right one but if in doubt try both
Quote from: Yosser70 on Sunday,June 16, 2013, 17:48:34 I';ve got these settings in Megapirate #define SERIAL0_BAUD 115200 // Console port #define SERIAL2_BAUD 38400 // GPS port#define SERIAL3_BAUD 57600 // Telemetry (MAVLINK) portDo I need to change any of these?
Quote from: Yosser70 on Monday,June 17, 2013, 05:35:54 Well got it working!!! Unplugging the BT from the board and reconnecting it while it';s trying to get Mavlink did the trick, very odd but it';s a start :-)
Quote from: firey1 on Monday,June 17, 2013, 06:32:33 I only use my android phone now for connecting bluetooth and never had any probs since
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