I bought a raspberry pi 3. I ordered the Move controller it’s a Kickstarter project.
They use the phone to send uart commands through Bluetooth and they put a Dev documentation online.
What I fail to understand is if it’s possible to send the uart commands through the raspberry pi’s Bluetooth ? Is this possible ? And can someone give a simple explanation how that would work ?
From the Move developers page,
In the UART API documents you will find all commands that will be possible to send through the micro USB connector on MOVE.
It looks like you should be able to connect the MOVE to a Raspberry Pi via a USB-A to micro USB cable. It will show up as a USB-to-serial device in
/dev. Run the following command to get a list of possible devices:
$ ls -hl /dev/ttyU* /dev/ttyA*
Answered by David Cullen on January 4, 2022
I was looking into the direction of using hcitool cmd combined with the UART command overview provided by Teptron: http://www.teptron.com/MOVE_UART_Commands_ver1.0.pdf.
Answered by Koen on January 4, 2022
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