Andruino: A simple 2-way bluetooth-based Android controller for Arduino

Posted on Thursday, July 4th, 2013 in Android, Arduino by DP


TechBitar wrote this Instructable detailing his ANDRUINO,  the 2-way Android controller for Arduino via bluetooth:

ANDRUINO is a simple tool to help you control your Arduino (or clone) from your Android phone. It’s both an Android app and an Arduino program. Andruino has a simple Android user interface to 1) control Arduino’s digital and PWM pins 2) send text commands to Arduino 3) and receive data from Arduino over Bluetooth using the ever popular HC-05 Bluetooth over serial module or its siblings.

Andruino should work with other Bluetooth modules with some tweaking but I have only tested it with the HC-05. This is an alpha version that’s running fine on my Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus. Please share your experience running Andruino on your phone.

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4 Responses to “Andruino: A simple 2-way bluetooth-based Android controller for Arduino”

  1. Roberto Carlos says:

    congratulations for the work.
    ‘m new to arduino.
    you can send the arduino code that you used in the project

  2. fernando says:

    que codigo es el que se usa en el arduino para que detecte el app ??

  3. Juan says:

    Can you send the completed schematic when using a CD4050 level shifter IC and the completed code to Thank you

  4. Hi, congratulation for you aplication
    You can send me the aplication code block of the Ardudroid because I want to do a modifications! please!!

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