On Android, when pairing with Bluetooth device is in progress, popup form requesting pin is displayed. Everything is ok, except awkward message “Try 000 or 1234”. For some users this is confusing, because they simply type in what pairing popup is suggesting. Of course, pairing fails due to wrong pin entered. Let’s take a look how I fixed this issue.
If you read my previous blog post how to create Bluetooth GATT server on top of UWP, then you should be familiar with basics of Bluetooth. In this post I will extend on other side of the “wire” of the Bluetooth communication. I will do this with Xamarin.Forms. In this post I will create simple […]
Developing applications which use Bluetooth can be tricky. Commonly, on one side of the communication you have some hardware or maybe some IoT device, while on other, there is some mobile app or similar. When doing geenfield projects, normally you don’t have everything in place on the device side, but you need to develop Bluetooth […]