Tag Archives: IDF

ESP32 Arduino: Getting the SDK version

In this tutorial, we will check how to get the ESP32 SDK version used in the Arduino core from our programs. The tests were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP32 module integrated in a ESP32 development board. Advertisements

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ESP32 Arduino Bluetooth Classic: Setting the device name

The objective of this post is to explain how we can set the name of the ESP32 operating as a Bluetooth device, so it displays a user friendly name for other devices that discover it.  The tests of this ESP32 … Continue reading

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ESP32 Arduino Bluetooth classic: Getting started

In this article, we will check how to get started using Bluetooth classic on the Arduino core, running on the ESP32. The tests of this ESP32 tutorial were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board.

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ESP32 IDF: Setting a soft AP

The objective of this ESP32 tutorial is to explain how to create a soft AP using the ESP32 and IDF. The tests of this ESP32 tutorial were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board.

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ESP32 Bluetooth: Advertising a SPP service with SDP

The objective of this post is to explain how to advertise a SPP service running on the ESP32 with SDP. The tests of this ESP32 tutorial were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board.

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ESP32 Bluetooth: Receiving data through RFCOMM

The objective of this post is to explain how to send data to the ESP32 using the Bluetooth RFCOMM protocol. The tests of this tutorial were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 device integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board.

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ESP32 Bluetooth: Using the BTstack library

The objective of this ESP32 tutorial is to explain how to get started with the Bluetooth functionalities that are supported by the ESP32 hardware. The Bluetooth tests of this tutorial were performed using a DFRobot’s ESP-WROOM-32 module, integrated in a ESP32 FireBeetle board.

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