Bluetooth Viewer LITE

Bluetooth Viewer LITE


A simple Bluetooth connection debugging tool:

1. Connect to any Bluetooth device
2. Display incoming raw data
3. Send raw data to the Bluetooth device

You can confirm successful pairing, monitor incoming raw data and see exactly what is being transmitted from the Bluetooth device.

I plan to add the following features in the future:

* Option to see data in hexadecimal format instead of ascii, for debugging binary data
* Option to add timestamp to incoming messages
* Option to add GPS info to incoming messages
* Design a plugin framework for customized views tailored to specific Bluetooth sensors

Disclaimer: the source code is a modified version of the BluetoothChat sample that is included in the Android SDK.

Please report problems or feature requests by email or using this page: https://github.com/janosgyerik/bluetoothviewer/issues

Project homepage: https://github.com/janosgyerik/bluetoothviewer

Sponsors:

* Alan Haddy (www.ipegcorp.com): option to record incoming Bluetooth
data and send as email attachment

Alternatively, you can support me by buying the full version of the app, which has exactly the same features but it costs 1 EUR: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.bluetoothviewer.full

Recent changes:
* New settings option to set default email address
* Don't start email app if there's no data to send
* New option to record incoming raw data and send as email attachment. The settings and the send email function are available in the app's menu.
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4.3
User ratings
75
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
150 kb
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About Bluetooth Viewer LITE
A simple Bluetooth connection debugging tool:

1. Connect to any Bluetooth device
2. Display incoming raw data
3. Send raw data to the Bluetooth device

You can confirm successful pairing, monitor incoming raw data and see exactly what is being transmitted from the Bluetooth device.

I plan to add the following features in the future:

* Option to see data in hexadecimal format instead of ascii, for debugging binary data
* Option to add timestamp to incoming messages
* Option to add GPS info to incoming messages
* Design a plugin framework for customized views tailored to specific Bluetooth sensors

Disclaimer: the source code is a modified version of the BluetoothChat sample that is included in the Android SDK.

Please report problems or feature requests by email or using this page: https://github.com/janosgyerik/bluetoothviewer/issues

Project homepage: https://github.com/janosgyerik/bluetoothviewer

Sponsors:

* Alan Haddy (www.ipegcorp.com): option to record incoming Bluetooth
data and send as email attachment

Alternatively, you can support me by buying the full version of the app, which has exactly the same features but it costs 1 EUR: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.bluetoothviewer.full

Recent changes:
* New settings option to set default email address
* Don't start email app if there's no data to send
* New option to record incoming raw data and send as email attachment. The settings and the send email function are available in the app's menu.

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A Google User
Oct 22, 2014
Awesome app Just like Tj Flemings I had an issue connecting to a devise and this allowed me to thank you!!!!
A Google User
May 31, 2014
Doesn't work It just shows a red x on the bluetooth symbol and shows no data
A Google User
May 11, 2014
This app rocks for one reason This app made it possible to connect my Withing's Pulse with my HTC One X in 5 seconds after spending weeks NOT being able to connect. Download and use this app if you too lost the ability to sync with a recent software update to your Pulse. It'll be months before Withings fixes this, if ever.
A Google User
Mar 14, 2014
Good enough
A Google User
Aug 31, 2012
Doesn't connect I've never managed to make this app connect to me Bluetooth headset. It seems to be rather useless.