@Douglas-Kryder It should definitely work as both are pin compatible. :)
Check this post
And it is live. More details coming soon. :)
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Ok, found at least how to fiddle with the BD Address.
There is a utility specific to this brand of BLE dongles bccmd. In order to change BD Address the following steps need to be taken:
To check scan from another device (RPI in my case)
So solved for now, although I still dont know why the local names are not shown in the scan.
@mark-doutre Alternatively, you could see if you could find a Bluetooth board that had I2C interface - I couldn't find one (though possibly BLE112 might be worth looking at - see: https://www.bluegiga.com/en-US/products/ble112-bluetooth-smart-module/), I really only found Bluetooth boards with either UART or SPI.
You could possibly use an I2C to UART bridge or an I2C to SPI bridge - these seem to be relatively available.
I also wait for it.
Hi @Boken-Lin - Recieved my BLE expansion - but looking not sure how to control/see it . You speak of a page, but no link - can you please direct me in to the right place? I am running newest firmware. Thanks so much!
On this new thread @Lazar-Demin said support might be expected shortly...
I hope it's true I'd really like to use my bluetooth expansion :)
There is nothing stopping you adding a Bluetooth module and connect to it either by the UART or by I2C. Depending on your application that may even be more convenient than using up the USB port.
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