Getting Started Developing Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) Android Apps using Android Studio

Getting Started Developing Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) Android Apps using Android Studio

Getting Started Developing Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) Android Apps using Android Studio

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About this course

This class will help you create simple proof-of-concept apps using the Android™ Studio development environment. Most embedded developers are not expected to create professional mobile apps but may need a simple app to test and demonstrate the functionality of their Bluetooth product. 

You will learn how to use the official Android Studio development environment, how Android apps are structured, touch on key features of the Java language, and go into Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) support in more detail. 

The class will use Android phones to connect to Microchip RN4870 BLE modules. The hands-on demonstrations will step through the procedures to scan, connect, discover services, and send and receive data over a BLE connection.

Curriculum69 min

  • Syllabus
  • Hardware and Software Setup
  • Hardware 3 min
  • Software 1 min
  • First Project 2 min
  • Debugging on a Phone 2 min
  • Android App Developement
  • Material for download
  • Activities 6 min
  • Layouts 2 min
  • Code 5 min
  • Material for Intents
  • Intents 7 min
  • Material for Services
  • Services 8 min
  • Bluetooth LE in Android
  • Material for Permissions
  • Permissions 7 min
  • Material for Scan Basics
  • Scan Basics 4 min
  • Demo App
  • Scan Demo 7 min
  • Connect 3 min
  • Discover Services 6 min
  • Send
  • Receive
  • Your Feedback
  • We need your Feedback
  • Questions and Answers

About this course

This class will help you create simple proof-of-concept apps using the Android™ Studio development environment. Most embedded developers are not expected to create professional mobile apps but may need a simple app to test and demonstrate the functionality of their Bluetooth product. 

You will learn how to use the official Android Studio development environment, how Android apps are structured, touch on key features of the Java language, and go into Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) support in more detail. 

The class will use Android phones to connect to Microchip RN4870 BLE modules. The hands-on demonstrations will step through the procedures to scan, connect, discover services, and send and receive data over a BLE connection.

Curriculum69 min

  • Syllabus
  • Hardware and Software Setup
  • Hardware 3 min
  • Software 1 min
  • First Project 2 min
  • Debugging on a Phone 2 min
  • Android App Developement
  • Material for download
  • Activities 6 min
  • Layouts 2 min
  • Code 5 min
  • Material for Intents
  • Intents 7 min
  • Material for Services
  • Services 8 min
  • Bluetooth LE in Android
  • Material for Permissions
  • Permissions 7 min
  • Material for Scan Basics
  • Scan Basics 4 min
  • Demo App
  • Scan Demo 7 min
  • Connect 3 min
  • Discover Services 6 min
  • Send
  • Receive
  • Your Feedback
  • We need your Feedback
  • Questions and Answers