Connecting to the device via Bluetooth
STEP 0. Preparations
STEP 1. Powering up the Device
STEP 2. Pairing the UnlimitedHand
Appendix: How to Unpair the Bluetooth Connection
Appendix: Check the connection with Arduino IDE's Serial Monitor
STEP 0. Prior to making a bluetooth connection, please make sure that the device is NOT connected to a USB port.
STEP 1. Power on UnlimitedHand by pushing and holding on the UnlimitedHand's power button for 1 second.
STEP 2. Pair your Computer with the UnlimitedHand
For Windows users, you may be asked to compare the passcodes. Just click the "YES" button, upon the prompt.
Appendix: How to Unpair the Bluetooth ConnectionIf you want to Unpair the Bluetooth Connection, remove the device from your paired device list.
Appendix: Check the connection with Arduino IDE's Serial MonitorNOTE: If you are using Unity or Processing after the Bluetooth pairing, you don't need to do these following steps. They concern only those who wish to work with Arduino.
Appendix 1. Launch Serial Monitor at Arduino IDE
Set the serial port from "Tools" -> "Port" (/dev/cu/RNBT-* on Mac, COM* on Windows)
To launch the Serial Monitor, click the magnifier button on upper-right corner of the Arduino IDE.
Set the Baudrate to 115200 at the bottom-right corner dropdown list in the Serial Monitor Window.
If the title of Serial Monitor window displays a port name that matched with the name of your Bluetooth Port, the pairing is successful.
Appendix 2. If you can not launch Serial MonitorIf you get the "Port busy error message" when launching Serial Monitor, try removing the paired device and re-pairing it.
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