Android Simple Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
This project is a simple interface to native API of Android Bluetooth le (BLE), which allows basic operations with BLE, since after searching several libraries in different sites have not been adapted to my basic requirements.
Provides a logging wrapper around both
ScanCallback, in order to figure out what is going on.
This happens by creating either
DebugBluetoothGattCallback or a
DebugScanCallback which initially log events and passes then to their enclosed instances.
Make Gatt Great Again! This library allows easy and safer usage of BluetoothGatt in Android.
It does so by taking advantage of the excellent coroutines feature in the Kotlin programming language that allows to write asynchronous code in a sequential/synchronous style, which means, without the callback hell, and without blocking any thread (which would waste memory and decrease performances).
This library makes it possible to have readable and debuggable code that interacts with Bluetooth Low Energy GATT (General Attribute), that is, the connection part of the Bluetooth Low Energy standard.
The EasyBluetooth library allows the fast creation of Bluetooth connections between devices.
This simple demo app supplys some examples about basic controls through smart bulb's protocols. And you can customize your own apps using following protocols.
A Library for easy implementation of Serial Bluetooth Classic and Low Energy on Android.
The Bluetooth Filter library allows for a more fine grained discovery. Developed with purpose-build Android application where they connect to one or two specific Bluetooth devices in mind. The Bluetooth Filter library allows those apps to only provide a minimum list of results to their users rather instead of the usual general list of all devices found.
NeatLE is an Android BTLE (Bluetooth low energy) support library that simplifies management of BTLE connections, subscriptions, devices and operations. It provides a single entry point for all BTLE related operations and helps you:
SmartDeviceLink (SDL) is a standard set of protocols and messages that connect applications on a smartphone to a vehicle head unit. This messaging enables a consumer to interact with their application using common in-vehicle interfaces such as a touch screen display, embedded voice recognition, steering wheel controls and various vehicle knobs and buttons. There are three main components that make up the SDL ecosystem.
This project contains sample code for Bluetooth communication.
Blueteeth is a simple, lightweight library intended to take away some of the cruft and tediousness of using the Android BLE API.
RxAndroidBle is a powerful painkiller for Android's Bluetooth Low Energy headaches. It is backed by RxJava, implementing complicated APIs as handy reactive observables.
A library to make classic bluetooth or BLE easier to use in Android.
Easy to use Android Reacive Bluetooth library for communicating with microcontrollers. Tiny and simple.
Android library scanning BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) beacons nearby with RxJava.
A set of helper classes for working with Bluetooth devices on Android.
This app is a simple Bluetooth connection debugging tool:
This library allows you to easily create a socket bluetooth connection for multiple android devices with one server and 7 clients max.
Smooth communication via bluetooth with other android devices or microcontrollers such as Arduino.
This library provides a
BaseBluetoothActivity that you inherit from to easily take care of:
A simple Android library for implementing Bluetooth Serial Port Profile (SPP) communication.
SmartGattLib is a Java library that simplifies the work with Bluetooth SMART devices (a.k.a. Bluetooth Low Energy in Bluetooth 4.0). It provides all UUIDs of the adopted GATT specification and an convenient way to interpret the characteristics (e.g. Heart Rate, BatteryLevel).
This library allows for easy access to a Bluetooth LE device's AdRecord and RSSI value. It offers additional functionality for iBeacons.
android-btxfr is a lightweight library designed to send and receive any type of data between Android (API 15 and higher). It can be used to exchange text, files, photos, videos, sounds, and literally any other type of binary data. The library supports anything that can be put into a byte stream and includes digest checking to ensure data integrity.
Bluetooth Serial Port Profile which comfortable to developer application to communication with micro-controller or android device via bluetooth. This library include all important methods for serial port profile on bluetooth communication. It has built-in bluetooth device list.