I have an AI2 app that I have up and running and trying to transition to ThX.
ThX has several nice feautures that I can use.
My AI2 app uses BT Classic and ThX uses BLE. The BT is used to send temp, Ph and dissolved oxygen values from ESP32 to BT android phone.
At this point I only need the BTClassic comm.
Can I download an extension for BTClassic? If so, which extension is recommended?
I’ve implemented this simple test in AI2 and I get a list of the scanned devices. When I move to ThX I don’t get any devices list.
My conclusion, is that there must be something that I’m not considering. ThX is web based so I’m getting the latest version. I’ve looked at countless youtube vids and read many articles on this subject but keep coming up with a blank.
My current thought is that the transition from BTClassic to BLE is an issue, possibly misunderstandings on my part. What I would like to do is start with a BTClassic extension and determine if that works then move to BLE. Thus my question from above “Can I download an extension for BTClassic?”
Thanks…response to jgibb q’s:
Q: what type of device are you using currently? Samsung note, iPhone, etc.
Q: is your phone up to date?
A: Yes, it auto updates
Q:your blocks only show a place to handle the error, what are you doing with the other green component blocks?
A: This is just a simple test to display the scanned devices. The depiction, in the original post, for the Design/Blocks is the complete test. I only want to display scanned devices…very simple.
In fact, it’s part of a you tube vid put out by Thunkable, see below:
Q: is your bluetooth on?
A: Yes, as I said in my original question I downloaded an app from app store called Serial Terminal Emulator. This basically emulates the ThX code and let’s me test my server setup. The results is the emulation displays the all scanned devices.
Q: can you post a share link to help you further?
A: Everything that I can link has been given in the original post. Keep in mind that this is just a test app for scanning. It’s very simple…the total components are minimal.
Q:are these the only blocks? is there anything else going on potentially that could be interfering?
A: I’ve thought about that and the fact that my emulation app lists the scanned devices leads me to believe that there are no other issues.