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@gsot96 good luck. I know there some guys in the forum who have some experience with BT.
I hope they are there and could help you much more than I can
just in the same file, before you declare the class.
or, i suppose, it would be cleaner to define inside __init__, as self.CHPROPS , then refer to it as such in inside did_discover_characteristics.
The purpose of that is to give a more meaningful display of characateristic properties -- but you could always just print c.properties, and figure out the bitmask yourself.
Oh my god! You're the MAN!
I did not know that scene module would handle that, I'm gonna read more about that module and all its capabilities!
A huge thanks Mickael, I am now following you in case I ever need some help!
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i think what your doing is possible but the way you're doing it isn't. for one apple and the Xbox remote have there Bluetooth locked down.
but if you use sockets and a pc to forward it instead it might work. you will need a pc and a library to spoof the Xbox remote but it, in theory, should work
This is the entire code. Thanks for the help.
@ccc , did you buy your TI Sensor Tag in Europe or from the USA? I want to buy a few of them.