BlueTooth Remote Control Car

  

How to use BlueTooth is one of the most common requests with Delphi. During our Devices and Gadgets webinar David I. showed how to browse paired BlueTooth devices and connect to them.

But wait, there’s more! Daniele Teti & Daniele Spinetti of bit Time Software created an Android client app to control a BeeWi – BBZ201 – Mini Cooper S Bluetooth Car. It may work with other BeeWi Bluetooth remote control vehicles, but has not been tested with any (that I know of).

The Multitouch code is Copyright (c) 2006-2014 Iztok Kacin, Cromis and used under the BSD license.
It currently doesn’t have BlueTooth discovery, so once you pair your device you need to update the source code with the MAC address of your car.
I’ve created a GitHub repository for the project. It should work with XE5 or AppMethod just fine. I’ve got a version updated to XE6 that exposes the controls via App Tethering too, which I will upload later.

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