Android Question BLE2 cannot connect to BLE module from my Android device

PhilN

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I use an app called Microchip Bluetooth Data to scan, connect, send and receive data to and from the BM78 module from my Samsung Galaxy A50 running Android 10. So I can connect from my phone to the BLE module. Now I am trying to connect using the BLE example here.

I have scoured the B4A forum for hours looking for info that could help me connect to the BM78 module from the example app. I even tried restarting my phone hoping that it might reset the BLE hardware and hopefully get things working. It did not.

Below is the unfiltered log when I press the Scan & Connect button:

Log:
ViewPostIme pointer 0
ViewPostIme pointer 1
startLeScan(): null
STATE_ON
uid=10393(b4a.example) identical 1 line
STATE_ON
Start Scan with callback
onScannerRegistered() - status=0 scannerId=12 mScannerId=0
Found: Zodiac BT 5, 34:81:F4:32:56:23, RSSI = -64, (MyMap) {9=[B@5799070, 1=[B@564cfe9, 10=[B@a7bb46e, 0=[B@2b9870f}
stopLeScan()
STATE_ON
STATE_ON
Stop Scan with callback
connecting
STATE_ON
connect() - device: 34:81:F4:32:56:23, auto: false
isSecureModeEnabled
registerApp()
registerApp() - UUID=60a0e862-2933-46e5-a7b0-1104005591db
onClientRegistered() - status=0 clientIf=12
onClientConnectionState() - status=133 clientIf=12 device=34:81:F4:32:56:23
close()
unregisterApp() - mClientIf=12
Disconnected

So it seems as though it never actually connects and I don't know what I can do to fix this. I'm not sure what to make of the unfiltered log above. Does anyone have any ideas?
 

DonManfred

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BM78 is that REALLY a BLE Device?
I just found out that it is BLUETOOTH....

Did you tried to connect to it using Bluetooth Admin?
 
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