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Detecting connected Bluetooth devices on Android

In Appmethod, we include many different components. This includes visual components for user interface elements and also non-visual components for database access, accessing device sensors/services, connecting to REST services etc.

While Appmethod includes many pre-built components for fast application development, you get full platform access to any APIs you need, including those we don’t already wrap in components. 

In the case of Bluetooth, we don’t have a pre-built component, but you have full access to Bluetooth in code. Click this link to download a basic example that shows you how to detect connected bluetooth devices in code on Android.




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I was born in Bonn (Germany, 1966). I started Pascal programming (1981) after the introduction into Eumel / Elan, Basic, and the programming in Z80 Assembler (FL-DOS for MZ-800), with UCSD Pascal (Apple II) and Turbo Pascal 1.0 on CP/M. In 1986, I founded my software company. With the release of Delphi XE2 and the first version of Firemonkey, I realized that this is the right time for a jump into iOS- and Android App programming. FireMonkey represents the future for upcoming software development. While FireMonkey is running very well in the current version, I assumed that we are currently only scratching the surface of the given possibilities. For rookies in FMX-Development, there are some hidges to overcome. Therefore, I decided to hold lectures and visit events to show the power and possibilities of Firemonkey. My friends call me “ambassador of Firemonkey”, because my answer to every question is: “Use FMX”. In 2016 I started a new project to help building applications with Firemonkey. My FDK (Firemonkey Development Kit) released in 2017 – is the reason why my development with Firemonkey is so easy by using this kit. The name was not wisely chosen, because every developer could use my Kit (even under VCL) to speed up the development of new projects. Do you need help? Of course, I offer training and consulting for Firemonkey (and VCL).

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