Adafruit Bluefruit module mounts a nRF8001 produced by Nordic and you can use it with any Zerynth Supported Device (even the ESP32 device) importing the related library and connecting the Bluefruit module to device SPI interface (you can find SPI pins for each device in its related pinmap image inside Zerynth Studio).
ESP32 boasts Wifi, Bluetooth, Ethernet and Low Power support all in a single chip and the related functions/method can be managed through low-level ESP32 SDK exposed functions.
BLE support on ESP32 devices will be available in next months.
Hope this can help you
First of all thanks for your answer.
there a chance to know which low level pins are connected to the
integrated bluetooth module in the board and have they mapped into the
Zerynth virtual machine?
I have uploaded the example for
using the Adafruit Bluefruit module, but runtime I have a board reboot
because in the function ‘ble.init (SPI0, D8, D7)’ there are no correct
As mentioned in Zerynth Studio pinmap (note in left high corner) D6 to D11 are not usable because ESP32 module has always an external flash where storing its binary files, barcode, etc. and those pins are used to handle this memory.
Try with other pins and let me know
is any help me for ble on esp32
BLE support for ESP32 is still not available, but we have it scheduled and will be completed soon.
Where can I find these libraries and are their tutorials on hoe to download modules to your projects?
nrf8001 for the esp32 dev kit
That module can be used on an ESP32 only if you plug an NRF BLE module to it, is that your case?
It does not work with native ESP32 BLE.
Let me know
yes im using the module since the native ESP32 BLE is still not up and running. Any ideas of how close the native BLE will be ready as well?
AdaFruit Provides Adafruit_BLE_UART but it is in C++. When i attempt to use it, the .ccp file doesnt port over to Zerynth. Is there another code set i should be looking into or different manner to handle C++ in Zerynth