1. Normal practice is to connect Tx to Rx and Rx to Tx. Transmitters transmit to receivers, and receivers listen to transmitters.2. None of the pictures you post appear to have anything to do with what you are actually doing, and they are all meaningless.3. You are using the hardware serial pins 0,1 for software serial. This is not a good idea. You won't do any actual damage, but you won't get anywhere either.Your intentions are unclear, but you might find the following background notes usefulhttp://homepages.ihug.com.au/~npyner/Arduino/GUIDE_2BT.pdfhttp://homepages.ihug.com.au/~npyner/Arduino/BT_2_WAY.ino Please read the instructions to see how code is prpewrly posted in this forum - using </> tags
Based on the documentations of the device(GizDuino), RX is for 0 and 1 is for TX.
On my intentions, I'm trying to connect a HC-05 Master to a HC-06 Slave. But I cant do that since I can't find another way to pair the two without using the instructions above. module.Can you recommend another way? I'm trying to digest and apply based on doc(pdf link) you gave me.
Update: I tried to run the .ino file. The only time the serial monitor it giving results is when I setted the line endings to "No line ending" but only giving the last inputted character.