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Topic: ESP32 - how to get Raw BLE-Data? (Read 49 times) previous topic - next topic

heidi02

Apr 26, 2019, 07:35 am Last Edit: Apr 26, 2019, 07:58 am by heidi02
Hello,

Neil Kolban's ESP32-libraries seem to be very powerful, but i don't understand them. The examples are working without any problems.

Is there any way to get the Raw BLE Data out of of a (passive) BLE-scan with those libraries? Like those Raw-Data that you can get with "nRF-Connect" on Android.

I'd like to receive data from some BLE-Devices that send all their useful data already in the advertisement. There is NO need to establish a connection. They send an advertisement every 2 seconds.

Does anyone have a piece of advice?

PaulS

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Is there any way to get the Raw BLE Data out of of a (passive) BLE-scan with those libraries?
There's no such thing as "raw BLE data". What, specifically, do you want?
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