So i've had the idea to work on this project, i'm going to hook up the Arduino and bluetooth module to a remote control car. Then i want to write an app to control the car with my phone via bluetooth. I've got the while schematic right i think... My connections are as such:
5v -> 5v
GND -> GND
RX -> TX
TX -> RX (I wasn't to sure these should be switched, but other tutorials i found they were, i guess it makes sense)
Then I have the rts and cts looped together on the bluetooth module (SparkFun bluesmirf).
So it's all hooked up at this point, it powers up.. I can even connect with my phone.
So the issue I'm having if figuring out what to do next. With the Arduino pro i don't have to do any assembly programming right? I assumed it would be like just have some command to send over the bluetooth connection to make a certain port have power.If this is true what command would i send, is there a list of them to use certain ports on the Arduino? I have test programs on my phone that allow me to send command to the bluetooth like Amarino. I've tried simple commands i though would work. I don't have the boards hooked up to the car yet, but if i send a command it know, won't the green light on the Arduino light up?
Any help will be great thanks...