Multiple RFID's with HC-05

I am using multiple RFID readers on an Arduino to read 10 sensors, once all 10 sensors are correct it turns on a relay and sends a signal to another (master) Arduino. I want to have an HC-05 that can override the RFID system and turns on the relay. For some reason when I switch the button on the app the relay will turn on then flip right back off. If you can help me figure out the correct way to make it so my HC-05 would work it would be greatly appreciated.

Here is my code below:

* "Object Placement" Puzzle
* This puzzle requires the player to place one or more items in the
* correct location, at which point an RFID tag embedded in the object
* is detected by a sensor.
* When all sensors read the tag of the correct object, the puzzle is solved.
* Demonstrates:
* - SPI interface shared between several devices
* - RFID library

int master = 2;
// Provides debugging information over serial connection if defined
#define DEBUG

// Standard SPI library comes bundled with the Arduino IDE
#include <SPI.h>
// Download and install from
#include <MFRC522.h>

// The number of RFID readers
const byte numReaders = 10;
// Each reader has a unique Slave Select pin
const byte ssPins[] = {22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31};
// They'll share the same reset pin
const byte resetPin = 8;
// This pin will be driven LOW to release a lock when puzzle is solved
const byte lockPin = 9;
// The sequence of NFC tag IDs required to solve the puzzle
const String correctIDs[] = {"571baef2","871caef2","e71caef2","d76caef2","376daef2","776caef2","176caef2","5791aff2","e71baef2","b76baef2"};

// Initialise an array of MFRC522 instances representing each reader
MFRC522 mfrc522[numReaders];
// The tag IDs currently detected by each reader
String currentIDs[numReaders];

 * Initialisation
void setup() {
  pinMode(master, OUTPUT);
  digitalWrite(master, LOW);
  #ifdef DEBUG
  // Initialise serial communications channel with the PC
  Serial.println(F("Serial communication started"));
  // Set the lock pin as output and secure the lock
  pinMode(lockPin, OUTPUT);
  digitalWrite(lockPin, LOW);
  // Initialise the SPI bus

  for (uint8_t i=0; i<numReaders; i++) {
    // Initialise the reader
    // Note that SPI pins on the reader must always be connected to certain
    // Arduino pins (on an Uno, MOSI=> pin11, MISO=> pin12, SCK=>pin13)
    // The Slave Select (SS) pin and reset pin can be assigned to any pin
    mfrc522[i].PCD_Init(ssPins[i], resetPin);
    // Set the gain to max - not sure this makes any difference...
    // mfrc522[i].PCD_SetAntennaGain(MFRC522::PCD_RxGain::RxGain_max);
	#ifdef DEBUG
    // Dump some debug information to the serial monitor
    Serial.print(F("Reader #"));
    Serial.print(F(" initialised on pin "));
    Serial.print(F(". Antenna strength: "));
    Serial.print(F(". Version : "));
    // Slight delay before activating next reader
  #ifdef DEBUG
  Serial.println(F("--- END SETUP ---"));

 * Main loop
void loop() {

      char data=; // reading the data received from the bluetooth module


        case 'a': onSolve();digitalWrite(master, HIGH);break; // when a is pressed on the app on your smart phone

        case 'b': loop();digitalWrite(master, LOW);break; // when b is pressed on the app on your smart phone

  // Assume that the puzzle has been solved
  boolean puzzleSolved = true;

  // Assume that the tags have not changed since last reading
  boolean changedValue = false;

  // Loop through each reader
  for (uint8_t i=0; i<numReaders; i++) {

    // Initialise the sensor
    // String to hold the ID detected by each sensor
    String readRFID = "";
    // If the sensor detects a tag and is able to read it
    if(mfrc522[i].PICC_IsNewCardPresent() && mfrc522[i].PICC_ReadCardSerial()) {
      // Extract the ID from the tag
      readRFID = dump_byte_array(mfrc522[i].uid.uidByte, mfrc522[i].uid.size);
    // If the current reading is different from the last known reading
    if(readRFID != currentIDs[i]){
      // Set the flag to show that the puzzle state has changed
      changedValue = true;
      // Update the stored value for this sensor
      currentIDs[i] = readRFID;
    // If the reading fails to match the correct ID for this sensor 
    if(currentIDs[i] != correctIDs[i]) {
      // The puzzle has not been solved
      puzzleSolved = false;
      digitalWrite(lockPin, LOW);
      digitalWrite(master ,LOW); 

    // Halt PICC
    // Stop encryption on PCD

  #ifdef DEBUG
  // If the changedValue flag has been set, at least one sensor has changed
    // Dump to serial the current state of all sensors
    for (uint8_t i=0; i<numReaders; i++) {
      Serial.print(F("Reader #"));
      Serial.print(F(" on Pin #"));
      Serial.print(F(" detected tag: "));

  // If the puzzleSolved flag is set, all sensors detected the correct ID
  // Add a short delay before next polling sensors

 * Called when correct puzzle solution has been entered
void onSolve(){

  #ifdef DEBUG
  // Print debugging message
  Serial.println(F("Puzzle Solved!"));
  // Release the lock
  digitalWrite(lockPin, HIGH);
  digitalWrite(master, HIGH);


 * Helper function to return a string ID from byte array
String dump_byte_array(byte *buffer, byte bufferSize) {
  String read_rfid = "";
  for (byte i=0; i<bufferSize; i++) {
    read_rfid = read_rfid + String(buffer[i], HEX);
  return read_rfid;
    // Dump some debug information to the serial monitor
    Serial.print(F("Reader #"));

      char data=; // reading the data received from the bluetooth module

While you can have bluetooth and serial monitor sharing the hardware serial port, you can only use it to watch bluetooth operations on the monitor. Either do your debugging before you connect bluetooth. or put bluetooth on a different port.

case 'b': loop();digitalWrite(master, LOW);break;

You appear to be using your loop as a subroutine. I'm betting that isn't kosher.