Launch the Bluefruit LE Connect app on your Android or iOS device. Below screenshots are from an Android phone, iOS app may vary slightly.

A list of available bluetooth devices will appear. Select the one labeled Adafruit Bluefruit LE.

A prompt appears asking you to choose a mode to connect-- select UART mode.

If your connection is successful, you should see sensor values update on the screen. If your connection failed, try restarting both the FLORA circuit and the Bluefruit LE app and attempt to connect again.

Configure your first two boxes as follows:



Port: 1833


UART RX: username/feeds/feedname

Under "Advanced," enter your username and AIO key, which can be found by clicking the key button in the upper right of any of your Dashboards.

Copy your AIO key into an email, file on dropbox, or other easy way to paste it into your device-- copying it from the screen is no fun (unless you love memorizing)!

After you've configured your settings, go ahead and click ENABLE at the top of the page.

If the connection isn't successful, double check your settings including your username, UART/RX path, and AIO key.

If you're connected, you can now refresh your Feeds page on to see your new data steam. Hurray! Now let's learn how to display that incoming data.

This guide was first published on Sep 30, 2015. It was last updated on Sep 30, 2015.

This page (Bluefruit LE Connect settings) was last updated on Sep 30, 2015.

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