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Has anyone here implemented a Bootloader using Bluetooth SPP ok?
I want to add remote firmware update function to my product. It has a Bluetooth module with SPP set up at 230 kB.
I am wanting to update the firmware from either an Android phone (using BT SPP) or by Computer using BT/USB dongle set up as virtual com port. This option would enable me to use the PC bootloader manager and not need to also develop the Android app I hope.
There may be some gotchas, so I would appreciate any constructive suggestions or your shared experience.
My assumptions is that the Bootlader feature is set up exactly the same the a standard UART implemented bootloader.