1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 30, 2020 3:45 AM by PY_21

    Address of Connected Bluetooth peer devices is incorrect

    MuNa_4652896

      Hello

       

      I am using PSoC 63 BLE and this function to get the bdAddress of the connected peer devices.

       

      //Print the Connected Device BT Address

                  cy_stc_ble_conn_handle_t connectionIndParameter = *(cy_stc_ble_conn_handle_t*) evenParam;

                  cy_stc_ble_gap_peer_addr_info_t peerBdAdd;

                  peerBdAdd.bdHandle = connectionIndParameter.bdHandle;

                        

                  uint8_t retbdAddr = Cy_BLE_GAP_GetPeerBdAddr(&peerBdAdd);

                 

                  retbdAddr = Cy_BLE_GAP_GetPeerBdAddr(&peerBdAdd);

       

       

                  //uint8_t bdAddress[6];

                  printf("\r\n Error: %x",retbdAddr);

                  printf( "\r\n   - > Device bdAddress:");

                  for(uint i=CY_BLE_BD_ADDR_SIZE ; i>0 ; i--)

                  {

                      printf( "%2.2x ", (uint8_t) peerBdAdd.bdAddr.bdAddr[i-1]);

                      //bdAddress[i] = peerBdAdd.bdAddr.bdAddr[i-1];

                  }

                  printf("\r\n");

       

      It prints a 6 bytes address, however this is not the connected device address. Usually after a long session of connections and disconnections trying things out, this address changes as well.

       

      Any ideas?

        • 1. Re: Address of Connected Bluetooth peer devices is incorrect
          PY_21

          Hello,

           

          At my end, I'm able to printing the correct central device address in CY_BLE_EVT_GATT_CONNECT_IND event. Could you please check the connected device address type ?

          Most of the smart phones use RPA(Random Private Address) as their Bluetooth device address, where this Resolvable Private Addresses (RPA) will be changed at regular intervals of time. So, if the central device uses the RPA address then it can changes over a period of time.

           

          Thanks,
          P Yugandhar.

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