1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 31, 2015 3:30 PM by VikramR_26

    Android NDK Help Getting Started

      I need to write some code at the Android NDK level to access some Bluetooth features that aren't exposed at the Java level. For example, I want to have a 2nd bluetooth adapter on my Android device and listen for other devices in range.  I know that the Bluedroid stack in the Android OS comes from Broadcom, so I hope I'm in the right place.  I've tried to follow some of the code that's in the AOSP distribution, but there's not much documentation, and I'm having trouble making much progress.  I think that I want to get to the point where I can call a userial_read() API, but it seems like there's a lot of bootstrapping that I need to do first in my code.  I was looking at the bte_main.c code, and trying to use that as a model.  But, I'm not sure if that's the right way to go.  What's the right place to look for documentation?  Is there any sample bluedroid C code that I should use as a model?  Thanks!