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Blue Pair


Simple Bluetooth Android app for handling device discovery and pairing.

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  1. From the app main screen, tap on the button at the bottom right corner to start Bluetooth device discovery. If the Bluetooth is not enabled, the app will turn it on for you.

Start discovery Turning on Bluetooth

  1. Each device discovered will be listed on this screen with its name and/or its MAC address. Notice that a Bluetooth device may not have a name but he will always have a MAC address.

Device found No name device found

  1. Tapping on a device will start the pairing process. During the process, you will be asked for confirmation.

Pairing started Pairing prompt

  1. If the pairing is successful, you will receive a confirmation message at the bottom of the screen and the device icon will change, showing 2 dots beside the Bluetooth symbol. Succesfully paired

Get it on Google Play

You can download this app from Google Play Store following this link: Get it on Google Play


If you want to contribute on this project, just fork this repo and submit a pull request with your changes. Improvements are always appreciated!

Project status

This project is considered completed and won't be developed further unless I get any specific requests (which I MAY consider).


You can contact me using my account e-mail or opening an issue on this repo. I'll try to reply back ASAP.

License and purpose of the project

This project was created for educational purposes, to show a working Bluetooth-based Android app and the code used to achieve it. In order to pursue this goal, the project is released under the MIT license, which lets you reuse the code for any purpose you want (even commercial) with the only requirement being copying this project license on your project.

Copyright (c) 2017 Donato Rimenti