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How to get a Bluetooth connection between an android device and windows

Discussion in 'Connected Games' started by gamersamer, Oct 12, 2018.

  1. gamersamer

    gamersamer

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    Hello,

    So I'm trying to get a unity application on an android device to be able to send a message to another unity application that is on a windows 10 PC. I have been trying to find unity extensions that are able to do this and even create a test application in android studios that just detects paired Bluetooth. But the end goal for the application on the android device detect that paired Bluetooth device and send a message to a unity application on that device. Would anyone know of existing projects / repositories / extensions that might help my situation.