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[fixed] Problems to pass byte arrays via JNDI for Bluetooth on Android
I am trying to use an RFCOMM socket in a Qt Application for Android mobiles. Since the Bluetooth stuff is (not yet) implemented in Qt and Android provides only a Java interface, I have to use JNI. Please correct me if that's incorrect.
First, I wrote some quick and dirty lines of Java code to evaluate the Java API, and it works fine.
Log.w(this.getClass().getSimpleName(),"Received "+avail+" bytes");
BufferedReader br = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(istream)); String s=br.readLine(); Log.w(this.getClass().getSimpleName(),"Received: "+s); } }
Now I want to do the same in my Qt (c++) program. I can open the RFCOMM connection, and I can get the nput stream and output stream objects. But the remote device does not receive the command "oPA3,0" and the program does not receive the expected answer (3 bytes = "Ok\n").
qWarning("Opening RFCOMM connection");
QAndroidJniObject string = QAndroidJniObject::fromString("00001101-0000-1000-8000-00805F9B34FB");
if (!string.isValid()) qFatal("Cannot create String");
if (!uuid.isValid()) qFatal("Cannot create UUID");
if (!socket.isValid()) qFatal("Cannot create RFCOMM socket");
if (!connected) qFatal("Cannot open RFCOMM connection");
if (!istream.isValid()) qFatal("Cannot open input stream");
if (!ostream.isValid()) qFatal("Cannot open output stream");
qWarning("Sending test data"); QAndroidJniEnvironment env; char data; strcpy(data,"oPA3,0\n"); jbyteArray buffer=env->NewByteArray(100); env->SetByteArrayRegion(buffer,0,strlen(data),(jbyte*)data); ostream.callMethod<void>("write","([BII)",buffer,0,strlen(data)); ostream.callMethod<void>("flush"); QThread::msleep(1000); jint read=istream.callMethod<jint>("available"); qWarning("Received %i bytes",read); }
I think my probloem is that I have no idea how to pass the command string to Java and how to pass the response back to C++. Does anybody here know how to do that? Or maybe there is somewhere and example that I could look at?
I also tried sending single bytes instead of byte arrays, but again the bluetooth device did not receive a single character.
At least sending byte arrays should work, because it's described here: http://codeforfun.wordpress.com/2010/04/22/sharing-output-streams-through-a-jni-interface/
I found the problen cause: I needed to add some few type castings to ostream.callMethod and add the return type "V" to the method signature.
So I was able to finish my class which I now use to communicate with serial bluetooth devices (RFCOMM protocol, SPP profile).
If you are interested in the full source, checkout http://stefanfrings.de/android_qt/index-en.html