Connect the three components together and visit https://github.com/RideData/Arduino-IMU-BT for an Arduino sketch that works with the RideData IMU Android App. Also don't forget to visit www.ridedata.net
What you'll need
All three connected together, make sure IMU is in the"J2"port as shown
Refer to video to put RideData compatible Arduino code on the Arduino (or similar)
Download the GitHub Repo https://github.com/RideData/Arduino-IMU-BT and unzip the file, copy the two folders inside the"libraries"folder into the"libraries"folder in the folder your Arduino IDE is in. Probably C:\Arduino\libraries.
Then open the Arduino IDE and copy the code in the ride_data.ino file https://github.com/RideData/Arduino-IMU-BT/blob/ma... to the Arduino IDE
It should replace the default code in the Arduino IDE.
Next save the sketch as ride_data_sketch.
With the Arduino plugged into your computer press the upload button on the Arduino IDE (Right arrow in toolbar) and wait for it to upload. If you have trouble close and reopen the Arduino IDE.
Finally open the RideData app on your phone https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com....
Start a new ride by tapping the + on the upper right corner.
Open the Navigation Drawer and Tap Settings
On the settings screen select Bluetooth+Phone
Tap save, then close and reopen the app.
With the app open again and the Arduino powered on, tap the previous ride you just created and you'll be taken to a screen to sync your Arduino with your Phone. On that screen tap"Connect"in the upper right corner, and select Seeed BT and wait for the blue light on the Arduino to stop flashing.
Now you should see data from the Arduino on your phone, tap disconnect and close the app completely.
When you reopen the app and start a new ride you'll be taken to the Bluetooth screen and record all the data from the IMU.
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