Mar 14, 2017

TunesGo More Than An iTunes Alternative

TunesGo - Not Only An iTunes Alternative Andro Root

Wondershare TunesGo - Not Only An iTunes Alternative it is All in One Software for your Smartphone


Today I am here with another Cool Software that will help you to Use, Manage your Smartphones and Perform some cool tasks, And this time not only for Android Smartphone but also for iDevices like iPhone, iTunes, IPad, IPod etc.The Name of the software is TunesGo.TunesGo is developed by Wondershare.Wondershare is a popular Software company. Wondershare offers a variety of Softwares like PDF Tools, PC and Mobile Utilities, Converters, Video Editor( Filmora ), Photo slideshow ( Dvd Slideshow maker)etc.You can check and try their awesome Software and products by visiting "Homepage of Wondershare"

TunesGo - Not Only An iTunes Alternative

TunesGo

Introduction : -
Now Let's Talk about Wondershare TunesGo, TunesGo is a multifunctional Software for Android and iOS devices and Available for Windows and Mac OS.After using it for hours I can say that TunesGo is the Ultimate solution for all the Common and Basic with some Advanced problem and tasks of Smartphone. Wondershare TunesGo allows you to manage your library and classify your music and also use android and IOS to synchronize your library by using this advanced software. Besides, this advanced windows tool allows you to convert youtube videos to Itunes with ease. Wondershare TuneGo is also a Rooting tool for Android (You can Read about Rooting Here- Everything About Android Rooting).Moreover, it also provides a dynamic backup of data including “contacts, music, tracks, Playlists, Apps…etc”. It also allows its users to import, export, Create contacts from PC to iPhone, iTunes, Ipad, Ipod and all the Android Smartphone.So it can be used as -
  • An iTunes alternative (with some Advantages)
  • A Rooting Tool ( Android) 
  • A Data Import-Export Tool (Music, Pictures, Videos  etc.)
  • A Backup Tool (Playlist, Messages, Contacts etc.)
  • Converter (Videos for iDevices, Photos to Gif)
As I said that TunesGo is one of the best iTune Alternative and here is why?  I have searched the Internet, finding that people who are looking for best alternatives to iTunes have different reasons for that. Some expect iTunes alternatives to be faster when transferring music to Apple devices. Some others want intuitive iTunes alternatives to manage music and movie libraries.TunesGo has all the missing features of iTunes.TunesGo is Very Fast compared to the iTune.With TunesGo You can easily Manage, Import, Export, Create, Backup and Restore all the data.Thus TunesGo is better than iTunes.

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TunesGo is Also a Rooting Software and it can root most of the Android Devices, Specially it is having a good success rate in Rooting Chinese Android Devices.Tunes Go Can Import and Export All the Media files from PC to iDevice / Android and vise-verse.And it supports a huge number of files types.TunesGo also can fix Music tags and delete Duplicate tracks, It can manage, transfer and organize music and playlists without iTunes limitation. By Using this, you can transfer music from a computer to multiple iPhones, iPods, and iPads without erasing the original data on the devices.


Features of TunesGo: -

TunesGo - Not Only An iTunes Alternative
All the feature of the TunesGo is Listed Below:-


  • Connect Multiple devices at same time 
  • Supports Most of the iOS Devices 
    • iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch with iOS 5 or later 
    • iPod Classic,iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle with iPod OS 1.0 and Later 
  • Support Most of the Android Devices 
    • All Devices with Android 2.2 or later. 
  • Phone to Phone Transfer 
  • Fix iOS and iPod Devices 
  • Rebuild iTunes Library 
  • iOS Media Manager 
    • Transfer songs and videos without iTunes, 
    • Fix your music tags, erase duplicate tracks, 
    • Backup your entire music library to your computer. 
  • iOS Photo Manager 
    • Import & Export iPhone/iPad photos 
    • Backup photos from iPhone&iPad to computer 
    • Manage albums and create Gifs from static photos, live photos or video clips 
  • iOS Contacts Manager 
    • Import contacts to iOS devices from computer, iCloud, Outlook etc. 
    • Backup contacts to your computer, iCloud, Gmail, Outlook etc. 
    • Edit, add, delete contacts and merge duplicate contacts 
  • iOS SMS Manager 
    • Import/Export messages to/from iOS devices 
    • Backup & Restore SMS 
  • iOS App Manager 
    • Batch install or uninstall apps 
    • Backup all .ipa apps from your iOS device to your computer as a batch (iOS 9 or below) 
  • Android Media Manager 
    • Transfer music and videos between Android and computer without limit 
    • Fix ID3 tags, including album artwork, play counts, ratings and other related data 
    • Backup & restore songs, playlists, video clips and other media 
  • Android Photo Manager 
    • Import & Export Android photos 
    • Backup photos from Android devices to computer 
    • Manage albums and create Gifs from static photos, motion photos or video clips 
  • Android Contacts Manager 
    • Import contacts to Android devices from computer, Outlook, Gmail etc. 
    • Backup contacts to your computer, Outlook, Gmail etc. 
    • Edit, add, delete contacts and merge duplicate contacts 
  • Android SMS Manager 
    • Import/Export messages to/from Android devices 
    • Backup & Restore SMS 
    • Send text messages From Your Computer 
  • Android App Manager 
    • Batch install or uninstall apps 
    • Backup .apk apps and app data from your Android device to your computer 
    • Uninstall pre-installed apps and bloatware (Use 1-click root first) 
  • 1-Click Root 
    • Root your Android device with just one click 
  • 1-Click Backup 
    • Backup music, videos, contacts, SMS, apps, app data, calendar, call logs to your computer 
    • Restore music, videos, contacts, SMS, apps, app data, calendar, call logs from backup files to your phone 
  • Phone to Phone Transfer 
    • Transfer music, videos, playlists, contacts, photos between Android and iOS/Android and Android/iOS and iOS devices 
  • File Explorer 
    • Get full access to the storage of your iOS or Android device 
    • Use Your iOS or Android Device as a Flash Drive
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After all the features I am explaining All the required step to Install and use TunesGo Easily,

User Interference and Process to connect: -

TunesGo - Not Only An iTunes Alternative

The User Interference of TunesGo is very good and easy all the Functions are arranged category wise in a perfect and user-friendly manner. The Mac version will be with the same functions. Meanwhile, you can fulfill the tasks on the Mac as well by following the steps mentioned for the Windows version.Here is the process to download, Install and connect TunesGo.

How to Install Wondershare TuneGo

You need an Internet Connection on a Windows or Mac Computer to download TunesGo Software (less than 50 MB).You also need a data cable to connect Smartphone with PC.There are nothing Special requirements.So you don't have to worry about.Just download and install the TunesGo with these easy steps.



    TunesGo - Not Only An iTunes Alternative
  1. Go to https://tunesgo.wondershare.com/  ( 30 days Free Trial )
  2. Select Your Os Either Try on Windows or Try on Mac.
  3. In the DropDown Menu, Three Options will be available 
  4. TunesGo - Not Only An iTunes Alternative

    1. For iOS. 
    2. For Android 
    3. For Ios and Android
  5. Select your option According to Your Need.
  6. A tiny downloader/Installer will be downloaded.
  7. Open it.
  8. A New window/Installer will be launched as the First image, Click on Install.
  9. Now it will download and install TunesGo Automatically.

How To Connect Android Device or iDevices with TunesGo


TunesGo - Not Only An iTunes Alternative
It is very easy Process.
  1. Open the TuneGo Software On your Pc.
  2. Now Use the Data cable to connect Smartphone to PC.
  3. On your phone Screen a Window will pop up and title will be Allow USB Debugging.(as shown in the image.)
  4. Allow USB debugging by pressing OK
  5. Now TuneGo will Install the driver.
  6. After installation Completed/Connection Established the main menu will be opened.
  7. And you will found all the supported functions and options.
  8. All the Process are One click task.

Plans And Price of TunesGo:-
There is Nothing to hide about this software.You can download and use this awesome software and all its feature for 30 days without any cost (free/Trial).When the Trial Period will be expired you have to buy TunesGo according to your need.You can Check the price list and Plans.
TunesGo - Not Only An iTunes Alternative
Prices can be changed.Plans and price on Date - 13/3/2017

The Process to Purchase TunesGo Software is as simple As the downloading process was but this time you have to Select Buy option instead of Try.There is also some Additional benefits of Purchasing TunesGo are as following,


  1. All The features of TunesGo
  2. 100% Clean Software and process
  3. 30 days Money Back Guarantee
  4. 1 to 1 Support
  5. Free Lifetime Updates.


TunesGo - Not Only An iTunes Alternative


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Conclusion: -

I  am personally a big fan of Wondershare's Products and when I heard about Wondershare TunesGo then I could not stop me to give it a try and write a review about TunesGo. And I am so impressed by the speed of transfer from TuneGo to my record library.The rooting process to Root Android Smartphone is very simple and effective.The Long list of features, Simple UI and some Advance Utility like backup-Restore and manager is very cool and works very smoothly.So you can give it a try and explore all of its features.If you know any better app or app with similar cool features then you can use the comment box to share with us.

Mar 4, 2017

How To Recover Data From Android Device

Recover Data from Formatted, Bricked or Damaged Android Device

Recover Data from Formatted, Bricked or Damaged Android Device

This is another informative Tutorial of Andro Root and this time with Android Data Recovery and if you come here through any search engine then there will be one of the three reasons first one is, You have accidently deleted some important data from the phone, formatted your storage or Bricked your Smartphone and worry about all the data. From above three reasons first 2 reasons are not so bad but the third one is worst.But you don't have to worry about this.In this Article I am explaining steps and methods to recover data from Formatted, Bricked or damaged Android Device.

Before dealing with the methods and steps you have to follow some points which are listed below.
  • Stop using your Android once deleting happens. Otherwise, new data will overwrite the deleted ones.
  • Enable USB Debugging Mode in Android by these simple steps : -
    • For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings"> "Applications"> "Development" > "USB debugging".
    • For Android 3.0 - 4.1: Go to "Settings" > "Developer options" > "USB debugging".
    • For Android 4.2 or newer: Hit "Settings" > "About phone". Tab "Build number" for 7 times till the dialogue box "You are under developer mode" occurs. Then go back to "Settings" > "Developer options" > "USB Debugging".
Now Moving to the Main part of this Article and you have to follow the suitable Method for your Problem.

  • How to Recover Data from Formatted Android: -

There are some Recovery Softwares and they are able to recover data from Your Formatted Memory Card and internal storage from Any Android Smartphone.These Software provides a very easy User Interference and can recover most of the Important data like Contacts, Messages, Photos, Music, Documents and some types of archive files also.
After Some Researches and exploring some websites I found two good software and both are listed below with proper steps to recover files.

1.dr.fone for Android by wondershare

How to Recover Data from Formatted Android

(Windows & Mac)

Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android is a capable recovery solution for Android smartphones. It allows you to directly recover deleted data from SD cards inside Android devices.With Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android you can recover SMS text messages and contacts and also can retrieve photos, video, audio, and documents that have been lost due to all manner of situations; whether that be file deletion, restoring factory settings, flashing ROM, or rooting the device.Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android has an easy to use interface that can be navigation by users of all levels of expertise. It is lightweight and does not use a lot of system resources. Overall, this rather useful toolkit could get you out of a few sticky situation when it comes to data recovery for your Android device.
Steps To Recover Data from android with dr.fone for Android:-
Method 1: - Directly from Android Smartphone

  1. Download the installer from the here and open it, A new window will appear as shown below and read the wondershare license agreement and click on the box at the bottom of the left side.Then click on Install.
    How to Recover Data from Formatted Android
  2. After Installation completed Launch dr.fone toolkit for Android on your computer, and select Data Recovery among all the toolkits.
  3. Connect your Android phone to the computer using a USB cable. Please make sure you have enabled USB debugging on your Android phone.
  4. If your Android os version is 4.2.2 or above, there will be a pop-up message on your Android phone, tap on OK to allow USB debugging.
  5. After the phone is connected successfully, dr.fone for Android will display all the data types it supports to recover. By default, it has checked all the file types. You can just select the type of data that you'd like to recover. And then click "Next" to continue the data recovery process.
  6. There are two scanning modes. You can read the description and choose the "Standard Mode" or the "Advanced Mode" here to continue according to your need. We recommend you to try "Standard Mode" first, which works faster. If it doesn't find the files you are looking for, you can then try "Advanced Mode".
  7. Now, click "Start" to begin analyzing and scanning your device.
  8. Now, dr.fone toolkit for Android is scanning your Android phone to recover deleted data. This process will take a few minutes. Just be patient. Precious things are always worth waiting for.("There might be a Superuser authorization appearing on your device during the scan. If you get it, click "Allow" to continue. If not, just skip this step.")
  9. When the scan is complete, you can preview the found data one by one. Check the items you want and click "Recover" to save them all on your computer.
Method 2: - Directly from Memory Card
  1. Download the installer from the here and open it, A new window will appear as shown in the method 1 step 1 and read the wondershare license agreement and click on the box at the bottom of the left side.Then click on Install.
  2. After Installation completed Launch dr.fone toolkit for Android on your computer, and select Data Recovery among all the toolkits.
  3. Click on Android SD Card Data Recovery at the bottom of the program.
  4. Connect a micro SD card via your Android device or a card reader.
  5. When your SD card is detected by the program, you will see the window. Select your SD card and click "Next" to continue.
  6. Select a scan mode to scan your SD card.There are two scan modes for Android SD card recovery. Our suggestion is to try the Standard Mode first. If you can't find what you want, you can try the Advance Mode later. Using Standard Mode, you can choose to scan for only deleted files or scan for all files on your SD card. The latter is suggested, which will help you find more complete files.
  7. Select the recovery mode you would like to try and click on Next to begin scanning your SD card.
  8. After the scanning process, all found files will be displayed in categories. From the left sidebar, you can click different data types to display the corresponding results. You can selectively check or un-check the files and then click "Recover" to start the data recovery process.
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2.FonePaw Android Data Recovery by FonePaw mobile solution

How to Recover Data from Formatted Android

"Root Required"

FonePaw Android Data Recovery supports many hot Android brands, such as Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola, Sony, Google Nexus, Huawei, ZTE. It is compatible with Android 2.1 - 6.1. Just feel free to download it.FonePaw Android Data Recovery specializes in recovering deleted contacts (phone numbers, names, emails), messages (content, phone numbers, sending/received date), and call logs (names, phone numbers, call type, duration), WhatsApp (messages/attachments), photos, videos, audios and documents from Android devices. If you forget or fail to back up your devices, you can still regain the data. And all the work can be effortlessly done - just connect the device, select files, scan data, and recover.

  1. Install and run FonePaw Android Data Recovery. Then connect Android device to PC with a USB cable that came with it.
  2. Turn on the Android device and touch for USB debugging. Then, the computer can access the connected portable device
  3. When Smartphone is successfully matched now, you will be asked to select files types that you are intended to restore. Tick whichever ones you want and then the "Next" button. Android Data Recovery will scan and check all your options in the connected Samsung.
  4. In this step, the program will check device information and then try to get root permission, turn on the connected Smartphone. Then go the Smartphone and hit "Allow/Grant/ Authorize" to make sure the root request is accepted.
  5. Once the program gets root permission, it will enable a data scan. Scanning can take some time. During this process, please wait patiently.
  6. When Scanning is done! All the selected items are orderly sorted and listed in the left pane. Choose your wanted contents. They will be exhaustively shown in the table. If there is too much information, tap the "ON" icon and set to display the deleted items only. 
  7. After that, choose all or some of them. And click "Recover", all that deleted files will be retrieved and saved on your computer.

  • How to Recover Data from Bricked Android Smartphone: -

3. EaseUS MobiSaver for Android by EaseUS

How to Recover Data from Bricked Android Smartphone

Must Read :- How To Unbrick Any Android Smartphone

There are two types of Smartphone Brick First one is Soft Brick and Second One Is Hard Brick.Since bricked android smartphones or tablets may probably lead to files loss, it's demanded to find a way to retrieve important data from the bricked Android, like contacts, pictures, songs, documents, etc. However, experts remind users not to do anything out of knowledge to unbrick Android and try to extract data from it, as it may result in data overwriting.In this regard, EaseUS MobiSaver for Android comes to the first place when average users are trying desperately to get back data. It has been tested useful for data recovery from bricked Android of popular brands.

 (Root Required)



Steps to Recover Data from Bricked Android Smartphone: -


  1. Download the Software  EaseUS MobiSaver for Android .
  2. Install and run EaseUS MobiSaver for Android and connect your Android phone to the computer with USB cable. Then click "Start" button to make the software recognize and connect your device.
  3. After connected your Android phone, the software will quickly scan the device to find all the existing and lost data. You can easily find the lost files you want by choosing the correct file types.
  4. Preview all the recoverable files one by one and then you can select out those you want quickly. Here you can turn on "Only displayed deleted items" option to list the deleted files only. Finally, you can click "Recover" button to get the selected files back once.
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Conclusion:-
I hope One of the methods from this Article  "How To Recover Data from Android Device" will solve your problem and will recover all the lost and required data from your Android Smartphone.These Software are having good success rate with Android devices.That's why I have included them in the list.If you have any suggestion or any other Software better then these software then you can write it in the comment section.Feel Free to Ask your Query, And keep visiting.

Feb 15, 2017

How To Make a Rover with Robotics Arm


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How to Make AndroBot: A Rover with Robotics Arm

Previously on Andro Root, I have Posted a tutorial onHow to make an Android Controlled Robot.It was for beginners and it is having fewer functions and was very easy to build.Now I am planning for something bigger and better with lots of cool functions. Basically, AndroBot is an Android Controlled Advanced Robot and it is a combination of Android Controlled Rover With Robotics Arm.The AndroBot is inspired through a Robot which I saw in the movie" The Hurt Locker ". I am not a well experienced Robotics Project maker but I know that I can make a similar one, And I also know that it will be not of that quality, accuracy and costly but it can perform same tasks.
After many attempts, research and experiments I found all the possible combination of things to make the similar robot.The Robot Will have all the basic functions of a Rover Previous Project, and a Robotic arm will also be Attached on it.I have divided  Complete Project into Three Part which is as following 
  1. How To Make a Bluetooth Controlled Robot v2
  2. How to Make a Bluetooth Controlled Robotic Arm
Without wasting more time I will take all the parts one by one and explain them and show you that how I made it.so read the tutorial carefully and enjoy Robotics.

How To Make a Bluetooth Controlled Robot

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First, I am explaining that how you can make an Android Controlled robot/Rover. To make this rover, I just modified the Previous Project Android Controlled Robot, and I got the result that I want to.The Rover/Bot will be controlled through the Bluetooth and all its function will be controlled through the Atmega 328p-PU Microcontroller.We are also using an L298N motor driver Board which will control the Motors.All the Above thing will be powered by a 12v battery.
 I added some Advanced Function, And the list of its functions are as Following:-
  1. Four-way Movement
  2. Front and Back-light
  3. Horn
  4. Indication Light
  5. A Smartphone can Be Added to be used as Camera.
So After All the Introduction about the plan and ideas, let's talk about the Requirements:-

Requirements To make Android Controlled Robot:-
  • 1 x Arduino Uno Board
  • 1 x L298N Motor driver Board
  • 1 x Bluetooth Module
  • 1 x 12v battery
  • 2 xWhite LED
  • 1 x Red LED
  • 1 x Indication LED Any Color
  • 4 x Bo Motor or 2 x 12v Geared Motor
  • 1 x Buzzer
  • 4 x Toy tires(if you have Bo Motors )If using 2 x 12v Geared Motor then Two Tyres and a Coster wheel.
  • 1 x Switch



Other Requirements;-
  • 1 x Robot Chassis/base: - I made it with combining 2 CD/DVD Outlets
  • 1 x PC/Laptop (Just for coding and watching the received videos from the bot)
  • Arduino IDE
  • 2 x Android Phone
  • Android App to control a robot.

How To make Rover/Robot Chassis:
The Arm will be mounted on the Rover so Please choose a solid and strong chassis I have made the Rover's Body and chassis with outlets(outer Body) of two old CD/DVD drives of PC.The Chassis and body will be Strong enough to carry the weight it will be solid and having a large space to mount all the part and components.The chassis will have same arrangements as shown in the figure below.

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About the components:-

Arduino Uno:-
The Arduino Board is an awesome Board which is very helpful to make and build some cool Project.The Arduino Uno R3 uses an ATmega328p-pu instead of the 8U2 or 16U2 found on the Uno (or the FTDI found on previous generations). This allows for faster transfer rates and more memory. No drivers needed for Linux or Mac (.inf file for Windows is needed and included in the Arduino IDE), and the ability to have the Uno show up as a keyboard, mouse, joystick, etc.The Uno R3 also adds SDA and SCL pins next to the AREF. In addition, there are two new pins placed near the RESET pin. One is the IOREF that allow the shields to adapt to the voltage provided from the board. The other is a not connected and is reserved for future purposes. The Uno R3 works with all existing shields but can adapt to new shields which use these additional pins.Arduino is an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple i/o board and a development environment that implements the Processing/Wiring language. Arduino can be used to develop stand-alone interactive objects or can be connected to software on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, Max MSP). The open-source IDE can be downloaded for free (currently for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux).Note: The Arduino Uno R3 requires the Arduino 1.0 drivers folder in order to install properly on some computers.


  • FEATURES OF ARDUINO UNO R3:-


    • ATmega328 microcontroller
    • Input voltage - 7-12V
    • 14 Digital I/O Pins (6 PWM outputs)
    • 6 Analog Inputs
    • 32k Flash Memory
    • 16Mhz Clock Speed


Bluetooth Module:-


The HC-05 module is easy to use Bluetooth SPP (Serial Port Protocol) module, designed for transparent wireless serial connection setup.
Serial port Bluetooth module is fully qualified Bluetooth V2.0+EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) 3Mbps Modulation with complete 2.4GHz radio transceiver and baseband. It uses CSR Bluecore 04-External single chip Bluetooth system with CMOS technology and with AFH(Adaptive Frequency Hopping Feature)


Hardware Features

  • Typical -80dBm sensitivity
  • Up to +4dBm RF transmit power
  • Low Power 1.8V Operation,1.8 to 3.6V I/O
  • PIO control
  • UART interface with programmable baud rate
  • With integrated antenna
  • With edge connector
L298N Motor Driver:-

Internally the L298N consists of four independent power amps with 5-volt digital inputs and four high current, high voltage power amplifiers capable of driving single DC motors, and both unipolar and bipolar stepper motors.
The four amplifiers are usually used in pairs forming an H-bridge to switch polarity for to control the direction of a single DC motor or as two pairs of H-bridges a bi-polar stepper motor. This part seems to be the favorite of hobby robot builders.

Step By step Procedure to make An Android Controlled Robot:-
 Chassis:-
Either Use Readymade Chassis some of them are As following:-

Or Make an easy one like I made:-
  1. We need some Large space so Bring two Bad CD/DVD Drive from old PC.
  2. Open the Case/Outlet/Outer Body Of that CD/DVD drive using Screw Driver.
  3. Join them As shown in the image.

  4. Now Connect the clamps of the geared Motor, If you are using Bo Motor then fit them on the chassis as the Following diagram.


So now we have made a chassis for the complete Project.and we are moving to the next most important thing which is Circuit Assembly.
Observe the following circuit Diagram which is made by Fritzing Software and then Make the connection.

Circuit Diagram To Make an Android Controlled Robot

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  • Power Supply:-
    • L298N's +12v         =  +12v battery
    • L298N's GND        =  Gnd of Battery and GND of Arduino
    • L298N's 5v            =  Arduino's VIN
  • Arduino Board ---- Bluetooth Module
    • Arduino's RX       = Bluetooth Module's Tx
    • Arduino's TX       = Bluetooth Module's Rx
    • Arduino's 5v         = Bluetooth Module's VCC
    • Arduino's GND    = Bluetooth Module's GND
  • Arduino Board ---- L298N Motor Driver Board
    • Arduino's 5           = in1
    • Arduino's 6           = in2
    • Arduino's 10         = in3
    • Arduino's 11         = in4
  • Arduino Board ---- LED and Buzzer
    • Arduino's 2           = Buzzer's red
    • Arduino's 3           = Red Led ( with 220ohm resistor)
    • Arduino's 4           = White LED ( with 220ohm resistor)

Code or Program to Make an Android Controlled Robot

Download the file AndroBot_rover.ino
or copy following Code and paste in IDE
//The AndroBot By Sourabh Kumar @ http://www.androroot.com
#define in1 5 //L298n Motor Driver pins.
#define in2 6
#define in3 10
#define in4 11
#define whitelight 4
#define redlight 3
#define buzzer 2
#define LED 12
int command; //Int to store app command state.
int Speed = 204; // 0 - 255.
int Speedsec;
int buttonState = 0;
int lastButtonState = 0;
int Turnradius = 0; //Set the radius of a turn, 0 - 255 Note:the robot will malfunction if this is higher than int Speed.
int brakeTime = 45;
int brkonoff = 1; //1 for the electronic braking system, 0 for normal.
void setup() {
  pinMode(LED, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(in1, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(in2, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(in3, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(in4, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(whitelight, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(redlight, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(buzzer, OUTPUT);
  Serial.begin(9600);  //Set the baud rate to your Bluetooth module.
    Serial.println("The SKY Bot");
}
 void loop()
 {if (Serial.available() > 0) {
    command = Serial.read();
    Stop(); //Initialize with motors stoped.
    switch (command) {
      case 'F':
        forward();
        break;
      case 'B':
        back();
        break;
      case 'L':
        left();
        break;
      case 'R':
        right();
        break;
      case 'G':
        forwardleft();
        break;
      case 'I':
        forwardright();
        break;
      case 'H':
        backleft();
        break;
      case 'J':
        backright();
        break;
      case '0':
        Speed = 100;
        break;
      case '1':
        Speed = 140;
        break;
      case '2':
        Speed = 153;
        break;
      case '3':
        Speed = 165;
        break;
      case '4':
        Speed = 178;
        break;
      case '5':
        Speed = 191;
        break;
      case '6':
        Speed = 204;
        break;
      case '7':
        Speed = 216;
        break;
      case '8':
        Speed = 229;
        break;
      case '9':
        Speed = 242;
        break;
      case 'q':
        Speed = 255;
        break;
     
    case 'U': // Red light on
    Serial.println("Red LIght On");
    digitalWrite(redlight, HIGH);
    break;
 
    case 'u': // Red light off
    Serial.println("Red Light Off");  
    digitalWrite(redlight, LOW);
    break;
 
    case 'W': // Front Lights On
    Serial.println("White LIght On");
    digitalWrite(whitelight, HIGH);
    break;
 
    case 'w': // Front Lights Off
    Serial.println("White Light Off");  
    digitalWrite(whitelight, LOW);
    break;
 
    case 'V': //Buzzer On
    Serial.println("Buzzer On");
    digitalWrite(buzzer, HIGH);
    break;
 
    case 'v': // Buzzer OFF
    Serial.println("Buzzer Off");  
    digitalWrite(buzzer, LOW);
    break;
    }
    Speedsec = Turnradius;
    if (brkonoff == 1) {
      brakeOn();
    } else {
      brakeOff();
    }
  }
}
void forward() {
  analogWrite(in1, Speed);
  analogWrite(in3, Speed);
}
void back() {
  analogWrite(in2, Speed);
  analogWrite(in4, Speed);
}
void left() {
  analogWrite(in3, Speed);
  analogWrite(in2, Speed);
}
void right() {
  analogWrite(in4, Speed);
  analogWrite(in1, Speed);
}
void forwardleft() {
  analogWrite(in1, Speedsec);
  analogWrite(in3, Speed);
}
void forwardright() {
  analogWrite(in1, Speed);
  analogWrite(in3, Speedsec);
}
void backright() {
  analogWrite(in2, Speed);
  analogWrite(in4, Speedsec);
}
void backleft() {
  analogWrite(in2, Speedsec);
  analogWrite(in4, Speed);
}
void Stop() {
  analogWrite(in1, 0);
  analogWrite(in2, 0);
  analogWrite(in3, 0);
  analogWrite(in4, 0);
}
void brakeOn() {
  //Here's the future use: an electronic braking system!
  // read the pushbutton input pin:
  buttonState = command;
  // compare the buttonState to its previous state
  if (buttonState != lastButtonState) {
    // if the state has changed, increment the counter
    if (buttonState == 'S') {
      if (lastButtonState != buttonState) {
        digitalWrite(in1, HIGH);
        digitalWrite(in2, HIGH);
        digitalWrite(in3, HIGH);
        digitalWrite(in4, HIGH);
        delay(brakeTime);
        Stop();
      }
    }
    // save the current state as the last state,
    //for next time through the loop
    lastButtonState = buttonState;
  }
}
void brakeOff() {
}




Android App:-
I Found some good apps on Playstore and I also made an App for controlling the Rover:-
Links are as following:-

Option 1:-

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The application allows you to control an Arduino based RC car over Bluetooth. This is done using a Bluetooth enabled Android phone. Visit this site https://sites.google.com/site/bluetoothrccar/ for the Arduino code and control circuit. The app lets you control the car with either buttons or the phone's accelerometer. A slider bar allows you to control your car's velocity if the car's control circuit has this feature. There are also two buttons for front and back lights. A flashing light lets you know when the phone is connected to the car, and arrows light up letting you know the car's driving direction.
Option 2:-
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With the help of MIT App Developer website I made an app and it is in beta test mode so you can give a try and then if anything goes wrong then we will solve that problem here is the link to my app.




Download the App and Install it in Android Smartphone.

Now we have to burn The code to the Arduino:

Steps are as following:-
  1. Download or copy the Code from the section Code or Program to Make an Android Controlled Robot v2 above.
  2. Now start Your computer transfer the .ino file and open it with Arduino IDE.
  3. Connect the Arduino Board and computer with Connecting Cable.
  4. Select the Port and Board
  5. Compile and Burn the code by clicking on the Upload button which will be on the Top-Left Corner of the IDE.
So now Everything is completed and Our BOT/ROVER is ready.And We just have to Power it UP by Switching It ON.


Steps to Controlling the Rover through The Android Phone:-

  1. Switch the Rover On
  2. In your Phone Go to Settings and find the Bluetooth settings.
  3. Switch on the Bluetooth of the Android Phone, And Search for new Bluetooth Devices.
  4. HC-04/05 will be Appear in the List after search result.
  5. Pair with the Bluetooth module by using Password:-1234
  6. Now Open the Android App and click on Connect or connect to the bot.
  7. A new window will appear in which all the Bluetooth devices will appear.
  8. Click on HC-04/05.
  9. Now your bot is connected with the android Smartphone.
  10. Observe the Buttons and check then one by one by pressing them.
  11. To add a camera take an android phone and install the AirDroid app in your Smartphone and also on Computer and connect them.Camera option will appear on the main menu on desktop AirDroid click on it.Now place the smartphone in the free space of the rover.
I am not explaining the last step because I have some different plan, I will add the camera in the next step.



Working of the Bluetooth Controlled Rover Circuit:-
First of all the switch, the Rover "ON" and Bluetooth module will also turn to on with it.we have to connect the Rover with the Smartphone using above steps.Now after successful connection we have to press any button let it is Forward button so it will send the "F" text to the Arduino
and in the program, F denotes Forward 
void forward() {
  analogWrite(in1, Speed);
  analogWrite(in3, Speed);

and it will enable pin 5,6 of Arduino and these pins are connected to in1 and in2 pins of L298N motor driver Module so it is giving power supply to motors to rotate. and thus the rover move forward.we have to press Stop button after every successful command execution.thus the previous command will be stopped.and thus all the direction buttons will work. There is also a slider to control the motor speed. which sends the value between 0 to 10 thus the speed of motor controlled.
In the App, there is also 3 extra buttons available for some extra functions like Light and Horn.On the click, a Capital letter is transferred on the Long click small letter is transferred to the Arduino and it is matched to the program and according to the program and digital pin either enable or disable thus the Led and buzzer switched on( with Capital letter) or off ( with the small letter).
thus the complete rover works.


Also Read:-
Haptic Proximity Module - Cheap and Easy
Make An Ultrasonic Radar or USDAR
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If everything goes right and working then congratulate.you have completed Part 1  How To Make a Bluetooth Controlled Rover v2 of AndroBot and we are ready to move on the next step.

How to Make an Android-Controlled Robotic Arm


How to Make Bluetooth Controlled Robotic Arm Andro Root Sourabh Kumar
 So after completing First Part, I am going to explain every single step which I used to Make a Bluetooth Controlled Robotics Arm.The Robotics arm will be able to and drop any small things.and rotates in 180 degrees Right - Left angle other thing depends on the design.The Robotics Arm will be controlled through the Bluetooth and all its function will be controlled through the Atmega 328p-PU Micro-controller. We are using 4 Servo controller and all of the things will be powered by any Powerbank or 9v battery.

So After All the Introduction about the plan and ideas lets talk about the Requirements.
Requirements To make Bluetooth Controlled Robotics arm:-
  • 1 x Arduino Uno Board
  • 1 x Bluetooth Module
  • 1 x Power Bank or 9v battery
  • 1 x Indication LED Any Color
  • 4 x 9g Micro Servo Motor with gears and clamps
  • 1 x Switch
Other Requirements:-
A strong base
Some chopstick or Scales or Metallic sticks.
Circular strong but thin sheet.
Double side tape or super glue
Glu gun with stick
& an Android Smartphone


About the components:-

9G Micro Servo 

Tiny and lightweight with high output power. The servo can rotate approximately 180 degrees (90 in each direction) and works just like the standard kinds but smaller. You can use any servo code, hardware or library to control these servos. Good for beginners who want to make stuff move without building a motor controller with feedback & gear box, especially since it will fit in small places. It comes with 3 horns (arms) and hardware.
Stall torque: 1.8 kgf·cm.
Operating speed: 0.1 s/60 degrees.
Operating voltage: 4.8 V (~5V)
Wire:-
Brown (Black) - GND
Red - VCC
Orange - PWM (Signal)
Construction:-
How to Make Bluetooth Controlled Robotic Arm Andro Root Sourabh Kumar

How to Make Bluetooth Controlled Robotic Arm Andro Root Sourabh Kumar

I am using My rover as a Platform/base and I am posting some pictures of the plan and setup so it will be easy to make the similar arm and you don't have to think more about the design but you have to make the wires of servo longer by adding some wires.

Circuit Diagram:-

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Circuit Assembly:-

Arduino Uno's   10 - Bluetooth Module TX
Arduino Uno's   11 - Bluetooth Module RX
Servo 1's Orange- Arduino Uno's 3
Servo 2's Orange- Arduino Uno's 5
Servo 3's Orange- Arduino Uno's 6
Servo 4's Orange- Arduino Uno's 9

Also Read:-
Arduino Code:-

Download the AndroBot_Arm.ino or Copy the following code
//AndroBot Arm by Sourabh Kumar @ http://www.androroot.com
#include <SoftwareSerial.h>
#include <Servo.h>
Servo myservo1, myservo2, myservo3, myservo4;
int bluetoothTx = 10;
int bluetoothRx = 11;
SoftwareSerial bluetooth(bluetoothTx, bluetoothRx);
void setup()
{
  myservo1.attach(3);
  myservo2.attach(5);
  myservo3.attach(6);
  myservo4.attach(9);
  Serial.begin(9600);
  bluetooth.begin(9600);
}
void loop()
{
  if(bluetooth.available()>= 2 )
  {
    unsigned int servopos = bluetooth.read();
    unsigned int servopos1 = bluetooth.read();
    unsigned int realservo = (servopos1 *256) + servopos;
    Serial.println(realservo);
    if (realservo >= 1000 && realservo <1180) {
      int servo1 = realservo;
      servo1 = map(servo1, 1000, 1180, 0, 180);
      myservo1.write(servo1);
      Serial.println("Servo 1 ON");
      delay(10);
    }
    if (realservo >= 2000 && realservo <2180) {
      int servo2 = realservo;
      servo2 = map(servo2, 2000, 2180, 0, 180);
      myservo2.write(servo2);
      Serial.println("Servo 2 ON");
      delay(10);
    }
    if (realservo >= 3000 && realservo <3180) {
      int servo3 = realservo;
      servo3 = map(servo3, 3000, 3180, 0, 180);
      myservo3.write(servo3);
      Serial.println("Servo 3 ON");
      delay(10);
    }
    if (realservo >= 4000 && realservo <4180) {
      int servo4 = realservo;
      servo4 = map(servo4, 4000, 4180, 0, 180);
      myservo4.write(servo4);
      Serial.println("Servo 4 ON");
      delay(10);
    }
  }
}

Steps to Burn or Upload the code to the Arduino:

Steps are as following:-
  1. Download or copy the Code from the above section 
  2. Now start Your computer transfer the .ino file and open it with Arduino IDE.
  3. Connect the Arduino Board and computer with Connecting Cable.
  4. Select the Port and Board
  5. Compile and Burn the code by clicking on the Upload button which will be on the Top-Left Corner of the IDE.
So now Everything is completed and Our Robotics Arm is ready.And We just have to Power it UP by Switching It ON.


Android App- AndroBot_Arm to control 4 servos (Robotics Arm)

AndroBot_Arm by Sourabh Kumar(MIT app Inventor) 

How to Make Bluetooth Controlled Robotic Arm Andro Root Sourabh Kumar

I have Developed an app "AndroBot_Arm" for android smartphones with the help of MIT app Inventor, and it is able to make the connection with the arm through Bluetooth and can control 4 servo.i am still learning and will update regularly.so visit our site and follow our social profiles.Click on the image to see the details of all options and buttons.
Download The app AndroBot _Arm by Sourabh Kumar from Here:-

AndroBot_Arm.apk by Sourabh Kumar

Steps to Controlling the Robotics Arm through The Android Phone:-

  1. Switch the Arm by switch it  ON
  2. In your Phone Go to Settings and find the Bluetooth settings.
  3. Switch on the Bluetooth of the Android Phone, And Search for new Bluetooth Devices.
  4. HC-04/05 will be Appear in the List after search result.
  5. Pair with the Bluetooth module by using Password:-1234
  6. Now Open the Android App and click on Connect.
  7. A new window will appear in which all the Bluetooth devices will appear.
  8. Click on HC-04/05.
  9. Now your Robotics Arm is connected with the android Smartphone.
  10. Now in the app, there is 4 Slider (One slide for one servo).
  11. Try one by one they will control the arm.
Working of the Robotic arm Circuit:-
First of all the switch the arm "ON" and Bluetooth module will also be turned to on with it.we have to connect the arm with the Smartphone using above steps.Now after the successful connection, we have to move the slides right or left. Every slide has some values similar to X000 to X180.where X= 1,2,3,4.Now when we move slider then a number or date is transferred to the Arduino through Bluetooth module.Now the Date is converted to the angle with the help of Program and Library now according to the angle PWM signal is given to the Pins of Arduino.Orange wire or signal wire of all servo is connected to the PWM pin of Arduino.Thus the servo's gear also rotates to the angle.Similarly, the working is same for all the servo, and Thus the Robotics Arm works.

Also Read:-
Haptic Proximity Module - Cheap and Easy
Make An Ultrasonic Radar or USDAR

If everything goes right and working then congratulations.you have completed the Robotics Arm.Now use your creativity and sense to mount the Arm on the Rover.Fix all the Wires and check the power supply.
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Application of AndroBot:-


  • We can use it To do some Cool pick and drop Tasks at home, at outside or at the office.
  • In military.Specially in Bomb Diffusion.
  • As a Spy Rover.etc
So finally The Project AndroBot is completed and we have learned many things from this project specially in the coding and assembly.I have presented this project in Tech Fest 2017 organized in my college and won a Medal for it.I have completed it in three days and I hope you can make it quicker than me.I am still finding/Searching the way to combine both of the circuits on a single circuit board and control it by single Smartphone.I will modify this post whenever I will find that way till then think about what modification we can do in AndroBot and if you found any good idea share with us.Enjoy Robotics.



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