Does the TinyB bluetooth library work for non-intel hardware?

Does the TinyB bluetooth library work for non-intel hardware?


I read the guide here:

On how to use the open-source TinyB library with Java for bluetooth LE applications.

It has information on how to use TinyB with Intel Edison boards.

Unfortunately I cannot use such boards, I have hardware that connects a sensor to an nRF52840 bluetooth chip by Nordic Semiconductor.

I need to send the bluetooth data to a Java desktop application and I am wondering if I can use TinyB to do this?

In the guide it says: "TinyB exposes simple C++ and Java APIs for using Bluetooth low energy devices."

So it seems it could work for any Bluetooth LE device? But I am not quite sure and I need to find out before I spend a lot of time researching this solution.

Any help is appreciated!

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Hi Magnus,

You might try asking this question here:


Regards, Hal

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Alright thanks, will try that.

I was a bit confused on where to post to be honest.

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