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Since you are focusing on iOS in your question, I can recommend looking at Apple's Bluetooth Developer Web Site. Take a closer look at Bluetooth profiles that iOS and iPadOS support And Chapter 15 of Accessory Design Guidelines From personal experience, I would recommend using an Espressif ESP32 as a development standin for your thingy, as you can learn a ...


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Adding to hardillb's answer... I don't know exactly what device you have, but you could consider the simple workaround of an external keyboard. If your devices have USB / microUSB port, you can get a single keyboard relatively cheap that you can plug in long enough to set up the WiFi connection. If the devices don't have USB, you could also attempt pairing ...


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Yes, it's a perfectly valid approach that is used by many different IoT devices. One I've implemented more than once, bur here is an example that uses WebBluetooth so you don't even need a native client on the phone/laptop (but you do need Chrome) https://www.hardill.me.uk/wordpress/2016/09/13/provisioning-wifi-iot-devices/ https://github.com/hardillb/wifi-...


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