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I just had an idea. Have the output of the bluetooth message receiver block run into the input of the display block. Then, I have some other device sending messages that I type in.


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Is this even slightly possible or a waste of time? It might be possible but requires research and probably a fair amount of research and hacking on your part. I'm not saying I know for sure if an exploit exists, either in the communications protocol or the BT firmware, but exploits are always possible. And it's not like LEGO is incentivized to look for ...


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I think that most sumo bot competitions do not allow interchange of information between bricks. And you have to connect via Bluetooth with your opponent's bot, which requires your opponent's permission.


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You can remotely start and stop programs from the NXT software. So create a simple program that just has a few display blocks and an empty loop at the end to keep the program from stopping then run the program.


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do 2 starts. From the orange. :)


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From the limited information I have to work with here, I'm going to straight-up blame a loose connection of the compact LCD to the mini-motherboard inside the brick unit. Look up how to take apart your specific kind of Mindstorms, and get an engineer friend in your area to help with any needed soldering. Other than that, it may be that your plastic LCD cover ...


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Scratch for LEGO Mindstorms EV3 One way is to use the open-source online programming environment Open Roberta Lab: http://lab.open-roberta.org there is also a wiki included for detailed information. Or just google Open Roberta at wikipedia. Everything is for free.



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