Is it possible to control the Lego Technic Control+ Hub with Python?

I have tried using Pybricks but that didn't work well for me.

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    Hi Luftiger and welcome to Bricks.SE! You wrote that using Pybricks didn't work well for you, could you please provide more details on what have you tried and how did that fail? As far as I know, many people are using it successfully, so it should be worth a while to find the cause why it didn't for you.
    – zovits
    Commented May 9, 2021 at 18:37
  • Hello zovits! Every time I try I get an Error that Connection Failed for Unknown Reason.
    – user18259
    Commented May 10, 2021 at 19:08

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Yes, it is possible to remote control a Technic Control+ hub with Python using a library such as pylgbst or bricknil.

You can also write MicroPython programs that run on the hub directly using Pybricks.

You can get support for Pybricks at https://github.com/pybricks/support/discussions. There is a Bluetooth troubleshooting guide to help with connection issues.

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