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Official docs: https://lego.github.io/lego-ble-wireless-protocol-docs/ https://github.com/LEGO/lego-ble-wireless-protocol-docs Discussion: https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/162288-powered-up-a-tear-down/&page=3 Inofficial modules: NodeJS: https://github.com/nathankellenicki/node-poweredup Python: https://pypi.org/project/...


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I'm assuming you are using the Control+ app with the 42100 liebherr r 9800 set. The Control+ app is indeed limited to the fixed models. However the Powered Up app can also connect to the Control+ hub and supports it reasonably well. The Powered Up app has a "Create" mode where you can use programming blocks, it's similar to the Scratch educative ...


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Based on the answer to this question and some experiments with other hubs and other motors today (Boost hub + Boost motor + small PoweredUp hub), it seems that the WeDo motors really lack any ability beyond "Run with power X". Given that the WeDo motor is the same model that is built into the Bat Mobile, I would expect that the PoweredUp app would ...


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The remote control uses Bluetooth Low Energy rather than Bluetooth Classic. This means you do not pair the device and there is no PIN. The remote control is not an HID input device, but rather uses a custom protocol that is documented at https://lego.github.io/lego-ble-wireless-protocol-docs/.


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I've done some experimentation with using one powered up controller over two hub devices ... ( You must have one motor on channel A in Hub 1 & the other on Channel B in Hub 2 ) Seems to work, pairing involves turning on all devices at once, ( controller & Hub ) and waiting for it to sync + same with turning it off - press & hold all devices for 5 ...


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