Did Redbear ever tested on Blend before shipping on market?


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What the?!? I’ve downloaded Redbear Simple Chat for iPhone and used this code for blend. When I ran and test it on iphone. No Bluetooth and nothing is connecting. I’ve used Selectable REQN and RDYN pins, from pin 0 to 3, 6 to 11. Nothing is working.

/*

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*/

/*
 *    Chat
 *
 *    Simple chat sketch, work with the Chat iOS/Android App.
 *    Type something from the Arduino serial monitor to send
 *    to the Chat App or vice verse.
 *
 */

//"RBL_nRF8001.h/spi.h/boards.h" is needed in every new project
#include <SPI.h>
#include <EEPROM.h>
#include <boards.h>
#include <RBL_nRF8001.h>

void setup()
{  
  // Default pins set to 9 and 8 for REQN and RDYN
  // Set your REQN and RDYN here before ble_begin() if you need
  ble_set_pins(6, 11);
  
  // Set your BLE Shield name here, max. length 10
  ble_set_name("My Name");
  
  // Init. and start BLE library.
  ble_begin();
  
  // Enable serial debug
  Serial.begin(57600);
}

unsigned char buf[16] = {0};
unsigned char len = 0;

void loop()
{
  if ( ble_available() )
  {
while ( ble_available() )
  Serial.write(ble_read());
  
Serial.println();
  }
  
  if ( Serial.available() )
  {
delay(5);

while ( Serial.available() )
    ble_write( Serial.read() );
  }
  
  ble_do_events();
}

I don’t have original source for this. Where can I find one?