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Yes you can disable Bluetooth and enable BLE, take a look at the Bluetooth guidehttp://www.intel.com/support/edison/sb/CS-035381.htm section 6.1 for BLE. The Edison comes with a built-in Bluetooth device that allows you to communicate without the need of a shield.
Have you already checked these documents?
Thanks for your valuable and quick reply.
But I am still not able to find out how do we disable BT and Keep only BLE enabled.
I think this link is about connecting your BT SPP(not BLE).I need to connect My android phone to Edison via BLE.
And this link demonstrates connecting with Texas Instruments SensorTag,
instead I want to connect to Android phone can anyone help with that?
Thanks in advance.
That information is on the Bluetooth guide. The guide has the steps to enable BLE. The BLE and regular Bluetooth can’t both work at the same time; this is because the Edison doesn’t support dual-mode as stated in the Bluetooth guide section 6.1.2. When BLE is working, regular Bluetooth will not be enabled because the interface will be busy working with BLE. Same goes for regular Bluetooth, you can’t use both at the same time so when you enable BLE, regular Bluetooth will be disabled.