|Open Bluetooth Settings on your Mac |
Ensure that your PiConsole-BT (2.1 model) is connected to your Pi and powered on.
Open Bluetooth Setting on your Mac.
Wait for few seconds until it finds the PiConsole, it will be listed as OE12345 (your digits after OE will vary).
Click on the 'Pair' button to pair with PiConsole.
|Ensure that Passcode is correct |
If pairing fails, click on Options and enter correct passcode.
The default passcode is 1234.
|That's it. |
Your PiConsole should now be connected.
Use 'screen' program to connect to your device.
When the device is connected, you will see following entries in the /dev directory:
(your digits after OE and device extension will vary).
To connect to console of your Raspberry Pi, Open Terminal, and use command as:
$ screen /dev/tty.OE12345.xxx
(use the correct digits and the device extension)