Bluetooth LE Explorer code is open source now!

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First published on MSDN on Aug 21, 2017
After watching our Build 2017 videos many of you reached out to us asking for the source code to our Bluetooth LE Explorer app. We heard your requests and have made our app fully open-sourced! You can use our app to enumerate, connect and interact with nearby LE devices, read their services, characteristics and write to them.

Our Bluetooth LE Explorer app is available for download in the Windows 10 store, and the app source code can be found in our Github page.

We welcome our developer community to browse the app, play around with the code, make changes and send us pull requests. Give us feedback on the usability of a feature and how it could be improved. There is much to do with our open-source project. We look forward to hearing from you!

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