Getting Started Arduino 101

New Annikken Andee Mobile App
Now works with Arduino 101 boards

Users of Arduino do not need to purchase Annikken Andee shields for their Arduino. All they need to do is to install the Andee 101 library into their Arduino IDE and upload their UI directly to the Arduino.

Arduino 101 users need only to download the FREE mobile version or pay USD $9.99 to get full access to the app. Annikken Andee’s solution comes with online tutorials and resources for free from Annikken’s website.

Arduino  101
The board which contains the Intel® Curie™ Module, designed to integrate the core’s low power-consumption and high performance with the Arduino’s ease-of-use. The 101 adds Bluetooth Low Energy capabilities and has an on-board 6-axis accelerometer/gyroscope


Getting Started with Arduino 101

Step 1: Install Arduino IDE onto your system

Download the Arduino 1.69 IDE (Recommended) Click here
You can find it in the “Previous Releases” section of the webpage.

Step 2 : Download the Andee 101 Library

Download and install Andee 101 Library onto your computer. 

Download Andee 101 Library    -    Build 1.21 ( January 2017)

Download the Andee 101 Library from GitHub
Click here 

Step 3 : Installing Andee 101 Library into the Arduino IDE 

For OS X Users
Unzip the “Andee101” file into the directory “~Documents/Arduino/libraries/”

For Windows Users:
Unzip the “Andee101” file into the directory "C:Users<username>DocumentsArduinoLibraries" or "C:Program Files(x86) Arduinolibraries"

Step 4: 
Launch Arduino IDE

Go to Tools → Board: … → Boards Manager… → Search for the keyword “Curie”

Click on the board and select Version 1.0.6 and install


 Step 5: Power up the Arduino 101

Plug in your Arduino 101 to your computer's USB port

Step 6: Selecting the Arduino 101

Go to Tools → Board: … → Boards … → Search for the keyword “Arduino 101”

Step 7: Arduino 101 Library

Under Tools → Board → Arduino 101 (under Intel Curie)


Step 8: Choosing the USB port

Under Tools→ Port: → /dev/…. (Arduino/Genuino 101)


Finally is uploading the sketch by pressing the “Upload” button on the IDE

Users upload their sketch (containing UI information) from the Arduino IDE to the Arduino 101 board. Once the Annikken Andee App is connected to the board, the board will relay the UI information to the app and the appropriate UI will be displayed on the dashboard. Users do not need prior iOS or Android programming knowledge to achieve this result

Arduino 101 users need only to pay USD $9.99 to purchase the app for their Arduino 101. Annikken Andee’s solution comes with online tutorials and resources for free from Annikken’s website.

- Launch the Annikken Andee Mobile app

- Tap on Scan for devices.

- Select your project under Arduino 101  and connect to your board.

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