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As a peripheral device (android), i am sending out an advertisement. I am attempting to retrieve an RSSI value from a central device that gets connects to the peripheral. I was advised to use readRemoteRssi() and read the value from its callback onReadRemoteRssi.


   private class BleCallBack extends BluetoothGattCallback {
   @Override
   public void onConnectionStateChange(BluetoothGatt gatt, int status,
                                       int newState) {

      if (newState == BluetoothProfile.STATE_CONNECTED) {

           mBluetoothGatt.readRemoteRssi();
       }
   }

   public void onReadRemoteRssi(BluetoothGatt gatt, int rssi, int status) {
       if (status == BluetoothGatt.GATT_SUCCESS) {
           Log.d(TAG, String.format("BluetoothGatt ReadRssi[%d]", rssi));

       }

   }
};

However i am still unable to read the rssi value even after successful connection.
 
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