The purpose of this post is to record audio (e.g. voice) on Raspberry Pi with a microphone. Since Raspberry Pi doesn’t have mic input by default, I’ll use LANMU USB Microphone (A80545A00). Let’s get started. Prerequisites As mentioned above, I’ll use a USB mic in this post, but another possible setup is a… Continue reading “Voice Recording on Raspberry Pi”
Update (Sep 7, 2017): If you are using Raspbian Stretch, please refer here instead of steps below. This post below is for Raspbian Jessie. The purpose of this post is to enable Bluetooth Handsfree Profile (HFP) on Raspberry Pi so that Raspberry Pi can act like as a handsfree speaker phone or a handsfree… Continue reading “HFP on Raspberry Pi”
By default, the keyboard layout is set for UK on Raspbian OS. So, if you are not using UK layout keyboard, you may want to change it. Here is the steps. 1. Launch Terminal if you are on graphical desktop mode. 2. Open “/etc/default/keyboard” with nano.
sudo nano /etc/default/keyboard
The file should be like this:
# KEYBOARD CONFIGURATION FILE
# Consult the keyboard(5) manual page.
This is a step-by-step procedure to setup and boot up Raspberry Pi 3 board. There are several ways to do that, but this is, I think, the easiest way. Here are the contents in this post. 1. Hardware Requisites 2. OS Image Preparation 3. Booting up Raspberry Pi board 4. What’s next? Let’s get started. … Continue reading “Setting & Booting up Raspberry Pi 3”