• If you don't want to advertise Puck.js normally at all and just want Eddystone then you can just use the standard Eddystone example:


    This also works too:


    You can use NRF.sleep() to completely turn off advertising, but the issue there is it turns off everything. A ScanResponse is sent in response to a query on an Advertising packet, so if there's no advertising then it's no use at all. If you use NRF.sleep() without a way to call NRF.wake() (eg. on a button press) then it effectively turns your Puck into a paperweight until you reset it :)


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