While I am on the topic of connecting alternate UART solutions (https://devtalk.nvidia.com/default/topic/989000/jetson-tx1/max3232-3-3v-5-5v-rs232-to-ttl-converter-module-for-uart-debugging/) I thought I would also share an idea to add a bluetooth serial adapter for UART debugging and someone tell me if this is at all possible:
I actually have one of these bluesmirf serial modems and I would like to see if this concept would work.
Wire up tx, rx, gnd and vcc and then connect to the bluetooth adapter with laptop and com port is assigned then connect putty/minicom to the comport and fire up the TX1.
Does this seem to be possible for a completely wireless UART debugging solution? Here is the BlueSMiRF:
I have noticed that the Jetson TX1 will not display anything if the UART is connected but not connected to a PC.