Really app. Works good with my 2000 Subaru Legacy GT but it's got a 2-3 second delay. But with my 2013 Dodge Dart Rallye it's even better nice reading options and micro second reading delay. It connects with my Veepeak Bluetooth Obd-2 scanner with no issues after 2 weeks still haven't crash one. I'm using a Sony Xperia Z5. Can't wait too try the app on the race track next summer.
Unable to connect to a BAFX obd2 on 02 dakota. Not sure if u have to pay to even try it at all. It just say must create an account and pay for full use. How does one decide to purchase without being able to even try it out first.some more info on that would be nice.
When a clutch pack in my transmission blew, i used this app to keep clearing out the "limp mode" code. Had to drive 72 miles home. It got me there. Well worth the $10. The tow would've been hundreds...
Works well... for the first 30 minutes. Now it's asking me to purchase the full app, only problem is after countless times of trying to make an account to gain access to the full version, it keeps showing a message "cannot connect to server."
Seamless connection to OBD transmitter. Lots of functions and nice screen layouts for different sized screens. Lots of options. Good refresh rate. However, once running it seems the only way to stop it is FORCE STOP. The other issue is that it is power hungry - very - and my phone gets very warm. On my Sony phone, the app often hangs - either dying or becoming unresponsive for a while. Could be an issue specific to my model of phone.
Great app, cheap app off the bat. I dislike the need to pay for almost every specific vehicle you plug into. But all on all it's nice for a starting out diesel mechanic like me.