Tried to use Carista Service menu with OBDLink LX and it gave an error saying OBDLink is older version. Strange since it connects and Diagnosis without a problem. Also price to try the Pro version doesn't make sense. Way too much.
Does what it says but the price is ridiculous... Most people are going to want this to change one or two specific settings on their own car - forking out £9 for the pleasure is OTT. It would make a lot more sense (and be a lot more attractive) if £9 tied you to one ECU (car) for life.
For $10 for the in app purchase and the $25 bluetooth OBII I already had I was to make the changes to my car I've want to make. Beats over $100 for Vag Com any day. They also have great support if you have a issue with the app or any customization you make.
The app is fantastic, but the pricing structure is ridiculous. Why not have a consumer version (one time charge of $9.99) and a pro version ($40ish)? I would like to do a few more things, but missed the one week window. No way I spending another 10 bucks for just a week.
I'm glad I bought this back when it wasn't a subscription, waaaay too expensive now! Also, when I set my Passat B7 to control windows with the fob, it only does the right side.
Wouldn't even connect to the ODB2 device I already have which is the same type as the one they sell through the app. Torque, Engie and various others connect with no issues, Carista just hangs while trying to find the device.
- Bug fixes
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OBDII software for ELM327 with big DTC description database. Works offline.