It's ok. Works, depends on you vehicle how many of the features work.
Obd2 Won't connect to the 2.1 ver.
Sucks Does even give codes just auto jargen that cant be looked up. Totally worthless
This one also shows any tests that haven't finished running yet (in the I/M readiness tab). Those unfinished tests don't show in the Torque Lite app (although Torque Lite has cooler looking display dials for various engine sensors). Works fine with my $15 'Panlong bluetooth OBD2' adaptor. This is the best app I've found so far for just showing error codes.
OBD2 ....A-OK !! Worked right out of the gate with a cheap little Kung Pow blue clone adapter..$4.. You must scan for the blue tooth signal with your phone first...select the OBD2 when found..then enter a PIN#.. 1234 worked for me..Boom ! Up and running ! I did not notice any lag or drop outs..Smooth....
Works with my 2003 toyota sienna. I had some trouble with connection but I just unplugged the bluetooth device and plug it back in and it connects. Use this for obd2 readiness to conform with california smog. Still not ready for my car.
- Several Bluetooth connection modes can be selected
- Support for WiFi interfaces
- several bugfixes
- The app interface completely redesigned and adapted to the new Android versions
- Display of battery voltage in the status bar at the bottom
- Calibration of the displayed voltage
- Added trouble codes in Russian
- Several bugfixes
- Created Google group for beta testers
Check/clear engine codes, view performance data, fuel economy, customize gauges.