Been using this with OBDLink MX Bluetooth and Samsung T580 Tab. No connect issue, just auto connects when I have tab and start truck. Graphs are very useful with tons of info! A larger tablet or something besides a cell phone really is nice! If the MIL comes on I can find out what the issue is and get er fixed! Would recommend this to anyone interested in all the info a OBD2 port can put out. Plus the graphic displays to monitor sensors, mileage, temps and tons more!!
I bought the Torque obd2 and the pro torque app but it turned out to be a big disappointment as it doesn't do even the basics. It can't even read the engine control unit so completely useless. I'd ask for a refund but don't wanna waste anymore of my time on something that looks good on the surface but in this case beauty is only skin deep.
The only problem I have with the app is the scaling on my s7. It would be perfect if two medium-sized displays would fit side-by-side without overlapping or hanging into the next page of displays. Also, the small displays should be scaled in such a way that three of them would be the exact height of two medium displays. So if medium displays is 6 units tall, the small would be 4 units tall. Then two medium would 12 units tall and 3 smalls would also be 12. These things would make for a huge improvement in appearance in my opinion. This may be different for tablets,other phones or Android based head units so please let me know if this is the case. I'll be switching over to running torque on an Android head unit pretty much 100% of my time driving so let me know. Thanks.
It doesn't matter if you're a backyard mechanic or a professional, this app is indispensable. Paired with the $25 dongle, this app outperforms a $300 tool, making it accessible to everyone. This is the best tool I've got in my toolbox, bar none. Living in Japan, it would be amazing if this could get JOBD support... I'd definitely pay to unlock it, hell, at this point I'd be happy handing over $50-$100 to be able to read my car here like I could in the states!
I tried the torque pro light. (The free version) and it worked great! So j decided to purchase the full version and support the developer. Extremely disappointed. It won't connect to the same vehicle. (2011 chevy Malibu. Or an 05 Silverado) both work fine with the light version. I double and triple checked the settings. And can't find anything different. I'm using a WiFi OBD scanner. And it's showing an excellent signal.
Really great app with TONS of sensor readings. I guess my only beef is gauges on inactive pages don't register min/max unless the page is active. I'm being picky there. Paired with the track recorder, this is a must have for car guys. Fault checking is pretty great too. Pulls up links to your codes automatically.
PLX Kiwi3 fixes for the BLE adapter which some people have reported issues on Android 7 Nougat
Some other small bugfixes
Check/clear engine codes, view performance data, fuel economy, customize gauges.
All-in-one OBD2 app for ELM327: OBD scanner, car diagnostic, ELM checker &