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OBDLink MX WiFi / Re: Connectivity issue with OBDLink MX WiFi
« Last post by mark_1000 on July 26, 2016, 06:07:03 AM »
I too can't connect with my Nexus 6P. Worked fine (with dropouts) on my old HTC Desire HD but since upgrading to a Nexus 6P it won't connect at all.
OBDLink LX / Re: OBDLINK LX BT Firmware Update Issue
« Last post by cintakc on July 26, 2016, 03:12:35 AM »
I have for exchange of with the bluetooth adapter is a special program BlueSoleil
User Forum / ScanTool 425801 OBDLink SX USB
« Last post by ENZO45uk on July 25, 2016, 11:50:32 PM »
Hi all,

Hope you can help I have a kalos 2006 recently the air bag light has come on.

I purchased the ScanTool 425801 OBDLink SX USB and used it to scan,  it's showing as no faults found I have used the clear faults command but still the light is on, is this a fault with the scanner or is it possible for the light to be on but no fault found?

Any help would be greatly  appreciated.
OBDwiz/TouchScan / Lost License Key
« Last post by zion1129 on July 25, 2016, 07:42:11 PM »
I purchased a ScanTool OBDlink Sx USB on Amazon June 23, 2015. I have since had to replace the hard drive in my PC and now cannot use the software. Please help!!!
OBDLink LX / Re: OBDLINK LX BT Firmware Update Issue
« Last post by STN-Brian on July 25, 2016, 06:28:01 PM »
What bluetooth adapter do you have on your PC?  (Built in, USB, make, model, ...)
I would also make sure Windows is up to date.
OBDLink LX / Re: OBDLINK LX Turns on all warning lights on dash
« Last post by STN-Brian on July 25, 2016, 06:19:20 PM »
I am sorry for your frustration.  Unfortunately, we are not able to provide technical support for the TrackAddict app, you would have to contact them with any technical questions or problems.

For troubleshooting purposes, please reset your OBDLink LX by holding in the button for 15 seconds or until the power LED blinks rapidly.  Next install the OBDLink app and let us know if it causes the same issues.
ECUsim / SOMT command
« Last post by how.e on July 25, 2016, 05:48:13 PM »

In the programming manual there is the following command documented:

SOMT header, data
Transmit OBD message. The message will be sent over the active protocol set by the SP command.

What format do the fields header and data have?

I created an ECU with 0x0797 physical address.
I tried SOMT 797, 06 12 34 56 78 90 12
but this returned CAN ERROR.

ECUsim / Adding custom PID
« Last post by how.e on July 25, 2016, 05:31:26 PM »

I am trying to add a custom PID but having little success.

The request looks like:
0x0796 02 21 11 00 00 00 00 00.

The response looks like:
0x0797 06 61 11 02 84 06 c1 33.

Everything seems to work fine, but I don't get a response from the simulator when our equipment makes the PID request. I feel like I am not able to specify enough data, such as mode and length. What assumptions does the simulator make when configuring the ECUs and PIDs?

Here is the serial transaction:
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STS2000 v3.4.1
(C) 2016 OBD Solutions

OBD Protocol               ISO 15765-4
CAN ID Type                     11 bit
CAN Baud Rate               500.0 kbps

Device:       STS2000 - ECUsim 2000 r1.1
Firmware:     v3.4.1
Serial #:     131010009022
BL Ver:       2.12
IC ID/Rev:    0x0100, 0x067F, 0x3004
Init Date:    2013.06.18

0 ECU1-EngineControl           7E0,7DF
1 ECU2-Transmission            7E1,7DF
2 ECU3-AbsControl              7E2,7DF

>ED 3

>EA 3

>EN 3, "Test ECU"

>EP 3, 5

>EAP 3, 797

>EAF 3, 796

0 ECU1-EngineControl           7E0,7DF
1 ECU2-Transmission            7E1,7DF
2 ECU3-AbsControl              7E2,7DF
[3 Test ECU]                   797,796

>E 3, on

>PA 3, 11, 0FA00000

>PAUS 3, on


The simulator reports...

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Rx: 796 21 11

...but there is no response.

Standard PIDs work fine.
OBDLink MX Bluetooth / MX BT connection and BT Pin
« Last post by mustangsal on July 25, 2016, 03:50:08 PM »
Is there a way to setup the MX to only use a 4 digit pin instead of a 6 digit pin?  I'm trying to connect it to my Pumpkin head unit running Android 5.1 and having trouble.
OBDLink LX / Re: OBDLINK LX BT Firmware Update Issue
« Last post by whiplash willy on July 25, 2016, 12:57:00 PM »
I tried OBDWIZ on my laptop, and verified I was connected to the OBDLINK LX.  When I tried to connect in OBDWIZ, it also tells me

"An Error has occurred during connecting.  Element not found."

I can connect to the OBDLINK LX on my Android Tablet, and it works properly with the OBDLink App and Torque App on the tablet, so it looks like my laptop isn't able to communicate with the OBDLINK.

Are there any special COM Port settings, or Driver I need to get it working, or should the default be fine?
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