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General OBD Questions / Re: OBDlink MX wifi
« Last post by Chris Fincher on March 26, 2015, 12:06:20 PM »
The OBDLink MX WiFi only uses WiFi so you can't pair it using Bluetooth.

The need to turn off mobile data is actually an Android restriction, specifically one that Lollipop utilizes.  It'll do the same thing if your wireless router doesn't have internet access.

Developer Forum / Re: Inconsistent result to repeated 0100 OBD commands
« Last post by Chris Fincher on March 26, 2015, 12:03:22 PM »
The most helpful thing right now would be turning on headers and trying again to find out where each response is coming from.  Send ATH1 and then try to reproduce what you are seeing.  I can tell you that the responses that are the same as you expected are all probably coming from the same ECU though.

Do the lights on the Elmscan light up when it is only plugged into the car and not the PC?
Also, please post a log from OBDWiz of a connection attempt. You can do this by going to the Diagnostics tab->Raw Data tab, verify there is a green check next to Always Collect, connect to the tool and run it until it fails and click the save button in the Raw Data tab.  Then either attach the file here or paste the file into your post.
DashCommand / Re: [ECUsim master]Waiting for 5 baud init
« Last post by Chris Fincher on March 26, 2015, 11:59:56 AM »
That means it's set ISO 9141-2 or ISO 14230-4 5 baud init and is waiting for the initialization sequence.  This will usually happen automatically once the scan tool establishes a connection with it.  Without a scan tool that connects to it, you will never get past that prompt.

OBDLink SX / Re: OGBLink SX upgrade firmare failed
« Last post by Chris Fincher on March 26, 2015, 11:55:51 AM »
Your SX has the most updated firmware version so there is no need to update it.  The message you are getting, "Bootloader version not supported" is usually an indicator of this.  What it means is that the SX is newer than the updater will allow and in most cases this indicates that there is no need to update.  You happen to be in one of these cases.

Our scan tools and software only read diagnostics from emissions data on vehicles that are OBDII complaint. Unfortunately, the ScanXL software with the GM Enhanced add-on will not be able to command the EVAP to turn on and off.

I apologize for the inconvenience.

Best Regards,
OBDwiz/TouchScan / Re: obdwiz license key needed!!
« Last post by Alonzo Canales on March 26, 2015, 11:29:15 AM »

I have sent you an email with a new license key. Please check your spam/junk folder.

Best Regards,
OBDwiz/TouchScan / Re: How to read afr(airfuelratio)
« Last post by Chris Fincher on March 26, 2015, 11:28:16 AM »
I'm surprised that you were able to get anything at all.  From what I could find, your vehicle was made in Australia earlier than they adopted an OBD standard.  The formula not working should be the least of your concerns.

Even with that, the formula for it is probably going to be the same as the command air/fuel which is ((A * 256) + B) / 32768.  I have no clue if this is indicated by ScanGauge or even what ScanGauge's math means since it's not ASCII.

General OBD Questions / Re: OBDlink MX wifi
« Last post by Lbudler on March 26, 2015, 11:07:59 AM »
I turned off the mobile data on my LG-G3.   It connected and seems to be functional on wifi.    It looks like I just need more time to understand the device and software.    My question now is can I utilize the Bluetooth on the obd link MX wifi.   If so can you describe how to pair the obd link MX wifi the android lg-g3. Thanks

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OBDwiz/TouchScan / Re: Older ( 2010 ) ElmScan5 USB and OBDWIZ software
« Last post by atxjax on March 26, 2015, 09:44:09 AM »
Thank you so much. I got the license key.

What add on package do I need to be able to command the EVAP system on and off? This would be on a 2004 Chevy Colorado with 3.5L Inline 5 and Automatic.
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