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Developer Forum / Re: Need help with J1850-VPW circuit
« Last post by STN-Brian on October 05, 2015, 04:47:27 PM »
Sorry about that.  They should have been shipped Friday, I will check with sales.
92 Software / Re: Audi A4 2003 1.9TDI + no key?
« Last post by Initech on October 05, 2015, 02:42:05 PM »
The ElmScan 5 Compact should work on your vehicle as long as your vehicle is OBDII complaint. Please visit the link below to make sure that your vehicle is OBDII complaint.

OBDII Compliant Standards

I will send you an email regarding a license key.

Best Regards,
We are aware of this automatic protocol detection issue with the Torque app. Please follow the instructions below.

1. Select the 'Menu' Button. (The small gear icon on the lower left corner)
2. Select 'Vehicle Profile' then select 'Edit'.
3. Go down to the bottom of the list and manually select the protocol of your vehicle.

If you do not know the protocol of your vehicle. Go to 'Adapter Status' and scroll down to 'OBD Protocol' to verify the protocol.

Best Regards
OBDLink MX WiFi / Re: Acer Android Tablet cannot connect to OBDLink MX WiFi
« Last post by Initech on October 05, 2015, 02:24:43 PM »
For testing purposes, can you try connecting with another Android device
OBDLink MX WiFi / Re: WiFi - Connecting - "Command Timed Out"
« Last post by Initech on October 05, 2015, 02:23:07 PM »
Can you clarify what app that you are using to connect?
Developer Forum / Re: Need help with J1850-VPW circuit
« Last post by dmaxben on October 05, 2015, 02:01:39 PM »
Brian- I checked my junk mail folder and did not see anything.

The last email I got from Alonzo was him asking for pictures of the STN1130...I sent pictures last week but havent heard back.

General OBD Questions / Re: Comparing the ScanTool 423001 and the ScanTool 425801
« Last post by lynchm on October 05, 2015, 12:34:29 PM »
When both these tools are set to a baud rate of 115200 (typical), the speed difference is negligible. However it is much easier to set the baud rate in the SX, and so we recommend this unit if your are going to require faster rates (up to 2Mbaud).
The SX receives its power from the USB rather than from your vehicle.  This allows you to communicate with your tool without being plugged into the vehicle if this is something you wish to do.  Of course you would not get vehicle information without being in the vehicle. The ELMScan 5 gets its power from the OBD plug and so you must be in a vehicle in order to use this tool.
Hope this answers your questions,
OBDwiz/TouchScan / Re: OBDwiz can't find device even though it is paired.
« Last post by lynchm on October 05, 2015, 12:18:18 PM »
We have been informed that Windows has now fixed the issue with Bluetooth com ports.  Please update your Windows 10 and let us know if your problem has been resolved.
It seems that your vehicle is not fully OBDII complaint. Diesel vehicles in the European Union are OBDII complaint from 2004 and newer.

OBDII Complaint Standards
Developer Forum / Re: Sending OBD request to OBDLing MX wifi via Chrome socket TCP
« Last post by Artem on October 05, 2015, 11:27:05 AM »
What you are seeing is the echo. The actual response will follow the echo. If all you are getting is the echo, then you are either not waiting long enough or you are missing a carriage return at the end of your request. Carriage return is usually written as '\r'.
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