Android Petrolhead OBDLink MX (bluetooth) debugging

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Re: Android Petrolhead OBDLink MX (bluetooth) debugging

Post by Harry » Wed Nov 12, 2014 9:04 pm

DHFiallo wrote:I'm getting the same issue. I have a HTC One(M8). The car is a 2003 Nissan 350Z. I have tried to exclude PID's to increase the rate, but it hovers around 1 maybe 2.
It's a Scantool OBDlink MX. It's included software shows acceptable rates as well as Torque Pro. I have tried to unpair and re-pair to see if that would help. Any suggestions? Help! Thank you in advance
1 or 2 Hz in LapTimer mean 5 to 10 PIDs read per second. So 2 Hz are probably what you need to accept for a slow car bus.

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