OBDLink MX Wi-Fi vs Bluetooth

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Re: OBDLink MX Wi-Fi vs Bluetooth

Postby labedra » Tue Oct 04, 2016 5:02 am

THANK YOU HARRY! All working as it should, just tested it for 20 min. Again thank you for great support!

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Re: OBDLink MX Wi-Fi vs Bluetooth

Postby Harry » Tue Oct 04, 2016 10:37 am

gplracerx wrote:I noticed that iOS 10.0.2 is out now. Did that fix any problems that weren't fixed with 20.1.1?

The problem with WiFi sensors worked around in LapTimer v20.1.1 is most probably not fixed in iOS v10.0.2. This issue has been reported to Apple during the iOS 10 beta but seems to have received no priority. But anyway, as the LapTimer workaround seems to work, I do not have any Known Issues on my list related to iOS10 any more. It seems it is safe to update.

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