Bob wrote:In a private message to me on 11/7, Jim (author of Leaf Spy and Leaf Spy Pro) wrote:
"For normal Bluetooth I currently recommend the Konnwei KW902 which is available from Amazon. But on the next release I will switch to recommending only Bluetooth 4.x LE OBDII adapters.
For the next official release of LeafSpy I will support the much easier to use Bluetooth 4.x LE OBDII adapters. The two that are supported are the LELink and the PLX Kiwi 3 both available from Amazon. These two adapters also work with the iOS version of LeafSpy."
You can view his official page at:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... _Pro&hl=en
blimpy wrote:Konnwei arrived.. win one, lose one.
Per advice, I got a Konnwei KW902.. nicely packaged, nicely made.
Paired with Tab2 fine.
Paired with Leaf Spy Lite.. and works fine.
It wont pair with Leaf Spy Pro.
tried cycling the car, cycling the Kw902, tried repairing with the Tab2.
Tried it with Lite going, tried it with Lite not going.
Tried re-entering the password for the KW902.
I am connecting using blue tooth.
Am I ignoring something basic ??
borugee wrote:I have the same problem. Pair with Lite. Don't pair with Leaf Spy Pro. Non Pro version pairs, but do not display correct info (ex. SOH=0, odo=0) What do I have to do to get this working. I have a Konnwei KW902 / Samsung Galaxy 7.0 / Leaf 2017. If the problem with KW902 or Leaf Spy software? Do I have to uninstall Leaf Spy Life to get Pro version to work?? Please help.