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Re: iOS Version of LeafSpy Pro development discussion

Posted: Thu May 17, 2018 2:13 pm
by Harmen
I have purchased Leaf Spy Pro for my iPhone in order to change some settings in the car
(New 2018 LEAF, iPhone X, I want to change the door locking settings and the irritating sound the car makes in reverse)

However I can't seem to find the screen for changing settings in the LeafSpy Pro app.
Could it be this feature is discontinued?

the only screens I get are: 'Battery Cells', 'Graphs', 'Table' and 'Summary'

Re: iOS Version of LeafSpy Pro development discussion

Posted: Thu May 17, 2018 3:45 pm
by TheLostPetrol
Harmen wrote:I have purchased Leaf Spy Pro for my iPhone in order to change some settings in the car
(New 2018 LEAF, iPhone X, I want to change the door locking settings and the irritating sound the car makes in reverse)

However I can't seem to find the screen for changing settings in the LeafSpy Pro app.
Could it be this feature is discontinued?

the only screens I get are: 'Battery Cells', 'Graphs', 'Table' and 'Summary'

Try Settings : Service Screen : Enable.
Service Screen reverts to disabled every time Leaf Spy restarts.

Re: iOS Version of LeafSpy Pro development discussion

Posted: Fri Nov 02, 2018 3:09 pm
by Turbo3
Test version 1.7.39 is now available for testing. It adds support for Gauges to custom screens.

Visit Custom Screen topic for more details.

Re: iOS Version of LeafSpy Pro development discussion

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 2:48 pm
by Turbo3
Test Version 1.7.40 is now available for testing.

It contains three changes.

1. Support for reading tire pressures from 2018 and newer Leafs
2. Disables Tire Registration function for 2018 and newer Leafs. This will be added back once I learn the new sequence.
3. Bug fix that could cause LeafSpy to not be able to read data from the Leaf.

Since I don't have a 2018 or newer Leaf yet, I need feedback on whether the tire pressures can now be read from 2018 and newer Leafs.

Re: iOS Version of LeafSpy Pro development discussion

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 3:30 pm
by virol
Turbo3 wrote:Test Version 1.7.40 is now available for testing.

It contains three changes.

1. Support for reading tire pressures from 2018 and newer Leafs
2. Disables Tire Registration function for 2018 and newer Leafs. This will be added back once I learn the new sequence.
3. Bug fix that could cause LeafSpy to not be able to read data from the Leaf.

Since I don't have a 2018 or newer Leaf yet, I need feedback on whether the tire pressures can now be read from 2018 and newer Leafs.


@turbo3

first of all glad to see you again on this forum....

can we as android users help with testversions onto the 2018 leaf, is there already a new android testversion of leafspy pro with the gauge custom functions and the new tire pressure readings?


regards

Re: iOS Version of LeafSpy Pro development discussion

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 11:23 pm
by Flyct
Turbo3 wrote:Test Version 1.7.40 is now available for testing.

It contains three changes.

1. Support for reading tire pressures from 2018 and newer Leafs
2. Disables Tire Registration function for 2018 and newer Leafs. This will be added back once I learn the new sequence.
3. Bug fix that could cause LeafSpy to not be able to read data from the Leaf.

Since I don't have a 2018 or newer Leaf yet, I need feedback on whether the tire pressures can now be read from 2018 and newer Leafs.


Tire pressure readings popped up fine on my 2018 Leaf SV

THANK YOU!


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Re: iOS Version of LeafSpy Pro development discussion

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 11:34 am
by crunchy3d
Turbo3 wrote:3. Bug fix that could cause LeafSpy to not be able to read data from the Leaf.

Is it possible that it happens on android version as well? Two weeks ago LeafSpy stopped working on one of my android phones. I thought it was HW related, but it did not work on two different OBDs. Uninstall and install did not help as well as deleting some data. Then I tested with the second android phone and LeafSpy worked. However, it worked just for one week and then the same happened (no chance to get any data from OBD). Now I am reluctant to try with my android tablet, since I am afraid that it may stop working as well after some time.
Are you preparing the new android version as well? I would be happy to test it, if possible. Sorry that it is not related to iOS version, but the bug seems to be the same.

Re: iOS Version of LeafSpy Pro development discussion

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:02 pm
by Turbo3
virol wrote:
Turbo3 wrote:Test Version 1.7.40 is now available for testing.

It contains three changes.

1. Support for reading tire pressures from 2018 and newer Leafs
2. Disables Tire Registration function for 2018 and newer Leafs. This will be added back once I learn the new sequence.
3. Bug fix that could cause LeafSpy to not be able to read data from the Leaf.

Since I don't have a 2018 or newer Leaf yet, I need feedback on whether the tire pressures can now be read from 2018 and newer Leafs.


@turbo3

first of all glad to see you again on this forum....

can we as android users help with testversions onto the 2018 leaf, is there already a new android testversion of leafspy pro with the gauge custom functions and the new tire pressure readings?


regards

I have an Android version I am testing which needs a few updates before I can release a test version.

Android has also forced a change to permissions which now must be requested at run time instead of during install. The message Android shows (which can not be changed) for the permission to access the phone state makes it sound like my app is trying to access everything on your phone. It scares me when I see it and I wrote the app and know it does none of those things. The message (at least in English) is:

"Allow LeafSpy to make and manage phone calls?"

How can they say such a thing when that is not what the app is requesting!!!

I can just see the emails flooding in when I release the next Android version after this message pops up. Not looking forward to that.

Re: iOS Version of LeafSpy Pro development discussion

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:18 pm
by Turbo3
crunchy3d wrote:
Turbo3 wrote:3. Bug fix that could cause LeafSpy to not be able to read data from the Leaf.

Is it possible that it happens on android version as well? Two weeks ago LeafSpy stopped working on one of my android phones. I thought it was HW related, but it did not work on two different OBDs. Uninstall and install did not help as well as deleting some data. Then I tested with the second android phone and LeafSpy worked. However, it worked just for one week and then the same happened (no chance to get any data from OBD). Now I am reluctant to try with my android tablet, since I am afraid that it may stop working as well after some time.
Are you preparing the new android version as well? I would be happy to test it, if possible. Sorry that it is not related to iOS version, but the bug seems to be the same.

That bug is due to the addition of gauges which is not in the Android version.

With gauges you actually get a second high speed version of the LeafSpy CAN engine which supports reading data for only the items being displayed. This can result in very high gauge update rates (many times a second) depending on what is displayed. The standard CAN engine cycles through almost all items even those not being displayed making the refresh rate in the 5 to 10 second area. The bug was caused by switching between these two engines as you changed the screen you were looking at.

Once gauges are added the new high speed CAN engine is used when a custom screen is being displayed. So custom screens without any gauges will also see a speed up depending on what is being displayed.

Re: iOS Version of LeafSpy Pro development discussion

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:20 pm
by Turbo3
Flyct wrote:
Turbo3 wrote:Test Version 1.7.40 is now available for testing.

It contains three changes.

1. Support for reading tire pressures from 2018 and newer Leafs
2. Disables Tire Registration function for 2018 and newer Leafs. This will be added back once I learn the new sequence.
3. Bug fix that could cause LeafSpy to not be able to read data from the Leaf.

Since I don't have a 2018 or newer Leaf yet, I need feedback on whether the tire pressures can now be read from 2018 and newer Leafs.


Tire pressure readings popped up fine on my 2018 Leaf SV

THANK YOU!


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Great, thanks for the report. This version is probably ready to be moved to production if no one reports any bugs.