Turbo3
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Re: Disable VSP sound by software

Tue Aug 29, 2017 1:00 pm

LeafSpy Pro Android version 0.40.101 with VSP support has just been uploaded to Google's PlayStore.

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Re: Disable VSP sound by software

Tue Aug 29, 2017 1:08 pm

Great news, thanks!
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Turbo3
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Re: Disable VSP sound by software

Tue Aug 29, 2017 4:24 pm

The VSP version of LeafSpy Pro is now available on Amazon.

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Re: Disable VSP sound by software

Tue Aug 29, 2017 5:03 pm

Turbo3 wrote:LeafSpy Pro Android version 0.40.101 with VSP support has just been uploaded to Google's PlayStore.

0.40.101 update from google play store successfully removed drive and backup sounds
I re enabled them to verify retrieval with 100% success.
Very easy to do, thanks Jim
OT : Just one request , any chance you can substitute the drive sound with one that sounds like a pack of hungry wolves?
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Re: Disable VSP sound by software

Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:36 am

Turbo3 wrote:The VSP version of LeafSpy Pro is now available on Amazon.


I just want to say that I've been waiting for this for years. I have a 2013 with the annoying beeps and this LeafSpry Pro update has cured it. I drove last night and this morning with the windows down just so I could hear.... nothing :D

Thank you andrik, Turbo3 and anyone else deserving credit for this!

JR

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Re: Disable VSP sound by software

Fri Sep 01, 2017 4:55 pm

Turbo3 wrote:The VSP version of LeafSpy Pro is now available on Amazon.


Whoops, should have checked again before I purchased on play store. Oh well, amazon underground behaved weird on my phone anyway.
Totally worth buying the app twice to enjoy the sounds of silence. Worked great on my 2015! Thanks!!
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Re: Disable VSP sound by software

Tue Sep 05, 2017 6:34 am

Fantastic. My neighbors will be so happy - I'm sure they don't enjoy hearing my electric garbage truck backing out at 2am all the time.

Are the settings remembered across vehicle starts, or do you need to keep the OBDII adapter + LeafSpyPro connected to set it on each start?

Can I connect them up once, set it, and then keep the OBDII adapter unplugged from then on? I drive my Leaf irregularly so I prefer not to have the OBDII adapter connected and vampire draining all the time.

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Re: Disable VSP sound by software

Tue Sep 05, 2017 9:18 am

ltbighorn wrote:Fantastic. My neighbors will be so happy - I'm sure they don't enjoy hearing my electric garbage truck backing out at 2am all the time.

Are the settings remembered across vehicle starts, or do you need to keep the OBDII adapter + LeafSpyPro connected to set it on each start?

Can I connect them up once, set it, and then keep the OBDII adapter unplugged from then on? I drive my Leaf irregularly so I prefer not to have the OBDII adapter connected and vampire draining all the time.

The adapter I use has an on off switch and the settings keep the same whether it is on or off.
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Re: Disable VSP sound by software

Sun Sep 10, 2017 2:19 pm

ElectricEddy wrote:
ltbighorn wrote:Fantastic. My neighbors will be so happy - I'm sure they don't enjoy hearing my electric garbage truck backing out at 2am all the time.

Are the settings remembered across vehicle starts, or do you need to keep the OBDII adapter + LeafSpyPro connected to set it on each start?

Can I connect them up once, set it, and then keep the OBDII adapter unplugged from then on? I drive my Leaf irregularly so I prefer not to have the OBDII adapter connected and vampire draining all the time.

The adapter I use has an on off switch and the settings keep the same whether it is on or off.


Awesome, thanks. The settings are saved as expected.

FWIW, I picked up a $12.59 Foseal Bluetooth OBDII adapter on 9/5/2017 ( https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00 ... UTF8&psc=1) and it worked fine with LeafSpy, shows as ELM327 1.5. Not the new Bluetooth LE kind, but a good deal cheaper than the LE one I saw.

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Re: Disable VSP sound by software

Sat Sep 23, 2017 7:40 pm

silverone wrote:
LeftieBiker wrote:Anyone who disables the factory backup beeping is risking injuring someone, and also risking a lawsuit if it happens. Lowering the volume somewhat would seem to be a better idea.


There is no US regulation requiring the reverse beeper, and other domestic EVs like the Volt don't have it.

The relevant OSHA regulation is 29 CFR Part 1926.601(b)(4) which requires "a reverse signal alarm audible above surrounding noise level", but only when the motor vehicle has "an obstructed view to the rear". The determination of the noise level is left to the employer. However, because equipment is moved from place to place, the loudest alarms are often selected.


They may not be mandated by law, but they do exist on LEAF as safety features. Intentionally disabling them could constitute reckless endangerment, or worse, imho.
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