First, as a new user of Leaf Spy Pro I'd like to sincerely thank Jim Pollock (Turbo3) for this wonderful product that he has developed for the LEAF community.
A truly great piece of software that every LEAF driver should have
But I would like to offer some constructive suggestions for improvement of the Tire Registration process. Yes, it does work as currently designed. But it is tediously unnecessarily time consuming, and with the OEM tires I don't like driving around with any of them inflated to less than 34 psig. For the short distances probably not a big harm. But surely there has to be a better approach.
Why can't the software be revised to give the user their own selection of pressures and locations on the vehicle? User enters four pressures and their location on the vehicle, e.g.
The locations could be simply entered by checking one of four locations besides the pressure entry. The app would validate that all four locations were selected and that the pressures were separated by at least 3 psi.
But it would be much better if the tire registration was done using a magnet and a tire registration screen in the app that didn't require changing tire pressures at all and didn't require driving the vehicle. A retrofit tire pressure monitoring system that I bought for an old vehicle without TPMS at Goodyear and that was manufactured by Johnson Controls included the magnet for doing the tire pressure registration. Apparently a lot of the TPMS systems support such an approach, as Tire Rack currently sells a tire pressure registration magnet for $14.99. Does the TPMS used by Nissan not support tire registration using a magnet?