I bought what looks to be the same device from ebay seller "l.g.brother":Turbo3 wrote:I have had the best results with the 'Mini'.DougWantsALeaf wrote:Will any version/maker of ELM327 OBDII OBD2 Bluetooth work with Leaf Spy?
So, if I can verify with a seller that the ELM327 has 3 boards instead two, this would be indicative of a V1.5 - correct?Turbo3 wrote:For now I would stay away from any ELM327 listed as being v2.1. For clones this means a cost reduced version as there are only 2 circuit boards inside instead of 3. Being listed as v2.1 does not mean it supports the official v2.1 AT command set or even the v1.5 command set.
This is the one I ended up going with. It is one of the devices listed on the wiki page. It was about $24.00 before shipping, and it is bulky - i.e. probably not good for leaving plugged in when driving and during ingress/egress, as it hangs down into the footwell and most likely would get kicked unless you are extremely careful.princen wrote:I have several ELM327 devices that are sold as 1.5 but are reported by the app as 2.1. So no luck to get them working
Will the Scantool BDLINK LX work? While more expensive, I can at least rely on it being genuine.
Yes, it comes up as V1.5 on the Leaf Spy screen.doggyollie wrote:Let us know if it is v1.5 Gary. I am still withholding purchasing another as I have ordered to v2.1 and I'm hesitant to get another unless I know it is 1.5.