No problem I can wait.mjblazin wrote:FYI in the about section I have LeafSpy Pro 1.0.10. on IOS 8.3
It will be a few days before I charge again. I do not charge at home.
The Konnwei KW902 is the only one I can recommend. Version numbers are useless as most manufacturers from Asia just make up their own numbers the higher the better. You need one with a PIC processor to have the best chance of it supporting the ELM commands need for the Leaf. The official ELM version 2.1 command set supports all the commands needed for the Leaf just like version 1.5 did but the ones from Asia are not official.Evoforce wrote:Yup, I am frustrated about getting the right version of OBD2. 2.1 version was already sent to me after a long wait from China and it was supposed to be a 1.5. Looking for 6-9 dollars including shipping, arriving to my house soon, able to operate two at the same time without conflict(2 cars), super mini size, and Bluetooth. Also, without virus's on the software disk. Can anyone point me in that direction please?
The device does not have to be activated with the carrier to work with LEAF Spy.Turbo3 wrote:+1 I use the Kyocera Event for development.mwalsh wrote:Kyocera Event:mkjayakumar wrote:I bought the OBD adapter. Given that I only have an iPhone, now can anyone recommend a simple inexpensive Android phone that I buy off of Amazon that will reliably work with this App and tool?
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Currently cheaper at Walmart than off Amazon (though it has been seen on Amazon for as little as $39.99 before today).
Yes, that is what a lot of people particularly iPhone users have reported doing till LEAF Spy Pro was developed for iOS.LeftieBiker wrote:Just to be clear: the phone can be configured to a carrier like Virgin Mobile, but can can still be used without activating it? If so, I think I'll just pick up a new Event for $25 and use it as a dedicated device.
Without cell contract you just have to log onto WIFI at home or at a business to download the leafspy app and once you have the app you can turn off data and wifi and just use bluetooth for the OBDII if you want to save power (turning off the data radio will save power).LeftieBiker wrote:Just to be clear: the phone can be configured to a carrier like Virgin Mobile, but can can still be used without activating it? If so, I think I'll just pick up a new Event for $25 and use it as a dedicated device.