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Re: Leaf Spy Lite

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2016 6:50 pm
by Catflyer
cwerdna wrote:
dhanson865 wrote:Well I guess it was just a fluke. I went down and paired the bluetooth on my android 6.x phone and leafspy connected no problem.
Yep. I've been using a Nexus 5X w/Android 6.x.x (now 6.0.1) for a few months w/Leaf Spy Pro over Bluetooth.

I had to go to this phone as my work requires us to use either the Nexus 5X or 6P if we want access to certain corporate resources. So, I had to turn in my Samsung Galaxy S6 that was working fine w/it (and was still on Lollipop aka 5.x.x). Before that, was using a Galaxy S4. The BT dongle has been the same one the whole time.
So you can get the menu to come up ok by tapping on the Soft Menu icon at the top right?

Re: Leaf Spy Lite

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2016 6:52 pm
by cwerdna
Catflyer wrote:
cwerdna wrote:
dhanson865 wrote:Well I guess it was just a fluke. I went down and paired the bluetooth on my android 6.x phone and leafspy connected no problem.
Yep. I've been using a Nexus 5X w/Android 6.x.x (now 6.0.1) for a few months w/Leaf Spy Pro over Bluetooth.

I had to go to this phone as my work requires us to use either the Nexus 5X or 6P if we want access to certain corporate resources. So, I had to turn in my Samsung Galaxy S6 that was working fine w/it (and was still on Lollipop aka 5.x.x). Before that, was using a Galaxy S4. The BT dongle has been the same one the whole time.
So you can get the menu to come up ok by tapping on the Soft Menu icon at the top right?
Yes. Tapping on that (using Pro version) yields the 2 rows of buttons: Select OBDII, View Trip Log, Settings, About & Help, Exit.

The phone came w/the factory image and I had to apply a boatload of Google's updates (all delivered to recent Nexus phones). It's not rooted, not running CyanogenMod or anything like that.

Re: Leaf Spy Lite

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2016 8:22 pm
by Catflyer
cwerdna wrote:
Catflyer wrote:
cwerdna wrote: Yep. I've been using a Nexus 5X w/Android 6.x.x (now 6.0.1) for a few months w/Leaf Spy Pro over Bluetooth.

I had to go to this phone as my work requires us to use either the Nexus 5X or 6P if we want access to certain corporate resources. So, I had to turn in my Samsung Galaxy S6 that was working fine w/it (and was still on Lollipop aka 5.x.x). Before that, was using a Galaxy S4. The BT dongle has been the same one the whole time.
So you can get the menu to come up ok by tapping on the Soft Menu icon at the top right?
Yes. Tapping on that (using Pro version) yields the 2 rows of buttons: Select OBDII, View Trip Log, Settings, About & Help, Exit.

The phone came w/the factory image and I had to apply a boatload of Google's updates (all delivered to recent Nexus phones). It's not rooted, not running CyanogenMod or anything like that.
Thanks for that. Maybe the issue is just with Leaf Spy Lite. I will get Leaf Spy Pro and try it.

Re: Leaf Spy Lite

Posted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 9:53 am
by Turbo3
Catflyer wrote:
cwerdna wrote:
Catflyer wrote:
So you can get the menu to come up ok by tapping on the Soft Menu icon at the top right?
Yes. Tapping on that (using Pro version) yields the 2 rows of buttons: Select OBDII, View Trip Log, Settings, About & Help, Exit.

The phone came w/the factory image and I had to apply a boatload of Google's updates (all delivered to recent Nexus phones). It's not rooted, not running CyanogenMod or anything like that.
Thanks for that. Maybe the issue is just with Leaf Spy Lite. I will get Leaf Spy Pro and try it.
Please report back if LeafSpy Pro works for you. It is compiled with a much newer version of B4A so that might make a difference. If it does then I will release an updated version of LeafSpy Lite using the newer compiler.

Re: Leaf Spy Lite

Posted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 2:19 pm
by Catflyer
Turbo3 wrote:
Catflyer wrote:
cwerdna wrote: Yes. Tapping on that (using Pro version) yields the 2 rows of buttons: Select OBDII, View Trip Log, Settings, About & Help, Exit.

The phone came w/the factory image and I had to apply a boatload of Google's updates (all delivered to recent Nexus phones). It's not rooted, not running CyanogenMod or anything like that.
Thanks for that. Maybe the issue is just with Leaf Spy Lite. I will get Leaf Spy Pro and try it.
Please report back if LeafSpy Pro works for you. It is compiled with a much newer version of B4A so that might make a difference. If it does then I will release an updated version of LeafSpy Lite using the newer compiler.
I have installed LeafSpy Pro and the Soft Menu works fine on the Samsung S6. Looks like it is only the LeafSpy Lite build that is effected. Now I just have to find a Leaf to buy!

One thing I did notice as I was changing the Settings on LeafSpy Pro - when you change the units between "Feet,mile,mph" and "Meters,km,km/h" the Range setting is automatically changed to the correct unit but the Trip Distance is not. Exiting out of the Settings and going back in the Trip Distance unit is then correct.

Re: Leaf Spy Lite

Posted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 2:22 pm
by Turbo3
Catflyer wrote:
Turbo3 wrote:
Catflyer wrote:
Thanks for that. Maybe the issue is just with Leaf Spy Lite. I will get Leaf Spy Pro and try it.
Please report back if LeafSpy Pro works for you. It is compiled with a much newer version of B4A so that might make a difference. If it does then I will release an updated version of LeafSpy Lite using the newer compiler.
I have installed LeafSpy Pro and the Soft Menu works fine on the Samsung S6. Looks like it is only the LeafSpy Lite build that is effected. Now I just have to find a Leaf to buy!

One thing I did notice as I was changing the Settings on LeafSpy Pro - when you change the units between "Feet,mile,mph" and "Meters,km,km/h" the Range setting is automatically changed to the correct unit but the Trip Distance is not. Exiting out of the Settings and going back in the Trip Distance unit is then correct.
Thanks for reporting and finding the bug. Should be easy to fix.

Re: Leaf Spy Lite

Posted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 8:33 am
by brycenesbitt
Is the LELink OBD-II bluetooth (http://www.ksolution.org/outdoor/enginelink.html) supported by Leaf Spy/Lite/Pro?

I purchased and have used Leaf Spy Pro on iOS, but have just changed phones. When I bring up Leaf Spy Lite
it immediately asks to pair with the bluetooth device, which is not done for Bluetooth Low Energy devices.

Re: Leaf Spy Lite

Posted: Sun Aug 14, 2016 8:39 am
by TimLee
^^^ I don't think Jim has implemented support for the new low energy devices yet on Android versions.
He plans to but has been busy working on Tesla versions.

Re: Leaf Spy Lite

Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2016 12:22 pm
by Waldemar
Hello everyone, I have tried Leaf Spy Lite with GoPoing BT1A (2.1 device, link bellow). Found the dongle in some box, worked fine on my Prius 2nd gen.

http://gopointtech.com/product/bt1a-for-apple-android/

Pairing went fine with both Samsung Galaxy S3 (on KitKat) and Galaxy Tab S on Marshmallow. But that was it, few times "Broken Pipe", SOC is 0% all the time. I guess it is because of BT 2.1, can someone confirm or give some advice? Thx in advance, best regards from Norway

Re: Leaf Spy Lite

Posted: Sat Sep 30, 2017 4:51 pm
by cwerdna
Turbo3, can you remove the recommendation for the KW902 from https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... f_Spy_Lite?

Right now, it still says
Due to a recent cost reduction (and feature reduction) many of the cheap ELM327 OBDII Bluetooth adapters from Asia no longer work with the Leaf and report themselves to be version 2.1. The only one currently recommended is the Bluetooth Konnwei KW902 which still supports all the needed ELM commands to communicate with the Leaf.
(For those who don't know what I'm referring to, see http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?f=44&t=23776.)