I want to clear P18AB, P189D, P3180, P3182, P3100, U100A. I also have a few on the ABS side but I think that is related to the back-up brake capacitor and will go away. Do you know how many key cycles the leaf takes to self clear codes?
Also a note for others on 12v battery removal, If the battery is removed within 5 minutes after the power switch is turned OFF, multiple DTCs may be detected. So wait a good 5mins before you remove power to the 12v battery.
Turbo3 wrote:What version of the app did you get running on your Kindle HD 8.9? Lite/standard/Pro and 0.28.?? or 0.27.
The only version I could get my hands on was V0.28.12 Lite from the Google Play store.
Turbo3 wrote:Amazon requires that they test the app first before it is made available and they are the ones saying it has orientation problems and does not work on the Kindle HD 8.9. This was also verified by another Kindle user I sent the Lite APK too. Amazon controls what devices can download the app based on their testing.
There you go, had to jinx it. I can confirm that on the 8.9 the app stops when I spin the screen around, but it's fine after a quick restart. I generally don't spin the device when I using it - sorry.
For what it's worth, the coder adapting CyanogenMod to the KFHD devices had to re-write the display/screen rotation code as it appears Amazon did something strange with the KFHD 8.9. Your app works perfectly on the KFHD 8.9 and 7 when the devices are running the ported Jelly Bean OS.
Turbo3 wrote:Amazon tested the Kindle Fire HD (smaller screen) and said it passed but I have reports that that device is also not allowed to download. So I don't know what is going on with Amazon. It takes days for Amazon to test and report back which does not work well as a way to debug this problem.
I'm not surprised here as the store doesn't appear to segregate by KFHD 7 or 8.9 - it'll be an 'all or none' situation for you.
Sorry for the incomplete report earlier. I didn't get the screen rotation crash as I didn't rotate the screen the past few times I've used the app. And again - after the 'the app has stopped' message, one tap and it's back. If I lock the screen rotation on the Kindle, there's no app crash.
In other news, you got some advertising across the pond (start at 1:45 in):
"The stupid become extinct."-Bill Mollison 2018 Outlander PHEV 2015 smart Electric Drive (lease ended Feb, 2018) OpenEVSE Plus DIY
pthack wrote:So what's the hazard if I don't tear the adapter apart and move the power input? Does it run down my battery?
How can I tell if I need to do this? just look for the red light if the car is off and not charging?
Very few people have modded their adapters. I leave mine plugged in all the time and no sweat. If you were to leave the car off, LEAF Spy open, AND keep the phone in Bluetooth range of the car for an extended period it might be a problem, but otherwise no.
2014 Rav4 EV, Blizzard Pearl White
2011 LEAF SL w/QC, Blue Ocean, returned at end of lease
AndyH wrote:In other news, you got some advertising across the pond (start at 1:45 in)
Thanks for noticing! Jim deserves it. It's not just the UK; LeafSpy is popular in places like Australia and Germany as well. We uploaded the relevant segment to our YouTube channel in July. Nikki does an admirable job with her show. Very excited about the new format (T.E.N.). Hopefully, it will work out as well as planned.