BLevitan wrote: ↑Thu Dec 17, 2020 9:20 amSorry if these issues have already been addressed but I did a search and couldn't find anything.
Issue 1: LeafSpy Pro not connecting.
I have the recommended LELink OBDII device and my Android tablet shows it can see the device OK. When I start LeafSpy Pro it shows a connecting message with a "spinner" (really just alternates between / and \) at the bottom right of the screen and shows "LELink" in the bottom centre. But it fails to connect (I have waited over 5 minutes). It has worked in the past, so I'm not sure what's going wrong. I have tried clearing the application cache and forcing the application to stop; I have also tried a restart on the tablet all to no avail. Any ideas how to fix this? Is there a "right" sequence to do things, I have been doibng this: (1) plug in LELink, (2) turn on Leaf, (3) turn on tablet, (4) turn on Bluetooth and check LELINK device is seen, (5) start LeafSpy Pro.
Issue 2: On the two previous occasions I have connected successfully I get all the information screens, but the odometer reading is wrong (by a very large margin). What's going on?
Many thanks for any advice that can be offered.
I am guessing car is off when this happens? I have the same issues when the car is off, no issues if the car is on. I think the added complexity of Pro is the likely cause and I no no way to get around it. The other thing is my OBD times out and powers down. Guessing it takes its queue from the car and not the app.Glyndwr1998 wrote: ↑Thu Dec 31, 2020 10:45 amHi all,
I have a particular issue.
I`m using a good version of the konweii adaptor and a galaxy note 8, running android 9 i believe.
Loaded are the leafspy free and paid for leafspy pro app.
When i connect to the nissan leaf using the pro app, the connection drops out alll the time and reconnets... this is constant, maybe every 30 seconds.
When i connect to the leaf using the free leafspy app, it connects and stays connected, very stable.
Any idea how i can get around this to ensure the pro version connects and stays as stable as the standard free version.
Interesting. Konwei has had such a bad rep, hard to discount it but I would also look at the Android version. Version 9 is like ancient... When my LSP fails to load screens its always because an update is available. I normally run LSP on my spare phone which live in airplane mode most of the time so its not updated but somehow LSP still knows...Glyndwr1998 wrote: ↑Thu Dec 31, 2020 3:05 pmhi Dave,
My leafspy pro is unstable with the car on or off to be honest.
I have a e-nv200 nissan electric van too that the same happens, so i`m pretty sure its a compatibility issue, was hoping someone could give info of maybe a set up change.
I use mostly the free version for everyday use, and only use the pro to read and erase codes (if needed)
Thanks for replying anyway buddy.
In settings, there is a checkbox "LeLink^2 Zero Power Mode" but he isn't using that so...dk. I guess it wouldn't hurt to disable it to see if it does anything?