You're probably searching from an ipad, change the display results on the top line from ipad only to iphone only.Petecomp1 wrote:LEAFstat does not show up in the App Store today
Follow the directions on the website for network configuration. The link is in the first post of the thread. That should fix your networking issue.kmp647 wrote:Would it be possible for the soc % #'s to be larger font?
also once I hook up my iphone to the obd2 reader wifi my Pandora will no longer play as the phone tries to use the wifi for it
is there a setting I can change so both stat works, and Pandora ?
Also works great with the shorter profile & switchable one on Amazon:lorenfb wrote:Works great using the 'Xseries' WiFi adapter and indicates the same data as the LeafDD does.lorenfb wrote:Ordered app to compare with Leaf Spy.
No need to do any setup changes with WiFi other than to select the Xseries as the network.
Useless to most. The key parameter is AHr change over life and mileage.mkjayakumar wrote:What about all the other goodies the Andriod app displays like the individual cell voltages ?
Your 20.4 KWh is what my Leaf has (20.3) at 8700 miles (7 months old).JonO wrote:Okay, got my OBDii mini, (with switch, nice touch) and in much less time than the stated delivery time. And easily configured and communicated with my Leaf (2011 SL). Ver 1.2 Leafstat. I'm using an Apple IPad a couple years old, but not sure of operating system version. I would like to see cell levels though.
My question is is it normal to have only 20.4 kwh available on a fully charged battery when there are only 6400 km total on this Leaf? Battery health though is just under 95%.
But it's really great when the technology works easily, first time! Seriously, the switch is a great feature on the OBDii, the leds even shine through the plastic so you ca visually determine if it is on or off.