Can you take an ELM trace while turning on and off the VSP sounds. See bottom of the help file for how to do and where to send them.rmorgansd wrote:I cannot get the VSP sound disable to work on my 2017 SV It is simply stuck at the screen that says turni leaf on. I tried all three states ignition on, , Acc mode, and in drive mode and then park and cannot get that message to go away. All other functions seem to work on the other screens in the service menu, but coming back to the VSP disable screen it still says "turn leaf on " and will not let you adjust any of the slide switches
UPDATE: After going to the headlight settings menu and then the door unlock settings menu then returning to the VSP menu it suddenly started working and I could modify the switch positions and it does turn off the sounds. Fantastic that this works, just getting the menu to realize that the Leaf is turned on is a little bit buggy.
The manual is not posted in this thread, but is available within the app itself, at least in the current iOS version I have. To open:jimmol wrote:After looking through all 31 pages of this post, I still did not see where to find the "manual" that explains what is on each screen and what it means and if it is good or bad.
Yes I can figure out many things, SOC=state of charge(?), having 22.7 kWh after charging is good (I think), 396.1V should be good (right?) but what is GID? Why is it at 103.6%? Is that good or bad.
So I anyone knows a web site that covers these things or the post on this sight, which I might have missed, please pass them along.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
I will need to check my Viecar to see if it operates the same. It the Viecar broadcast name is really "Viecar iOS" then the current LeafSpy app will not recognize it as it is only looking for "Viecar".Tewharaunz wrote:Hi,
Amazon is a pain in NZ so I bought a Viecar OBDII ELM327 that supports BT 4.0 (model VC102). Unfortunately, LeafSpy Pro doesn't recognise it. Can I play with the User_BLE_Id.txt in iTunes to make it work? If so, how would I go about finding BLE name, Service String, etc...
- When I open Bluetooth options on the iPhone SE, "Viecar" appears in new BT devices. I can't make it pair on that screen but I know BT4.0 doesn't work like that.
- When I use the same phone but a different app (Auto Doctor) and another car (2007 Landrover), it connects via BT4.0 no problem but once connected, it appears on my BT list as "Viecar iOS"
Not sure what this suggests but someone else might...
Great, I will just change to looking for a broadcast ID with "Viecar" in it instead of an exact match.Tewharaunz wrote:Hi Turbo3,
Thanks for the response.
I downloaded LightBlue Explorer and it definitely shows up as Viecar iOS ...screenshot attached.
I tapped the > then advertisement data for these details:
I'm happy to do some further testing or beta testing possible solutions...