So sorry if this has been covered but I could not find my answer in any of the posts. I have an iphone 6s with ios 11.3 and I just downloaded LeafSpy Pro v. 1.7.37. I have the adapter plugged into the leaf and it comes up in the Wif settings on my phone, but when I tried to follow your steps for ios wifi device setup it is not working. You already know there is no "static", only "manual" or "boot". I did try the manual but it did not allow me to leave the router field blank (would not give the option to save settings) and the DNS setting also seemed to be a problem. Am I missing something? I would love to try this out so please tell me what I am missing!
Manual is the same as Static. I have no idea why Apple decided to change the name. After that, the steps are the same.
1. Go to Settings/Wi-Fi and you should see your WiFi device listed under "CHOOSE A NETWORK". Tap the BLUE
circled "i" to the right of your network name.
2. On the next screen under "IPV4 ADDRESS" tap "Automatic" so you can change it to "Manual".
3. After tapping "Automatic" you will get a screen with options of "Automatic" (default), "Manual" (what we want) and "BootP". Select "Manual".
4. After selecting "Manual" you will be able to enter the "IP Address" and "Subnet Mask" per the instructions in LeafSpy.
5. Enter 192.168.0.123 for the IP Address.
6. Enter 255.255.255.0 for the Subnet Mask. Note you must enter this in or the "Save" option will not be enabled. Leave the "Router" field blank.
If the Save option is not enabled then you have either not entered in the correct IP Address AND Subnet Mask or they are already saved. Go back and check that they exactly match the above values.
Note that the "Save" option will not be enabled if you have already saved the values. This might make you think you can not save without entering a Router value. You can test this by changing the "0" of the Subnet Mask to "4". Note that "Save" is now enabled since it does not match what is currently saved. Change it back to "0" and "Save" is disabled, not because you need to enter a Router value but because it has already been saved without a Router value.
After all this I must say I do not recommend
a WiFi OBDII adapter. There is a new set of cost reduced (for the manufacturer) ones coming to market that do not support the Leaf. If you get stuck cycling up to state 14 with your Leaf turned On then you probably have one.
The recommended adapter is the LELink
which is Bluetooth 4.x LE and requires no setup other than Bluetooth being turned on on your iPhone which it normally is.