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Re: Leaf Spy Pro problem Hardware or software?

Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2016 5:57 pm
by ChuckO
I am a new owner of the software, purchased through the apple App Store. I have a iPad pro that is new as well and the OBDII wi if interface scanner that is iOS ready. So I plug in the interface and it shows a red light and started the car, launched the app and no interface - no information. I verified that the wi-fi was being detected by the iPad as well.

I'm not sure where the fault is. Do I need other software for the OBDII to function?

Re: Leaf Spy Pro problem Hardware or software?

Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2016 5:59 pm
by cwerdna
ChuckO wrote:I am a new owner of the software, purchased through the apple App Store. I have a iPad pro that is new as well and the OBDII wi if interface scanner that is iOS ready. So I plug in the interface and it shows a red light and started the car, launched the app and no interface - no information. I verified that the wi-fi was being detected by the iPad as well.

I'm not sure where the fault is. Do I need other software for the OBDII to function?
You're better off posting to http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... &hilit=ios.

Please post the exactly make and model of OBD2 dongle you're using. Without that, we're flying blind. Best if you continue the discussion in the above thread.

Re: Leaf Spy Pro problem Hardware or software?

Posted: Sun Jan 24, 2016 9:24 pm
by Turbo3
ChuckO wrote:I am a new owner of the software, purchased through the apple App Store. I have a iPad pro that is new as well and the OBDII wi if interface scanner that is iOS ready. So I plug in the interface and it shows a red light and started the car, launched the app and no interface - no information. I verified that the wi-fi was being detected by the iPad as well.

I'm not sure where the fault is. Do I need other software for the OBDII to function?
Did you go into the LeafSpy Settings menu and register the WiFi OBDII's SSID so LeafSpy knows when the WiFi is connected to the OBDII adapter?