Connection Mode Bluetooth - inCarDoc
Connection Mode Bluetooth
#1 Start car engine
#2 Unplug/plug back OBD-II adapter into pinout port (DLC - Diagnostic Link Connector)
#3 Make sure that adapter is powered
#4 (optional) Pair your adapter in Android Bluetooth settings. Go Android Settings - Bluetooth, do search and pairing of your OBD-II adapter, usually PIN code is 1234 or 0000, or other stated in your adapter description.
#5 Start app inCarDoc, go through initial settings wizard and start the connection settings: Settings-Connection guide
#6 Find and click on your adapter in a list of available connections. If you skip pairing, please note to turn on Location permission and service to allow app searching of active Bluetooth devices
#7 Wait finishing of the connection testing
#8 Congratulations, you are connected and ready to read data from your car! Use the Connect button at Home app screen for consequent connections.
Before to start: Stop the Engine; Turn off OBD apps on your device; Prepare adapter
In case if you use iOS device:
#1 Plug your OBD Wi-Fi Device (OBD-II WiFi Adapter) to your car's OBD2 diagnostic port. The OBD-II port is usually located within 2 feet (0.61 m) of the steering wheel.
#2 Start car's engine
#3 At your iPhone go to Settings, choose Wi-Fi, V-Gate or Kiwi
#4 In the case of Bluetooth connection (VGate, Kiwi3), make sure that Bluetooth is enabled in the system settings. No additional configuration connection via Bluetooth does not require. For the connection click "Connect" on the main screen of the app.
Use inCarDoc and save the car’s engine.