Which adapter is required to use InCarDoc Android?

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Administrator posted this 19 September 2014

Please, note that OBD InCarDoc Android supports all ELM327 based Bluetooth and WiFi hardware interfaces including but not limited to:

  • OBDII
  • OBD pros
  • CHX
  • CBT
  • Vgate
  • OBD2ECU
  • ScanTool.net OBD Scan (including OBDLink scanner and other adapters STN11XX)
  • PLX Devices Kiwi Bluetooth
  • Diamex DX70 & DXM
  • Any other ELM327

​​You can also perform Google search by the keyword "ELM327 Bluetooth" or "ELM327 WiFi".

More details about adapters in the article "How to choose an OBD II adapter: Wi-Fi or Bluetooth"

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Guest posted this 08 May 2015

Does anyone know how heflpul Code Reader tools are?I am looking at buying either Innova Can OBD2 code reader ($149.99), or the cheaper one, that gives you a booklet to look up the codes meaning ($89.99). Any comments?Thanks,Vince

rodrigoangelicanal posted this 10 January 2018

 The OBD  Car Doctor works with "Engie Device"? Thansk, Rodrigo.

inCarDoc posted this 11 January 2018

Link points two adapters: "for Android" and "for iOS"

Unfortunately there are no detailed technical specification on listed adapters, but could guess that

"for Android" is generic ELM327 adapter with Bluetooth 2.0 support, and it should be compatible with Android version of OBD Car Doctor

"for iOS" is using BLE (Bluetooth 4.0) communication, that requires app to be adopted for exact adapter, and unfortunately neither Android nor iOS version of OBD Car Doctor was adopted or tested with Engie for iOS.

Thanks!