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PK Water Technologies posted this 2 weeks ago

I'm using doc obd purchase version not properly working my nissan dayz ROOX 2014

inCarDoc posted this 2 weeks ago

Sorry, the issue does not quite clear.

Please follow the recommendations to setup OBD-II connection with your adapter at Android device and send results as well as the issue description directly from the app, as recomended below!

- power-on car's electronics: start car's engine (OR just switch key to ON (II) position just before Start option)
- unplug/plug back the OBD adapter, check that it's powered
- (for Bluetooth) turn off/on Bluetooth support in you phone (or reload phone)
- (*optional, for Bluetooth) try other Bluetooth mode: Settings-Connection-BT mode-Secure
- (for WiFi) go to Android wireless connections, do search and connect to your OBD adapter
- !!! check that other apps or phones does not occupy OBD adapter connection
- start app
- turn on Debug logging: Settings-Logging-Debug logging
- run Connection Guide: Settings-Connection Guide, switch to the 3rd page to search available  connections
- find and click your OBD adapter in a list
  Note! To see all connection points you might need give app Location permission and enable Location service, or do pairing of your OBD-II adapter in Android Bluetooth settings before running the app
- wait finishing of connection testing or error message

- use Connect <...> at Home app screen for consequent connections

If have issues please please use Settings-Logging-Send message  to send details and issue description as well as car model/year details

*option might be required for some adapters and/or if using multiple OBD apps from different developers!

Thanks!