Edugeek 1/4 mile comp?....
firstname.lastname@example.org (some poor gear changes) in my 07 Fiat Bravo Tjet120
Years ago I could do 0-60 in under 11 seconds with my Volvo T5R estate.... with a 1-ton caravan on the back ;)
Will this work with an iPhone 4 on iOS 5 ( latest version ) or does it need to be an android device ?
Apparently the dongles can talk to Windows/Linux laptops and there is software available (some dongles come with demos of these)
There are also (apparently) Wi-Fi ODB2 dongles as well that are Mac compatible, but not sure about software availability.
There is similar pc software out there for instance vagcom for vw junk, lexia3 for Peugeot Citroen and so forth. Garmin also have a Bluetooth module that works with their satnavs
Nowt wrong with VAG.. ;)
I recently purchased one of these Auto V1.5 Bluetooth CAN-BUS Diagnostic interface scanner tool OBD2 OBDII ELM327 | eBay brilliant for the money! Came with an interesting CD of software for Windows, Android, WinMob and Symbian!?
Worked with my MR2 Roadster and diagnosed an EML which on its own was brilliant, I used the free version of Torque which I was so impressed with ended up purchasing the full version for less than £3. I also tried it on my Mini Cooper S and I love PSI readings from the supercharger itís a geekís toy and handy tool combined! :D
Used this recently to check my wife's car when the Check Engine light came on. Diagnosed a bad shift solenoid. The mechanic confirmed it and promptly took me to the cleaners.
I bought a bluetooth adapter the other day inspired by this thread, works brilliantly with torque, I bought this one V1.4 OBD2 OBDII CAN-BUS Diagnostic Scanner Bluetooth: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics
I also decided to write my own web interface for storing the logged data from torque (torque already has that feature but I prefer to store the data myself) and it works quite nicely.