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Old 04-07-2012, 06:52 PM   #1
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This is the track recorder plug in for the torque app. If you have an android, you need this app.

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THAT IS SO FREAKIN' MUCH WIN IT MAKES ME SICK!!!

Stupid OBD 1
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And I should point out, the plug in is free.
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That'* a cool find Dan, I have the Droidx. What'* the interface cost?
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Torque is $5. I used the KIWI interface, that was $99, well worth the price. The cheep china adapters are not worth the price of shipping.
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The cheep china adapters are not worth the price of shipping.
How so not? Connectivity issues? Data transmission speeds? What is wrong with them?
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What he said ^^^
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My first one was the cheep China adapter. It connected, sometimes, most of the time not. When it did connect, there was a very big lag on the information, like 1 or 2 seconds. The KIWI was 4X as much, but it connects every time, there is still a small lag, I think that'* just a bluetooth thing, but the lag is under a second, perhaps .25 of a second. The China adapters are also big blocks, and my OBD is under the steering wheel, so it'* right by my feet, I was bumping it all the time. The KIWI has a 6 foot cord and you can put it just about where ever you want.
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Even with a 6ft cord, I bump my HPT cord all the time. Wish it came with a 90degree connector like my Scantool.net adaptor.

Either way, I'm gonna look into this!!!
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Dude, a 90* plug would rock. I have that on my aeroforce. I found taking the cord over the column and then over to the passenger side helps keep it out of the way. I love this app. I can't believe how powerful it is. Even scans KR now. And the author keeps adding more features. Check out the free version.
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