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Sign up and log in with Apple and Google credentials
Starting with Android and iOS app versions 6.1, and Windows, macOS, and Linux versions 4.1, it’s possible to sign up and log in to OBD Auto Doctor software with Apple and Google credentials.
Torque, engine power and boost pressure added
A few days ago we launched the updated OBD Auto Doctor software. This time our main focus was in calculated performance parameters such as Engine Torque, Engine Horsepower and Turbo Boost Pressure.
Thousands of new OBD2 Trouble Codes added!
OBD2 Trouble Codes or Diagnostic Trouble Codes are defined by SAE (Society of Automobile Engineers). SAE is the organization that specifies the OBD2 standards. These include the one that defines all the generic Diagno...
Bluetooth Low Energy update for Mac and PC
Our OBD diagnostic software for macOS, Windows and Linux got new version update yesterday. Along other changes, the version 3.1 includes important improvements for Bluetooth connectivity.
Car diagnostic software update for PC and Mac
Our car diagnostic software for PC and Mac was updated about a month ago. The latest OBD Auto Doctor is now labeled as version 3. It took few weeks to publish this blog post. But it’s never too late, right? Let’s go t...
Windows, Mac OS X and Linux version 2.0
OBD Auto Doctor for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux was previously updated to version 2.0. The new version contains a lot improvements. Some of them are visible to you but there are several improvements done under the hoo...
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