The newest version of our OBDII software for mobile has been available for N9 several weeks now. Unfortunately Symbian owners need to still wait. Today, the app has been waiting for approval in Nokia Store QA for one month. We decided to publish this post even though the Symbian version is not available yet. Nokia has some serious issues and can’t even give an estimate when it will approve the update. We will make a new post as soon as the new version is available for Symbian^3, Symbian Anna and Nokia Belle devices too. We are terribly sorry about the delay.
The version 1.4 of the software includes improvements and features such as:
Oscilloscope improvements; now the OBD scope is automatically scaled to proper scale. Previously the scale was fixed and showed the whole scale of the possible parameter values. Another neat feature is the fullscreen scope. To open the fullscreen view, just click the graph of in the Sensor Graph view and the view will become fullscreen.
This version includes initial support for OBDKey scantool adapter. The very early OBDKey 1.1 and 1.2 versions might still not work. We are resolving the issue with the OBDKey manufacturer. However, the currently available OBDKey 1.4 works without any issues. OBDKey is now one of the officially supported adapters for the mobile version.
We also added a feature to help resolving possible connectivity issues that some of you might have. A troubleshoot log is available under Information – Troubleshoot Information. By default the log is turned off to save resources. If you are having issues connecting to your car, just turn the troubleshoot log on from the settings and send the log file to us from the Troubleshoot Information view.
The next version of the software is already cooking. It will contain tools for monitoring fuel economy among other improvements. Feedback is always very welcome, leave yours on the comments.