Gauges OBD-II - Car Scanner

Gauges OBD-II - Car Scanner


Gauges OBD-II turns your Android tablet or phone into a vehicle diagnostics scanner that displays real-time / live data via an ELM327 Bluetooth OBD2 car adapter.

Features:
* View live ODB-II sensor data in real-time.
* Read trouble codes and pending trouble codes.
* Clear / reset trouble fault codes to turn off your check engine light(MIL,CEL,DTC).
* Custom page where you can display only the sensors / data you want to monitor.
* Clean and fast interface that allows swiping left and right to view additional data.
* UI scales and supports all orientations on any Android phone or Android tablet.
* Supports the following OBD2 protocols: CAN(ISO 15765-4), VPW(SAE J1850), PWM(SAE J1850), ISO-9141-2, KWP(ISO 14230-4)

Some of the data it can display includes(vehicle dependant):
Oxygen Sensor(O2S) Voltage
Short Term Fuel Trim
Long Term Fuel Trim
Emission Monitors
Fuel System Status(Open or Closed Loop)
Fuel Pressure
Intake Air Temperature
Coolant Temperature
Vehicle Speed
Engine RPM
MAP Sensor
MAF Sensor
Engine Timing Advance
Engine Load
Throttle Position
EGR
Fuel Level
Engine Oil Temperature
Injection Timing
Fuel Rate
Engine Torque

Additional features and modes will be added in future updates.

Please note: "Gauges OBD-II" requires a Bluetooth ELM327 compatible OBD-II adapter that you connect to your vehicles OBD-II diagnostic port to function.

This application is actively being developed and improved so if you have any issues or feature suggestions please email:
androidtouchdev [at] gmail.com

Thank you!

Recent changes:
v1.03
UI improvements
Fix Jelly Bean 4.2 UI issues

v1.02
Fix for supported PID's greater than 0x20.
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About Gauges OBD-II - Car Scanner
Gauges OBD-II turns your Android tablet or phone into a vehicle diagnostics scanner that displays real-time / live data via an ELM327 Bluetooth OBD2 car adapter.

Features:
* View live ODB-II sensor data in real-time.
* Read trouble codes and pending trouble codes.
* Clear / reset trouble fault codes to turn off your check engine light(MIL,CEL,DTC).
* Custom page where you can display only the sensors / data you want to monitor.
* Clean and fast interface that allows swiping left and right to view additional data.
* UI scales and supports all orientations on any Android phone or Android tablet.
* Supports the following OBD2 protocols: CAN(ISO 15765-4), VPW(SAE J1850), PWM(SAE J1850), ISO-9141-2, KWP(ISO 14230-4)

Some of the data it can display includes(vehicle dependant):
Oxygen Sensor(O2S) Voltage
Short Term Fuel Trim
Long Term Fuel Trim
Emission Monitors
Fuel System Status(Open or Closed Loop)
Fuel Pressure
Intake Air Temperature
Coolant Temperature
Vehicle Speed
Engine RPM
MAP Sensor
MAF Sensor
Engine Timing Advance
Engine Load
Throttle Position
EGR
Fuel Level
Engine Oil Temperature
Injection Timing
Fuel Rate
Engine Torque

Additional features and modes will be added in future updates.

Please note: "Gauges OBD-II" requires a Bluetooth ELM327 compatible OBD-II adapter that you connect to your vehicles OBD-II diagnostic port to function.

This application is actively being developed and improved so if you have any issues or feature suggestions please email:
androidtouchdev [at] gmail.com

Thank you!

Recent changes:
v1.03
UI improvements
Fix Jelly Bean 4.2 UI issues

v1.02
Fix for supported PID's greater than 0x20.

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A Google User
Jul 19, 2013
Not worth the price. This app have some fixed gauges which read well. The PID (choose your own gauge) are too tiny. The code reader shows codes that don't make since for my car even with correct protocol set and no codes where stored anyways. Shouldn't have shown any. One of two emails where answered.