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  1. I can see your report and it seems your car does not like one of the commands we use. We recently adjusted the PID commands to get more data like vehicle speed and battery temp and so on. So those that already have a connection are not affected, but those that try to set it up will see the error you mentioned. We could confirm though, that the commands work on other MEB based vehicles though, so not really sure what is wrong here. Could any of the Enyaq user here that have a succesful connection please do the following so we can debug this: 1. establish a connection to the car via OBD with abrp 2. go to settings, scroll down to support & feedback 3. click contact support and in the next popup click YES (you want to upload feedback data so we can analyze) and open with your favorite mail client, it will prefill the mail with data from the app 4. remove the mail adress and enter samuel@iternio.com, then i'll get it faster and can have a look if that is an issue on every Enyaq or just some
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  2. I own a 2019 e-Golf SEL Premium and have just installed the Vgate vLinker MC+ Bluetooth OBD dongle. On the first attempt, ABRP found the dongle, and live data is enabled with my iPhone and CarPlay.
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  3. How does one change the "work" or "home" defaults. Or where can I find the user guide for ABRP?
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  4. D'où viens-tu? D'un petit village de France Quelle voiture conduisez-vous? Pas encore d'électrique, mais ça va venir Quel est le trajet le plus long que vous ayez effectué avec votre VE ? Ma fille va recevoir son VE Quand tu as des clous à planter, tu choisis un bon marteau Quand tu as un véhicule, il faut avoir un bon planificateur d'itinéraire si non la déception est proche et les ennuis qui ne sont pas loin Alors je vais me pencher, comprendre étudier ABRP pour à l'instant venu, il ne reste plus que le plaisir de rouler cheuveux au vent, s'il vous reste des cheveux sur la tête Merci de m'accepter sur ce forum Belle journée
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  5. Ah, I hadn't heard any news about the Ampera E's battery replacements. I'll get the model updated and pushed.
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  6. Maybe something went wrong with the transmission then... I will look again this evening, so if you find the time please try again later on. Thanks also to you @Jroelie the more data we get the easier it is to compare.
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  7. A little update from my side, I got the vLinker MC+ yesterday. Installation is realy easy, connection with ABRP works well. When I enter the car the dongle is in sleepmodus, when I start the ABRP app it wakes up and make a connection. I haven't yet tested it with any longer drive, but it looks fine to me.
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  8. @Arjansbror, after you click on the "KOPPLA ABRP OBD CONNECTION" button, it should bring up a screen where it scans for your OBDII dongle. There is a link at the top of this page that says (in English anyway): "Read about OBD dongles and security". I suggest you take a look at it. The first paragraph ends with the sentence: "This works for both iOS and Android devices and is available for all ABRP users, not only Premium members." So I think you are good. I am a premium member, so I'm not always aware of what I get "extra". But I use Android and it works very well (even going through the third party EVNotify service), and I don't think that the premium features are required for that.
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  9. I think what you are looking for is under the vehicle settings, not the app settings. After you add your Car Model to ABRP, you can then go into the car settings and you should see several options for linking your OBD dongle to ABRP (either directly or through a third-party app such as Tronity or EVNotify). The documentation there is good (maybe not perfect), but you should try to follow along there and see if you can connect (or if not, where you are getting stuck).
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  10. You need to add a car (not with quick selection but that add car button). Then you can click on the ⚙️ icon behind the car and you will see the car details and there you will also find the possibility to link a telemetry source to your car.
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  11. Thanks, that is exactly the same behaviour with me. What I will try, like Samuel purposes, is to use another app to test, if it wakes up with it. Will report
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  12. Ok, I resolved this. For anyone having this issue: I closed the app by swiping away on the multitasking screen Went to my subscriptions in the Google play app Tapped "A Better Routeplanner (ABRP)" It showed a screen saying confirm plan (see pic) I pressed "Open App" and it worked. I had to close the app completely, otherwise the "Open App" button didn't work.
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  14. Hi, waypoints beyond start and finish aren’t supported yet but I read they are working on it. besides that currently I can’t even send a simple route without waypoints to my model y anymore. Not sure what happened.
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  15. This is mine... A Veepeak BLE OBD2 reader
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  16. On my side, ABRP don't detect my veepeak when I want to add it! Works fine with EVnotify
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  17. Hello Samuel Thanks for your open words. I could now write a long story, but I save us the time. ABRP is great, I love it, I want to see it getting even better, sooner than later. You are currently ahead of the game. Please work on the reliability (less bugs, better tests before releases) and make it more convenient and easier to use. Keep up the good work. Know I have to test your new release 4.1.12 ;-). Bye
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  18. Please use the support&feedback functionality from the app and report it as bug.
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  19. Thx for the Christmas gift 🙂 I‘ve an enyaq and it works really good with my new v-link BLE 😀👍
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  20. Pairing is necessary with Android and iOS Devices (Dongle connected to car, car switched „on“): 1. Press Pairing Button on Dongle 2. Search for new Device in BT-Settings of Android Smartphone 3. The „VLinker MC+ for Android“ should be found -> Click / tap Pairing 4. Open ABRP -> Car Settings -> Connect to OBD -> Click listed (actual paired) Device Same Dongle with iOS (Dongle connected to car, car switched „on“): 1. Press Pairing Button on Dongle 2. just open ABRP (NOT BT-Settings on Phone!) 3. Goto Car Settings -> Connect to OBD -> Click listed Device „VLinker iOS“ At least this procedures worked for me. As far as I noticed, without pressing the pairing button, only the Device „VLinker MC+“ will be listed in the smartphones BT-device list. The additional Version „…for Android“ or „…for iOS“ is missing. Therefor you‘ll get a „connection failure“, if the Version is not determined. This will only happen after pressing the pairing button (as far as I noticed on my devices) So, THIS OBD Dongle seems to be secure 👍
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  21. This device works fine with my configuration! No matter if Android or iOS 👍
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  22. PERFECT!!! THX A LOT!!! Your Workaround about the Hyundai Ioniq5 800V PID is successful 👍👍 (works also with the KUA EV6). Now it works on both Systems Android and iOS!!! Merry Christmas and a happy new year 🍀🙏🍀
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  23. PERFECT!!! THX A LOT!!! Your Workaround about the Hyundai Ioniq5 800V PID is successful 👍👍 (works also with the KUA EV6). Now it works on both Systems Android and iOS!!! Merry Christmas and a happy new year 🍀🙏🍀
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  24. @Uwe-EV6 i pushed an updated pid list so it should work now, could you please try again?
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  25. I was really sad to see that my question didn't get any traction on these forums. After a 12-day delay I received a response from the ABRP team, who explained that the Leafspy connection settings are visible once you add a custom car. It wasn't clear to me a) that I needed to add a custom car, since I could select my Leaf model from the standard dropdown, and b) that this is where the Leafspy settings live - this isn't specifically documented anywhere. So, if you've come to the forum looking for help with this, please add a custom car.
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  26. @Katya-ABRP This is exactly the same issue that you and I have been conversing via email about. I have added many "Three Phase 5-Pin (AS/NZ 3123)" entries to OCM, and these entries are visible. I also note that ABRP imports data from OCM once every 24 hours. Do you have a timeline for when the plug types will become available on: 1. The Android app, 2. The IOS app, and 3. The ABRP website? Thanks Dave
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  27. I get the logo to start and then the screen sits idle. Thanks for any input.
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  28. We took our first EV vacation in our 2020 Chevy Bolt, travelling from Saskatoon to Vancouver Island and back, a total of about 5100km. We mostly had shorter driving days as we were visiting friends and family as well as doing touristy things along the way. We paid a total of $187.16 for charging this trip. We also took advantage of free charging when it was practical to do so, for example, plugging in level 1 charger at hotels and family homes, using level 2 chargers at hotels that had them, and using free public level 2 and DCFCs when we could. Paid charging accounted for more than half of our energy usage, accounting for 446.9 kWh of the 732.2 we used in the month. We had 3 longer days of travel where we had to fast charge more than once to get to our destination: 1. Moose Jaw to Calgary: 4 fast charges ranging in time from 33 to 39 minutes. 2. Revelstoke to Chilliwack (through Vernon): This was not a planned travel day, but the relatives we were supposed to be staying with in Vernon were under evacuation alert so we changed our plans, had lunch with them, and went on to Chilliwack. 3. Fernie to Swift Current: 2 fast charges, one 37 minutes (charger was slow), and one 55 minutes to get from Medicine Hat to Swift Current on a single charge (we left with 85% and arrived in Swift Current with 14% state of charge). The charger in Medicine Hat we used is at Medicine Hat College, and is a 50kW charger, but is also less expensive than others in the city. It was a windy day with a strong cross wind most of the way. Some observations: 1. The Chevy Bolt has one of the slower fast charging speeds of new EVs you can buy today. Despite this none of the charge stops seemed long to us. We ate meals or did other things while charging that helped pass time in a productive or fun way. When eating I sometimes felt rushed to get done and back to the car in time to avoid the slowest part of the charging curve. 2. We planned our trips using a combination of A Better Route Planner (ABRP) and Plugshare. The day before each leg I would check Plugshare to see that the stops recommended by ABRP were operational and available. For the trips across the prairies both directions I had to adjust the plan due to unavailable chargers in locations with no other chargers. The prairies are the weakest part of the charging network right now. 3. We paid for ABRP pro for the month so it would take into account real time weather and traffic. We also have an OBD reader and Torque Pro setup so that ABRP had real time data on our car. 4. Just because a hotel has a charger does not mean you will get to use it. There may be other guests who need to charge. We were not blocked from using a charger where it was available, but I did observe that others used the charger also. Make sure you charge and move your car so others can charge. 5. Hotels without chargers were the most annoying in terms of getting charged up for the next day. We did fast charging the evening before in 3 cases, along with plugging in level 1 in 2 cases. At one location we plugged into a free level 2 public charger late at night and moved the car early the next morning. 6. The combination of cruise control and one pedal driving in the mountains in brilliant. On hilly terrain the cruise control kept the car at the desired speed both up and down the hills. Your ICE car will not do this… 7. We had to do an unscheduled charge stop once, when we were going up the hill from Kelowna to Merritt and we hit some heavy rain. Fortunately there is a free 25 kW DCFC (and level 2) along the route. 8. The lowest state of charge we hit was coming home, we went from Swift Current to Moose Jaw to visit, then on to Saskatoon. A 55 minute DCFC in Moose Jaw got us to 83% and we arrived home with 11%. It was windy and rainy that day so we traveled a bit slower than the speed limit on the divided highway (105 instead of 110). It would be really nice to have a DCFC available in Davidson or somewhere else along the route. 9. We never had to wait for a charger. There was one person waiting for us once (there were other chargers in town), and we had to go to a different charger once. We never came across a charger that did not work for us, although we did have trouble getting one working once. 10. For smaller cities and towns, it would really nice to have chargers close to “main street” where there might be some interesting (non-chain) restaurants and shops. The giant parking lots with a big box store are kind of boring. 11. Favorite fast charge location: Medicine Hat College. Charger is less expensive ($12 per hour) in a park like setting with a play structure, pond, walking paths, and solar panels right off highway 1. Unfortunately there are no services available such as window washing, bathrooms (due to covid), or any place nearby to purchase food.
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  29. Hi, we as a family did a lovely roundtrip through Italy. All chargers worked fine (mainly 50kW Charges). IMG_2479.HEIC
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  30. I would love to be able to operate abrp with just the carplay display. So planing a route, updating soc in case there is no live data etc. all that should be possible just using carplay. I usually store my cell phone while driving - I do not like to have some kind of additional holder - it always feels clutched...
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