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  1. BarryH

    Live data for Ioniq

    In my car I only get live data while driving and shortly after. Not if I just start the car
  2. Just installed ABRP transmitter on my 2017 IONIQ EV This app (for the headunit) sents the required info to ABRP. steps to install: 0. go to https://github.com/g4rb4g3/ABRPTransmitter and download the .apk file onto a usb drive in the root folder 1. go to screensaver in the settings menu of the head unit and tap on the text: 1- below the left option (Digital), 2- below the middle option (Analoque),- 3 - below the right option 4- below the middle option (Analoque) 5- below the left option (Digital), 6- below the middle option (Analoque),- 7 - below the right option After these 7 taps a pincode screen opens. enter the time as shown in the top of the display You are now in the android menu (see also video, Note you only have follow the first part to get into the menu) 2/ in Android setting set "allow applications from unknown parties" 3/ go to all applications, browser 4/ run the app-debug . apk file downloaded from github (commit 1.5) (put in browser address window: "file:///storage/usb0/app-debug.apk" and enter) 5/ start the app (double press EV button) 6/ on your phone open abetterrouteplanner and follow the setup live data process (this gives you a token to enter into the app) To Uninstall Goto android settings> applications and pick abrptransmitter there. Then press uninstall. Keep in mind that you can not install it.
  3. BarryH

    OBD Live Data Setup

    Using Safari on ios of chrome on windows10 I do not see the setup button after clicking live data setup
  4. Note2: according to information on the ioniqforum it is smart to do a factory reset prior to visiting the dealer. some external apps can (apparantly) cause a firmware update to fail en then your not covered under warranty
  5. note: these are the steps I think: Do I understand correctly that you can do the bare minimum: 1/ get into the system as in the video 2/ in Android setting set "allow applications from unknown parties" 3/ go to all applications, browser 4/ run the app_debug . apk file downloaded from github (commit 1.5) (put in browser address window: "file:///storage/usb0/app_debug.apk" and enter) 5/ start the app (double press EV button (twice?) ) 6/ enter mailaddress known bij ABRP thats it ? nothing else?
  6. Do I understand correctly that you can do the bare minimum: 1/ get into the system as in the video 2/ in Android setting set "allow applications from unknown parties" 3/ run the app_debug . apk file downloaded from github (commit 1.5) 4/ start the app (double press EV button (twice?) ) 5/ enter mailaddress known bij ABRP thats it ? nothing else?
  7. I want to use abrp with live data in my Ioniq. I tried to use my Iphone with EVnotify for the live data, however iOS place too much restrictions for this to work so far. So now I'considering the following: - buy an android phone with 6inch screen - use evnotify on this phone to pick up the data from the dongle en sent to abrp - use de abrp website in the browser of the phone to create route, etc. - use my Iphone as hotspot. My 3 questions are: - would this work well? - how powerfull must the android phone be for this to work well (motorola one good enough (eur 150,-) - how much data would be used (1MB, 10MB or 100MB / hour)? THX!
  8. did you get a confirmation on the addresses in starting point and destination (often a drop down list)? if not, the planner will not plan
  9. thx. appreciated. now clearly reflects that on long trips de current Ioniq wins, provided there are sufficient fastcharging stations along the route
  10. Please do. It's not likely they made a mistake, since it looks to be close to the Kona 39kWh
  11. yes. existing Ioniq will be faster on the long trips with multiple fast charges
  12. I reduce the consumption by 30% to see this impact. (144 Wh/km @110kw/hr /38 * 28 ) This implicity assumes that the fastcharging will still take the same time from 0-80%, so also 30% faster It's easy to add a bit of time to the fast charging mitigate this impact (e.g. bij comparing fast charging time of a route with the one for normal Ioniq settings
  13. Description: using an Iphone SE to follow a route with the "Real time while driving" window screen, I get the notice to ~"push button to stay on". Tapping this pop up does not result in the screen staying active. It dims after a few minutes and then Iphone goes to the locked mode. The Iphone is connected with a cable to carplay (in an Ioniq EV) How should I tap thus pop up? long (till it disappears) or short?
  14. Hi Heie, You can translate the curve in the following blogpost: from 80km/hr -> 110 km/hr: +38% 80km/hr = 22,22 m/s -> 15-16 kW, while 110km/hr = 30m/s -> 25 kW => 16kWh/80 = 200Wh/km versus 25kWh/110 = 230Wh/km IF you assume weight and drag (~air resistance) change equally by addingthe caravan, you can add 15% (230/200) to the 420 Wh/km Only: 420/200 = + 110% while weight is + 1800 / 2600(?) = +70%. So Drag must be a lot more than +110%, 150%? so: 420Wh/km at 80km/hr -> +15-50%?? -> 480-630 Wh/km at 110km/hr ? Maybe you can plan a trip you already made? I

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