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  1. Here a photo of my carplay screen. As you can see there is plenty of space on the upper left. The route is partially blocked bij the battery icons. If the battery is displayed in the upper left then there is more space to see the route. Thanx in advance for looking in to it mark
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    Hello. Thanx for adding CarPlay. Great feature. 2 things: on my Kona screen de arrow of the car position is to the right of the screen. That’s because on the lift appear the information about time and directions. But on the right side is also the sign foR maximum speed and for SOC actual and on arrival. Those signs block my view on the route. Is it possible to place those signs also tintje left and leave more space voor the route? second. Is it possible to show the DC chargers along the route on the CarPlay screen? I like to see where Incould go for charging apart from the one that I am driving to. thanx mark
  3. Hi Rav. Thanx for your intention to help. I’m not into the technical or software side of how the Kona talks to the ABRP app. Maybe one of the developers has to answer my question. Don’t put too much time in it. Mark
  4. Hi Rav. The evnotipi (a raspberry pi mini computer) is online while driving and connected to the OBD II of the car. Since ABRP App gives the location of the car (In the live data section) while the car is parked, I thought it must be possible to also give the location of the car when it drives. but this depends on whether or not the EVnotipi reads out the cars location via the OBD II connection. Maybe the ABRP app just gives the last know location just before parking and determines that location via the GPS of the phone and not of the car. so my question is really: Does ABRP Read out the car location while charging? Or does it use the Phones GPS when parking? If the former is the case then ABRP can also readout the car’s location while driving and I as owner of the car can see where my car is at any given moment. I hope my question is clear with this additional explanation. thanx for your reaction. mark
  5. Hello Jason, Thanx for the wonderfull App and Website you (and your colleagues) have build. I have a question: When my car is charging and I am in a differrent location then the car, I can see the location of the car in the ABRP app under "Live data". But when the car is driving (by someone else but me) I cannot see the location of the car in the app. The app switches to the location of the device the app is running on. In my case a iPhone. I have a 2019 Kona Electric 64 kWh in Europe with a EVnotipi raspberry installed on the ODBII connector. I let ABRP connect to EVnotify account for reading car data. Is it possible to let ABRP read out the car location via EVnotipi/EVnotify account while the car is driving? This can be usefull when I lent the car to a friend or via a carsharing platform. Look forward to your answer. Mark Verberkt
  6. Description: I would like to see the possibility to: 1. klick on a Ionity charger in the App/Webapp (ABRP) and then: 2. Open the Ionity app (iOS) 3. get directly to the specified Chargelocation (instead off get into the opening page of the Iionity app) 4. See directly if the Chargelocation has chargers in use or available. Use Case: When I drive through Europe I use Ionity as preferred Chargers. This is because of the reliability that I find to be higher then other chargers. When approaching my next charge location (within 50 kilometers distance) I open the ionity app to see how many chargers are in use and how many are available. Therefor I have to find that specific chargelocation in the Ionity app. But that is a hassle. The map in Ionity app doesn't show highway numbers and you can't search locations bij name. It would be much faster if I could klick on the charger in ABRP and klick on a link to the chargelocation in Ionity App. By doing that you see directly if a location has a free charger and by leaving the page on your phone open you see if chargers get available or get occupied. It would be even better is ABRP could get the information about free or occupied chargers of your next destination via a API and dispay this information in the ABRP app. But I don't know if teh Ionity API has this possibility. This also counts for Fastned app. Although Fastned's app is easier to use for searching a specific chargelocation.
  7. Hello, it seems like planning from “my position” is not working. The iOS app says: “Could not calculate your route”. Sometimes I don’t know exactly what street I am in, so it would be useful to plan from “My postion” instead of a streetname. thanx for a the recent updates! Keep up the good work.
  8. The same thing here with my Hyundai Kona 64 kW. Works fine in browser but the app somehow doesn’t read the live car data. I use EVnotify. iOS app looks very nice, cleaner than the browser. Thanx so far. Mark
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