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  1. @Jason (ABRP) Thank you very much for your tireless work! Now as a Bolt/Ampera-e driver you can transmit Air Temp 2 (or still Air Temp 0 for compatibility reason) to ABRP. And the Livedata works again 😊
  2. Is there any other Ampera-e driver who has the same problem with live data at the moment? Or do I have a local problem?
  3. I never saw the checkmark sign left beneath the battery symbol. What does it mean? Is this Kona specific or a general new improvement from ABRP in the last version? 🤔 (At the moment live data for Ampera-e is broken (seems to be a Webserver issue) so I don‘t see any live data features at all 🙄)
  4. I agree fully to this feature request. I often use Chargeprice.net for finding the best charge card I own. It would be phantastic if ABRP could integrate chargeprice.net
  5. Ja, die fünf Ansichten machen so noch mehr Sinn.
  6. @Jojo, die unterschiedlichen Darstellungen der Karte kommen hauptsächlich dann zum Tragen, wenn man mindestens ein Zwischenziel anfährt. Dann kann man nämlich einstellen, ob die Karte nur bis zum Zwischenziel angezeigt werden soll ("Nächster Schritt"), oder bis zum Gesamtziel der Reise ("Ziel").
  7. Oh😧, I thought the blue dot is not a bug but a feature 😄. Now I remember the behaviour in the old version: The blue dot should walk on the the blue line.
  8. Unfortunatly it's still not working, @Jason (ABRP) I created again a new car, a new password, I clicked on "add live data", but still only instructions how to setup Torque Pro. The web upload url for Ampera-e says ....bolt60. 🤨 The former upload url for Ampera-e was ....ampera60. Maybe this is also a problem?
  9. @Jason (ABRP) Like written yesterday I deleted my personal car in ABRP and went to the process to create a new Ampera-e. I changed the PIDs for uploading (from "*Air Temp 0" to "*Air Temp 2"): (By the way: Is the required GPS Bearing PID a new requirement of ABRP, or did I kust overlooked this required PID in the last months?) Web Upload Status from Torque Pro is without errors: Torque Pro is showing actual data: But I still get no live data. Instead when I tap on the little car symbol in the right upper corner the car setup screen shows again: It seems that there's something crashed for Ampera-e. 🥶 Can you please doublecheck your change for Ampera-e?
  10. Ah, ok, I wondered this morning and this afternoon on two rides why the adapter uploads data, but I get no live data anymore although I restarted Torque Pro, the Android tablet and ABRP on IPhone many times. I just delete my car definition and created a new one. I will change the PID upload definition in Torque Pro tomorrow or this weekend according the new recommendation:
  11. I‘m driving a Opel Ampera-e (same as GM Bolt) since 106tkm and ABRP shows me 8% degradation of 60kWh that is 55.2kWh actual capacity. Torque Pro also shows me 55.2kWh available capacity. And yes, the available capacity value is a little bit a guess o meter, like in all cars, it‘s increasing until september october and decreasing until march april.
  12. Can you verify this issue on your own Bolt, charging it in the sun and observe the rising Air Temp 0 and Air Temp 1 temperature? If you can confirm my observation, and you are also convinced that Air Temp 2 is the correct PID for ambient temperature, I think it would be usefull to make a quick simple fix to ABRP (change from Air Temp 0 to Air Temp 2) for Bolt/Ampera-e. You can publish a new version of ABRP and show a hint for all users which already use a Bolt-EV/Ampera-e setting, and ask them to correct the PID selection. Your idea of transferring the PID selection from Webserver to the App: I think this is a good but bigger project, the Bolt/Ampera-e Air Temp PID change will surely be only a small change. @Jason (ABRP), what do you think about it?
  13. The Ampera-e (twin of the Chevrolet Bolt) has three air temperature sensors: Air Temp 0, Air Temp 1 and Air Temp 2. I have long noticed from my car that in some cases the value of the Air Temp 0 PID differs significantly from the other two Air Temp PIDs when the car is left in the sun for a long time and/or DC charging at high currents. Air Temp 2 is the ambient temperature sensor that always corresponds to the outside temperature, regardless of whether warm ram air is forming under the hood or not. Air Temp 0 also corresponds to the outside temperature in most cases, especially when driving. However, when the car is in the sun (and then also being charged), the Air Temp 0 PID rises significantly, in my case today from about 12°C to 21°C. The weather forecast speaks of about 11°C today and my temperature feeling confirms this, it was by no means 21°C warm today. 😉 It seems that Air Temp 0 (0146) and Air Temp 1 (22801E) are not measuring the real ambient temperature, only Air Temp 2 (22801F) does this. @Jason (ABRP) Have you ever observed this? This should be exactly the same behavior with the Chevrolet Bolt. I think ABRP should not transmit the Air Temp 0 PID for the ambient temperature of the Bolt/Ampera-e, but the Air Temp 2 PID. What do you think about it?
  14. It makes only sense to use one installation of Torque Pro. I don't know any OBD Dongle which can be connected to more than one device at the same time. You only need to upload your OBD data once, so you only need one token to use as password for Torque Pro Upload. But you can install ABRP on as many devices as you like. Torque Pro sends it's data to ABRP Webserver. Each of your devices, where ABRP is installed or ABRP is running from the website, receives your OBD data from the ABRP Webserver. 🙂
  15. Two days ago I updated both devices to iOS 13.4. I tested again with my iPhone X Hotspot and so far it worked during two rides. 😊

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