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  1. I'm having the same issues with ABRP on my Android phone. Everything works fine until I interact with the app in any way (re-plan, view change, etc). At which time the response time for the app is minutes and is very frustrating.
  2. I'm trying to make sure that ABRP can read my data and provide good car (Tesla) statistics. I use only the Android app. But I cannot find out how to set it up and how to use it to optimize the car statistics. It does recognize my car and reads some data from it, like SoC, range, temperatures, odometer, battery capacity and degradation. I keep reading about a 36 h background setting, but cannot find it anywhere. I'm also not sure whether I want to keep the car awake, wasting energy for 36 h, while it is parked. Questions: Where do I find that 36 h setting? Do I have to have the app open and running on my phone while driving to give and get the best data? Or does it suffice to start the app, then put it in the background, hoping that it still does its job? Or do I have to enter a route in the app and get driving instructions while I drive to get the data flowing?
  3. I have a Pixel 3 XL and there's a notch - most apps will adjust the top nav bar and push everything down, but ABRP seems to cut off the icons and move them under the nav bar, making it hard to tap on certain settings. You can see it in my screenshot:
  4. If I tap on the blue route to visualize the route graph as in the standard desktop versions the app closes. Tried on Samsung S9 v10 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 v9
  5. Any recommendations on WIFI/Bluetooth OBD dangles? Also do these OBD dangles work directly with the new IOS and Android apps of ABRD, or do they need to have and intermediate apps such a Torque Pro? Thank you for any advice.
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