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  1. I am currently using an OBD adapter (OBDlink CX) to use ABRP live data with my Volkswagen e-Up. Works great. SOC and other information is now known to ABRP and can be used for route planning. Thanks for that. I have ordered an Tesla Model Y and would also like to use ABRP Live data with it. On https://abetterrouteplanner.com/compare/livedata/ it says that ABRP can user the Tesla "Car API". What ist that? How is this done? Any instructions on that? I have not found anything on that. Do I have to give my Tesla account and password to any third party like ABRP or other company? A the Tesla account and password may be used to open and drive my Tesla, I would not give it to anyone else.
  2. Hi all, I can see live data of my Citroen eC4 in Tronity app or website, and I could connect ABRP with Tronity, but Tronity status at ABRP shows always "sleeping". I tried disconnecting and reconnecting Tronity to ABRP, clearing app cache and adding the car again, but these didn't solve the problem. Can anyone help? Thank you.
  3. Has anyone had luck getting the Odometer reading from the Bolt so that the "My Trips" export has Start Odometer and End Odometer populated? Thanks in advance!
  4. Can you use ABRP to read the SoC off of the obdii dongle in a Leaf Plus?
  5. I am currently trying to figure out how to connect the ABRP app to my 2020 e-Golf. Is it at all possible to a iOS device at this time? If it is, what do I need to get it working? Bets regards Martin Hansen
  6. Description: Route planning does not take into account current SOC, until the route has started. Type: App (4.0.30) Link to Plan: n/a Replication Steps: Check live data SOC in ABRP Plan a route confirm ABRP uses start at 100% SOC Start route. Confirm ABRP replans based on live SOC
  7. Description: I have Live Data set-up with OVMS. It works fine - when I turn on “Automatic settings” the current SoC etc is all correctly displayed. However, when I try to plan a route the blue button changes to the loading icon but nothing happens. I’ve tried multiple routes and no luck each time. The video attached shows the problem. Type: The issue occurs in both the app and the website. Thank you! ABRP bug-Good quality MPEG-4.mp4
  8. The AutoPi ABRP script is to a point where I'm much happier with its behavior. If there's interest, I'd be happy to add car support for the cars we know PIDs for (mainly Ioniq and Soul), but I need people with AutoPi and those cars to test the script to make sure it works. Reply here if you'd like to be a guinea pig for that work. Benefits to the AutoPi: Standalone car data - get notified when done charging, or find your car in a crowded parking lot. WiFi Hotspot in your car Quick update rate - get very accurate calibration I'm also open to helping add support for any other vehicles whose OBD/CAN PIDs are known. I haven't yet spent much time on learning how to reverse engineer the CAN traffic, so that's a little out of my grasp so far. Link to the ABRP AutoPi Repository: https://github.com/iternio/autopi-link
  9. Hello, For my Audi E-tron 55 I have written a script that refreshes the data of my car and then retrieves the current state of charge (soc). I would like to send this data to the abrp api so that my soc is refreshed while driving. Now I have seen in the app that I can get a generic key but if I use this key with for example the following post request: https://api.iternio.com/1/tlm/send?token=<ABRP user token>&tlm={"utc":1553807658,"soc":80.4,"soh":97.7,"speed":0,"lat":29.564,"lon":-95. 025,"elevation":50,"is_charging":0,"power":13.2,"ext_temp":25,"batt_temp":25,"car_model":"chevy:bolt:17:60:other","current":36.66,"voltage":360} Then I get the error message: 401 Unauthorized Key. Does anyone have an idea what I am doing wrong? Thanks in advance for your time and response. Greetings Léon
  10. After linking "Over-the-air live data" for my Tesla, the Live Data page for my car is stuck showing "Registering / Mytesla status". I added my car to my account and then clicked the blue "Add live data" button to connect "Over-the-air live data". I then clicked "Link Tesla" and entered the Refresh and Access tokens for my Tesla account. I then selected my car, which correctly showed the name of my only Tesla. After that, the blue "Add live data" button changed to a red "Unlink" button, but at the top of that page, it shows "Registering / Mytesla status". I've refreshed the page several times and waited several minutes but it doesn't change. I also tried unlinking live data and then linking it again by entering my Tesla login credentials instead of tokens, but the same thing happens. Thanks, Russell
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