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On 10/30/2019 at 9:09 PM, dragi84 said:

Hi ABRP community, 

Since august I am a Kia Niro EV owner. I use very often ABRP to calculate my trips and its a realy good App, on that way I want to thank the developers very much! In the first months i used my old samsung galaxy note3 (Phone needes up to 20 minutes to find GPS Signal) with a bluetooth obd dongle and torque pro App. All worked fine until I changed to new phones like samsung galaxy S7 and the huawei mate 20 pro where both indoor and outdoor temperatures are not showen, also when you look into the PIDs they are not green highlited and no values are showen. I checked it again with the old samsung note3 but there its also not working. Following I deleted te indoor PID with no improvement. Also I checked the Parameters from the csv file and they are Okey. Can somebody helf me? 

 

 Best regards 

Hi folks,

I fixed the issue by replacing the cheap bluetooth obd by the obdlink lx, now everything works fine again!

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On 10/30/2019 at 3:09 PM, dragi84 said:

Hi ABRP community, 

Since august I am a Kia Niro EV owner. I use very often ABRP to calculate my trips and its a realy good App, on that way I want to thank the developers very much! In the first months i used my old samsung galaxy note3 (Phone needes up to 20 minutes to find GPS Signal) with a bluetooth obd dongle and torque pro App. All worked fine until I changed to new phones like samsung galaxy S7 and the huawei mate 20 pro where both indoor and outdoor temperatures are not showen, also when you look into the PIDs they are not green highlited and no values are showen. I checked it again with the old samsung note3 but there its also not working. Following I deleted te indoor PID with no improvement. Also I checked the Parameters from the csv file and they are Okey. Can somebody helf me? 

 

 Best regards 

Hmmm, that seems very odd, hopefully we can help!

If no PIDs values are shown in Torque then it would seem your phone isn't even connecting to the car.  Perhaps try unpairing and re-pairing your bluetooth OBD dongle to the phone, then trying again?

Worst case, you could always uninstall Torque completely and set it up from scratch again.

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On 3/25/2019 at 2:21 AM, XavDoug said:

Hello all

I am a new ABRP user and a new EV driver. I found ABRP is a really good application to have and would like to contribute.

So I bought a OBDLink LX dongle and added Torque to my Galaxy S7 phone.

Now i need some clarification with the instructions I found in the ABRP settings menu for live car connection :

1) I downloaded the CSV file and added the PID but I did not found one "001_Outdoor Temperature". I looked the whole list in case in wasn't sorted alphabetically.

2) the web server URL is "http://abetterrouteplanner.com:4441/soul30". But in another thread, I saw it is actually "http://abetterrouteplanner.com:4441/kona64". (i did indicate my car model before using the setup menu)

I just wanted to make sure that the temperature missing is normal for my model

And again, thank you for this great tool.

I am looking for some clear instructions on how to setup Torque Pro in combination with ABRP.

For instance: is the web server you're referring to something to setup in Torque?

Newbie here getting his Kona this Thursday 😎

Grtz,

John

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Hi john

glad to hear that you have found your way in Torque. The best way is probably to follow the instructions on ABRP site when you complete your information. It gives a lot of information and the link to download the PID list.

Regarding Torque and its profile, at first I thought that it was not needed since I use it only on my Kona. But later on, I finally created a profile because the app seems to prefer it that way. Sometimes the app was refering to information from the profile and I was not sure that there was such thing as a default profile. Not sure if that did any differences. 

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10 hours ago, XavDoug said:

Hi john

glad to hear that you have found your way in Torque. The best way is probably to follow the instructions on ABRP site when you complete your information. It gives a lot of information and the link to download the PID list.

Regarding Torque and its profile, at first I thought that it was not needed since I use it only on my Kona. But later on, I finally created a profile because the app seems to prefer it that way. Sometimes the app was refering to information from the profile and I was not sure that there was such thing as a default profile. Not sure if that did any differences. 

Thx @XavDoug. Will make a profile then.

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29 minutes ago, Mack said:

Can someone share their profile settings for a Kona EV, it will save me a headache trying to find the correct info.

Cheers.

Hi Mack,

As for Torque, as said earlier in this thread, it doesn't matter what values you choose. 

Grtz, John

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