The device works on OBD2 gasoline cars (1996 and
newer cars in the USA), and EOBD cars (cars from
Europe, gasoline cars from 2001). Bluetooth
connection, no Batteries, Cables, or Switches. -
Wireless (Bluetooth) 5 ~ 10 meters.
Notice: 1. Work perfectly with Android, Symbians and Windows 2. NOT for Diesel
vehicles. 3. For your vehicle to be OBD II compliant it
must have a 16-pin DLC (Data Link Connector) under
the dash and the Vehicle Emission Control Information
Label must state that the vehicle is OBD II compliant.
Suitable for system: mainly used with Android system
phones, also supports Symbian system phones,
Windows system PCs and laptops. Compatible App:
Recommended Apps are Torque Pro, Torque Lite
(free), OBD Car Doctor (free), etc. on Google Play.
Work with Android cellphone and tablet. Or There are
various Apps and installation instructions provided on
the CD. But Partial Apps need to be charged. You can
run the CD to select the appropriate App.
How to use: Plug the device in your car's OBD2 port,
start the car, enable Bluetooth on your Android phone
or tablet, search for "OBDII" and pair with it (pin 1234),
run the downloaded App with simple settings and wait
until it connects your car's ECU successfully. If you
use the same OBD on 2 or more cars, you need to
disconnect Bluetooth and close App when finish
testing one car, and re-match the Bluetooth when you
insert the OBD into another car