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Old October 7th, 2016, 10:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ODD2 to tablet

Hey Guys,
I am interested in having my android tablet hooked up to my obd 2 port and set up on my dash. I have seen a few people do this on the internet and thought it would be cool to do myself. Right now i have a tactrix and was wondering if i got a usb to micro usb if it would even work with the correct app. Or would i need a bluetooth OBD2 for what im going for? I would like to be able to check and clear codes and have some gauges set up. I have been looking at the Torque Pro app, has anyone had good luck with this? If anyone could guide me in the right direction or help me out with this would be great!
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Bluetooth, and an app called Torque works great. You can pick up an adapter on Amazon for $15 or less. I use it on my android phone to have a HUD when I feel like doing something fancy


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Buy a scantool.net OBD2 dongle. A tiny bit more expensive but far faster and better quality.

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