It’s OBD Fusion for iOS.JM- is that a screen shot of an app? If so, can you tell us which one, and OS? Thx.
I understand that. I’m just showing that the data is available over CAN. So your Polar might need an update.I'm using the version that shows on my MFD in the car. I don't want to go looking at another device while driving. There is enough distraction without that need. As I said, I have NOT been able to locate any of those parameters on the version I have.
Awesome, thanks! I feel like I've posted in multiple spots in my search for an iOS based app that reveals DPF regen, so I'm super happy to see this one. We have carista OBD adaptors in both cars, which have been reliable. I'm still using VAG DPF with the cheap android phone I bought on ebay, but my search has been for an iOS app that (she) can use in her GSW that helps avoid multiple and repeated regen interruptions.It’s OBD Fusion for iOS.
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I bought that one on sale for $30. Works great on iOS over bluetooth, and being a genuine ELM v1.4b device, is very stable. It also came with a license for OBD Fusion which is the $9.99 iOS equivalent of Torque.