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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby satogixxer » Mon Jan 12, 2015 10:43 am

phly wrote:Also, do you leave this permanently connected in your car? Does the dongle drain the car's battery? Im considering getting one of these and doing a nexus install.

I've left my BtSsm connected sometimes for up to at least 3 days without using the car, and so far so good.

I figured the best way to test it was just leave it and see if I end up with a flat battery or not. :lol:
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby bigBADbenny » Mon Jan 12, 2015 10:56 am

phly wrote:How accurate is the boost output on btssm?

Im considering getting one of these and doing a nexus install.


The boost gauge in btSsm is the same sensor as used by the ecu. IIRC the stock MAP sensor reads to 2 bar...

Here's the Nexus install info I posted on the LGT btSsm thread:

Massive Nexus install topic here:
viewtopic.php?f=22&t=21888

Here's a BOM from a working install that was parted out:

Nexus 7 tablet rooted with Timur's USB ROM already mounted to a
JDM 7" sat nav bezel with associated hardware,
Cubby clock relocation kit (Rev A-C for pre FL ref D-F for post-FL)
OTG Y-Cable,
DCDC USB mini box power supply,
4 port USB 2.0 hub,
Behringer UCA-202,
2ch RCA cable,
Paid apps: Poweramp pro music player, Tasker, Sygic offline navigation with traffic updates, Tasker, Greenify, Titanium Backup, BtSsm...
Optional: wired or wireless reverse cam...
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby HardwareBoB » Mon Jan 12, 2015 11:25 am

bigBADbenny wrote:
phly wrote:How accurate is the boost output on btssm?

Im considering getting one of these and doing a nexus install.


The boost gauge in btSsm is the same sensor as used by the ecu. IIRC the stock MAP sensor reads to 2 bar...

Here's the Nexus install info I posted on the LGT btSsm thread:

Massive Nexus install topic here:
viewtopic.php?f=22&t=21888

Here's a BOM from a working install that was parted out:

Nexus 7 tablet rooted with Timur's USB ROM already mounted to a
JDM 7" sat nav bezel with associated hardware,
OTG Y-Cable,
DCDC USB mini box power supply,
4 port USB 2.0 hub,
Behringer UCA-202,
2ch RCA cable,
Paid apps: Poweramp pro music player, Tasker, Sygic offline navigation with traffic updates, Tasker, Greenify, Titanium Backup, BtSsm...
Optional: wired or wireless reverse cam...


You'll also need a clock relocation kit Rev A-C for pre FL ref D-F for post-FL

and strictly the MAP sensor reads to 3 bar ;) - it's just that you get 1 bar free!
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby satogixxer » Mon Jan 12, 2015 11:38 am

HardwareBoB wrote:and strictly the MAP sensor reads to 3 bar ;) - it's just that you get 1 bar free!

* But only if you remain at sea level.
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby HardwareBoB » Mon Jan 12, 2015 11:55 am

satogixxer wrote:
HardwareBoB wrote:and strictly the MAP sensor reads to 3 bar ;) - it's just that you get 1 bar free!

* But only if you remain at sea level.

* and that's only an average - there is weather, daily, seasonal and locational variations.
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby satogixxer » Mon Jan 12, 2015 12:03 pm

HardwareBoB wrote:
satogixxer wrote:
HardwareBoB wrote:and strictly the MAP sensor reads to 3 bar ;) - it's just that you get 1 bar free!

* But only if you remain at sea level.

* and that's only an average - there is weather, daily, seasonal and locational variations.

:lol: True.
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby bigBADbenny » Mon Jan 12, 2015 12:18 pm

Nice one: I'll edit my posts :)
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby bigBADbenny » Fri Jan 16, 2015 2:01 pm

More updates:

V1.1.8:
new: multiple car profiles can be created for same ecu id (jif)
(click car/select a profile/click new)
new: now supports multi-windows for samsung devices having it (djpast)
enhancement: preserves gauge stacking order/z-axis (bigBADbenny)
enhancement: saves gauge layout after gauges are moved, rather than in other app events
enhancement: added green WRX gauge (djpast)

V1.1.9:
bug fix: speed widgets not rendering on android v5.0.1+ (Hardware BoB)
bug fix: more than one speed widget selected would cause crash (Hardware BoB)
fix attempt for isolated logging bug (satogixxer)
slight tweak to recent support of ch340-based kkl usb cable
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby jif99 » Sat Jan 17, 2015 9:00 pm

This is fantastic to use. Gauge response is pretty good and very flexible display setup.
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby kikxz » Wed Feb 04, 2015 2:15 pm

How long did it take for the postage of the adapter?
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby satogixxer » Wed Feb 04, 2015 2:22 pm

kikxz wrote:How long did it take for the postage of the adapter?

Mine took exactly 2 weeks to arrive - and that was during the crazy Xmas period! Expect 2-3 weeks shipping time normally I would say.
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby kikxz » Wed Feb 04, 2015 2:28 pm

satogixxer wrote:
kikxz wrote:How long did it take for the postage of the adapter?

Mine took exactly 2 weeks to arrive - and that was during the crazy Xmas period! Expect 2-3 weeks shipping time normally I would say.


Thanks Michael :)
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby phly » Sat Feb 07, 2015 1:23 pm

Hey guys, I just got my adapter yesterday and started testing it out. Do you guys have issues with gauge placement going out of whack and size of gauges changing slightly after you end and restart the btssm app? I can't get my layout to stay. It always seems magnified after I restart the app
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby bigBADbenny » Sat Feb 07, 2015 2:02 pm

Have you saved your car model to the app?

Do you have the latest google play store BtSsm updates?

I'd contact the developer eg direct via ww.btSsm.com or on the LGT btSsm thread to which I have linked in the 2nd post here.

Just have your android hardware and os software and car model/ecuid info handy so you can add it to your enquiry :)

I'm not having that issue but I only use the app in landscape mode, gauges only as per the screenshot in the first post...
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Re: PSA: BtSsm OBDII Gauges, Logging & LV on BlueTooth Andr

Postby phly » Sat Feb 07, 2015 2:47 pm

Ive realised what the issue is. Its cause im switching between portrait and landscape mode as im benchtesting my tablet at the moment and havent got it fixed on landscape mode.

The problem occurs when I start the app in portrait mode and flip it to landscape after.

I emailed the developer and he was very quick to respond. Great support, definitely liking this adapter and app so far.
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