Adoepner wrote:In that case, I think I’ll try and scrounge an old Android tablet to leave in the car, rather than roll the dice on a new adapter.
I'm using my adaptor (first with Canion and Hobdrive, now with Leafspy as I now own a Leaf) on my son's Amazon Fire HD 8 but it's a bit of a pain as Fire OS has to be hacked a bit to get Google Play apps on it and the Bluetooth support in FireOS is a bit flaky so I'm thinking of picking up a cheap Samsung or Generic Android tablet of my own for use with the car and he can have his back.
Another advantage of you staying with the MX+ and picking up a cheap Android device is then you'll be able to run Canion, which has many great features. Some features overlap Hobdrive but it has a much better UI for the things which both apps do especially in terms of graphing data over time (miles/kWh, heater power use etc etc) and cell voltage display.
Although it doesn't read or clear fault codes Canion does provide a lot of live data which is useful for troubleshooting especially traction battery cell issues.