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    It's a 2011 Subaru WRX. Looking at my OBDII...

    It's a 2011 Subaru WRX.

    Looking at my OBDII port, I *think* it has pins 1-5, 9, and 11 populated. Hopefully that makes sense.

    I haven't run into this problem since employing your workaround of...
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    Very good point. Before I blame the $250 adapter,...

    Very good point. Before I blame the $250 adapter, I should consider the $5 software. Maybe DashCommander ($40) would be a better bet.

    Unfortunately, I'm trying to get this working on my Galaxy...
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    Unfortunately, I am. =( Just got the adapter...

    Unfortunately, I am. =(

    Just got the adapter today and gave it a try with the Torque app on my Galaxy Tab. It connected and started giving the app ECU data right away. However, after a few car...
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    Thanks for the reply! I checked where my OBDII...

    Thanks for the reply! I checked where my OBDII port on my '11 Subaru WRX to make sure my legs won't kick the 2" unit when it's plugged it, and it looks like there won't be any problem.

    Overall it...
  5. > Either way, the device provides OBD-II data at...

    > Either way, the device provides OBD-II data at a far greater interval than the PLX Kiwi Wifi OBD-II device I reviewed some time ago.

    Also true with the PLX Kiwi Bluetooth OBD-II?
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    I'm in the market for a blutetooth OBDII scan...

    I'm in the market for a blutetooth OBDII scan tool and have read good things about the OBDLink MX, but the price is pretty daunting. However, I'm going to pick up whatever I feel has the best value....
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