Mestart OBDII OBD2 Bluetooth Car Diagnostic Scan Tool Auto OBD Scanner for Android Devices from Launchh

Price: $10.99
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Product Features

Any question, please email us, we will reply within 24 hours. We provide 3 months quality , and we will give you a refund or send you a replacement if you are not satisfied with our product. (please click our store address "Mesta outdoor" on the product page and then click "Ask a question", then you can contact us by e-mail. ) The device works on OBD2 gasoline cars (1998 and newer cars in the USA), and EOBD cars (cars from Europe, gasoline cars from 2001). Bluetooth connection, no Batteries, Cables, or Switches. - Wireless (Bluetooth) 5 ~ 10 meters. Notice: 1. NOT for iOS ! For iPhone & iPad, please choose "Wi-Fi for iOS and Android". 2. NOT for Diesel vehicles. 3. For your vehicle to be OBD II compliant it must have a 16-pin DLC (Data Link Connector) under the dash and the Vehicle Emission Control Information Label must state that the vehicle is OBD II compliant. Suitable for system: mainly used with Android system phones,  also supports Symbian system phones, Windows system PCs and laptops. Compatible App: Recommended Apps are Torque Pro, Torque Lite (free), OBD Car Doctor (free), etc. on Google Play. Work with Android cellphone and tablet. Or There are various Apps and installation instructions provided on the CD. But Partial Apps need to be charged. You can run the CD to select the appropriate App. How to use: Plug the device in your car's OBD2 port, start the car, enable Bluetooth on your Android phone or tablet, search for "OBDII" and pair with it (pin 1234), run the downloaded App with simple settings and wait until it connects your car's ECU successfully. If you use the same OBD on 2 or more cars, you need to disconnect Bluetooth and close App when finish testing one car, and re-match the Bluetooth when you insert the OBD into another car.

Product Information

Connecting Your Vehicle to Your Phone Via OBD II Connectors

This is the current Bluetooth Smart OBDII connector for your vehicle. The older versions are no longer being produced. These newer version of connectors also have several different ways to connect your vehicle to your Bluetooth enabled phone. Here is a summary of how each option works and what it will enable you to do.

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This connector is more like a car adaptor. It connects to your car to your phone. It has a USB port for your car battery charger. There is a universal serial bus protocol adapter on the car that allows you to connect it to your phone. It can be used as a two way adapter or a one way adapter.

The obdII connector allows you to connect your Bluetooth enabled phone to your vehicle through USB, making it similar to the older adapters, except this one is backwards compatible with the older Bluetooth connections. It does not have the universal serial bus protocol adapter and is limited to a two way connection.

This adaptor is meant to allow the two of you to connect your phones via Bluetooth to your vehicle's mobile phones. The connection is made by running a cable from the mobile phone to the connector, and from the connector to the vehicle's cigarette lighter. There is an adapter to add a new line at the car's cigarette lighter, and then connect the two.

The older versions of obdII used a standard connector which allowed you to only use one type of adapter. With this newer version of the connector, all Bluetooth capable phones that come with the device's compatibility are compatible.

The newest version of the obdII connector has an external antenna which allows it to work with a larger range of Bluetooth enabled phones. This is useful if you travel often and need to use your phone with other wireless devices such as laptops. This version does not have the external antenna, but it does have an electronic chip that works in the same way as the older ones did.

This adapter enables you to connect your vehicle to your Bluetooth enabled phones via USB, using a cable that is installed in the new compatible car audio system. The connector comes with its own cable that uses a special connection between the two devices. It does not require the external antenna.

This adaptor is one that enables you to connect your vehicle to your Bluetooth enabled phones via USB, but does not have an external antenna. This version of the obdII connector is backward compatible with most other phones using the Bluetooth standard.

The newer version of the obdII connector offers a third way of connecting your car's Bluetooth enabled phones and your vehicles devices. Connect your vehicle to your phone via a cable that is added to your compatible car audio system, and then connect the phones using their default protocols. This allows you to control your music without a headset or other interference.

The newer version of the obdII connector allows you to connect your vehicle to your phone via a cable that is added to your compatible car audio system and then connect the phones using their default protocols. It works the same as the previous versions, but it uses the newest Bluetooth standard to connect your vehicle to your phone. This version is backward compatible with most other phones using the Bluetooth standard.

The older version of the obdII connector enabled you to connect your vehicles Bluetooth enabled phones to your compatible car audio system. This allows you to control your music and other functions of your car with your hands free. This version of the obdII also allows you to send and receive texts, emails, and calendar appointments.

This last version of the obdII connects your vehicle's Bluetooth enabled phones to your compatible car audio system. This version is backwards compatible with most other phones using the Bluetooth standard.

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