How to connect the application OBD Car Doctor at iPhone/iPad

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Administrator posted this 05 December 2014

How to connect the application OBD Car Doctor at iPhone/iPad to the car 

 

  1. Plug your OBD Wi-Fi Device (OBD-II Wi-Fi Adapter) to your car's OBD2 diagnostic port. The OBD-II port is usually located within 2 feet (0.61 m) of the steering wheel.
Start car's engine.

Wait for it to green light flashing at Wi-Fi Device.

  1. At your iPhone go to Settings, choose Wi-Fi Devices and connect to Wi-Fi network.
Set the IP Address to Static. 

Configure the 

IP Address to 192.168.0.11 and the

Subnet Mask to 255.255.255.0

Click device name to set WiFi connection.

Exit the Settings. 

  1. Go to the OBD Car Doctor Application
Choose Settings > Wi-Fi Settings. 

Configure the following information: 

IP Address: 192.168.0.10

Port: 35000 

Click Save > Back

Click Connect and see General Info. 

  1. Start your car and see Dynamic Parameters.
We also recommend a short video to learn how to set up the Application see it here

The easiest way to get the adapter is to search on the internet using keywords ELM327 Wi-Fi obd2, OBD-II Wi-Fi, Wireless OBD2 cable or adapter.

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rubensft posted this 20 April 2015

I used the previous version with no problem however this last update no longer works even configuring the connection correctly.

OBDCarDoctoriOSDev posted this 20 April 2015

I used the previous version with no problem however this last update no longer works even configuring the connection correctly.

Hi. Could you describe what`s happening when you try to connect?

GCMora posted this 09 May 2018

Después de seguir los pasos de instalación del dispositivo, mi celular lo detecta automáticamente, pero sólo indica “Setting ATD”.

Incardoc posted this 10 May 2018

Please use in-app option to prepare and then send mail with an issue description

(left)Menu-Feedback

in the letter please repeat the issue description and car details

Gracias!