An IOS version of CanZE is actually being developed by Frédéric Richard and now available on iTunes:
That’s great news. Thank you Frédéric Richard
Thank you Frédéric Richard
I have a Zoe Q210 and I would like to connect my iphone7 with CanZE.
Which dongle do I need? (CanZE shows the button “connect to WiFi dongle”.)
Thanks a lot for your support and great efforts!
kind regards from Ludwigsburg/Germany
You need a WiFi enabled dongle with ELM327 version 1.5. Version 1.4 will work too. Version below (1.3 or 1.2) as well as version above (2.0 or 2.1) will NOT work!
So I have version 2.0. What can I do
The best option we actually have is to recommend you to buy another one.
will there be a iOS version that would work with a BT Dongle? would be cool to know b4 I send the MaxiScan back!
Thanx for the great work and
greetings from Salzburg/Austria
No. BT restriction in iOS.
I use a BT dongle in my Prius together with the App “EngineLink” on iOS. It seams the restrictions are released. Is there a chance that the App will support BT too?
I will forward this to the iOS developer
Hi, could You give us a link to Your dongle?
Does any Bluetooth dongle work with iPhone?
I think only Bluetooth LE are working with Apple products.
Please give us any information You have about Bluetooth dongles and Apple products
I bought this app and the LELink dongle they reference on their site:
I bought that one:
it works very well. And you are correct, it is Bluetooth LE.
I had a look at Bluetooth LE ODB2 dongles.
Minimum price is about 45€ (including shipping costs) and maximum is about 100€
Otherwise, wifi odb2 dongles are about 15€ – 25€
I’ not sure people will want to by such dongles (Bluetooth LE) when WiFi are more cheaper and works almost fine with CanZE for iOS.
If a generous donator want to offer an Bluetooth LE dongle, I will add this to CanZE for iOS (send mail to ioscanze[at]icloud[dot]com)
Hi find this in Wikipedia? So is it OK to by a pirate?
The ELM327 is a PIC microcontroller that has been customized with ELM Electronics’ proprietary code that implements the testing protocols. When ELM Electronics sold version 1.0 of its ELM327, it did not enable the copy protection feature of the PIC microcontroller. Consequently, anyone could buy a genuine ELM327, and read ELM’s proprietary binary microcontroller code using a device programmer. With this microcode, pirates could trivially produce ELM327 clones by purchasing the same microcontroller chips directly from MicroChip and programming them with the copied microcode. ELM327 clones were widely sold in devices claiming to contain an ELM327 device, and problems have been reported with the clones. The problems reflect bugs that were present in ELM’s version 1.0 microcode; those making the clones may continue to sell the old version.
Although these pirate clones may contain the ELM327 v1.0 code, they may falsely report the version number as the current version provided by the genuine ELM327, and in some cases report an as-yet non-existent version. Released software versions for the ELM327 are 1.0, 1.3a, 1.4b and 2.1 only. The actual function of these pirate clones is nonetheless limited to the function of the original ELM327 v1.0, with inherent deficiencies.
Most of the clones are reporting ELM327 v1.5, despite the fact that Elm Electronics does not have a version 1.5.
You are totally right about that and because of the fact that most cheap ELM327 copies report a higher version than the functionalities they offer, those dongles will not work with CanZE, lacking some required features.
Hi Bob and thank’s for a fast answer. So what should I by? They say v.1,5 but what is in? Do you have a good place to by it? I’m in Norway 🙂 Thanks for an answer.
Try to get one of those describe on the ELM327 page:
I did not do any research if they are hacked or copied or such a thing, but these are not those very cheap dongles sold in China. BTW, we are working on some self-made hardware solution, which is a lot faster than the ELM327 😉
OK thank’s a lot. I have order one for BT for an Android ( I by an used tablet) but happy to see that you made one CanZe for IOS that I’m more comfortable with 🙂 Have a nice day 🙂
I cant get my canze on my iphone 7 plus to work.. “Connecting to wifi socket” wont dissapear..
However i have ordered a kw902 wifi dongle..
If you feel this is a real problem, please open an issue on GitHub where the developer of the iOS version will get informed too.
I have bought a Wi-Fi Interface ELM327, a black one, with the orange/blue cover. It´s possible to connect the adapter in the
WIFI Settings. It´s also possible to detect the interface in the CanZE app, but when I try to push the “Connect to WiFi dongle”
button, after a few seconds I get an error message, “ATFCSH77B command problem”. Is it the wrong adapter?
Will an update by the app-developer solve this problem?
Thanks for answer.
Black with orange/blue cover does not mean something 😉
What version is the ELM327 chip inside?
In CanZE for iOS, go to settings and check “debug log” is checked.
Try to connect to Your dongle.
Slide to main fragment and clic on “send feedback” button.
With logs, I perhaps can say what’s going wrong.
Why is the Maxiscan KW902 nor working with the iOS Version of CANZE. I’ve tried it but it does’t found it.
Hi, is there a data logging option like for Android on the Iphone App?
A new version is under beta-testing.
Cool, looking forward to see it 🙂