Kiwi 3 support?

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Re: Kiwi 3 support?

Postby niXta » Mon Jan 09, 2017 12:28 pm

fred08155 wrote:Did i tell you to buy a Kiwi 3? No!
If you are a stingy person with iOS device go and buy a WiFi OBD adapter, :roll:

???

What do that have to do with anything? I wanted the Kiwi3 and bought it? Do you have inferiority complex or something?
Why do you come to a thread regarding a device that many people excluding you appreciate and bash it? It is about the same price as OBDLink devices but can be connected to all devices with BT. As far as I know there are no auto ms switching, quality adapter that are much cheaper? Definitely none that are BT + IOS, Android and Win compatible.

Instead of posting ignorant garbage, link to a better device, argument why it is better and have an independent approach. At the moment you are just polluting this thread with crap.
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Re: Kiwi 3 support?

Postby fred08155 » Mon Jan 09, 2017 10:49 pm

I just asked what is so special about that adapter.
No one here is bashing.
Some people here are just unable to see a joke. :roll:

Now everybody here drink a cup of tea and calm down.

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Aaaaah. Delicious. :D
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Re: Kiwi 3 support?

Postby jtaylor0913 » Tue Jan 10, 2017 12:37 pm

So now that the Kiwi 3 is supported in the iOS app does it also support MS Can? I got mine yesterday and it works good but it would only get HS-Can Modules. Am I missing something or is that feature coming?
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Re: Kiwi 3 support?

Postby oldbob70 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:54 am

KIWI 3 still does not work with FORscan I paid $170 for kiwi 3 and wont work ,im NOT EMPRESSED, torque lite (FREE ) works fine ,but does not have the pids I want to read
what is the best ELMS dongle to by to read FORscan I have a ford 2015 PX 1 ranger (Australian issue )
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Re: Kiwi 3 support?

Postby oldbob70 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 4:53 am

yes I did the same very disappointed i have android devices aperantly I phone works well
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Re: Kiwi 3 support?

Postby niXta » Fri Jan 13, 2017 12:22 am

jtaylor0913 wrote:So now that the Kiwi 3 is supported in the iOS app does it also support MS Can? I got mine yesterday and it works good but it would only get HS-Can Modules. Am I missing something or is that feature coming?


The Kiwi 3 supports it, not sure if forscan does, but I think so. I'll have to check.

Also, until forscan adds support in Android and Windows, no need to try - it won't work. Wait for forscan to update them.
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Re: Kiwi 3 support?

Postby jtaylor0913 » Fri Jan 13, 2017 6:51 pm

niXta wrote:
jtaylor0913 wrote:So now that the Kiwi 3 is supported in the iOS app does it also support MS Can? I got mine yesterday and it works good but it would only get HS-Can Modules. Am I missing something or is that feature coming?


The Kiwi 3 supports it, not sure if forscan does, but I think so. I'll have to check.

Also, until forscan adds support in Android and Windows, no need to try - it won't work. Wait for forscan to update them.


Yeah I have been using it with ForScan on iOS and it works well but like I said it won't see any MS-Can modules. I'm thinking they just haven't added support for MS-Can yet.
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