FORScan Lite Beta for Android

Testing new functions
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Re: FORScan Lite Beta for Android

Post by Hostj » Mon Aug 10, 2015 9:52 pm

Freddy64 wrote:Got a question: I read on this forum that Forscan 1.0.1 supports currently ARM 7 processors only - do you have any plans to compile for ARM 9 architecture too in one of the next releases?
Reason is, I bought one of this nice Android China head units which utilizes a Cortex-A9 dual core processor but Forscan does not get installed :|
ARM v7 is architecture while Cortex-A9 is processor core model. Cortex-A9 is based on / supports / uses ARM v7 so whatever issue is in your case it is likely not related to architecture incompatibility.

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Re: FORScan Lite Beta for Android

Post by FORScan » Fri Aug 14, 2015 6:57 am

Sorry for late reply. Actually architecture names are quite confusing. ARM7 and ARMv7 are not the same. ARM9 is actually ARMv5. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARM_architecture.

Currently FORScan is optimized for ARMv7. Anyway, yes we plan to add support for other (older) ARM architectures.

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Re: FORScan Lite Beta for Android

Post by DARBAS » Fri Sep 18, 2015 1:33 pm

Can anyone tell me how I can view saved data on my android mobile onto my pc windows

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Re: FORScan Lite Beta for Android

Post by FORScan » Sat Sep 19, 2015 10:23 am

Txt and CSV formats can be opened by many software. As for FSL, you can open it in FORScan for WIndows (e.g. Dashboard,Open).

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J2534

Post by S117MC » Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:04 am

Any plans to add J2534 support to FORScan Lite? I can pair my phone to CANtieCAR (in J2534 mode) bluetooth adapter, but FORScan Lite won't connect to it.

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Re: FORScan Lite Beta for Android

Post by olopezm » Tue Sep 22, 2015 3:28 am

I would like to report that on version 1.0.1 if I save a set (#1) of PIDs for later use, select a different set (#2) and reload set #1, after pressing the play button to start the capture, set #2 will automatically re-appear and be captured instead of those PIDs on set #1.

I hope my explanation is clear.

Regards.

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Re: FORScan Lite Beta for Android

Post by FORScan » Mon Oct 26, 2015 10:42 am

olopezm wrote:I would like to report that on version 1.0.1 if I save a set (#1) of PIDs for later use, select a different set (#2) and reload set #1, after pressing the play button to start the capture, set #2 will automatically re-appear and be captured instead of those PIDs on set #1.
We are unable to reproduce the bug. We think there is a misunderstanding here. PID profile can be saved and loaded from the PID profile page. As for the Dashboard page, you can save/load live stream data from there. So if you opened a live data file with other set of PIDs, the PIDs for this set are loaded temporarily, just to show the live data properly. After you click Start, current active PID profile set is restored. This is correct behaviour (not a bug). If you need to load another set of Pids, you should open the PID profile screen and save/load from there.

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FORScan Lite 1.0.1 Recommandation for next update

Post by mx-user » Fri Oct 30, 2015 8:47 am

Hi,
I use FORScan Lite 1.0.1 and must say, you have done a very good job !
A recommendation for next update:
DP_DPF change from
No decimal place
to
2 decimal places
This may be helpful when engine is idling for assessing state of charge DPF

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Re: FORScan Lite Beta for Android

Post by FORScan » Sun Nov 01, 2015 3:56 pm

FORScan Lite for Android version 1.1.1 released yesterday has this option: user can change number of decimal places after the decimal point.

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Re: FORScan Lite Beta for Android

Post by mx-user » Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:17 pm

FORScan wrote:FORScan Lite for Android version 1.1.1 released yesterday has this option: user can change number of decimal places after the decimal point.
Thanks,
great

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