My understanding is that the mobile o.s versions are made to feature as much that's in the windows version that is possible inside the o.s limitations. Given that the ms-can is just a language/protocol like all the others supported but with write capability incorporated into the protocol, I can't see it not being included as the o.s should not prohibit it.int0x13 wrote:Also very excited to test the Android Beta. Will it support the MS-CAN bus as the windows version? If yes i will have to modify my bluetooth adapter to support the MS-CAN bus by adding a switch, just like my wired USB ELM327.
That said I am no programer or expert so I can't say for sure but I'm reasonably confident, does the iOS version support it? If the ridiculously restrictive iOS o.s can do it android can for sure!
I notice that there is a win phone8 version in the works, wonder how good that can be as windows phone is the most restrictive o.s of them all!
A few posts back forscan wrote this about the upcoming android version, is does not go into supported protocols but it does give a insight into the level of completion/functionality we can expect in the first beta release and its looking good!!
It seems we are a bit out of shedule again, as we had to look aside for PATS and some other functions. But we anyway are very close to the finish. Here are functions that are not finished yet:
- Graph view for PIDs
- export/import functions for data (txt, fsl, csv).
- some live testing
That's all, in fact.
Fetures that will be missing in first release:
- support of USB adapters
- Zoom/pan function for PIDs view (exists in FORScan Lite for iOS)
But the first release will be already optimized for both tablet and phone, in contrast to iOS version that doesn't support iPad yet.
Hope thats helpful, I am very keen to get my paws on this and test it.
Thanks in advance for your hard work forscan devs.