- Your connected car with inCarDoc OBD2 Scanner - Check Engine, car diagnostics, scanning, monitoring, and logbook tool: reads real-time and stored diagnostics parameters from ECU of OBD2 compliant cars. Note!!! Requires ELM327 or compatible OBD2 adapter. Supported: OBD2 (WiFi, Kiwi 3 (BLE), iCar 3 (BLE). Read more at site http://incardoc.com Car diagnostics: inCarDoc OBD2 | ELM327 Scanner works as fault code scanner: read Check Engine (MIL) state, details, related freeze frame data, find descriptions, and clean stored diagnostic trouble codes (DTC). Store and share diagnostics data when looking for a professional service/repair assistance. Please note that the app supports only parameters and ECU's specified with OBD2 standard, which is Engine and Emission systems. Real-time parameters: Reads real-time engine and vehicle OBD2 parameters from car’s sensors: speed, rotation (rpm), coolant temperature, pressure, lambda, and multiple other sensors data supported by your car. Supported chart drawing and analog/digital widgets presentation. Please note that the exact list of exposed parameters depends on your car make/model/year. Economizer: Special mode for presenting and tracking the car’s fuel economy/consumption. Allows presenting both in-drive (instant and average MPG) as well as per trip, per day, and other statistics. Please note, that feature available when appropriate economy parameters (MAF or MAP+IAT+RPM) supported in your car. For correct calculation, you may need to enter proper Engine displacement (in cubic cm) and volumetric efficiency (in %, the default is 80). Other features: • logbook notes: fueling, service records, car maintenance, diagnostics • GPS parameters: speed, altitude • register and upload data to web • console mode: for advanced users, direct OBD2 and ELM327 commands sending • use custom configurations for non-standard parameters and protocols - More features with inCarDoc PRO - inCarDoc OBD2 | ELM327 Scanner PRO version is now available in-app purchases. inCarDoc PRO features: - allows real-time parameters recording - read, display, read multiple parameters simultaneously - recording parameters in background mode (for Kiwi3, Vgate, Bluetooth low energy adapters) - view and send recorded parameters traces - GPS support - Upload recorded data to server www.incardoc.com (beta version) - fuel economy statistic screen Note!!! Avoid simultaneous running of multiple OBD reading applications, be sure that other applications are not keeping live OBD connection. Configure inCarDoc OBD2 application: 1. Connect the OBD-II Wi-Fi cable to the OBD-II connector of your car (usually it is under the steering wheel). Start the car engine and wait for the green light on the Wi-Fi device. 2. On your iPhone device, go to Settings, select connect to a Wi-Fi network. After connecting to Wi-Fi, go to advanced settings: Set IP Address: Static. IP Address: 192.168.0.11 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Choose a device name for Wi-Fi Exit settings. 3. Go to the inCarDoc application> Settings, where configure the following: IP Address: 192.168.0.10 Port: 35000 Click “Save” 4. Start the engine. View vehicle parameters. You could help to improve the project by sending OBD2 details info related to your car. Fill in the car details with the configuration screen and click the send button in "General information" section. We also recommend a short video to learn how to set up the application - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJ47kOvxL2Y Please send your questions with email. You are always welcome! http://incardoc.com Thank You!
After last update app crashed after start.
Trying to open the app and it immediately crashes on iPhone XR. The May update is faulty. Please fix ASAP.
Started with the free app in hopes of reading info from 2001 Ford 7.3 diesel. The only reading it would show was volts. At one point it threw the service engine soon light and truck almost died. I paid for the Pro app and it was useless. Didn’t show any information I was looking for such as IPR duty cycle, boost, EGT’s, nothing! Kinda important stuff on a diesel. At least I know the alternator is working! Lol...
Requires you to upload a car type to work. Requires you to be on the OBD WiFi and for you to be connected to internet. Crazy.
App does not load on iOS.
Needs a update to be more compatible with IOS13 Running slow and takes three times to connect and run the diagnostics. Upgraded to Pro and now wondering if it was worth it.
The only thing that I don’t like is that I recently purchased this app for my android device that I know longer have ,and have an iPhone now and Don’t feel that I should have to re-purchase the full version. That’s the only reason I don’t give a five star review
Paid for the Pro version. Did nothing added ZERO new scan features for my Saab that the free ver already didnt offer! Will be contacting bank for a refund. Parasitic apps like this should be taken down feeding off the public like they do.
I used the free version to connect to Foseal OBDII scanner in 2001 Nissan Altima. Scan ran well and results were obtained. That's why I give 2 stars. Anyway the clear command in app does nothing to the MIL. It stays ON after cleared. So the clear command doesn't work.
I use the pro version and cannot get gauges to display.