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diesel_dan
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Posts: 5
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 12, 2022 (GMT)

<div class=”quote”><p>Quote from admin on February 12, 2022
diesel_dan:

From the debug:
Connecting to OBD via bluetooth…
Connecting to: 00:06:71:00:00:06 OBDII
Standard bluetooth API connect
*** java.io.IOException:socket closed ***

Can you download the latest version (1.12.74) and see if the issue is fixed – the adapter itself is not responding to the connection – this means:

* Something else is connected to the adapter

* The wrong adapter is selected

If it’s the latter then you’ll need to go into the main app settings and *reselect* the adapter in there </p></div>

I saw the version “beta” post of yours to another user and checked this afternoon and Google Play offered that version as an Update. So I did the update and retried, including complete re-pair, shut off Droid phone included, and re-select in Torque Pro. I even did another debug capture, but didn’t bother sending because Torque would not connect to adapter, so flashing BT and Vehicle symbols for well over a minute – checked adapter status and not talking at all. I even tried setting to High Speed Comms. with adapter.

As a further test I shut down Pro and fired up Torque Lite, and it again indeed is in full comms with the Truck. Something is amiss in the Pro code.

With the latest version, 1.12.74, do you want me to send another debug log?

On Edit: When I was messing with Lite, I saw a message that said “configuring OBDII adapter” (or something like that), but yet it was updating real time, oh and the vehicle symbol was NOT flashing (steady on) but the BT (satellite) symbol was flashing, yet data was coming in to real time gauges…

jermydean
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Posts: 9
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

I will get you a log as soon. Wont be using my truck tomorrow so maybe monday. Also, it is a 2004 Chevy duramax. So when you say “non obd2 compliant ” I’m not sure what you mean. But thank you for the help, I’ll get that log soon.

bibubip84
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Posts: 36
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

In last beta there is a bug with custom theme, show default theme on start until go settings and back.

piemmm
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Posts: 6622
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

Hi!

Even if the app does not connect, I need the debug log

I’ve made a small change and sent out .75 which may or may not affect the bluetooth connectivity (I still need a debug if it doesnt work)

jermydean
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Posts: 9
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

I was able to send the debugging info this morning. I watched the 8 injector balance rate pids and they all read like -300 and that’s way off.
Also, I tried the ATI string after sending the debug info and now everything is working again.

Also, where on the forum would I ask about adding 2 new pids to the app?

Thank you!

piemmm
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Posts: 6622
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

Hi!

Thankyou for the debug – could I trouble you for another debug (with the ATI – where you have it working). It would be very helpful as you’ve managed to find a bug in one section of code (but I need the additional debug to confirm it and to build a test for it to correct it properly)

For additional PIDs just create a new topic and ask, though if it’s manufacturer specific it may be worthwhile asking on one of the enthusiast forums (if anyone here doesn’t know)

Mickaty
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Posts: 13
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

Hi, so I updated to the new version. At first it looked like the issue was fixed. Initially, Torque connected to the adaptor OK, but then after a couple of minutes it disconnected, then reconnected again. This keeps happening, so I’m not sure that the connection is stable. It’s never done that in the past. I have sent you a debug file. I hope it helps. Thank you.

piemmm
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Posts: 6622
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

Hi!

Mickaty: Can you reboot your phone? I’ve seen this before where a device (usually samsung phones) either go dead on bluetooth or become unstable until the device and OBD2 device are both power cycled. From the debug the service discovery has failed (another sign of a bluetooth issue) and the app has reverted to an alternate connection method which bypasses it (I’m currently unsure as to whether the advertisement fails on the adapter or the service discovery fails on the android device as it happens that infrequently)

bibubip84
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Posts: 36
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

On android 5.1.1 script says device is too old to support scripting. What is that mean? Nexus 7. Wich minimal version of android required? It’s possible to force run it on 5.1.1? It looks like as software limitation.

piemmm
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Posts: 6622
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

Hi

The scripting on the device failed to initialise (usually a failed lambda expression) – at the moment this is due to a limitation in the version of Android that doesn’t support the specific expression (it’s a third party library and will not init on that particular OS, though this was only seen on android 4.4 devices and below)

bibubip84
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Posts: 36
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

on nexus 7 2013 with android 6.0.1 don’t worked too

piemmm
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Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

I’ll try to revisit it for earlier devices next week (probably latter half if I don’t get too many things going on) – however it was an OS limitation at the time

diesel_dan
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Posts: 5
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

Debug File sent – BUT it Works! So I only kept it in Key On Engine Off for a minute or so, sent the log, then shut off debug and exited TP. All my PIDs were reporting, btw…

I then fired TP up again and it reconnected. I now see that there are more icons and I was mistaking the blinking Adapter Icon for the truck icon. The satellite icon stays flashing, thought it went solid when Torque Pro connected to the adapter.

No matter, the other three icons go solid. I won’t be able to see if there is any issue with stability of the connection until I can drive the truck. But I think you’ve got it fixed!!!

Thank you Ian!

bibubip84
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Posts: 36
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 13, 2022 (GMT)

On last build of N (7.1.2) scripts works fine. Time to update has come :)

There is no reason to check older versions. On api level earlier than 24 no lambda expressions support.

Another thing. When using button with obd2 command, it would be useful to notify on command answer after push the button, like popup messages appear bottom of UI.

jermydean
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Posts: 9
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 14, 2022 (GMT)

i sent another debug using the ATI string. let me know what you find! thanks!

piemmm
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Posts: 6622
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 14, 2022 (GMT)

Hi!

Thanks – it has confirmed what I had thought was happening and changes in the .76 release should hopefully sort this out properly (though .76 represents a large number of changes)

bibubip84
Member
Posts: 36
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 14, 2022 (GMT)

.76 has broken my all custom pids. No response. On another device with .75 all fine. Seems equation has broken.

piemmm
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Posts: 6622
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 14, 2022 (GMT)

Hi

Ok – can you send me a .76 debug(if not already) and I’ll look at it – thanks for letting me know as there were some core changes and it should be something trivial

bibubip84
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Posts: 36
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 14, 2022 (GMT)

Done. In addition to regular 01 pids, i use 21xx pids with 61xx answers.

piemmm
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Posts: 6622
Post Re: Torque Changelog
on: February 14, 2022 (GMT)

Hi thanks – sorted that out

One of the changes in .76 (and 77 which is just building) is I have updated some of the OBD code (as well as ripping apart the bluetooth code so I can finally remove some of the old android 1.6->4.0 workarounds for bugs in the OS)

There’s also a large chunk of code that was refactored (sorted out) so that the upshot is that some reads can be sped up significantly depending on the ECU configuration in the vehicle

.77 should hopefully be back on track and updated in a moment

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