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rlprd
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Posts: 2
Post Sprinter
on: August 4, 2015 (GMT)

I have a 2004 Dodge Sprinter. I was using Torque lite with my Samsung Galaxy S4. It worked fine. I upgraded to the Torque Pro Hoping to get a few more readings, and now it won’t connect to it. Any ideas from anyone? Thank You

csr.sprocket
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Posts: 3
Post Re: Sprinter
on: June 1, 2019 (GMT)

Though this question is several years old I’m giving this advice because someone else might read it and find my method useful.

I’ve had similar problems when upgrading from free/ad-supported apps to the paid-for version. What I’ve found to work is:

Before upgrading:
1) Go to settings/apps and tap the ad-supported version.
2) Tap “Force Stop” and tap the button that isn’t “Cancel”.
3) Tap on the line that says “Storage
4) Tap on “Clear Cache”
5) Tap on “Clear Data” then tap the button that isn’t “Cancel”.
6) Uninstall the free version of the app.
7) Install the paid version of the app.

under-achieving gear head for over 50 years. Currently trying to eek out every pound of torque on a 2005 Dodge/MB Sprinter.

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