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* Where do I get the adapter - [[Bluetooth Adapters|Comparison of adapters available]]
 
* Where do I get the adapter - [[Bluetooth Adapters|Comparison of adapters available]]
 
* Getting started - [[Getting Started|Connecting to the adapter]]
 
* Getting started - [[Getting Started|Connecting to the adapter]]
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* How to export videos with the Track Recorder plugin - [[Exporting Video|(Exporting video)]] *UPDATED with Wi-Fi sync*
 
* My speed seems to be inaccurate - [[Speedometer|Vehicle speedometer calibration]]
 
* My speed seems to be inaccurate - [[Speedometer|Vehicle speedometer calibration]]
 
* Plugins that can be downloaded to bring new functions to the app - [[Plugins|Plugins]]
 
* Plugins that can be downloaded to bring new functions to the app - [[Plugins|Plugins]]
* How to export videos with the Track Recorder plugin - [[Exporting Video|(Exporting video)]]
 
 
* How to make your own - [[Themes]]
 
* How to make your own - [[Themes]]
 
* How to add predefined sensors - [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWR6qsTQYHc Video]
 
* How to add predefined sensors - [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWR6qsTQYHc Video]

Revision as of 22:42, 4 May 2012

What is Torque?

Torque is an OBD2 performance and diagnostic tool for any device that runs the Android operating system. It will allow you to access the many sensors within your vehicles Engine Management System, as well as allow you to view and clear trouble codes.

Torque running on a Nexus S phone

Most useful bits

Here's a list of the most common questions asked regarding Torque:

Other information (incomplete, still being documented)