DashCommand OBD ELM App v4.8.2 APK Unlocked

Transform your Android device into a customizable display and monitoring system. DashCommand puts you in control – Monitor and data log engine and vehicle … All-In-One Toolbox is a set of basic useful tools which help your Android working the best that it can. All handy tools on one small-size app. All-In-One

DEVELOPER Palmer Performance Engineering
Updated
May 28, 2021
Size
88M
Version 4.8.2
Requires Android 4.1 and up

Your Android device can be transformed into a customized display and monitoring system. DashCommand gives you control. You can monitor and log vehicle performance, fuel economy and engine performance. Also, the DashCommand app allows you to instantly clear and read trouble engine lights.
The app features a professional skidpad that displays lateral and accel/braking gs with min/max indicators. It also has a race track that visual maps your location, acceleration, and braking as the driver drives laps around it. An inclinometer that displays rolling angle and vehicle pitch to off-roading. You can also data log and playback log files that show OBD-II data and acceleration data.

DashCommand was a SEMA Show 1st runner up for the best mobile electronics product, and a four-time winner of the SEMA Global Media Award!

DISCLAIMER: DashCommand requires an interface from a third-party manufacturer to communicate with the vehicle. This interface must be purchased separately.

DashCommand supports all OBD-II/EOBD compliant vehicles worldwide. Before purchasing, please verify that your vehicle meets OBD-II/EOBD requirements. Some OBD-II-compliant vehicles may not support all these parameters.

Manufacturer-specific data is available for select vehicles through In-App purchase.

Compatibility with OBD-II Hardware:
Auto Meter DashLink
– PLX Kiwi 3, and Kiwi 4.
OBDLink MX+
ELM compatible WiFi
– GoPoint.BT1

What’s new

Support for FiatChrysler 2008-2018 vehicles: Enhanced
Support for several new BLE adapters added
Fixed crash in Gauges screen
DashLogic SensorTapP4 support for auxiliary sensors
Many small bug fixes

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