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Allow connection to existing bluetooth enabled OBDII devices

I have a bluetooth OBDII device which I've been using with my PC and Android devices for a while. It would be nice if I could use it with Tripdots as well. The gauges offered for the dashboard are pretty much the same that I use already and the ability to use my phone instead of having to carry another device with me for data logging would be great.

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      • Joseph Heath Wallis commented  · 

        Since you all partnered with Nokia on this app, I'd get with them about migrating this app to a Native Code app so you could support the necessary serial bluetooth profile to enable the generic OBDII dongles people want support for. I know you all seem to be building a business model around tripconnect, but honestly that is an outdated concept when we have phones that could capture and transmit that data just fine, we just need proper app support.

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