New to forscan

Discussion in 'Generation 4 - General Discusson' started by The pony boy, Jul 9, 2018.

  1. The pony boy

    The pony boy New Member

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    I have a few questions about the app on android. I have a 2010 non pp.

    After linking it to my phone I can no longer get my phone to sync.

    I'm not looking to change anything but I would like to display the basics. Where are they? I found a few but is oil pressure and fuel pressure there?

    And is there a easy way to go back and forth from for scan to sync so I can use my phone while driving?
    If this has been covered any links would be appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. Roger Batts

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    If you're looking to scan and monitor systems, I would suggest the Torque app. They offer a free demo and a full version. You can use the same OBDII scan tool that you bought to use with ForScan. I have mine set to monitor fuel, boost, tire pressure, temps, and other things.
     
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    Thanks was a toss up between the 2 apps. Guess I'll give torque a try
     
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    I have Torque Pro and love it.
     
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