It does work, the only real difference in procedure is you have to 'start head unit server' in android auto before it will launch properly.Word on the street is this is back and functioning again as the developer has worked out the kinks to allow it to be white listed again. I haven't tried it since I still don't have my car back from the body shop but Straight forward. Install latest Android Auto, Install Torque Pro and OBD2AA and it should work. Follow link on original post to instructions.
Importing works. Just set it up on my car. Awesome!I was playing with it again tonight running the 5 Gauge Cluster. On my Boost Gauge (gauge #1 large center cluster gauge) I set the Use Arch Color for Test option and set the Warning Level 1 = 35/Warning Level 2 = 65, Now the arch sweep progressively goes from red to green as the boost increases. The numerical Boost PSI number does the same. Something else I noticed is my volume notifications display in the center larger gauge of the 5 gauge cluster. It looks pretty slick.
I need to test the import/export feature. Here is a link to my 5 gauge cluster setup if somebody wants to grab it and try to import it.
Importing works. Just set it up on my car. Awesome!
My IAT's are crazy high. I need to start modding...
Try to open Android Auto go to Settings -> Connected cars.If you have any car in Rejected cars use the 3 dotted menu to forget all cars.
Now make sure that add new cars to Android Auto is enabled.
Follow this link and the instructions have been updated... [APP][5.0+]OBD2 Plugin for Android Auto - Use Torque with AndroidAutoHas OBD2AA changed names? I was looking in the Android Play Store and don't see the OBD2AA app. Is it maybe called something else now?