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OBDLink MX Bluetooth OBD2 Car Adaptor for Android Devices & PCs

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  • OBD 2 Bluetooth Adaptor
  • Read and clear fault codes with your Android phone or tablet
  • Easy Setup and use
  • Essential Car Diagnostic tool
  • Works on all cars 2001 to current date
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Item Weight454 g
Product Dimensions4.5 x 5 x 2.3 cm
Item model number426101
Manufacturer Part Number426101
Item Weight455 Grams
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Best Sellers Rank 35,756 in Car & Motorbike (See top 100)
Shipping Weight91 g
Date First Available5 Feb. 2013
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Introducing the world's smallest and fastest OBD adapter! Engineered to accelerate performance on mobile OBD Apps like Torque, MX is also the first Bluetooth scan tool that can access SW CAN & MS CAN networks in addition to standard OBDII protocols. MX is up to 400% faster than the closest competitor. Thanks to our BatterySaverTM technology, you can even leave MX plugged in without draining your battery when the engine is off. Key Features Up to 4x faster than the closest competitor - MX accelerates Apps by up to 250% and PC software by up to 400%. Experience faster screen updates and more graph points. Supports SW CAN & MS CAN protocols - MX is the only scan tool in its class that can access these proprietary GM & Ford networks in addition to the 5 standard OBDII protocols. World's smallest scan tool - At just under 2" long, OBDLink won't obstruct driver legroom. Hack-Proof - Cutting-edge security scheme virtually eliminates the risk of unauthorized access. BatterySaver Technology - MX's innovative sleep function lets you leave it plugged in without danger of draining your car's battery. Read & Clear Check Engine light - Check diagnostic codes yourself and make informed repair decisions. Works on PC's, Smart Phones, and Tablets - Turn your laptop, netbook, Android, or Symbian device into a sophisticated diagnostics tool and performance monitor. Note: Not compatible with Apple products. Works on a wider range of vehicles - OBDLink's advanced algorithm enables MX to connect to more OBDII-compliant makes & models than any other scan tool. Free diagnostics software - Includes ScanTool.net's exclusive OBDwiz license for Windows (a $39.95 value) Peace of Mind - Covered by our 3-year warranty & 90-day money-back guarantee. Superior Compatibility - works with more 3rd party apps & software than any other adapter.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Luke A Bryant on 22 Dec. 2013
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fast connection, great product would highly recommend, using it alongside the torque app, on a 63plate t5 and gives me lighting fast data, mpg, engine load etc.
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Fast connection, no problems. The power saving mode means I can leave it plugged in 24/7, even when the car won't be driven for weeks.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brian C on 10 Dec. 2014
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I have had the misfortune to buy the OBD Mx wifi. What a complete waste of money it is. Intermittent connection and it stops recording after about 5 minutes. Aftercare, what aftercare? You are sent to a forum where you might be lucky enough to get a reply. You get a quick user guide and that is it. Save you money and buy a cheap one from asia.
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111 of 116 people found the following review helpful
Awesome Product, Awesome Customer Service 31 Mar. 2013
By Steven J. Kile - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this scan tool based solely off of a response of the owner of the company to an individual that wrote what I perceived to be a bogus review. After reading the owners response, I could feel his passion for his product and his dedication to providing the highest quality product he could make. That being said I bought this from Amazon and it arrived two days later.
I wanted to use this scan tool with my Acer A500 Android Tablet. In the meantime before it arrived I went to the google store and bought Torque Pro, Dash Command, and OBD Link, the factory software. I loaded all of the software onto the tablet and before I had received the OBD Link MX. I noticed right off a problem with an intermittent wifi connection but couldn't quite figure out what was wrong with the wifi. In the meantime the scan tool arrived and I set about pairing it via bluetooth with my tablet. I also noticed that Amazon had shipped the package in an envelope that crushed the package. it was also missing the CD from the package. I plugged the OBD Link MX into my 1998 K2500 Suburban and immediately the data was not coming through to the Acer A500. It was late at night, I was tired, so I quit fooling around with it. I did though, shoot off a very short, terse, email to the OBD Link customer service, thinking I would get a response a week later if that. I was prepared to send it back to Amazon, but, by the time I was ready to crawl into bed, lo and behold there was an email reply from the OBD Link Customer Service and I thought to myself, WOW, I have never had an email response so quick. I read it and it took me a couple of days before I could try out the suggestions. It took three more email exchanges over a week to finally resolve the issue. The slowness of figuring out the problem was on my end. It took me a bit of time to finally get out to my Suburban and try something new that Customer service had suggested. I honestly think that if I had been on top of things, all of these email exchanges could have been done in less than a couple of hours. The OBD Link Customer Service was just that fast. They also sent me a replacement CD that I received just a couple of days later.
The solution was that the Torque Pro software was ruining the bluetooth and wifi connections. Dash Command didn't work either. But you can bet your bottom dollar that after I uninstalled the Torque Pro software the OBD Link software worked perfectly.
Bottom Line is that a measure of a company is not how they perform when things go well, it is inevitably judged how they perform when there is a problem.
I give the OBD Link MX an A+ rating, but more importantly I give the OBD Link MX Customer Service an A+++++ rating. They were just that good. I really like companies like this. Unfortunately there aren't many like them that are so customer oriented.
50 of 54 people found the following review helpful
One of the pricier ones, but worth every penny! Auto-shutoff alone is worth the price. 6 Nov. 2013
By BeachBunny - Published on Amazon.com
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There's plenty of OBD to Bluetooth adapters out there. You can pick up the cheapies for $20-30. So how does ScanTool get away with charging 5x as much for this one? Quality and support.

If you're looking for a quick one-off to clear the Check Engine light before dragging your jalopy in for the state vehicle inspections, this isn't the device for you. Go ahead and read the reviews on the cheapie adapters. Pay attention to how long people have had them. You'll find the cheap adapters have major manufacturing quality issues, so short lifespans and incompatibilities are the norm.

However, if you're wanting to keep tabs on your car and want accurate data, this IS the device for you. For about the same price as your dealer will charge to run a diagnostic on your car, you can get this little gadget which can do the same thing.

This adapter has the fastest response times and supports the largest amount of data out of any of the OBD/Bluetooth adapters. If you're using a program like Torque, you'll want the extra data capacity/speed, as each gauge you add to Torque uses more bandwidth.

My favorite feature by far is the auto shutoff, and this adapter is the only one I'm aware of which has it. I leave it plugged in 24/7 in my car and it automatically shuts off after I turn off the car and comes right back on when I start the engine. It pairs nicely with my Motorola Droid Maxx, every time.

Initially I bought it to investigate a Check Engine light on my girlfriend's car, which ultimately lead to the dealer repairing her car for free as there was a TSB out on that particular engine error code. I now use it in my car to keep an eye on how it's running. My car has 190,000+ miles on it, so I'm a bit careful of what I do to it. Torque announces when the engine's up to its operating temperature, so I baby the car a bit until it's fully warmed up.

Supposedly ScanTool stands behind their products with a 3 year warranty and technical support. I can't comment on it since I've not had any problems with mine and it sync'd up right on the first try. I even use this with rental cars and even being in and out of multiple cars, I've never had a problem getting it to connect to OBDII and pair with my phone. It's one of those rare devices which just works as it should.
47 of 54 people found the following review helpful
A Great Product 29 Jan. 2012
By Jimmy - Published on Amazon.com
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This Bluetooth powered OBD-II interface adapter has got to be one of the coolest products out there right now. It may be small in stature but it becomes a giant when coupled to a capable software solution such as the Android app "Torque Pro". I have used this device on three different occasions so far allowing me to successfully troubleshoot and clear those pesky "Check Engine" lights that won't get you past an emissions test. I was really impressed with the speed in which it retrieves the vehicle information including any freeze frame data available. Moreover, this tool is widely adaptable to function with other operating systems as well (i.e. Windows, Symbian). There is only one small problem I have ran into with this device. After you have poked around inside your vehicle's secret, dark digital bowels, monitored its sensors, fixed the problems and came away with a feeling like "YEAH!", it is too easy to forget unplug it and take it with you as there is no cord. But don't worry it will even shut itself off to avoid draining the vehicle battery.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Loose in package, rattles, replaced, now works 29 Oct. 2013
By Bubba - Published on Amazon.com
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The one I received was loose in the package and the package may have been opened. It also rattles - something loose inside. I will not risk a short by plugging it in. I will be returning it. Sad, I was looking forward to trying it.

Amazon replaced this item in a very short time. The replacement works, talks to the Torque app on my S4. I've gone from 1 to 3 stars.

I'd like to leave it plugged in, but I am concerned about the power usage. I left it plugged in about 6 hours, and when I examined it the power light was still on. The web site for the product does not indicate how to determine the device is powered down, or I missed the reference. Will update.

Update: ScanTool has left a comment regarding my concerns with power.
21 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Great Quality 13 Dec. 2012
By JeffNJ - Published on Amazon.com
Item Package Quantity: 1 Verified Purchase
A well built product that has worked flawlessly so far. Bluetooth connects quickly and reliably. The included ODBWiz software runs on Windows and for Android and you download ScanTool's free app. Both provide modest diagnostics and dashboard capabilities. For Android, I recommend Torque for $5. Torque works great with the code reader right out-of-the-box and has many nice interfaces. Nice for people with four gauge dashboards who want to see extra info such as Oil Pressure, Voltage, and Manifold Pressure.

No cons so far for this product. It is more expensive than the ELM 327 chip set code readers, but the STN1110 chip set is much faster and more powerful. The quality build, reliability, and included software make it a good deal.
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