We have instructed how to setup OBDLink MX+ Bluetooth to IOS iPhone on last article, now let’s view how to do it on Android system.
Download&install OBDLink app
Scan the QR code or visit the URL from your
Android device to download the OBDLink app:
Plug OBDLink MX+ into the OBD port
The OBD port is usually found on the driver’s side,
under the dash.
Turn ignition to Key On, Engine Off
Vehicles with push button start: press the button without
stepping on the brake pedal
‘POWER’ LED will turn ON, and the ‘BT’ LED will
start ﬂashing slowly.
– Are the LEDs oﬀ on your MX+?
Your vehicle may have a blown fuse that supplies power to the DLC.
Open ‘Settings’ app and enable ‘Bluetooth’
Settings App > Connections > Bluetooth
Press the ‘Connect’ button on OBDLink MX+
The ‘BT’ LED will switch to a fast blink.
You must complete steps 6 and 7 within 2 minutes. If you need more time, press the ‘Connect’ button again.
Open ‘Bluetooth settings’ menu and tap ‘OBDLink MX+’ to pair the device
Settings app> Connections> Bluetooth
Tap ‘OBDLink MX+’
Tap ‘Scan’ if OBDLink MX+ does not show
under ‘Available Devices’.
Tap ‘OK’ in the ‘Bluetooth pairing request’ dialog box
MX+ will now appear as ‘Paired’:
Launch the OBDLink app and set ‘Communication Type’ to ‘Bluetooth’
Tap ‘Connect’ from the OBDLink main menu
Choose ‘OBDLink MX+’
Once the app establishes a connection with
‘OBDLink MX+’ the ‘BT’ LED will turn on solid.
Tap ‘Diagnostics’ to start scan