I connected our 64kWh Kia e-Niro 2021 model via OBD ELM 327 BTLE dongle but see completely wrong values for SoC and Temp in Android version. Car Scanner is able to correctly read and display BMS SoC, so I suspect the OBD to be correctly working?
App version: 4.3.6 (2079)
Fixed by using a Vgate iCar Pro instead of the cheap ELM327 adapter I tried first.
I managed to get things working with EVNotify. But that stlll more or less proves that my ELM327 is OK and ABRP has wrong PID's for my e-Niro? I would really like to skip EVNotify, as that requires my phones' screen to be "allways on".
I tried again with app version 4.3.7 but no difference. Removed link and re-linked, SoC reads 3% with real SoC (display) saying 55%. What else can I try?
Well, I've tried everything from unlinking to deleting all associated storage for the app and login in again, removing the vehicle and adding a new one and it keeps reporting SoC 5%, while it actually is 89% (in display).
Hi, can you please remove OBD binding completely, make sure you have the right car selected and try it again? We have many e-Niros and those work properly, so maybe you have selected an Ioniq5 or EV6 inbetween (accidentally maybe) and that OBD file was used. If you make sure you have the right car selected while setting it up again, it should then switch over to the right OBD values on next setup attempt. If this doesn't work please let me know then we can try something else.