TuneECU App for android

Discussion in 'TuneECU Source' started by Jeremy Holm, Jul 14, 2018.

  1. Jeremy Holm

    Jeremy HolmStandard Bore

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    Is anyone using the paid app version of TuneECU? Thinking about getting it for my phone so that I have an option of making changes when I'm on an out of town trip if I needed to.
    Does the App version work well? Any issues with any particular phones? I have an old Galaxy S6
     
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    JagLiving Legend

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    Worth the money and easier to use than the pc version.
     
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    BedifferentOld man on a bike

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    I have it and a bluetooth connector as well but never used it on my bike. It's on my bucket list...
     
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    I also have a blue tooth connector also, and it does everything but tune changes or tune modifications.
     
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    BedifferentOld man on a bike

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    Yup...that is my understanding about the app. You need a computer to do mods and make changes.
     
  6. Joesmoe

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    I'm pretty sure the current version of the app allows tune loads -- the limitation is with the Blue Tooth connection.
     
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    WyldCFHDrop a gear and disappear

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    Correct. With the android app and the cable you can do everything. By bluetooth only view.
     
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    I've bought the app because I wanted to support the developers after being so impressed with the free desktop version. Haven't used it yet, keep meaning to, I'm still a novice though.
    I want to tweak the fuel at a couple of spots where I know I'm lean, I've stared at it a couple of times.
     
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    ClavigerHP Junkie extraordinaire

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    The Android app paired with a USB adaptor, is the quickest way to load tunes.

    No issues with it.
     
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    **** you sir! - Now I will have to buy a tablet. Just kidding.

    tbh - the main reason I stick with the PC version (other than already having it) is that I can use a ruddy big screen and so see the numbers etc; sometimes even without my reading glasses. And this "new" PC boots real fast. And supports the Power Commander stuff. Dynojet seem to have withdrawn the Android tuning software.
     
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