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Carman on N900 for play only and not for help.
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Nokia's 6151|N900
 
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I know this is an old thread, but there apears to be a relatively new app called OBDAutodoctor in Nokia store that can monitor your car.
 
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Thanks for the information.

Lite version (free), available for N9 but not N900:
http://store.ovi.com/content/211199?...e=search&pos=1

Pro version ($9.99), available for N9 but not N900:
http://store.ovi.com/content/216026?...e=search&pos=2

Product website at
http://www.obdautodoctor.com/download.php
confirms only for meego/N9 devices.

How difficult do you suppose it would be to port to N900/freemantle if asked?
 
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Nothing is difficult if you know what you're doing... I would also like an N900 port of OBDAutoDoctor. First step, email them to ask for one.
 
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FYI: your car has to have an OBD II compliant port, and follow the agreed protocol - some cars were built up until around 1996 with OBD II ports, but are only accessible with manufacturer-specific tools.
 
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I have managed to get my hands on an ELM327 BT adapter, so I tried the app. It works fine.



http://www.obdautodoctor.com/scantoo...e-for-symbian/

Apparently, they have received a lot of requests to port it to N8 and they are working on it. Perhaps if they receive a lot of requests to port it to N900, they might consider it, too?
 
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There's an answer from the devs on impact's link now:

Great to hear that you are interested in our diagnostic software. The issue with Nokia N900 is the missing official support for Qt Quick Components 1.1 on which the UI relies
totally. All the logic is done with C++ but the whole user interface is implemented with QML. That means that we would need to re-implement the whole UI again.
Does that mean there's "unofficial support" for Qt Quick Components 1.1 on the N900?

This Nokia blog post from last summer says:

Nokia Developer former Forum Nokia will provide a community port of components to Ubuntu Natty, Maemo5, and MeeGo 1.2.
Did Nokia screw Maemo over yet again?
 
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If you want, now pyOBD is working for n900:
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php...38#post1146238
 
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