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Description

ALDLdroid is an application for OBD1 GM (ALDL) ECMs. It is currently compatible with both 160 baud and 8192 baud protocols. The application has also been used beyonds GM ECMs such as BMW N54, DSM, etc etc. OBD-II support is in there but has not been extensively tested.


It is compatible with TunerPro files (ADX), just make sure you have the ADX file for your ECM before purchasing the app. You will also need to make sure your ADX file is NOT encrypted as the app cannot read those. You will have to copy your ADX file to the ADX directory of the ALDLdroid folder on your Android device once you've started the app for the first time and the folders structure has been created.


There is also a tuning section that uses TunerPro files as well (XDF) to allow editing BIN files. Real-time tuning is currently supported. I got very little feedback on it tho so there might be a few issues here and there. Otherwise it does supports the Moates Ostrich and the Moates AutoProm hardware. Real-time tuning for NVRAM based ECUs has also been added (only tested with Australian ECUs such as the Delco '808). Chip programming is also possible using the Moates BURN1/BURN2 hardware.


Currently, connection to the ECM can be made using Bluetooth or USB (FTDI). Make sure that your Android device support one of these two connection methods. USB host mode is only available on Android 3.0+ and not all devices support it. Note that having a USB port on your Android device doesn't automatically means it support USB host mode.


ALDL adapters to connect the application to your vehicule ECM can be purchased here if you don't already have one:
- Bluetooth version: http://www.1320electronics.com/12pinALDL.html
- USB version: http://www.moates.net/aldu1-and-cabl1-p-127.html

By double tapping on any page of the dashboard, you enter the dashboard edit mode. That mode allow full customization (add/edit/delete) of the dashboard indicators. You can easily drag indicators where you want them. You can also add indicators in the format you want: gauge, basic readout, bar graph or histogram. Colors can be customized along with some styling. Alarms can be set and once your alarm value has been entered to trigger an alarm, an indicator can be configured to turn red and/or the Android app can vibrate.


The app includes a couple log viewers. One allow you to see your data logs in a scatter plot format where you can select the X/Y/Z axis from columns of your datalogs. The second one allow you to see your GPS data on a map and can be merged with the third viewer that is the regular log viewer that can shows timeseries of data from any columns of your datalogs. See screenshots to see all three of them.

No refund can be made after the 15 minutes allowed by Google Play. It would probably be a good idea to check with online communities that use the same ECM as you if they had success with this app before purchasing.


If you're running into any issue with the app, don't panic, just email me and I will try my best to help. Don't write a bad review until you gave me a chance to help :) Note that I might not have access to your exact setup (Car ECM, Android device, etc) so please provide as much information as possible.


I'm not responsible for any damage that could be caused by this app to your vehicle or anything else (although I really don't see how anything bad could happen). Buy and use at your own risks. Drive safe!

Like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aldldroid

 Free in Google Play

Screenshots

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Version History

Launched May 10, 2014 (over 4 years ago).

Releasing new versions every about 1 month, on average.

Dec 03
2018
(Current)
Version 1.04

- Upgrade to target API level 28
- Fixed crash in add / edit dashboard indicators

Nov 08
2018
Version 1.03

- Upgrade to target API level 27
- Upgrade compatibility libraries to AndroidX
- Switched to Android app bundle to significantly reduce the size of the app

Sep 20
2018
Version 1.02

- Upgrade to target API level 26

Sep 10
2018
Version 1.01

1.01
- Fixed possible rare random crashes across the application

Sep 01
2018
Version 1.0

- Added new data sources for dashboard components: Connected to ECU and Data logging. They can be used as status indicator.
- Better error message when parsing old format XDF file to be more useful to users
- Fixed issue loading old ADX file format for send command node with single byte command
- Fixed crash when opening data logs with no GPS data in Maps log viewer
- Fixed crash when trying to email data logs files on Android 7.0+

Apr 28
2018
Version 0.99

0.99
- Added copy / paste dashboard component functionality when in dashboard edit mode
- Fixed issue with some dashboard components showing non available styles in choices
- Added possibility to see and edit hexadecimal value when editing color of dashboard components
- Fixed issue creating dashboard page from ADX dashboard object when there is only a single gauge on the page
- Added possiblity of customizing start angle of anlog gauges on dashboard
- Upgrade to target API level 25

Apr 13
2018
Version 0.98

0.98
- Fixed app crash when connecting USB cable

Apr 08
2018
Version 0.97

0.97
- Better attempt at supporting Align to header feature of ADX file

Mar 30
2018
Version 0.96

- Minimum Android version is now 4.0
- Upgrade to target API level 23, implemented runtime permissions in the app
- Fixed possible crash in NVRAM code

Mar 16
2018
Version 0.95

Upgrade towards newer-ish Android API level 22 (Application itself and packaged libraries)

Mar 13
2018
Version 0.94

0.94
- Fixed listen silence command handling, now hopefully properly handling case where silence length > 0. Also better debug logging

Dec 21
2017
Version 0.93

0.93
- Fixed possible crash with "Align to header" feature when header cannot be found in payload
- Fixed orphan listen packet not being executed in ADX macro

Dec 10
2017
Version 0.92

Fixed crash on startup introduced in 0.91 while updating Android build tools

Dec 08
2017
Version 0.91

- Added support for "Align to header" of ADX listen packet (untested)

Aug 18
2017
Version 0.90

- Upgrade Dropbox core API SDK from 2.1.2 to 3.0.3
- Fixed wrong display of hexadecimal ADX values on dashboard and data log files
- Properly escape characters in CSV data log files to avoid issues
- Added a bunch of new ADX files to help new users getting started faster (thanks to John Wales @ 1320 Electronics)
- Avoid crash in "Other commands" section when no monitor macro is defined in the ADX file
- Added "Snap to grid" option when editing indicators on dashboard for easier positioning

Jun 18
2017
Version 0.89

- Fixed issue introduced in 0.88 not executing ADX macro inside ADX macro

May 24
2017
Version 0.88

- Fixed possible crash on dashboard introduced in 0.87
- Fixed possible crash when referencing ADX command or macro that doesn't exist
- Fixed possible crash in OBD-II initialization commands code when receiving a null response for command
- Fixed possible crash in "Verify emulator against bin" functionality in tuning section

Feb 26
2017
Version 0.87

0.87
- Added data tracing support in tuning section (2D table and scalars) if the XDF and ADX files are configured for it
- Added Play/Stop functionality to log viewer
- Smoother dashboard pages transition
- Fixed crash when ADX values or bitmasks are not associated to a listen packet

Nov 28
2016
Version 0.86

0.87
- Change Dropbox Sync API to Core V2 API so that Dropbox implementation can continue working in 2017
0.85
- Fixed "save dashboard" functionality
- Fixed "reset dashboard to ADX default" functionality when another dashboard file has been loaded

Sep 06
2016
Version 0.85

0.85
- Fixed "save dashboard" functionality
- Fixed "reset dashboard to ADX default" functionality when another dashboard file has been loaded

Aug 09
2016
Version 0.84

0.84
- Added configuration to dashboard action buttons to trigger either on long press or touch
- Automatically add ".json" extension to saved dashboard files
- Filter out 0,0 latitude / longitude coordinates from maps log viewer
- Clear previous ECU state status when reconnecting to ECU to avoid showing wrong info briefly
- Fixed possible crash in tuning section while trying to detect NVRAM hardware while data logging
- Fixed possible crash on dashboard when receiving truncated ECU data

Jun 27
2016
Version 0.83

0.83
- Fixed crash when trying to create an action button that isn't an ADX command (regression introduced in 0.75)
- Fixed issue with CSV data log files when locale is set to a locale that uses comma as decimal separator
0.82
- Fixed Moates hardware detection issue in tuning section introduced by the NVRAM support in version 0.80
0.81
- Fixed log viewer regression introduced into 0.80
- Improved NVRAM tuning echo handling

May 10
2016
Version 0.82

May 03
2016
Version 0.81

Apr 28
2016
Version 0.80

Mar 29
2016
Version 0.79

Mar 14
2016
Version 0.78

Mar 14
2016
Version 0.77

Mar 12
2016
Version 0.76

Feb 29
2016
Version 0.75

Feb 21
2016
Version 0.74

Jan 12
2016
Version 0.73

Jan 09
2016
Version 0.72

Jan 09
2016
Version 0.71

Jan 04
2016
Version 0.70

Dec 20
2015
Version 0.69

Oct 28
2015
Version 0.68

ALDLdroid is an application for OBD1 GM (ALDL) ECMs. It is currently compatible with both 160 baud and 8192 baud protocols.


It is compatible with TunerPro files (ADX), just make sure you have the ADX file matching your ECM code mask before purchasing the app. You will also need to make sure your ADX file is NOT encrypted as the app cannot read those. You will have to copy your ADX file to the ADX directory of the ALDLdroid folder on the SD card once you've started the app for the first time and the folders structure has been created. Verify that your Android device has external storage capability (most likely SD card).



There is also a tuning section that uses TunerPro files as well (XDF) to allow editing BIN files. Real-time tuning is currently supported. I got very little feedback on it tho so there might be a few issues here and there. Otherwise it does supports the Moates Ostrich and the Moates AutoProm hardware. Chip programming is also possible using the Moates BURN1/BURN2 hardware.



Currently, connection to the ECM can be made with Bluetooth or USB (FTDI). Make sure that your Android device support one of these two connection methods. USB host mode is only available on Android 3.0+ and not all devices support it. Note that having a USB port on your Android device doesn't automatically means it support USB host mode.



ALDL adapters to connect the application to your vehicule ECM can be purchased here if you don't already have one:
- Bluetooth version: http://www.1320electronics.com/12pinALDL.html
- USB version: http://www.moates.net/aldu1-and-cabl1-p-127.html


By double tapping on any page of the dashboard, you enter the dashboard edit mode. That mode allow full customization (add/edit/delete) of the dashboard indicators. You can easily drag indicators where you want them. You can also add indicators in the format you want: gauge, basic readout, bar graph or histogram. Alarm can be set once your specified value has been entered to trigger an alarm, either the indicator can turn red and/or the Android app can vibrate.



No refund can be made after the 15 minutes allowed by Google Play. It would probably be a good idea to check with online communities that use the same ECM as you if they had success with this app before purchasing.



If you're running into any issue with the app, don't panic, just email me and I will try my best to help. Don't leave a bad review until you gave me a chance to help :) Note that I might not have access to your exact setup (Car ECM, Android device, etc) so please provide as much information as possible.



I'm not responsible for any damage that could be caused by this app to your vehicle or anything else (although I really don't see how anything bad could happen). Buy and use at your own risks. Drive safe!

May 31
2015
Version 0.67

ALDLdroid is an application for OBD1 GM (ALDL) ECMs. It is currently compatible with both 160 baud and 8192 baud protocols.


It is compatible with TunerPro files (ADX), just make sure you have the ADX file matching your ECM code mask before purchasing the app. You will also need to make sure your ADX file is NOT encrypted as the app cannot read those. You will have to copy your ADX file to the ADX directory of the ALDLdroid folder on the SD card once you've started the app for the first time and the folders structure has been created. Verify that your Android device has external storage capability (most likely SD card).



There is also a tuning section that uses TunerPro files as well (XDF) to allow editing BIN files. Real-time tuning is currently supported. I got very little feedback on it tho so there might be a few issues here and there. Otherwise it does supports the Moates Ostrich and the Moates AutoProm hardware. Chip programming is also possible using the Moates BURN1/BURN2 hardware.



Currently, connection to the ECM can be made with Bluetooth or USB (FTDI). Make sure that your Android device support one of these two connection methods. USB host mode is only available on Android 3.0+ and not all devices support it. Note that having a USB port on your Android device doesn't automatically means it support USB host mode.



ALDL adapters to connect the application to your vehicule ECM can be purchased here if you don't already have one:
- Bluetooth version: http://www.1320electronics.com/12pinALDL.html
- USB version: http://www.moates.net/aldu1-and-cabl1-p-127.html


By double tapping on any page of the dashboard, you enter the dashboard edit mode. That mode allow full customization (add/edit/delete) of the dashboard indicators. You can easily drag indicators where you want them. You can also add indicators in the format you want: gauge, basic readout, bar graph or histogram. Alarm can be set once your specified value has been entered to trigger an alarm, either the indicator can turn red and/or the Android app can vibrate.



No refund can be made after the 15 minutes allowed by Google Play. It would probably be a good idea to check with online communities that use the same ECM as you if they had success with this app before purchasing.



If you're running into any issue with the app, don't panic, just email me and I will try my best to help. Don't leave a bad review until you gave me a chance to help :) Note that I might not have access to your exact setup (Car ECM, Android device, etc) so please provide as much information as possible.



I'm not responsible for any damage that could be caused by this app to your vehicle or anything else (although I really don't see how anything bad could happen). Buy and use at your own risks. Drive safe!

May 24
2015
Version 0.66

ALDLdroid is an application for OBD1 GM (ALDL) ECMs. It is currently compatible with both 160 baud and 8192 baud protocols.


It is compatible with TunerPro files (ADX), just make sure you have the ADX file matching your ECM code mask before purchasing the app. You will also need to make sure your ADX file is NOT encrypted as the app cannot read those. You will have to copy your ADX file to the ADX directory of the ALDLdroid folder on the SD card once you've started the app for the first time and the folders structure has been created. Verify that your Android device has external storage capability (most likely SD card).



There is also a tuning section that uses TunerPro files as well (XDF) to allow editing BIN files. Real-time tuning is currently supported. I got very little feedback on it tho so there might be a few issues here and there. Otherwise it does supports the Moates Ostrich and the Moates AutoProm hardware. Chip programming is also possible using the Moates BURN1/BURN2 hardware.



Currently, connection to the ECM can be made with Bluetooth or USB (FTDI). Make sure that your Android device support one of these two connection methods. USB host mode is only available on Android 3.0+ and not all devices support it. Note that having a USB port on your Android device doesn't automatically means it support USB host mode.



ALDL adapters to connect the application to your vehicule ECM can be purchased here if you don't already have one:
- Bluetooth version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/ALDL_Bluetooth.php
- USB version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/aldl.html



By double tapping on any page of the dashboard, you enter the dashboard edit mode. That mode allow full customization (add/edit/delete) of the dashboard indicators. You can easily drag indicators where you want them. You can also add indicators in the format you want: gauge, basic readout, bar graph or histogram. Alarm can be set once your specified value has been entered to trigger an alarm, either the indicator can turn red and/or the Android app can vibrate.



No refund can be made after the 15 minutes allowed by Google Play. It would probably be a good idea to check with online communities that use the same ECM as you if they had success with this app before purchasing.



If you're running into any issue with the app, don't panic, just email me and I will try my best to help. Don't leave a bad review until you gave me a chance to help :) Note that I might not have access to your exact setup (Car ECM, Android device, etc) so please provide as much information as possible.



I'm not responsible for any damage that could be caused by this app to your vehicle or anything else (although I really don't see how anything bad could happen). Buy and use at your own risks. Drive safe!

Apr 30
2015
Version 0.65

ALDLdroid is an application for OBD1 GM (ALDL) ECMs. It is currently compatible with both 160 baud and 8192 baud protocols.


It is compatible with TunerPro files (ADX), just make sure you have the ADX file matching your ECM code mask before purchasing the app. You will also need to make sure your ADX file is NOT encrypted as the app cannot read those. You will have to copy your ADX file to the ADX directory of the ALDLdroid folder on the SD card once you've started the app for the first time and the folders structure has been created. Verify that your Android device has external storage capability (most likely SD card).



There is also a tuning section that uses TunerPro files as well (XDF) to allow editing BIN files. Real-time tuning is currently supported. I got very little feedback on it tho so there might be a few issues here and there. Otherwise it does supports the Moates Ostrich and the Moates AutoProm hardware. Chip programming is also possible using the Moates BURN1/BURN2 hardware.



Currently, connection to the ECM can be made with Bluetooth or USB (FTDI). Make sure that your Android device support one of these two connection methods. USB host mode is only available on Android 3.0+ and not all devices support it. Note that having a USB port on your Android device doesn't automatically means it support USB host mode.



ALDL adapters to connect the application to your vehicule ECM can be purchased here if you don't already have one:
- Bluetooth version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/ALDL_Bluetooth.php
- USB version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/aldl.html



By double tapping on any page of the dashboard, you enter the dashboard edit mode. That mode allow full customization (add/edit/delete) of the dashboard indicators. You can easily drag indicators where you want them. You can also add indicators in the format you want: gauge, basic readout, bar graph or histogram. Alarm can be set once your specified value has been entered to trigger an alarm, either the indicator can turn red and/or the Android app can vibrate.



No refund can be made after the 15 minutes allowed by Google Play. It would probably be a good idea to check with online communities that use the same ECM as you if they had success with this app before purchasing.



If you're running into any issue with the app, don't panic, just email me and I will try my best to help. Don't leave a bad review until you gave me a chance to help :) Note that I might not have access to your exact setup (Car ECM, Android device, etc) so please provide as much information as possible.



I'm not responsible for any damage that could be caused by this app to your vehicle or anything else (although I really don't see how anything bad could happen). Buy and use at your own risks. Drive safe!

Jan 22
2015
Version 0.64

ALDLdroid is an application for OBD1 GM (ALDL) ECMs. It is currently compatible with both 160 baud and 8192 baud protocols.


It is compatible with TunerPro files (ADX), just make sure you have the ADX file matching your ECM code mask before purchasing the app. You will also need to make sure your ADX file is NOT encrypted as the app cannot read those. You will have to copy your ADX file to the ADX directory of the ALDLdroid folder on the SD card once you've started the app for the first time and the folders structure has been created. Verify that your Android device has external storage capability (most likely SD card).



There is also a tuning section that uses TunerPro files as well (XDF) to allow editing BIN files. Real-time tuning is currently supported. I got very little feedback on it tho so there might be a few issues here and there. Otherwise it does supports the Moates Ostrich and the Moates AutoProm hardware. Chip programming is also possible using the Moates BURN1/BURN2 hardware.



Currently, connection to the ECM can be made with Bluetooth or USB (FTDI). Make sure that your Android device support one of these two connection methods. USB host mode is only available on Android 3.0+ and not all devices support it. Note that having a USB port on your Android device doesn't automatically means it support USB host mode.



ALDL adapters to connect the application to your vehicule ECM can be purchased here if you don't already have one:
- Bluetooth version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/ALDL_Bluetooth.php
- USB version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/aldl.html



By double tapping on any page of the dashboard, you enter the dashboard edit mode. That mode allow full customization (add/edit/delete) of the dashboard indicators. You can easily drag indicators where you want them. You can also add indicators in the format you want: gauge, basic readout, bar graph or histogram. Alarm can be set once your specified value has been entered to trigger an alarm, either the indicator can turn red and/or the Android app can vibrate.



No refund can be made after the 15 minutes allowed by Google Play. It would probably be a good idea to check with online communities that use the same ECM as you if they had success with this app before purchasing.



If you're running into any issue with the app, don't panic, just email me and I will try my best to help. Don't leave a bad review until you gave me a chance to help :) Note that I might not have access to your exact setup (Car ECM, Android device, etc) so please provide as much information as possible.



I'm not responsible for any damage that could be caused by this app to your vehicle or anything else (although I really don't see how anything bad could happen). Buy and use at your own risks. Drive safe!

Jan 20
2015
Version 0.63

ALDLdroid is an application for OBD1 GM (ALDL) ECMs. It is currently compatible with both 160 baud and 8192 baud protocols.


It is compatible with TunerPro files (ADX), just make sure you have the ADX file matching your ECM code mask before purchasing the app. You will also need to make sure your ADX file is NOT encrypted as the app cannot read those. You will have to copy your ADX file to the ADX directory of the ALDLdroid folder on the SD card once you've started the app for the first time and the folders structure has been created. Verify that your Android device has external storage capability (most likely SD card).



There is also a tuning section that uses TunerPro files as well (XDF) to allow editing BIN files. Real-time tuning is currently supported. I got very little feedback on it tho so there might be a few issues here and there. Otherwise it does supports the Moates Ostrich and the Moates AutoProm hardware. Chip programming is also possible using the Moates BURN1/BURN2 hardware.



Currently, connection to the ECM can be made with Bluetooth or USB (FTDI). Make sure that your Android device support one of these two connection methods. USB host mode is only available on Android 3.0+ and not all devices support it. Note that having a USB port on your Android device doesn't automatically means it support USB host mode.



ALDL adapters to connect the application to your vehicule ECM can be purchased here if you don't already have one:
- Bluetooth version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/ALDL_Bluetooth.php
- USB version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/aldl.html



By double tapping on any page of the dashboard, you enter the dashboard edit mode. That mode allow full customization (add/edit/delete) of the dashboard indicators. You can easily drag indicators where you want them. You can also add indicators in the format you want: gauge, basic readout, bar graph or histogram. Alarm can be set once your specified value has been entered to trigger an alarm, either the indicator can turn red and/or the Android app can vibrate.



No refund can be made after the 15 minutes allowed by Google Play. It would probably be a good idea to check with online communities that use the same ECM as you if they had success with this app before purchasing.



If you're running into any issue with the app, don't panic, just email me and I will try my best to help. Don't leave a bad review until you gave me a chance to help :) Note that I might not have access to your exact setup (Car ECM, Android device, etc) so please provide as much information as possible.



I'm not responsible for any damage that could be caused by this app to your vehicle or anything else (although I really don't see how anything bad could happen). Buy and use at your own risks. Drive safe!

Jan 17
2015
Version 0.62

ALDLdroid is an application for OBD1 GM (ALDL) ECMs. It is currently compatible with both 160 baud and 8192 baud protocols.


It is compatible with TunerPro files (ADX), just make sure you have the ADX file matching your ECM code mask before purchasing the app. You will also need to make sure your ADX file is NOT encrypted as the app cannot read those. You will have to copy your ADX file to the ADX directory of the ALDLdroid folder on the SD card once you've started the app for the first time and the folders structure has been created. Verify that your Android device has external storage capability (most likely SD card).



There is also a tuning section that uses TunerPro files as well (XDF) to allow editing BIN files. Real-time tuning is currently supported. I got very little feedback on it tho so there might be a few issues here and there. Otherwise it does supports the Moates Ostrich and the Moates AutoProm hardware. Chip programming is also possible using the Moates BURN1/BURN2 hardware.



Currently, connection to the ECM can be made with Bluetooth or USB (FTDI). Make sure that your Android device support one of these two connection methods. USB host mode is only available on Android 3.0+ and not all devices support it. Note that having a USB port on your Android device doesn't automatically means it support USB host mode.



ALDL adapters to connect the application to your vehicule ECM can be purchased here if you don't already have one:
- Bluetooth version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/ALDL_Bluetooth.php
- USB version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/aldl.html



By double tapping on any page of the dashboard, you enter the dashboard edit mode. That mode allow full customization (add/edit/delete) of the dashboard indicators. You can easily drag indicators where you want them. You can also add indicators in the format you want: gauge, basic readout, bar graph or histogram. Alarm can be set once your specified value has been entered to trigger an alarm, either the indicator can turn red and/or the Android app can vibrate.



No refund can be made after the 15 minutes allowed by Google Play. It would probably be a good idea to check with online communities that use the same ECM as you if they had success with this app before purchasing.



If you're running into any issue with the app, don't panic, just email me and I will try my best to help. Don't leave a bad review until you gave me a chance to help :) Note that I might not have access to your exact setup (Car ECM, Android device, etc) so please provide as much information as possible.



I'm not responsible for any damage that could be caused by this app to your vehicle or anything else (although I really don't see how anything bad could happen). Buy and use at your own risks. Drive safe!

Jan 14
2015
Version 0.61

ALDLdroid is an application for OBD1 GM (ALDL) ECMs. It is currently compatible with both 160 baud and 8192 baud protocols.


It is compatible with TunerPro files (ADX), just make sure you have the ADX file matching your ECM code mask before purchasing the app. You will also need to make sure your ADX file is NOT encrypted as the app cannot read those. You will have to copy your ADX file to the ADX directory of the ALDLdroid folder on the SD card once you've started the app for the first time and the folders structure has been created. Verify that your Android device has external storage capability (most likely SD card).



There is also a tuning section that uses TunerPro files as well (XDF) to allow editing BIN files. Real-time tuning is currently supported. I got very little feedback on it tho so there might be a few issues here and there. Otherwise it does supports the Moates Ostrich and the Moates AutoProm hardware. Chip programming is also possible using the Moates BURN1/BURN2 hardware.



Currently, connection to the ECM can be made with Bluetooth or USB (FTDI). Make sure that your Android device support one of these two connection methods. USB host mode is only available on Android 3.0+ and not all devices support it. Note that having a USB port on your Android device doesn't automatically means it support USB host mode.



ALDL adapters to connect the application to your vehicule ECM can be purchased here if you don't already have one:
- Bluetooth version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/ALDL_Bluetooth.php
- USB version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/aldl.html



By double tapping on any page of the dashboard, you enter the dashboard edit mode. That mode allow full customization (add/edit/delete) of the dashboard indicators. You can easily drag indicators where you want them. You can also add indicators in the format you want: gauge, basic readout, bar graph or histogram. Alarm can be set once your specified value has been entered to trigger an alarm, either the indicator can turn red and/or the Android app can vibrate.



No refund can be made after the 15 minutes allowed by Google Play. It would probably be a good idea to check with online communities that use the same ECM as you if they had success with this app before purchasing.



If you're running into any issue with the app, don't panic, just email me and I will try my best to help. Don't leave a bad review until you gave me a chance to help :) Note that I might not have access to your exact setup (Car ECM, Android device, etc) so please provide as much information as possible.



I'm not responsible for any damage that could be caused by this app to your vehicle or anything else (although I really don't see how anything bad could happen). Buy and use at your own risks. Drive safe!

Nov 18
2014
Version 0.60

ALDLdroid is an application for OBD1 GM (ALDL) ECMs. It is currently compatible with both 160 baud and 8192 baud protocols.


It is compatible with TunerPro files (ADX), just make sure you have the ADX file matching your ECM code mask before purchasing the app. You will also need to make sure your ADX file is NOT encrypted as the app cannot read those. You will have to copy your ADX file to the ADX directory of the ALDLdroid folder on the SD card once you've started the app for the first time and the folders structure has been created. Verify that your Android device has external storage capability (most likely SD card).



There is also a tuning section that uses TunerPro files as well (XDF) to allow editing BIN files. Real-time tuning is currently supported. I got very little feedback on it tho so there might be a few issues here and there. Otherwise it does supports the Moates Ostrich and the Moates AutoProm hardware. Chip programming is also possible using the Moates BURN1/BURN2 hardware.



Currently, connection to the ECM can be made with Bluetooth or USB (FTDI). Make sure that your Android device support one of these two connection methods. USB host mode is only available on Android 3.0+ and not all devices support it. Note that having a USB port on your Android device doesn't automatically means it support USB host mode.



ALDL adapters to connect the application to your vehicule ECM can be purchased here if you don't already have one:
- Bluetooth version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/ALDL_Bluetooth.php
- USB version: http://www.reddevilriver.com/aldl.html



By double tapping on any page of the dashboard, you enter the dashboard edit mode. That mode allow full customization (add/edit/delete) of the dashboard indicators. You can easily drag indicators where you want them. You can also add indicators in the format you want: gauge, basic readout, bar graph or histogram. Alarm can be set once your specified value has been entered to trigger an alarm, either the indicator can turn red and/or the Android app can vibrate.



No refund can be made after the 15 minutes allowed by Google Play. It would probably be a good idea to check with online communities that use the same ECM as you if they had success with this app before purchasing.



If you're running into any issue with the app, don't panic, just email me and I will try my best to help. Don't leave a bad review until you gave me a chance to help :) Note that I might not have access to your exact setup (Car ECM, Android device, etc) so please provide as much information as possible.



I'm not responsible for any damage that could be caused by this app to your vehicle or anything else (although I really don't see how anything bad could happen). Buy and use at your own risks. Drive safe!

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