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Has anyone tried referencing the uprev DLLs and seeing if you could pull the pids from the uprev files?

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Old 01-17-2015, 01:16 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Has anyone tried referencing the uprev DLLs and seeing if you could pull the pids from the uprev files?
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I forgot one of the dat files was an xml file. Might not be what you're looking for.
[generic] <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> - #hg42RN January 18, 2015 02:04:55 Pastee.Co
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I forgot one of the dat files was an xml file. Might not be what you're looking for.
[generic] <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> - #hg42RN January 18, 2015 02:04:55 Pastee.Co
You f*$%ing nailed it! The <Address> tag lines up exactly with the addresses I found for the proprietary PIDs. So the first one is 4353 (in decimal), which in hex is 1101. That's the first one on my spreadsheet and the rest seems to match as well. This has all of the formulas and descriptions as well so it should be what I was looking for. Thanks for posting!
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I wish i had seen this thread earlier but I've taken a bit of a break on modding my Z and couldn't bare to be on the forums. I'm sure I have a lot more useful info to give you.
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Great progress!!
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I've updated my dropbox spreadsheet. I was able to use the 745 CAN address and the 30 command to control a lot of things in the car: open the trunk, honk the horn, headlights, blinkers, warning lights, door locks, wipers, interior lights, ignition switch lights, defroster, display screen on dash, ON and ACC relays, etc. The BCM IDs tab has all the items I could control.

This is getting very interesting.
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I've updated my dropbox spreadsheet. ...
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This is getting very interesting.
Indeed. I no longer have a 370 but still find this fascinating.
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I've updated my dropbox spreadsheet. I was able to use the 745 CAN address and the 30 command to control a lot of things in the car: open the trunk, honk the horn, headlights, blinkers, warning lights, door locks, wipers, interior lights, ignition switch lights, defroster, display screen on dash, ON and ACC relays, etc. The BCM IDs tab has all the items I could control.

This is getting very interesting.
i couldn't agree more! This has iOS/Android/raspberry pi written all over it. ive been working with a couple odbii interfaces, building dashboards and this is a perfect addition.

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I never noticed this thread, my project is one referenced in OP.

Currently I'm *still* working on getting a windows tablet installed in the cubby and haven't had time to write any code for a long time, but maybe one day..

Brad370, that BCM control stuff is really cool.

I have a web dashboard to debug/view my graphs (operates in realtime in the car, and upload logs to my server) you can see here: CarHack
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I never noticed this thread, my project is one referenced in OP.

Currently I'm *still* working on getting a windows tablet installed in the cubby and haven't had time to write any code for a long time, but maybe one day..

Brad370, that BCM control stuff is really cool.

I have a web dashboard to debug/view my graphs (operates in realtime in the car, and upload logs to my server) you can see here: CarHack
Your project inspired me to start working on this.

I'm working on an Android app that I have running on a cheap Samsung tablet that will fit in the cubby. I have gauges that work and look just like our center cluster gauges. It's nowhere near ready to share, but I'm slowly working on it when I have time.
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Brad, Have you looked at getting a Raspberry Pi? You can run Android on it, so you should be able to write apps for it. There's an HDMI touch screen display released for it as well:
http://www.technobuffalo.com/2015/09...touch-display/

Man I honestly hate developing mobile apps, but it's something I'm trying to learn as well. Passing data between fragments is a pain since it gets destroyed when dropped, so I may store data in the MainActivity and pass it into the fragment as arguments when it is loaded again.
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I was going to go the route of building custom hardware, but then I searched for refurbished Android tablets and ended up finding a Galaxy Tab 4 (7" tablet) for under $100. I'm pairing that with an OBDLink LX Bluetooth scan tool. So far this setup seems like it will work.

Mobile programming is a huge pain and I'm not liking it so far as I slowly learn it, but you can't beat the built-in graphics, touch, and BT capabilities.
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The hardware aspect is nice. The code layout drives me nuts. Also the WYSIWYG editor in Android Studio is buggy, and it depends on which Android version you want to use as well. The DatePicker widget is fussy. C#/Java is pretty easy, and Swift is another new language and style. I can code and skin touch friendly programs in Visual Studio so much more quickly.
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Your project inspired me to start working on this.

I'm working on an Android app that I have running on a cheap Samsung tablet that will fit in the cubby. I have gauges that work and look just like our center cluster gauges. It's nowhere near ready to share, but I'm slowly working on it when I have time.
I've been watching your blog since we talked a few years ago, I was really happy when you found the odometer


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I also don't want to do mobile development, so I've been sticking with windows, but it's taken me the last year and 4 different laptop/tablet/hardware iterations before I got something I'm happy with and think might actually work. Android might still be the easier solution lol.


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I'm pairing that with an OBDLink LX Bluetooth scan tool. So far this setup seems like it will work.
Can you get the raw CANbus frames over that, or just OBDII PIDs?
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