FS: Carly Gen 2 OBD Adapter for BMW

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  1. 15 Sep 2021 at 10:42 AM #1
    Vish8895

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    Selling my Carly Gen 2 Bluetooth BMW OBD dongle, which I bought and used for a while with my Android phone. Couple of small signs of use on it but no damage worth noting and is fully functional.

    Link to an example as I haven't got a pic yet:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/riginal-Carly-Bluetooth-Adapter-Android/dp/B0187HPAOS

    It can be used for code reading, live data/parameters, diagnostics, checking all the recoded mileage logs on any ECUs that track it (good for checking if a car has had mileage tampering), code clearing etc. Also used for coding (e.g. DRLs, i-Drive, digital speedo, etc etc. too Much to list but all listed on their site).

    Not sure on their current subscription price as I have a lifetime sub for being a long term customer so you'd need to double check.

    £40 posted.

    Any questions I will do my best to help.
     
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    If this is compatible with iphone, E46 and you can do £35, I'll take it.

    Already have the software.
     
  3. 15 Sep 2021 at 11:25 AM #3
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    Hi mate,

    I can't comment on the compatibility, but I recall at the time iPhone needed Wi-Fi and Android (what I used it with) needed Bluetooth. So might be worth coming and testing it if you're local or having a look online at their site/forums to see compatibility, as I wouldn't want to miss-sell you something that doesn't work!
     
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    I think you are correct - iphone does require wifi. Shame.

    Thanks for your diligence.
     

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