Hi Delray. As someone whose recent post inspired me to get hold of an OBDLink adaptor, plus the Motoscan app, I'm wondering if you can help me. Nothing to do with TPMS, but the setup I have now is the OBDLink LX adaptor, with the Motoscan professional upgrade, and because my C650GT is only a couple of years old, not need for the cable adapter, my OBDLink just plugs straight in to the bike's OBD terminal.
So - everything plugs in OK. The OBDLink is paired with my phone. But the Motoscan app gives me the same message for each of the control centres - "no connection to control centre". The lights on the OBDLink seem normal - power light is on (green); bluetooth light (blue) is on, steady (when first connected, this light flashed quickly but is steady after a minute or so from connection); the host light flashes orange, at irregular intervals; and the OBD light is not on at all.
Any ideas of what to try? Tried removing unused paired devices - no change.
BTW the OBDLink (green thing) works perfectly with the OBD phone app, connects OK, but that app is not compatible with the bike; but that at least tells me that the green item is working, or trying to!
Uninstalled the OBD app (removed it from my phone completely. Also, advice from the Motoscan software developer was that for my bike (2019) I should be selecting not the K19, but the K19MUE. When I did both these things, ALL OK. I could hardly believe it was so simple to put it right. All working now! Thanks again, Delray.Take a look at this thread on advrider for more feedback: https://advrider.com/f/threads/motoscan-app-for-bmw-motorcycles.1320275/page-2
Sounds like the app is not talking to the ECU. Make sure you dont have the other odb app running as well, they could be competing for the same resource. You can always send feedback to the developer and get some help that way as well. Make sure you pick the K19 as the model as well.