Any Android device is easiest. I hooked my aging Nexus One up in no time at all. Torque is a decent free app which can pull code; it worked well so I paid $5 for the full version.
Originally Posted by spicytofu
Tell me more about the ELM237. do you have to have a laptop in the car or you can view it from your dash/phone/nav?
Maybe there is an iPhone app.. very few technical people I know these days has an iPhone so I didn't research. In theory any Bluetooth device can work and there is likely PC software available.
You can get an ELM 237 device for less money but this one works first time for virtually everyone. Unbelievable bargain for what we get.
Attached is a random screen capture from the web.
Six Euro Deliveries since December 1998 (Owned E46, E90, E91, E92 and E93)
28 vehicles in 26 years of driving so far. Guess I like cars
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