Bummer, I didn't know that the XDA app has since broken. But mine is already setup and still works.Anyone found a way to make this work now that the XDA app is broken?
AMEN!Kia should make this available on all Fortes...and I mean in the car's system!
Yes, phone has to be plugged in. Once plugged in you can open the OBD2AA app and it works, no need to do anything to the phone as long as Bluetooth is turned on. But as soon as you unplug the phone Android auto turns off and so does OBD2AA. I haven't explored the possibility of Android Auto working without plugging in the phone yet but i guess that is next step.In order to see the gauges on the car's display once it is set up, if you leave the Bluetooth code reader installed, do you need the android phone to be plugged in every time?
Once the APP is available on the car's screen will it work without the phone as long as the Bluetooth code reader is installed?
Also note: if you leave the OBDII dongle plugged in all the time eventually it will drain the battery. Luckily the 2020 Forte will tell you that you have low voltage as this is how I found out, haha.
Anybody else missing Goggle Play Music now that they have shut it down music is a pain in the butt with Youtube Music and I refuse to pay. Any alternatives?