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Tips and Tricks Manual
Dedicated Customer Supported line in which you will be able to text in order to receive assistance with your item
(Please see description regarding individual product specifications)
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.68 x 0.71 x 2.68 inches|
|Operating System||IOS, Android & Windows PC|
Examples of App Setup:
Q1: Does Nexas Nexlink adapter work with hybrids?
A: Yes, Nexlink has added the HybridAssistant(Android ONLY) app that works for hybrid vehicles. Please note that supported hybrid models include Toyota/Lexus Hybrid, Ford Hybrid, Hyundai Hybrid, and Mitsubishi Hybrid.
Q2: Can I buy this adapter even if I have not used OBD products before?
A: Of course, the Nexas Nexlink adapter is easy to use. Just connect it with Bluetooth and start the engine to begin vehicle diagnostics. If you are not familiar with OBD products, you can contact Nexas technical team and they will help you solve your problem within 24 hours.
Q3: What if I have tried to connect but the NEXAS adapter does not appear in the Bluetooth list?
A: For iOS users: Restart your iPhone. The NEXAS device name will then be displayed again.
For Android users: try restarting your phone, turn off WiFi and disconnect all other Bluetooth devices from your phone. Or clear the Bluetooth cache/memory: Settings - Apps (View System) - Bluetooth - Memory & Cache, clear it and restart the phone.
Q4: Why could not the app connect to the NEXAS device?
A: First, make sure the app is compatible with your vehicle and phone. Second, make sure the app's connection settings are correct. Third, remove the app and reinstall it (especially if you have a system software update). Or try another app, for example, Car Scanner ELM OBD2.
Q5: What should I do if no connection can be made to the vehicle/ ECU?
A: First, make sure the vehicle is OBD2 compatible and the device is plugged in well (not too loose). Second, make sure the ignition is on ON (or restart the engine to try). Third, make sure the pins in your vehicle's OBD connector are not bent or shorted.
Dash Board Display:
I/M Readiness, Battery test, Freeze frame, O2 sensor and EVAP system test, On-Board Monitoring, Performance Test, etc.
Data Flow Waveform:
Read the live data, turn off engine check light in a blink of your eye.
Read and Clear Code:
Read and clear fault code with the codes definition.
Diagnose Report Display:
Diagnostic reports, Built-in OBD2 Fault code look-up library, no google and no guess.