Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Hondash Bluetooth Interface pairing

  • the automatic pairing procedure in the app doesn't work with some devices, please use the built-in Android bluetooth manager if you're having issues discovering the Hondash device.   

  • Before you initiate pairing make sure the Hondash interface is ON and the LED is blinking. If that is not the case, you probably don't have power source in the DLC port. If you got 3 wires coming to the DLC connector then check for a blown fuse (Under hood fuse/relay box, nr.43, 7.5A, ceiling light/cargo area light/DLC connector/Power antenna). Otherwise you have to feed +12V from other power source in the car. Use the red external wire that is tucked into the case, and wire it to +12V power source, more info on DLC Interface page

  • Device pairing PIN is 1234 (If requested to enter)

  • Follow the instructions as shown.

  • On devices running Android KitKat (4.4.4) and newer versions, the pairing is fully automated and no PIN input should be required.

  • If you have to repeat the procedure more than 3 times, try to switch off and on the Hondash interface to reset it. If it doesn't help than you have to pair it manually with Android Bluetooth manager. In that case look for new device with name "HONDASH" or "OBD", pairing pin is 1234.

  • After successful pairing the app will request a Hondash UID (Unique Identification Number).