2019 Subaru Outback Touring 3.6R, Crystal White Pearl
I like the bluedriver OBD2 module I got recently. It works great with IOS.
could not get his software to work with Galaxy S8 with Linx adapters all of them fail to connect to 2010 or 2014 car.BtSSM, uses the factory SSM protocol, customizable displays, logging, etc.
BtSsm: Adapter+app combo to view/log/graph ECU data from your Subaru
Developed by user "heiche" at legacygt.com. He's active on that forum and there's a lot of folks using it.
His own bluetooth OBDII adapter looks like the best method, but I use the cheaper/wired method of $10 KKL OBD2->USB 2.0 cable, to a $5 USB OTG cable, to my phone.
I did the steps. it works, thank you.Depending on what gen you have the car will pull codes for you. This works on my 09 Outback:
The Procedure - Checking Subaru DTC Codes
starting condition: key off, headlight switch off.
Steps 1 through 7 must be performed within 10 seconds.
1. Turn key to ON position. This is the normal running position, the click just before starting, when all the lights on the dash come on, but before you twist to START. Don't start the engine!
2. Within 3 seconds, turn the headlight switch ON.
3. Press the Trip/Odometer button 4 times.
4. Turn the headlight switch OFF.
5. Press the Trip/Odometer button 4 times.
6. Turn headlight swtich ON.
7. Press Trip/Odometer button 4 times. At this point, the DTC display will begin.
8. Turn headlight switch OFF. Not necessary for the procedure, but your display may be dimmed and hard to read in bright sunlight. Besides, why drain the battery?