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« on: November 30, 2011, 03:26:15 pm »

I haven't been on this site in almost a year. I wrote a post a year ago about this and am revisiting the issue now. Since then I've noticed that this "Enhanced Diagnostics for GM" has been released. I have a 2005 Cadillac SRX with the built in Nav system. The nav system is the display for a lot of the car's systems and shows a lot of the information (oil life, tranny fluid life, air pressure per tire, etc) as well as alert pop up msgs (low fuel, etc). I have been interested in basically eliminating the factory nav system and replacing it with an android tablet. The problem a year ago was that doing so would mean losing a lot of the cadillac specific data not covered by obd II. Now I think most of that would be covered by this new expansion to ScanXL. I would like a nice display like DashCommand offers, which works on Android now. However, I see that ScanXL is not available for Android. Are there plans for this in the future? Would be nice to get ScanXL with the enhanced diagnostics for GM, and DashCommand and install it all on a small android tablet mounted in the dash. Thanks for any info.
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