The auxiliary device (afr in my case) does work and that one is also on com 5 so I'm pretty sure it's on the correct one.
I have tried all the available ports, when I try the com5 it takes like 6 seconds for the 'error message' to pop up, on all the other ones I get the error message the moment I click the connect button, wich also leads me to believe that it's the correct com port.
Maybe a stupid question, but to connect to the OBDII data do you have to disable the 'connect to auxiliary devices only' in the connection pop up screen? Screenshot of the connect screen with the 'connect to auxiliary devices' option
Reason for asking is when I connect with this setting on (so supposedly only connecting to the auxiliary devices) in the OBDII-settings screen it shows that the OBDII as well as the auxilary devices have connected. (see picture, as soon as I connect the 'duration' under the OBDII starts running, this screenshot was taken after connecting with the option 'connect to auxiliary devices only' ON)
However when I then go to the PID config screen, only the auxiliary devices pids have the green check mark next to them, all of the SAE pids (the OBDII ones) have a red check mark next to them.
Again, the auxiliary devices I can get to work (so com port should be correct) the OBDII I can't get to work.
Thanks for you help, Christof Matthys.