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TuneECU:Windows v. Android

I searched but didn't see a clear answer. Hoping someone can point me in the right direction.

I use TuneECU on my Windows PC with my 2011 Daytona.

I may get an Android phone.

Does TuneECU for Android (not the "lite" version) have the same features as TuneECU for Windows? It looks so, unless I use a Bluetooth connection in which case I can't adjust the fuel map.

Will I need a Bluetooth adapter, or is there an adapter I can use to connect my USB OBD2 FTDI cable to an Android phone?

Sorry for the dumb questions - just looking for some general guidance from anyone who moved from a Windows setup to an Android setup.

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http://www.mycablemart.com/store/car...hoC-pgQAvD_BwE

Something like this might work, I have yet to try it...was going to build this cable myself but lacking motivation to do it lol
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interesting, so the micro usb will be connected direct to the modified ODB?
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I have a cable if you want it. P.m. me...
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Unfortunately it doesn't work, at least it didn't work in my case. I used an Android phone with a couple of micro USB adapters (both a simple and an OTG) and neither worked. "Torque" which is an excellent OBDII app said that only a specific version of Android could support USB connectivity to OBDII but I don't remember what it was.

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