[Ovmsdev] Android App v3.12.2 in Play Store

Robert Cotran robert at cotran.ca
Thu Jan 4 00:14:19 HKT 2018


Your message caught my attention.  (Sorry for hijacking the list here, 
there are two OVMS questions though...)

You mention that the SoulEV has a lot of problems with the 12V battery.  
I have to agree with you.  After leaving the car for 3/4 days without 
driving it, we often find the 12V battery is dead and needs to be 
recharged.  Do you think it might be the OVMS module that drains it?  I 
still think the DC-DC from the large battery should kick in and charge 
the 12V so don't know why it's happening.

I had another question for you.  We've had our SoulEV for a bit over two 
years now.  When we got it, it would comfortably do 150km range in warm 
weather, but now after only two years, we get like 110km in warm weather 
and 100km in cold weather.  That's crazy degradation.  We have escalated 
this to Kia Canada but they say the car is operating normally.  I was 
wondering if you were seeing similar degradation in your pack?

Haven't gotten around to tracing CAN yet.  So busy with other things in 
life. :(

The additions you made to the OVMS iOS app sound awesome, do you think 
you'll port them to the Android app as well?

Thanks again!

On 1/3/2018 10:40 AM, Geir Øyvind Vælidalo wrote:
> Mark,
> I’m not really that into iOS-programming, but I’ve managed to do a few 
> modifications.
> I added some more info when charging, like time to full, charge speed 
> and couple of more. and I’ve added the AUX-battery voltage to the car 
> page as it is a rather big  problem on the Kia Soul.
> But I’ve also done a lot of changes just to make it compile for my 
> phone, without knowing too much about why and how, so I am afraid it 
> might be quite a mess.
> Can I send a pull request so that you can see if you can use it?
> Geir
>> 3. jan. 2018 kl. 13:32 skrev Mark Webb-Johnson <mark at webb-johnson.net 
>> <mailto:mark at webb-johnson.net>>:
>> Geir,
>> I’m looking after the iOS version. I can build and release for Apple 
>> devices, and post updates to iTunes Store.
>> I have some changes made to enlarge some fields, and I want to add a 
>> ‘messages’ function similar to the Android version (to be able to 
>> issue commands to both v2 and v3 boxes). Other than that, I don’t 
>> have anything outstanding on the iOS version - it seems to support 
>> the v3 metrics just fine as is.
>> If anybody else has any changes to iOS version, please make a pull 
>> request on the GitHub and I’ll merge in.
>> Regards, Mark
>>> On 3 Jan 2018, at 3:59 PM, Geir Øyvind Vælidalo <geir at validalo.net 
>>> <mailto:geir at validalo.net>> wrote:
>>> Congratulations🙂
>>> What about the iOS version? I’m running my own special version 
>>> that’s connected to my personal developer license, but I have no 
>>> experience with putting something on to App Store. Anyone here who 
>>> knows how to do that?
>>> Geir
>>> Sendt fra min iPhone
>>>> 3. jan. 2018 kl. 00:55 skrev Michael Balzer <dexter at expeedo.de 
>>>> <mailto:dexter at expeedo.de>>:
>>>> Whoa. Our first public App update since …drumroll… June 2014 :)
>>>> I didn't get any bug reports for my 3.12.2 beta release, so I just 
>>>> finished some last details and uploaded it. May take some hours to 
>>>> appear in the Play Store.
>>>> As change history has grown a bit beyond the allowed 500 chars for 
>>>> the release info, I've added a history page to the Wiki:
>>>> https://github.com/openvehicles/Open-Vehicle-Android/wiki/History
>>>> I'm afraid it's just the condensed gitlog though. I hope users 
>>>> won't get confused, sure could need some refinement.
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Michael
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