Using your phone's Bluetooth settings, connect to ELM327-A0.
Enter the settings in Torque, and then the "OBD2 Adapter Settings". Ensure connection type is set to Bluetooth and then select ELM327-A0 under the "Choose Bluetooth Device" option.
After this point consult the Torque Wiki to learn how to use Torque.
A0RET allows A0 to work with SavvyCAN via Wi-Fi, no wires needed!
Follow the link below to download the latest release of SavvyCAN as a zip archive. Then unzip to a folder.
First run vc_redist.x64.exe to install the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable, then run SavvyCAN.exe to open SavvyCAN.
Go to Connection->Open Connection Window to begin adding a new device.
At this point, plug A0 into the car. Then, from the computer running SavvyCAN, connect to its Wi-Fi network. The defaults are:
Click "Add New Device Connection" and select "Network Connection"; the IP address should pre-populate since we have already connected to A0's network.
You should now start seeing CAN traffic in the main window of SavvyCAN.
The A0-specific steps have now all been completed and you have free reign in the huge playground that is SavvyCAN, visit their extensive documentation below: