.: ALDLDroid Quick Start:



.: Warnings

Fuse Replacement!
The power cord contains an internal fuse. Only replace the fuse with an identical fuse. Replacement with a different fuse may result in fire!

Cord Entanglement!
ALDL connectors are typically located in the driver’s foot well. Route the ‘ALDL Bluetooth Adapter’ cabling and secure to prevent cord entanglement with the driver’s feet and legs.

Don’t Operate While Driving!
Do not operate this device while driving. Make sure your vehicle is off the road and transmission is in park/neutral with emergency brake set. ‘ALDL Scan’ App provides a data recording feature. Utilize this feature for your safety. If device is operated while vehicle is moving, bring a passenger in the vehicle to operate the device.

Flashing ECMs!
Due to the limited buffer size in the ‘ALDL Bluetooth Adapter’, only software specifically designed to flash ECMs with this ‘ALDL Bluetooth Adapter’ should be used. The adapter contains a very small buffer that can overflow easily, resulting in data corruption and possible ECM failure.
Flashing ECMs even with software compatible with this ‘ALDL Bluetooth Adapter’ can result in ECM failure. 1320 Electronics is not liable for damaged ECMs.

Disclaimer: 1320 Electronics is not liable for damaged ECMs.


.: Quick Start Instructions

1. Configure switches 1-4 on the front of the adapter. Switch 2 should be up for 160 baud, down for 8192 baud. Switch 4 must be up for ALDLDroid App.
2. Connect the supplied power cord to the ‘ALDL Bluetooth Adapter’.
3. Connect the Bluetooth unit to your ALDL connector.
4. Plug the Bluetooth unit power cord into your cigarette lighter plug. The power light for the Bluetooth adapter should be on.
5. On your Android device, go into bluetooth settings.



6. Select 'Scan' button.



7. The Bluetooth adapter should show up in the list of available devices.



8. Select the Bluetooth Adapter. Enter the PIN code for the Bluetooth Adapter. The device should show up in the list of paired devices.



9. Download the ‘ALDLDroid’ App from Google Play onto your Android device. Start up ALDLDroid.



10. The first time you start it, it will create a folder structure. We will need to put the adx file in there now.



11. Exit out of ALDLDroid.
12. Using a file manager application, place the adx file for your vehicle in the /ALDLDroid/adx directory.



13. Start the vehicle. On 160 baud cars, the data light should blink.
14. Restart ALDLDroid.



15. Go into settings by pressing the 3 dots in the upper right corner of the screen, then select 'Settings'.



16. Select 'Bluetooth Device', then select the Bluetooth adapter.



17. Select 'Datastream file', then select the adx file for your vehicle.



18. Connect to the ECU by pressing the 3 dots in the upper right corner of the screen, then select 'Connect to ECU'.



19. Double tap on the screen to add gauges. After the grid becomes visible, tap the '+' sign to add a gauge.



20. Edit the gauge characteristics, then press 'Create'.



21. While in grid mode, you can resize and move your gauge as desired. Double click to exit out of Edit mode.



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