Originally Posted by spiff72
Excited for updates, but I may have changed too much at once.
Installed the Oreo beta on my Nexus 6P this afternoon and then saw this update and installed it as well. I cleared data for OBD2AA. I had a ton of app crashes as I tried to configure the app for my PIDs. Torque app is acting flakey too (slow to respond, slow to connect to my adapter, etc). I eventually did get a connection to go through and had gauges displayed on my drive home, but only the first two were working (aux Batt voltage and MPG instant). The remaining gauges all showed the same value as my MPG gauge but had no labels.
I think the MPG gauge was the last one I had configured before a series of crashes in the OBD2AA app. Haven't had a chance to try connecting again, but I did get the remaining gauges configured in the app now.
That's not good
sorry for your poor experience. If the app crashes that is probably on me, values not updated correctly that might be me or might be Torque. That being said Oreo Beta might still have small bug residues, so in order to get to the bottom of this I will need to see some logcats for both app crashes and gauge data. Please enable the debugging option inside the app before capturing the reports.
This is how you can get a logcat:
1. Enabling Developer Mode
1. Open Settings > About phone.
2. Scroll down to the Build number.
3. Tap the Build number 7 times in quick succession until "You're now a developer" appears.
4. Return to the Settings menu and select Developer options.
5. At the top of the screen, make sure 'Developer options' is set to On (green).
6. Scroll down to Debugging and enable both USB debugging and Bug Report Shortcut on (green).
7. Tab on Logger buffer sizes: Default setting is 256K. Select 16M to help capture more information for debugging. Of note, it can affect the apps performance especially with lower spec phone, so change it back after you have finished submitting bug reports.
2. Capturing a Bug Report
It's very important to do this right after you experience the issue again, so your device can log at least one occurrence of the issue.
1. Hold the Power button down until the menu appears.
2. Select Take bug report. and wait for the device to capture the bug report.
3. Tap the 'Bug report captured' notification when it appears.
4. Share the bug report. (I recommend to email it to yourself.)
5. Download the bug report to your computer.
6. Send the bug report by email to [email protected]
if you can please update to the latest version from XDA Labs and use above instructions to send me over some debug data it will be appreciated.