Try setting the App Setting 'Adapter Minimum Interval' to 300 or higher. The next App version (9.7.3) may also help.
See the Getting Started document's 'Side Loading' section for a possible fix to this issue.
Been away for a while. Did not see your event log. Can you send it again and let me know when you've sent it and what email address you're using in the BlueFire App?
Yes, only Pressure Pro is supported because our Adapter only reads data from the J1939/J1708 data buses and Pressure Pro is the only TPMS vendor who supports those data buses.
If it's still occurring, send me the App’s event log (Settings/Send the Event Log) and I’ll take a look. Let me know when you have sent the event log too.
Works fine on my Windows 11 computer. Did you unzip the file and are you logged in as Administrator?
Send me the App’s event log (Settings/Send the Event Log) and I’ll take a look. Let me know when you have sent the event log too.
Also, try the suggestions in the Getting Started document's Troubleshooting section.
You can also query these forums for help or for others with a similar configuration.
https://rvforums.com - Do a search for BlueFire to see all the posts.
https://www.irv2.com/forums/f103/vmspc-replacement-option-425748.html - You can search other IRV2 forums using BlueFire.
The 3.22 update did not get the firmware files from our FTP server so that's why it worked. My guess is that T-Mobile is blocking all FTP access since that can be a huge file download issue on their network. I can play around with it here since I'm also a T-Mobile customer.
Nope, you're right on with the baud rate and message format. It is a constant stream of data though.
It can be totally up to the OEM engineers who program the ECMs as to what and how the data is transmitted.