Pamela did get in contact with Customer Service.
I just did a quick check and the BlueFire Dash Repository connected and I was able to view submitted dashboards.
In settings, have you tried unchecking the "Connect to last Adapter"?
Just something to check. In Settings, are you using the same email address that you used when you purchased the BlueFire? I have several email accounts, and I was using a different one for sending logging data to BlueFire. Anyway, when I updated the software I got the unregistered warning. When I changed the email address back it registered with no issues.
The Samsung tablet, what version of Android is it running? That might help Mark figure out what the issue could be.
Go to Customize Gauge. Click on Add/remove gauge. Select Text Gauge. Scroll down the list to Distance remaining, select gauge.
I'm just a user like you so....blind leading the blind! :) I think, in order to install the latest firmware, 3.23.0, you have to use the latest firmware loader. Here is a link to the BlueFire Firmware page. https://bluefire-llc.com/store/adapter-firmware
Hope this helps,
Did you also update the adapter firmware? Did you uncheck the connect to last adapter box? Once the software connects to the adapter you can then re-check the connect to last adapter box.
First off, both of these parameters provide information, just not the information I was hoping to get. The Average mpg is the total ave. mpg over all the miles driven, same as the total fuel useage is over all the miles driven.
What I was looking for was having a resettable Ave mpg that I could use in between legs of a trip. So, I would have the Trip Ave mpg running and another Ave mpg that I could reset at the beginning of a day's drive. (Similar to the trip meter and distance driven)
I would also like a fuel used indicator that would be resettable via the Fill Up button. Yes, I could just use the fuel level indicator and do the math in my head but....
Finally got the rig back on the road and figured out how to use the Fuel Correction factors. I found that in order to get my Trip Average MPG to read close to my hand calculated mpg, I had to add a correction factor of +5%. Yes, I am a nerd! :)