This AVIN Android head unit is for my BMW E46 and runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread. It has no problem connecting to my Bluetooth OBD-2 device for Torque. I previously used TrackMaster with this head unit's internal GPS but really want OBD-2 to overlay information on top of my track day videos which is why I am trying RaceChrono.
I posted to the AVIN Android head unit forum but also want to involve RaceChrono.http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showpost.php?p=16132305&postcount=555
I just got the QSTARZ BT-818XT external GPS device. The goal is for RaceChrono to use the GPS and OBD-2 devices simultaneously. My head unit can see both devices available. When in RaceChrono I selected both devices to be enabled for recording. However, when I start a session, it gets GPS at a slow rate and no OBD-2 data at all.
Is there a way to understand if there is a limitation on the head unit where it is not capable of connecting to two Bluetooth devices simultaneously? One backup plan is to try with my Nexus 5 phone with both devices.