Tablet: There's a good chance I'm going to be running M-Dash on a ~permently placed Android based tablet (what's M-Dash? Think Tourqe app, aka live readouts). This is new territory as I've never owned, operated or handled tablets not alone not savvy if screen refresh rates & things of that nature are valid anymore.
Aside from the apps hardware/software requirements, is there particular features I should adher to for an automotive based tablet? (aka, look for heavy anti-glare features, tablets with accelerometer, inclinometer, etc, etc)
OBDEleven Pro: I noticed many compliments about many not receiving their 200 credits upon purchase of a pro, yet neither the vendor or OBDEleven answered this when I contacted them. Anyone have any insight?
Per older reviews, I saw mention of "recieving a credit a day for logging in a day on their app", with more credits given if you watch their ads. Anyone know if this still applies?
Are credits used when simple code scans and deletes are performed? How about adaptations (throttle body adaptations)? Or are credits only for custom code changes?
OBDEleven Pro vs X-Tool VAG 401: I'm not concerned with addressing door chimes, cabin dim light times, etc and more privy on fault codes and adaptations...any thoughts on the two vs each other?