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Theory is one thing. Reality a second one. I don't know if my assumptions are true. I am with you, that it doesn't make sense, but fact is, that the BMS was draining my battery pretty fast until i set it to how it is right now, and now everything works fine.
Argh, after two days of this, the BMS spontaneously started alternating between even and odd groups for no reason that I can determine. If anyone else runs in to this, I can't tell you what to do about it, all I can say is there's hope
Thanks for the reply. So you haven't seen the behavior I've described?flippy wrote: ↑Jun 18 2019 5:09pmYes. You need to pair it with your phone first. That is mandatory for every BT device. That is how it works. Pairing code is usually 1234 or 0000.
Sometimes you have to manually select the device in the list if it cant find it as vbms is programmed to look for a specific BT adress in your paired list. Manually selecting it solves that. But the BT has to be awake! It falls asleep after a few minutes of no current. You need to press the power button to wake it.
Never pay for vbms, just use the versions posted here.
Well, you are "technically" right, but the advice above might lead to confusion for certain setups.
Maybe this is one reason why the app isn't on the app store and must be installed from the APK.
Imho you can't pair through "Settings", and this is NOT how it's intended to work. You open the app, it connects, and then it disconnects again after you close the app. No code needed ever.
We were talking about the Xiaoxang BMS or JDB BMS.cycborg wrote: ↑Jun 19 2019 7:11amI'm trying to use VBMS on Android. Is that what you're talking about?
I'm using the one pictured below from LLT Power (purchased via the JBD Store). I think the problem is that these are shipped with a proprietary BT module that only interfaces with the "official" Xiaoxiang app. This post indicates that these BMSs were previously shipped with generic BT modules, but the modules included now are not programmable.