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Hello everyone. New to the forum and new owner (<500 miles) 2013 Rio5 LX owner.
Was wondering if anyone knew of software for my laptop that would allow me to access the OBD? (I know I'll have to get a cable too)
Thanx for any help
 

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I would recommend a Bluetooth ODB II adapter and then download Torque Pro for your iPhone or Android device. It is awesome.

Hello everyone. New to the forum and new owner (<500 miles) 2013 Rio5 LX owner.
Was wondering if anyone knew of software for my laptop that would allow me to access the OBD? (I know I'll have to get a cable too)
Thanx for any help
 

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I don't use SmartPhones. I was looking for something that would interface with my Laptop
 

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The bluetooth adapters still work with laptops, so long as you have bluetooth of course. Mine even came with a cd that contained a lot of software for ODBII diagnostics, all trial software mind you. Unfortunately you can only do the usual things such as reading live values, settings, and clearing warnings. So far, I can find nothing like VAG-COM for our Kias.
 
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