OBDLink MX (Bluetooth) works well for me with FORScan. From discussions on their forums, it appears that they have made improvements that allow the cheaper ELM327's to work (if I can find my $15 one, I'll try it out with the android app).
The Android version seems to have several more modules and bunches more PIDs than the PC version... it's going take some time to sort out everything. This is beta software - I already see what appears to be a scaling issue with the SOC numbers (I really wish that this was a rainy day so that I could spend some time with it).
Thanks for letting us know about it hybridbear.
Update: False alarm on the scaling issue. For some reason the MFT on my car was displaying 100% (but it wasn't); when I restarted the car it read 95% which agreed with FORScan. The extra PIDs that I've looked at might be useful for troubleshooting specific problems but for everyday use the PIDs that I discussed in the first couple of posts of this thread are still the most interesting
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