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Both iOS and Android clients support WiFi, Bluetooth (classic), and Bluetooth LE (low energy) dongles for connecting OBD2-compatible devices in cars. Please note that Bluetooth LE is not the same as Classic Bluetooth!

OBD2 devices list

Which OBD2 units work with the Android / iOS OpenStreetView (or newer OpenStreetCam) apps?
Make Model Online purchase Android iOS
VeePeak VP-01 Amazon (US) Yes[1] Yes[2]
ScanTool OBDLink LX ScanTool.net (US) Yes No
Add your tested models

Notes and references

  1. WiFi version only! While connected to a WiFi dongle, you will not have internet access on Android.
  2. To maintain internet connectivity, connect to the dongle using a static IP address / netmask / gateway rather than using DHCP