The Toolbox

The Toolbox

The Toolbox

In the toolbox you can either add your BlueTooth gauges or you can connect through another app.

Connecting Bluetooth® Tools


First things first: Make sure the tools/gauges are turned on.

Under the Toolbox tab, tap “Scan.” mQ will scan the local area for any Bluetooth tools. The probes will start to populate and the user will be able to see them.

The first time the user uses the probes, they will auto map themselves. If it not how the user intended, they simply tap on the probe they want to change and map it to another location.

That gauge is now linked to the appropriate location and will remain like that until the user changes it.

A tool can be deleted by holding and swiping left.

Updated on February 27, 2020
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