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    Quote Originally Posted by mexican-bum View Post
    Yes, working good
    Working good still!

    I didnt notice when it switches between voltages it takes a minute or so for the network to come back. Im not sure if the hotspot is going off or what. I might put a battery on it and try that. So it gets constand power all the time maybe.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad2388 View Post
    Working good still!

    I didnt notice when it switches between voltages it takes a minute or so for the network to come back. Im not sure if the hotspot is going off or what. I might put a battery on it and try that. So it gets constand power all the time maybe.


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    If you have it wired up like I have mine it should never turn off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mexican-bum View Post
    If you have it wired up like I have mine it should never turn off.
    I do.

    It never goes off that i can tell? Other than my openvpn server drops off every time i hear the relay click. The lights never go out of the mobley.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad2388 View Post
    I do.

    It never goes off that i can tell? Other than my openvpn server drops off every time i hear the relay click. The lights never go out of the mobley.


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    Maybe the voltage is getting to low when it switches, may try raising voltage regulator to 13 volts



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    I just upped my t1 voltage to 13.8 volts and my t2 is 15.1 so we will see whathappens


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    Quote Originally Posted by mexican-bum View Post
    Maybe the voltage is getting to low when it switches, may try raising voltage regulator to 13 volts



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    Everytime the relay moves to the other power supply it drops wifi. The other green light stays on during the switch.


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    Got it! I put a jumper from the voltage regulator to the zte directly so now it never loses power but the power supply over comes the voltage regulator voltage. Ill test more this way and report back. Heres my rig.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad2388 View Post
    Got it! I put a jumper from the voltage regulator to the zte directly so now it never loses power but the power supply over comes the voltage regulator voltage. Ill test more this way and report back. Heres my rig.


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    Here are some pics of my setup, I put it in a box I had lying around that held some driver bits. Glued a plug on the bottom for the power supply.

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    Female OBD 2 pigtail:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/16-Pin-J1962...907455&vxp=mtr
    Cycle Relay:
    https://amzn.com/B00VR1F3LC
    Voltage Regulator:
    https://amzn.com/B00OZGVL4O

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    Last edited by mexican-bum; 06-27-2016 at 01:15 PM.

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    ZTE Mobley hacking (Mainly trying to get it running outside a car)

    This was posted on the r/ATT Reddit


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    That's interesting, for me though progressive is more than 30% higher than my current geico rate, but may help others

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    Quote Originally Posted by mexican-bum View Post
    That's interesting, for me though progressive is more than 30% higher than my current geico rate, but may help others
    I only was posting it to see if maybe it's partly pertinent to what we're trying to do with the Mobley.

    Would connecting a 9v to the mobley like the snapshot hack cause the mobley to believe a car is turned on?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brobot View Post
    I only was posting it to see if maybe it's partly pertinent to what we're trying to do with the Mobley.

    Would connecting a 9v to the mobley like the snapshot hack cause the mobley to believe a car is turned on?


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    No the mobely immediately powers off at anything less than 11.5 volts.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mexican-bum View Post
    No the mobely immediately powers off at anything less than 11.5 volts.



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    I have an Escort 9500ix and when the vehicle is in "ACC" mode, the voltage drops as low as 11 V

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    ZTE Mobley hacking (Mainly trying to get it running outside a car)

    Quote Originally Posted by malibu31 View Post
    I have an Escort 9500ix and when the vehicle is in "ACC" mode, the voltage drops as low as 11 V

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    The mobely will go into power save at 11.5 volts or 2 hours max after engine is turned off. ACC mode won't prevent power save feature from kicking in, engine must be running, so after 2 hours in ACC mode even if voltage is well above 12 volts it will go into power save as engine isn't running. One of the first things I tested when I got it.


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