Seems that Wi-Fi or Bluetooth could provide a viable solution except for the data collection point currently being the Daimler server?What about the possibility of fabbing up some sort of OBD dongle that communicates via either wireless or bluetooth? You wouldn't have as widely available access but it's much better than nothing.
I believe that MB is pulling the server plug at some time of their own choosing because they know 2G will be deprecated, rather than monitoring any/every country in which they've sold an ED and wait until the 2G service actually goes away.Probably dependent on when AT&T, or whoever the service provider is, pulls the plug....
A dongle would bypass the Daimler server altogether - your phone would communicate directly with the dongle so the limitation would be that the ED is within Bluetooth range it that the ED can reach your home's wireless network. Still better for my lazy self than walking out to the car and turning it on!Seems that Wi-Fi or Bluetooth could provide a viable solution except for the data collection point currently being the Daimler server?
The developer of the EvAccess app has a B-Class and had not seen the "sundown" notice.But seriously, what is Mercedes doing with owners of other Mercedes vehicle that also use 2G to communicate? Did they provide a hardware upgrade?
Yep. Us too. Whenever we are hooked up to public charging it sends is a 92 percent full message and then a 100 percent full message. Was spotty before.Right now, my smart web access is working better than ever. It syncs instantly. Recall those months when it wouldn't work at all?