Download the BlueLink Admin App from the Google Play Store
2. Open the BlueLink Admin App and connect to your respective BlueLink by selecting it from the list.
*When shipped preconfigured, BlueLink will be followed by the friendly name extension (typically the truck number).
*For all non-configured BlueLink adapters use the MAC address that is printed on the back label in order to identify the respective BlueLink.
3. Once connected, Configure the following:
a. Friendly name extension – input your truck number, corresponding to the truck number as it is listed on the DriverLog Server.
b. Unit time – tap ‘set time’.
*This is used to set the time on the BlueLink device.
3. Jbus Config – By default, BlueLink is set for auto-detection (‘J1708 + J1939 or OBDII’). You have the option of selecting the respective protocol corresponding with your vehicle type.
Notes: *If the Check Engine Light turns on, set the J1939 mode to Listen Only. *If you are using a 6-pin connector, select J1708 Only (6-pin)
*BlueLink automatically detects and switches between 250K and 500K for the J1939 protocol depending on your truck specs.
(1) Available Odometer (for J1939/J1708 - heavy trucks) - select the closest odometer reading corresponding to the odometer displayed on your truck’s dashboard.
Note: As per the law, a DOT officer cares only about trip mileage, so any discrepancy between the dashboard odometer and the reported odometer are fine as long as they increase at the same rate.
(2) For OBDII (for CAN Bus - pick-ups, light vehicles)- tap ‘set’ and input the odometer as it is displayed on your dashboard: