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Hello,

Last year I reverse engineered the BMW i3's API. Now I've swapped to a Zoe, I thought I'd do the same again :)

Full write up at Reverse Engineering the Renault Zoe API

All the details are on GitHub too. API is pretty basic - lets you see battery status, start preconditioning, set schedules. Basically all that you can do in the app.

There doesn't seem to be any way to get your mileage, efficiency, or anything like that via the web. Unless I'm missing something?

All I've done with it so far is set it to Tweet - edent's Car (@edent_car) | Twitter - but further suggestions welcomed!
 

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Co-author of CanZE. Q210 nov 2013
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@Terence Eden The API is not only very limited, and bound to what subscriptions you're holding, it is also fairly unreliable. Well, not the API itself, but the ability of the car to send it's data.

I have given up on that route long ago and went directly for the CANbus, which, with the help of a more experienced Android programmer, led to CanZE (SSP).

Thank you VERY much though for the impressive reverse engineering!
 
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