My911 Standard Non-Smartphone Version
- Accident - As soon as your airbag is deployed My911 will reach out to emergency services with your location, telling them you have possibly been in an accident. Plus My911 will automatically notify as many contacts as you have been in an accident, your location and a private message (*)
- SOS - With a simple press of the button, My911 will reach out to emergency services giving them your location and other pertinent information. Plus My911 will automatically notify as many contacts as you have advised it to that you are in an emergency, your location and a private message
- Notify - Automatically Notify as many contacts as you want via email or sms with your own private message and location
- Roadside Assistance - Need roadside assistance, reach out to your own roadside assistance company or the My911 roadside assistance just with a push of a button
- Real-Time OBD Data - See real-time your Airbag Status, Speed, RPM, Load, Fuel and be notified with a variety ofOBD-II issue your car may be having at that time. (***)
- GPS LocationDisplay – Know where you are at all times
- Online Location Based Services - Create geo-fencing (in and out), track your devices, set up alerts based upon various events like speeding, start and stop, and much much more.
In order to support My911 on a standard non-smartphone the phone must be able to support the following:
- J2ME or Java Applications
- Bluetooth (if wanting to work with airbag deployment and adapter/dongle)
The adapter/dongle is the main communication between your cell phone and your car's OBD (onboard diagnostics). Most cars since 1996 have an OBD socket generally found beneath the steering wheel of your vehicle. The adapter/dongle when purchased must support the following to work with the My911 application:
- Support OBD-II v 1.4 protocol
- Have Bluetooth
What vehicles is your OBD-II adapter/dongle compatible with?
The adapter/dongle interface work with OBD-II Compliant vehicles. There are two things to check for to see if your vehicle is OBD-II Compliant: 1) Look for a sticker under the hood, on the sticker it should say “OBD-II Compliant” or 2) Look under the steering column or the dash for an OBD-II Adapter. Find either of those and the interface will work.
The below lists various places to purchase your EM327 OBD-II Bluetooth adapter/dongle from:
(*) Only if a paired BT (Bluetooth) ELM327 OBD-II adapter/dongle is plugged into the car and the vehicle has airbags installed and functional.
(**) The nurse line feature is not intended to replace a doctor or any form of medical emergency. In the event of an emergency press the SOS button or call 9-1-1
(***) Limitations of what diagnostic information shown or available may vary by vehicle and OBD-II dongle purchased
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