Note: This was done with stock Android 4.4.3, so if you have an older version of Android or a non-stock version (HTC Sense UI or Samsung Touchwiz) the menus might look slightly different. You need Harry's Laptimer Petrolhead Edition to use the VBOX Sport. If any of the instructions for Harry's LapTimer aren't correct, please refer to Harry's LapTimer page located here.
Navigate to the Bluetooth settings area in Android. Depending on the version of Android you're using, this may be accessible by pulling down the notification shade (dragging down from the top of the notification area) and pressing the settings button in the top right corner. If not, you can access the settings in the application drawer or by searching for the settings app on your phone.
If the VBOX Sport is powered on and Bluetooth is on in it should show the VBOX Sport as an available device. If it doesn't, click on the "Search For Devices" button.
If it was previously paired with another Bluetooth device, you may need to clear this from the VBOX Sport by holding down both buttons for 2 seconds on the VBOX Sport at which point the Bluetooth LED flashes rapidly.
If you click on the VBOX Sport (VBSport 00000300 in this example), it will begin pairing the VBOX Sport to your Android device. Once it's paired correctly, it will show up under the "Paired Devices" area.
|At this point you will want to open Harry's LapTimer and click on the menu button (designated by the three vertical buttons).|
|Once you click on the menu button, a menu will appear that will have "Sensor List" as an option, click on this.|
|Under the Sensor List submenu you should be able to select the VBOX Sport as an option. Once selected, it will show up as 'Connected'.|
After doing these things, you should now be able to use your VBOX Sport with Harry's LapTimer. For further information on applications that support the VBOX Sport, please visit Racelogic's VBOX Sport page here.
Click here for a guide on Connecting to RaceChrono on Android.