This thread covers the use of the OBDeleven tool with worked, tested results on the Ateca. The general discussion thread is here: http://www.seatcupra.net/forums/showthread.php?p=4728900#post4728900 The OBDeleven dongle works via Bluetooth with an Android device 4.0 and above to adjust / read the car's system via OBD. You need the Pro version to get maximum control so you can do "long coding". The tool also uses micropayments if and only if you use the apps that are offered up with it. All results can be produced via long coding and the menuing. Some of the apps in any case don't currently work. There is a reasonable amount of confusion about the micro payment system for the apps (credits) but you really don't need to use that part of the tool. The app uses wifi / 3g / 4g to connect back to the companies servers. Some iOS people treat themselves to cheap eBay tablets with wifi and Bluetooth that meet the spec just to use it. The advantage over VCDS is that it's cheaper if you have an Android device and is far more portable for checking things when travelling if the need arises. Restated you do need the Pro version if you are going to get the best out of it. Manufactures website: https://obdeleven.com/#section-6 The app can be downloaded from the Playstore: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.voltasit.obdeleven The Ateca support via their link: http://obdeleven.proboards.com/ German and Spanish boards for the Ateca also provide worked examples of mods. Some Youtube videos about, US site https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Uwc_WL-s-Q Ozzie Site https://www.autoinstruct.com.au/reviews/how-to-use-obdeleven-audi-volkswagen-skoda/ Useful tutorial: http://www.vwwatercooled.com.au/forums/f153/obdeleven-new-kid-block-112163.html The OBD port is straight down from the light switch on either left or right hand drive cars. The fits in with the logo facing towards you. First time you have to bend down to find the slot after that you can fit and pull out by hand pretty easy from the driving seat. One thing to note is the device should be removed after use since it has been reported on other cars that the battery starts to run down as the device keeps other devices live in the car. Good idea to right swipe the app, switch the engine off, pull device out, turn back on then power down again. The first thing to do when you get it and set it up is to run a scan for error codes and then look to making modifications. If you are worried about warranty then don't read any further although it's reported that dealers aren't too bothered about it's use. Sister Leon board here covers it for the Leon but presentation varies to model and of course systems in the car. Mods to follow.