That's what I did, then I used the NEOPIXEL example to connect it straight to a Genuine Uno. as I mentioned in the reddit community I am putting up githubs of the examples I use and projects I create (not many yet... been busy. Autosport is the only one I have really dedicated any time to... and that was just an afternoon.)https://www.reddit.com/r/hackerboxes/comments/5qvi...
As I recall, I used "Torque (Lite)", the free version. I also have the "ELM327 ODB Terminal" installed, but I did not use that as I recall.I initially wasn't able to see the module but after a bit (and maybe an unplug or two fiddling with it) I was able to see it when I rescanned for pair-able devices. The device name I have is simply "ODBII".
I got it working with an Android. (I know that doesn't particularly 'help' with you asking about iOS, but sometimes confirmation someone got it working is enough to keep you going.)I did however disconnected quickly after shutting the car of--- and it set off the security system so my Jeep spent 5 minutes honking and flashing in teh driveway. ;-)
Try looking at the nano included instead of the Beetle, the nano is 3.3V.
So, since it was a new windows 10 install, I dumped windows 10. Installed Ubuntu Desktop 16.0.4 LTS and installed the software.Initially I had issues installing QuartusLiteSetup-184.108.40.206-linux (and 200 with the update) where the window would stall (Gray out) after about 50%. Not installing ModelSim like someone else mentioned didn't seem to help. (I let it run over night installing). So I downloaded QuartusLiteSetup-220.127.116.11-linux and it worked like a champ installing. I still haven't tried uploading a program, but I will shortly.
Did anyone ever get a solution for the blue screens MikeM515 mentioned in Windows 10 above? I've got a brand new install of Windows 10, and when the USB Blaster is connected, it randomly bluescreens.Also, Thanks for the blog jasper_fracture. looks like that will give lots of people a good foundation to start on.