The CarLock Tag was designed to enable easy battery replacement. The battery can be replaced without using any tools, though using a smaller flathead screwdriver will make the process of opening the Tag even easier.
We are very excited to announce the first hardware extension to the CarLock car security solution — the CarLock Tag. The Carlock tag is a small Bluetooth device that connects directly to the CarLock app on your phone and automates the unlocking and locking of your car’s location. By default, your car’s location can be automatically unlocked when the CarLock Tag is within range of your phone and automatically locked when it is out of range.
Currently, the CarLock Tag is supported only on devices running iOS platform (iPhone). We did some extensive testing on Android devices and unfortunately, the Android operating systems on most Android phones proved to be very unreliable when detecting the CarLock Tag. We are working on the solution for this issue, but currently, the CarLock Tag is not supported on the Android platform.
The Carlock tag is a small Bluetooth device that connects directly to the CarLock app on your phone and automates the unlocking and locking of your car’s location. Pairing the CarLock Tag with the CarLock app on your phone is very easy. This step-by-step guide will help you set up the Tag in no time.
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The CarLock device is designed to be easily installed through the OBD connector (diagnostics connector) without using any tools or having to deal with the car’s electrical system. All you need to do is find the connector in your car (or ask us for assistance) and plug in the device.
Since every car manufacturer has a different philosophy when placing the OBD connector into the car, the plugged in CarLock device could be overexposed, facing upward, facing downward, or even obstructing the pedals. To ensure the optimal performance, we suggest you follow these three simple steps to improve your CarLock experience. Continue Reading →