First of all, Thank you for purchasing the WunderLINQ!
This documentation is to help you setup the WunderLINQ and to describe the functionality available in the WunderLINQ app.
You will need the following to use the WunderLINQ app.
For performance and fault data your motorbike must have the option On-board Computer Pro.
Insert the WunderLINQ hardware into your motorcycle’s navigation cradle and turn on your ignition. Once the ignition is on the WunderLINQ’s status light should go from flashing green to flashing blue.
Go into your mobile device’s Bluetooth settings and pair it with the WunderLINQ. Select the WunderLINQ device to pair with.
The WunderLINQ should now show as “Connected” in your Bluetooth settings and the WunderLINQ status light should be solid blue.
At this point, your Wunder Wheel should act as normal keyboard input. This works independently of the WunderLINQ app being installed. If your motorbike has a TFT instrument cluster, you must put it in NAV mode by long-pressing UP on the Menu switch to pass the wheel presses to the cradle.
On the first launch of the WunderLINQ App, you will be presented with the first start wizard. The wizard walks you through all the permissions that the WunderLINQ App requires to function. After you’ve completed the wizard you will not be prompted for permissions again. Failure to grant these permissions will result in reduced or no functionality in the WunderLINQ App. To adjust permissions later you must use settings.
On the first launch of the day, you will be presented with a Warning that you must agree to before using the App.
RT/K1600 Owners the first thing you’ll want to do is to put the WunderLINQ Wunder Wheel Mode to RT/K1600 under the HW Settings Menu option.
After completing the Initial Setup, the WunderLINQ hardware should automatically reconnect to your device when powered on. If you have a supported motorcycle with data you should see some data populated. Please note some values like tire pressure don’t show initial readings until the motobike has moved some distance.
You can navigate through the main WunderLINQ App screens using one of three methods.
Below is the mapping between Wunder Wheel input and keyboard input. If you are using the WunderLINQ with an RT or K1600 view the mappings at the end of this section.
|Hand Controls||Keyboard Key|
|Scroll Wheel Up||UP Arrow|
|Scroll Wheel Down||DOWN Arrow|
|Wheel Left||LEFT Arrow|
|Wheel Right||RIGHT Arrow|
|Wheel Left Long Press||ESCAPE|
|Wheel Right Long Press||ENTER|
|Indicator Cancel||iOS Keyboard Toggle||WunderLINQ V2 or greater|
Below is the mapping between Wunder Wheel input and keyboard input on RT and K1600.
|Hand Controls||Keyboard Key|
|Speak Double Click||ESCAPE|
|Page Double Click||ENTER|
|Display Off||iOS Keyboard Toggle||WunderLINQ V2 or greater|
If your motorbike has a TFT instrument cluster, you must put it in Nav mode to pass the wheel presses to the cradle.
The Motorcycle screen displays a customizable grid of data points provided by your motorcycle and phone. Bluetooth connection status, active fault status, and buttons to a few other functions are also available. To customize the grid you can by long-pressing a cell or under the App Settings.
Motorcycle Screen Controls
|Scroll Wheel Up/Swipe Up||Increase cell count|
|Scroll Wheel Down/Swipe Down||Decrease cell count|
|Long Press cell||Long Press cell|
|Previous screen button|
|Denotes active connection to the WunderLINQ hardware.|
|Denotes no connection to the WunderLINQ hardware.|
|Denotes active motorcycle faults, it can be pressed to view a list of Active Faults.|
|Next screen button|
button will display a popup menu that includes options to:
|Bike Info:||Displays motorbike VIN, next service information and cluster reset options.|
|Trips & Waypoints:||View and manage saved data.|
|App Settings:||Settings that impact the app.|
|HW Settings:||Settings that impact the WunderLINQ hardware.|
|About:||Displays information about the app and includes links to the WunderLINQ web site.|
The Active Faults screen Displays a list of currently active faults. Below are a list of possible faults.
|ABS self-diagnosis not completed|
|ASC self-diagnosis not completed|
|Additional front light 1|
|Additional front light 2|
|Daytime running light|
|Front left indicator|
|Front right indicator|
|Rear left indicator|
|Rear right indicator|
|Front parking light 1|
|Front parking light 2|
|License plate Light|
|Rear Fog Light|
|Additional brake light|
|Front lamp 1|
|Front lamp 2|
|The general warning light flashes yellow|
|The general warning light shows yellow|
|The general warning light flashes red|
|The general warning light shows red|
|Engine oil level too low|
|Front tire pressure low Warning|
|Front tire pressure high Warning|
|Rear tire pressure low Warning|
|Rear tire pressure high Warning|
|Front tire pressure low Critical|
|Front tire pressure high Critical|
|Rear tire pressure low Critical|
|Rear tire pressure high Critical|
Motorbike derived faults require the On-board Computer Pro option on your motorbike.
The Bike Info page displays your motorcycles VIN, next service date and distance to next service. Below your motorbike info there is an option to reset some of your motorbike’s cluster data. Currently, you can reset Trip, Fuel Economy and Average Speed Counters.
The Trips & Waypoints screen allows you to select from your saved trip logs and waypoints.
The Recorded Trips screen displays the trip logs recorded using the Start/Stop Trip Recording Quick Task. Touch the trip that you would like to view.
The Trip screen displays a map of the trip and a summary of the data recorded.
|Share||Sends the trip log in CSV format through a variety of methods.|
|Delete||Permanently removes the trip log.|
The Saved Waypoints screen displays the waypoints saved using the Save Waypoint Quick Task. Touch the waypoint that you would like to manage. + button will open the Add Waypoint Screen.
The Saved Waypoint screen displays a map with the waypoint, the date recorded, location and an editable label.
|Label||Field to assign a label to the waypoint.|
|Share||Sends a Google Maps link through a variety of methods.|
|Navigate||Routes you to the waypoint in your preferred map application.|
|Open In Map App||Open the waypoint in your preferred map application.|
|Delete||Permanently removes the saved waypoint.|
The Add Waypoint screen displays a map with a pin showing the currently selected location. To add a new waypoint either use the address lookup, or enter a lat/long or manually drop the pin on the map but touching the location on the map. When ready touch Save
The about screen provides a link to our website and the ability to send an email to support. The SEND LOGS button will format an email to WunderLINQ support, that includes device information and logs.
Music Screen Controls
|Scroll Wheel Up/Swipe Up||Next Song|
|Scroll Wheel Down/Swipe Down||Previous Song|
|Wheel Right Long Press||Play/Pause|
The Music Screen will play music from your iTunes Library or Spotify. Spotify support requires that you have the Spotify app installed and setup.
Quick Task Screen Controls
|Scroll Wheel Up/Swipe Up||Previous Task|
|Scroll Wheel Down/Swipe Down||Next Task|
|Wheel Right Long Press||Select Highlighted Task|
The Quick Tasks screen provides quick access via Wunder Wheel to some convenient functions. The task list can be customized under the App Settings.
The Settings screen provides access to all of the WunderLINQ App settings.
User Interface Settings
|Home Address:||The address set here is used by the Go Home Quick Task.|
|Favorite Phone Number:||The number set here is used by the Call Favorite Number Quick Task.|
|Data Grid Customization:||Brings you to a screen to customize the data grid on the Motorcycle Screen.|
|Quick Task Customization:||Brings you to a screen to customize the tasks on the Quick Task Screen.|
|Contact List Sorting:||Sort the contact list by First or Last Name.|
|Pressure Unit:||Select your preferred pressure unit for display.|
|Temperature Unit:||Select your preferred temperature unit for display.|
|Distance Unit:||Select your preferred distance unit for display.|
|Consumption Unit:||Select your preferred fuel consumption unit for display.|
|Bearing Unit:||Select your preferred bearing unit for compass display.|
|Time Format:||Select your preferred time format.|
|Orientation Lock:||Select the orientation to lock the UI at.|
|Display Brightness:||Set display brightness to the max when in day mode.|
|Night Mode:||Enable to turn on the white on black mode for easier on the eyes night experience. Auto uses the phone's ambient light sensor.|
|Auto Night Mode Delay:||How many seconds of darkness before enabling Night Mode.|
|Enable Fault Notifications:||Enable to turn on notifications for critical faults.|
|Custom Tire Pressure Threshold:||Override motorbike fault and use a custom pressure threshold.|
|Low Tire Pressure Threshold:||Specify a value relative to your set pressure unit.|
|Low Tire Pressure Threshold:||Specify a value relative to your set pressure unit.|
|GPS Bearing:||Select to use GPS bearing instead on compass.|
|Photo Preview:||Displays photo after capture.|
|Integrations:||Settings for 3rd party software and hardware integrations.|
|Enable Debug Logging:||Only enable if requested, and should be shut off when you are done. May cause performance issues if left on.|
Data Grid Customization
Controls display and location of datapoints on the Motorcycle Screen. Currently supported data points are below.
|Location (Latitude, Longitude)|
|Next Service Date*|
|Miles to next service*|
|Front Tire Pressure*|
|Rear Tire Pressure*|
|Motorcycle Battery Voltage*|
|Front Brake Count*|
|Rear Brake Count*|
|Current Fuel Consumption*|
|Fuel Economy One*|
|Fuel Economy Two*|
*Requires the On-board Computer Pro option on your motorcycle. **Requires the necessary sensor in your smart phone.
Quick Task Customization
Controls display and order of tasks on the Qucik Task Screen. Current task options include the following.
|Navigation:||Launches a supported 3rd party navigation app into driving mode.|
|Go Home:||Launches a supported 3rd party navigation app and routes you to the destination you’ve defined in the WundeLINQ App Settings.|
|Call Favorite Number:||Launches your phone app and dials the phone number you’ve defined in the WundeLINQ App Settings.|
|Call Contact:||Provides a list of your address book phone numbers that you can in turn call.|
|Take Photo:||Take a picture with your rear camera.|
|Take Selfie:||Take a picture with your front camera.|
|Start/Stop Recording:||Controls video recording through your devices rear camera.|
|Start/Stop Trip Log:||Controls trip logging. Trip logging includes location, phone sensor and performance data if available.|
|Save Waypoint:||Save your current location as a waypoint to be viewed later.|
|Navigate to Waypoint:||Launches a supported 3rd party navigation app and routes you to the saved waypoint.|
|Voice Assistant:||This will launch your devices Virtual Assistant so that you can provide voice commands.|
|Settings:||Launch the App Settings.|
|Home Screen:||Go to Android Home Screen.|
|Start/Stop ActionCam Recording:||Control compatible wireless cameras shutter.|
|Weather Map:||Display a zoomable weather map with precipitation overlay.|
|Navigation App:||Select preferred Navigation App.|
|Action Camera:||Select preferred Action Camera.|
|Music Player:||Select between Apple Music and Spotify.|
The HW Settings screen provides access to all of the WunderLINQ Hardware settings. Currently, these settings control how the Wunder Wheel performs.
|Wheel Type:||This is what type of wheel you have the current choices are Full and RT/K1600. Choose RT/K1600 for R12x0RTs and K1600 motorcycles, Full for everything else.|
|Hold Sensitivity:||Controls the delay for registering long presses(Full) or double clicks(RT/K1600).|
|Save Settings:||Saves the settings changes to the WunderLINQ.|
After saving your settings please remove your WunderLINQ from the cradle then reinsert to perform a full reset.
You can leverage iOS Accessibility settings to use the Wunder Wheel to navigate the iOS user interface. The iOS Settings area of interest is the Accessibility > Switch Control settings. This allows you to use a cursor to move around the user interface, and also go back to the home screen or call up Shortcuts which can take you to other apps, or trigger multiple events. To do this, when your WunderLINQ is connected to the phone, you can trigger the Switches by moving the Wonder Wheel.
|Scroll Wheel Down||Down||Move to previous item|
|Scroll Wheel Up||Up||Move to next item|
|Wheel Left||Left||Home (iOS Home screen)|
|Wheel Right||Select||iOS screen tab|
|Wheel Left Long Press||Shortcut menu||iOS Shortcuts|
|Wheel Right Long Press||App Switcher||iOS App switcher (swipe up and right, or double tab home depending on phone)|
Includes WunderLINQ support for Map Zooming and returning to the WunderLINQ App.
Open the drawer and select Settings.
Includes WunderLINQ support for complete user interface control and returning to the WunderLINQ App.
Select SETTINGS then scroll to and select REMOTE CONTROL.
GoPro Hero 3 and newer cameras shutter can be controlled via the ActionCam QuickTask. The GoPro must be paired and connected to the GoPro App on your smartphone before the WunderLINQ app can control it. Support is experimental due to limited access to cameras.
The WunderLINQ-DFU or WunderLINQ Device Firmware Updating app is ia seperate app used to update the software that actually runs on the WunderLINQ hardware. Firmware updates should only be applied if you need the new feature or bug fix.
It is very important to follow the steps as written, especially when it comes to pairing/unpairing steps.
To begin we will have your mobile device forget the WunderLINQ pairing. The initial launch screen will remind you that you will need to forget the WunderLINQ pairing and provide you with a button to open your Bluetooth settings.
Once in your Bluetooth settings find your WunderLINQ under My Devices. Touch the blue icon next to the WunderLINQ device name.
After you’ve forgotten the pairing between your WunderLINQ and mobile device you are ready to update your WunderLINQ. Start by powering up the WunderLINQ by turning on your motorbike's ignition, the WunderLINQ LED should be flashing blue.
Do not attempt to update your WunderLINQ while the motorbike is running or if your motorbike or mobile device has a low battery.
Your WunderLINQ device should be listed. If it isn't listed even after refreshing a few times, try replacing the WunderLINQ in the motobikes cradle.
When you select the WunderLINQ, iOS will request you to pair it to the WunderLINQ. At this point, you want to select Cancel.
Once connected to the WunderLINQ, we need to put it into DFU mode to accept an update. Touch the Enable DFU Mode button at the bottom of the screen. Once selected the WunderLINQ will reboot into DFU mode, this can be confirmed by a solid green LED. The app will return to the previous device list screen.
When you select the WunderLINQ, iOS will request you to pair to the WunderLINQ At this point, you want to select Pair.
After a successful pairing and connection, you are presented with the firmware upgrade screen. If running firmware >= 1.7 you will see the currently installed version. Touch Select Firmware.
After the upload has completed the WunderLINQ will reboot into its normal mode. You will now have to follow the steps to unpair the WunderLINQ again before you can repair and use the WunderLINQ app.