Looking at our data trends for VIN API, we show about 15% of all requests are for the complete data set. It's the same price as the basic data set and rich with a ton of data.
Check out the data set from this post over 1 and half years ago. On top of the basic data set's year, make and model, the complete data set comes with data like MSRP, MPG (city and highway), dealer invoice, gas tank size, etc.
We get tons of hits for basic data, but at no additional charge we also provide the complete data set. Just add a complete
=> "true" to your request. So simple and there's no performance hit.
For more information, check out or examples and faq.
Here's another look at the data elements from a comprehensive query:
If the apk is not available for download yet, you can build it yourself with the fix from here.
Step 1 - Grab the source from svn -
svn checkout http://azilink.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ azilink-read-only
Step 2 - Update the UdpDriver.java per this azilink issue.
Step 3 - Build and install the apk
# this will give you a build.xml file
android update project --target 2 --path /path/to/your/azilinkdownload/
# after plugging in your device and from your azilink project directory
ant debug install
Step 4 - Install Open VPN
sudo apt-get install openvpn
Step 5 - Grab the azilnk.ovpn file from the downloads section.
Place somewhere you won't lose it.
Step 6 - Copy this resolv.azilink file to the same place as the azilink.ovpn
Step 7 - Copy this azilink script to somewhere you can get to it
Step 8 - Start azilink on your phone.
Step 9 - Run the script from step 7.
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