Make sure the bluetooth button/light is on and open the app on your device. If it doesn't try to connect immediately, select the options button on the app and go to "Connect". That's what i do on my Droid 2.
For me, CPU Temp is still unreliable, so asus probe, fan xpert and q-fan are useless.
At full load I monitor the temperature using the cores temps in programs like everest, core temp, real temp or fan speed, avoiding temperatures above 75ÂºC.
Keep in mind that the cores temperatures are usually only used to throttle the cpu in overheating situations. These values are reasonably accurate from 70ÂºC, and really accurate from 90ÂºC. Disregard the idle temperature values. To compensate this, with 1102 bios, CPU Temp appears to be accurate in constant idle temperature.
I am on 1005 and I don't think I'll update till I see a new BIOS I like.
I was under the impression it was the opposite and I should be going off CPU temp (as in PC PROBE) for full load, because it reports something higher than HW Monitor says for the cores...and it would be impossible for the cores to be lower than the CPU lol.
Ah, now everything switched...during the day when the ambients were slightly warmer (I have my 240 radiator sucking air directly from the window) I loaded @ 72-76* CPU temp in PC Probe, and 65* core's in HW Monitor. That seems impossible.
Now at night, I am loading at 44* CPU temp constant in PC Probe and ~59* on the cores in HW Monitor.
I believed the 76* CPU Temp earlier because I have a 1.4 vcore currently, but it seems the cores are what I should be referencing?
Right now at night it seems my ambient is 23*C and the temp of my water tubes is 22*C