That's great to know! I've been getting a cat code but it hasn't come back. Apparently my brother saw white smoke from my exhaust from a "cold start" as in was sitting over night. Is that okay?Yes, everything looks within spec. The biggest items I looked at were Long Term Fuel Trim %, Short Term trims, and throttle angle. Trim values should be + or - 10%, not exceeding those ranges in either direction. Yours are pretty low and don't raise eye brows. Throttle angle is sitting at a reasonable value. Additionally, engine idle speed is within the FWD spec (680-800 RPM,) and engine temperature is within its proper range. All the green COMPLETE values on the last image indicate that those systems have passed the OBDII "Readiness" tests that emission testing inspection places usually check. The car is able to take readings from multiple sensors to come to the conclusion that those emission components are within spec of the manufacturers design.
All the other information changes in real time usually, such as O2 sensors, mass air flow sensor reading, engine RPM, engine load calculation, etc.
Specific VAG specific links for reference:
Fuel Trim Info - Ross-Tech Wiki
Throttle Body Alignment (TBA) - Ross-Tech Wiki
White smoke is usually indicative of condensation in the exhaust or PCV system, which is pretty normal. I wouldn't be alarmed by a little bit.That's great to know! I've been getting a cat code but it hasn't come back. Apparently my brother saw white smoke from my exhaust from a "cold start" as in was sitting over night. Is that okay?