Done so many adaptations, you don't need a VCDS cable with this. REMEMBER though , some adaptations require you to reset the system in the MFD otherwise it appears it has not taken effect. No brainer and saves you hundreds. Not sure why people are complaining about paying for credits with full version as they are only to use the apps and everything can be done in adaptation and long coding.
Very useful for those of us who like to tweak our vehicles settings. I've used it to code in my LED tails on my MK6 GTI, and used a couple of the "apps". I took one star off for having to purchase credits every time you want to tweak a setting WITHIN an app. It would nice if it were a single cost to purchase access to an app and tweak settings within the app as much as you want. I did have intermittent connectivity issues with my Samsung Tab S2, but didn't have those same issues with my Samsung S7 Edge. I'd rather use the bigger screen however, ESPECIALLY when coding. I don't use it for error code reading since I have a Cobb Accessport for that, but this is a handy little tool for both coding and clearing/investigating error codes. Hopefully development continues to clear up connectivity bugs, add apps for all late gens of the GTI, and eventually a long coding helper. So far, so good though.
So i actually bought this...keep getting errors on throttle body basic setting and adaptation. Bought this product just to do that and now im stuck. Will be looking for a refund. It is basically a good VW specific scanner though
Good in theory, pretty terrible in practice. In the two weeks of owning it, I've gotten a full diagnostic scan to work exactly twice, and that was talking to support multiple times. They also couldn't even tell me what the problem was. Tried on two different phones, several reinstalls of the app, repeatedly having to delete the cache on the app and Bluetooth... Support really needs more people, I usually wouldn't get a response for days. (They're based in Europe, I'm in the US, I understand not immediately responding, but days?) There really needs to be more documentation. There's not really any troubleshooting guidelines if it doesn't work out of the box like it's supposed to. For example to scan certain modules, the care has to be on but not running, door's unlocked, and headlights off. I also suspect air and radio have to be off, as that's the only way it would scan for me. But nothing told me that, it was all guessing on my part. In short, this is a brilliant idea that looks sleek and I'd imagine is great if it worked more often than not, but it's suffering from such a small team. It feels like a pre alpha build that was dressed up as a finished product. As soon as the bugs are worked out, more documentation is added, and more customer support is implemented, it probably will be great... But it's not there yet.
A decent portable obd scanner - programming device. Much cheaper than vcds. Developers should consider adding long coding bits descriptions - helper. It's a great minus for the app that leaves you "blind" clicking checkboxes. I know you can find a few info on the internet regarding long coding codes (not for all car models) but for a non experienced user like me it's a nice to have thing. Or you should consider making apps free for the pro users (my modest opinion, i understand your needs for a few extra €€). Besides that the app has a very nice ui and the history log for the changes is a good feature for knowing what you 've done and also for rollback purposes.
Have an old 1999 Audi A4 Quattro and this works well. Only thing I would like to see added is an E-Mail ALL the scan results or at least be able to save them to a file [Edit] ... Thanks for the reply ... that worked just fine ... Old eyeballs on my end ... I should have seen that :)
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