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.
You have really got to get rid of the credit system. It relegates your product to another cheesy money sink app. It takes away any satisfaction of even purchasing your obd2 device knowing you're just gonna get nickel and dimed everytime you use it. I would've paid more for the unit had I had the prospect of having a cool app to use freely but you don't give any buyer that opportunity. It's a bad profit model. You really need to change it.
There are several sensors that are installed in my car that the OBDEleven detects as not being installed rendering the app changes useless. I enjoyed being able to to do coding but it required a lot more research than should have been required for an adapter that cost as much as it did. I'm hoping for changes in the future that apply to my B6 A4, but I'm not holding my breath.
Would have given a better rating but I am extremely disappointed. No description on sensors. Keeps giving errors when changing pages. Also doesn't recognize the features installed on cars. Have both a vr6 and an a4. For what I paid for the adapter my cheap odb scanner does a better job at this point.
Essentially a replacement for vag-com for long coding. The apps are nice to have for quick things, especially when helping out friends. But the long coding in the pro version is outstanding. Windows up/down from key fob, true ESC disable, adjust XDS, kill the soundaktor, lighting system tweaks and many many more wonderful tweaks done immediately after receiving it. All the coding is easily found online or on forums, search around and learn how to do long coding, it's a breeze! mk7 gti
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.
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