Preliminary support for model-year 2019 cars
... specifically the MQB-based Jetta that is now available in North America.
Completely revised and
revamped ASAM/ODX Data
... and changes to the VCDS software needed to accommodate
Adds a search box to the
Auto-Scan's Chassis Selection function
... allowing the user to type a search phrase that will
limit the ever-growing list of chassis codes in the
Added support for new 16-bit
"5 baud" control module addresses.
thankfully, they don't actually get sent at 5 baud.
Added automatic re-read of
channels in SRI
... allowing the post-SRI state to be saved for posterity.
Fixed certain internal data size limitations
... that previously affected very large measuring value data.
Improved session timeout detection
... and fixed delay when starting Auto-Scan after having previously accessed a module.
Fixed startup delay when PC
is connected to a network without internet access.
Allow for an arbitrary number of "zones" for flash counters in Advanced ID
... previously limited to 3 zones.
Fix for some late-model, southern-hemisphere cars that still require ECU access via K-Line.
... yes, seriously, 2017 model cars!
Warn when user attempts to "Reset all
Adaptations" in UDS basic settings and adaptation
... some of these channels will wipe out a module's parameterization and it's a really bad idea to do that.
Improvements to 6R, 5N chassis detection
Improved automation of Transport Mode switching for UDS gateways
... for customers who seem to be incapable of searching for "Transport" in the gateway's adaptation channels.
Added VCIConfig to the system menu of main screen.
... also improved detection of "soft-bricked" HEX-NET and HEX-V2 interfaces to auto-launch VCIConfig:
Added the ability for a user
to override automatic platform detection via MyAutoScan.txt
... intended primarily for people who retrofit UDS
modules into cars where they don't belong, resulting in VCDS
not finding a ROD file, but also also useful in those cases
where VCDS might misidentify a platform due to unexpected VIN
OBD-II maps now include Mode 9 data.
New version of Niels
Ezerman's VCDSScan toolbox