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  • Offline varnerju

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    PC Version?
    on: 10 April, 2023, 03:56:17 pm
    10 April, 2023, 03:56:17 pm
    I haven't connected to the bike with my newest laptop. I thought I remembered it being as simple as downloading, installing and off to the races. I've got a code that I want to clear, not doing anything fancy. (And I know I messed up the O2 sensor, it's been replaced, and I don't want to talk about it  :013: )

    All the documentation I see on the TuneECU website is about an Android app, and even downloading a previous version the file is an APK? My windows machine doesn't know what to do with that.

    Also, Sticky should get updated to TUNEECU.NET (not dot com anymore).

    Am I missing a link somewhere on there for the windows version? Is there another place to get TuneECU?

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    Re: PC Version?
    Reply #1 on: 10 April, 2023, 04:34:35 pm
    10 April, 2023, 04:34:35 pm
    TuneEcu Windows version is no longer supported.
    But I have it still running on my old netbook with Windows XP.
    On the other hand I have used the Android version with BT ODB adapter on my Samsung Tablets and smartphones on several Triumph models ranging from a 2008 Sprint ST 1050 up to my 2022 Tiger Sport 660.
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    Re: PC Version?
    Reply #2 on: 10 April, 2023, 08:30:33 pm
    10 April, 2023, 08:30:33 pm
    The Windows one is around if you look for it, although TBH I found it a bit of a pain getting it to talk to the Lonelec OBD / USB adapter.  Needed to mess with the drivers every single time I connected it.  I bought a USB-C to USB-A adapter for a couple of quid from eBay as an experiment and my Kindle Fire connected instantly.  If I ever need to use it again (I only wanted it to change back to standard map after re-fitting the OEM exhaust) then I’d probably just swallow the €20 or whatever and buy the Android one.

    I have the paid-for DealerTool OBD widget and software for resetting service indicators and warning lights and whatnot - Tigertool wasn’t around at the time I bought that, but that also does most things (including tyre pressure sensors) and is free.  I downloaded it and it works a treat too.  Apart from ECU mapping, there’s no real need to use TuneECU.
    Last Edit: 10 April, 2023, 08:46:45 pm by Mike_B