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Old 06-12-2016, 06:34 PM
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Updated to 16.2 and now the automatic brake bleed function for 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee does not work. Tried it with my MODIS Ultra 15.4 and it works perfect. Anyone else having trouble?
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Sounds kinda like a Maxi update, any Chinglish?
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What is a Maxi update?
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Referring to a Chinese scan tool company that names a lot of their scan tools start with Maxi-.... Lot of vehicle coverage but some of the software is hit or miss and some updates allegedly had lost some functions
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Got it Thanks.
Snap-On Scanners are made in Taiwan and all the adapters and cable say made in Korea so the software likely is from some Chinese company.
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so the software likely is from some Chinese company.
Actually, that is not true. There are software writers here in the USA that put together the code that allows you to use a device that may have been MANUFACTURED overseas. Like anything made by a human, mistakes can and will be made.
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Got it Thanks.
Snap-On Scanners are made in Taiwan and all the adapters and cable say made in Korea so the software likely is from some Chinese company.
You know how an assumption works, right?

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Actually, that is not true. There are software writers here in the USA that put together the code that allows you to use a device that may have been MANUFACTURED overseas. Like anything made by a human, mistakes can and will be made.
Exactly true. I know some of them, and they are working quite hard (here is the USA) to make their products the best they can be.
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Sorry for the incorrect assumption on the software.
I'm glad to hear it's being written in the USA!
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