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Thread: E67 Scantool PIDs always invalid

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    Default E67 Scantool PIDs always invalid

    I am doing a ZR1 and having some issues with the scantool PID for the E67 and they are all invalid.
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    All PID's invalid or just DMA PID's?
    I just tested an E67 here and it connected and validated PID's fine.

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    Just the DMA

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    I can't make out the OS you have on that picture, but all DMA PID's are OS specific, meaning unless I have defined them, they won't show up. But it's your lucky day, I was working on DMA PID's this week.


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    Looks like the OS in the picture is 12635947.
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    12635947

    Yes... The funny thing was that it WAS working a few updates ago!
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