No it only codes maintenance items. I forgot to mention that. Sorry. The absolute easiest way to code one is using Carl for BMWs on the iPhone. In less than 60 seconds I can code something with it. The only drawback with the software is the learning curve. Carly does diagnostics but they suck for that. But it can reset any control unit. The Foxwell/Schwaben is basically INPA in a hand held scanner. You have to use ncs expert with the software and it has a decent learning curve. What are you mainly going to be using this to do? Mabe I can recommend what tool you need for your needs.
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Thanks but I am not asking for the difference between schwaben and foxwell - I am asking about foxwell vs bimmergeeks protools. Obviously protools allows coding, but that aside want to know the differences on the diagnostic end.
Thanks. This is what I wanted to know.Put it this way, I probably won’t ever need the foxwell scanner again. I have all the diagnostic capability with Protool and I can code ecu modules if I need too. If you have a compatible e series car, don’t waste money on the foxwell scanner. I even have the BimmerGeeks Bluetooth adapter and it is super fast bus access compared to cables.
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