Foxwell nt510 bmw vs. bmw INPA
– that the nt510 foxwell scanner is like INPA cable– for those that don’t know, INPA is a diagnostic tool typically used with a laptop and a special OBD2 cable. It can be tricky to set up (I have used it on my R58 and an R50) but it’s capable of an amazing array of diagnostics and controls.
This scanner is SO MUCH EASIER to use than INPA.
Plug in the scanner and it’ll turn on, bringing you to the main screen. Speaking of screen, it is not a touch-screen. Navigation is done using the soft-touch buttons, which feel like… one of those universal TV remote controls with the comically large buttons. I had no issues navigating; all button presses react quickly and there’s no lag that I can detect.
Once it’s on (again, takes maybe two seconds to turn on) you choose your model (in this case, MINI – it also does BMW, and, inexplicably, Rolls Royce) At that point, you get the VIN, either through an automatic scan (my preference), entering it manually, or “manual selection”
– If you don’t have the computer skills (nor do you want them) to be able to install and use NCSexpert, INPA, tool32. You are recommeNded to have one Foxwell NT510 for BMW scanner which is handheld without connecting to the computer, NT510 sales for $149 free shipping worldwide, which is more expensive than INPA although, NT510 is more powerful in function it not only works as a diagnostic tool but also a coding programming tool, and it comes with one manufacture software as default, and allowed to pay only $69/per vehicle manufacutures including AU FORD, BMW, Chrysler, Fiat, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Holden, Land Rover, OPEL, Toyota and VAG.
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