FLEX currently supports more than 9,000 vehicles and users can rely on the release of new SW protocols by MMS for this tool every two weeks to make sure they are always up-to-date in their field. The Full package of software functions for FLEX in Master version includes: ECU OBD, TCU OBD/Bench, BDM MPC5xx, Bench BOSCH MEDC17 + Bootloader Tricore, BL Nexus MPC5xxx, Renesas SH705x, BL Siemens C165/166/167, BL ST10, JTAG NEC 76F00xx & Infineon TC17xx
Full package of software functions for Flex in Master version, that
includes: ECU OBD, TCU OBD/Bench, BDM MPC5xx, Bench BOSCH
MEDC17 + Bootloader Tricore, BL Nexus MPC5xxx, Renesas SH705x,
BL Infineon C165/166/167, BL ST10, JTAG NEC 76F00xx.
What is the difference between a MASTER and SLAVE tool?
The FLEX Master tool has no limitation of file formats. The Master user works with plaintext files and .bin formats that are both editable with any type of software. Furthermore, the Master has the possibility to use the file modification services offered by MAGICMOTORSPORT and have access to 300 free Green coins per month as well as benefit from full MMS Tech Support.
The FLEX SLAVE tool can only work with encrypted files and therefore the user does not have the ability to access the content and cannot edit them. Any types of modification required by the Slave user must be forwarded to their Master who can encrypt and decrypt their files.
The Slave tool must be linked to a Master one. This Master can either be chosen by the Slave user or be recommended by MAGICMOTORSPORT based on the general geographical area of the Slave user.
Once the Master has been chosen, the Slave user will be exclusively linked to that Master for any operation that requires the modification of files. The Slave user benefits from basic MMS Tech Support and all support requests must first be handled by their Master.
How to install FLEX
How to install the drivers
How to read and write an edc17 in bench mode