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Old 12-17-2019, 09:33 AM
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Yes, it has all of the features of FlashScan V2/AutoCal (which both do standalone flashing) plus more.



Yes, this is EXACTLY what we currently offer if FlashScan V2 breaks/requires replacement. As per the current process, you cannot active your new device until the old device is returned.





There is no reason to update unless you choose to. V2/AutoCal will continue to function and continue to be supported. We've introduced new hardware because components on FlashScan V2/AutoCal are now obsolete. Once we are out of stock for AutoCal V2, all AutoCal shipments will be on AutoCal V3.







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In a throw away society, we've taken the view that we don't want customers throw away their V2 just to update to the latest. It's simply not necessary - V2 remains fully supported and fully functional.



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Once we are out of stock for AutoCal V2, all AutoCal shipments will be on AutoCal V3.



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Will the ACv3 be compatible with the FSv2? At some point it looks like we will only be able to get the ACv3 and need to make sure our FSv2 will still do the job we need it to do.......
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Will the ACv3 be compatible with the FSv2? At some point it looks like we will only be able to get the ACv3 and need to make sure our FSv2 will still do the job we need it to do.......
You'll be able to link/unlink AutoCals and lock/unlock tune files across the suite of EFILive products provided the master license is the same, so yes your FlashScan V2 can link AutoCals.

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Perfect thx ^^
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