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Safety Information For your own safety and the safety of others, and to prevent damage to the device and vehicles upon which it is used, it is important that the safety instructions presented throughout this manual be read and understood by all persons operating or coming into contact with the device. There are various procedures, techniques, tools, and parts for servicing vehicles, as well as in the skill of the person doing the work.
Safety Instructions The safety messages herein cover situations Autel is aware of. Autel cannot know, evaluate or advise you as to all of the possible hazards. You must be certain that any condition or service procedure encountered does not jeopardize your personal safety. DANGER When an engine is operating, keep the service area WELL VENTILATED or attach a building exhaust removal system to the engine exhaust system.
Refer to the service manual for the vehicle being serviced and adhere to all diagnostic procedures and precautions. Failure to do so may result in personal injury or damage to the test equipment. To avoid damaging the test equipment or generating false data, make sure the vehicle battery is fully charged and the connection to the vehicle DLC is clean and secure. Do not place the test equipment on the distributor of the vehicle. Strong electro-magnetic interference can damage the equipment.
CONTENTS 1 USING THIS MANUAL ............................................................................ 1 CONVENTIONS ........................................................................................... 1 2 GENERAL INTRODUCTION.................................................................... 3 MAXIPRO MP808 DISPLAY TABLET .............................................................. 3 OTHER ACCESSORIES .................................................................................
PRINTING SETTING.....................................................................................69 FIRMWARE UPGRADE .................................................................................72 NOTIFICATION CENTER ...............................................................................72 AUTO UPDATE...........................................................................................73 SYSTEM SETTINGS.....................................................................................
1 Using This Manual This manual contains device usage instructions. Some illustrations shown in this manual may contain modules and optional equipment that are not included in your system. Contact your sales representative for availability of other modules and optional tools or accessories. Conventions The following conventions are used. Bold Text Bold text is used to highlight selectable items such as buttons and menu options. Example: Tap OK.
IMPORTANT indicates a situation which, if not avoided, may result in damage to the test equipment or vehicle. Example: IMPORTANT Keep the cable away from heat, oil, sharp edges and moving parts. Replace damaged cables immediately. Hyperlink Hyperlinks, or links, that take you to other related articles, procedures, and illustrations are available in electronic documents. Blue italic text indicates a selectable hyperlink and blue underlined text indicates a website link or an email address link.
2 General Introduction Based on the Android operating system, MaxiPRO MP808 is featured with an extensive coverage of OE-level diagnostics. Installed with a fast quad-core processor, MP808 offers maximum convenience and efficiency for your diagnosis and analysis. The intuitive user interface makes using the device effortless through a 7-inch LCD touchscreen that displays at 1024 x 600 quality.
communicating/linking with the vehicle’s systems. The power LED displays green, yellow or red depending on power level and operating state. A. B. Green Illuminates green when the Display Tablet is charging and the battery level is above 90%. Illuminates green when the Display Tablet is powered on and the battery level is above 15%. Yellow Illuminates yellow when the Display Tablet is charging and the battery level is below 90%. C.
Figure 2-3 Display Tablet Top View 8. Mini USB OTG Port 9. Micro SD Card Slot – holds the micro SD card. 10. DB15-Pin Port – connects the main cable. 11. USB Port 12. Lock/Power Button – turns the device on & off with long press, or locks the screen with short press.
Technical Specifications Table 2-1 Specifications Item Description Recommended Use Indoor Operating System AndroidTM 4.4.4 Processor Cortex-A9 processor (1.5 GHz) Memory 32GB Display 7-inch LCD capacitive 1024x600 resolution Mini USB 2.0 USB 2.0 Wi-Fi Micro SD card (supports up to 32GB) Connectivity Sensors Audio Input/Output Power and Battery touchscreen Ambient light changing sensor for brightness with auto Input: N/A Output: buzzer 3.
Dimensions (W x H x D) 237.8 mm (9.4”) x 148.6 mm (5.9”) x 35.5 mm (1.4”) Net Weight 788 g (1.74 lb.) Supported Automotive Protocols ISO9141-2, ISO14230-2,ISO15765, K/L-Line, Flashing Code, SAE-J1850 VPW, SAE-J1850 PWM, ISO11898(Highspeed, Middlespeed, Lowspeed and Singlewire CAN,fault-tolerant CAN), SAE J2610,GM UART,UART Echo Byte Protocol, Honda Diag-H Protocol, TP2.0, TP1.6 Other Accessories Main Cable The Main Cable connects the Display Tablet to the vehicle’s data link connector (DLC).
User Manual Tool operations instructions. Quick Reference Guide Devices connection and diagnostic software update instructions.
3 Getting Started Ensure the Display Tablet is sufficiently charged or is connected to the external power supply (see Power Sources on page 5). NOTE The images and illustrations depicted in this manual may differ slightly from the actual ones. Powering Up Long press the Lock/Power button on the top right of the tablet to power on the unit. The power LED light will illuminate green. The system boots up and displays the lock screen.
The tablet screen is locked by default when first powered on. It is recommended to lock the screen to protect the information in the system and reduce the power consumption. The touch screen navigation is menu driven, enabling quick access to functions and features by tapping on options headings and answering dialog windows. Detailed descriptions of the menu structures are found in application chapters. Application Buttons Descriptions of the tool applications are displayed in the table below.
Button Name Description Support Launches the Support platform which synchronizes Autel’s on-line service base station with the MaxiPRO tablet. See Support on page 79 for details. Academy Accesses technical tutorials and training articles about the device or vehicle diagnostic techniques. See Academy on page 87 for details. Remote Desk Configures the unit to receive remote support using the TeamViewer application program. See Remote Desk on page 88 for details.
Button Name Description Recent Apps Displays a list of applications that are currently in use. Tap an App icon to launch. To remove an app, swipe it to the top or bottom. Chrome Launches the Android built-in browser. Screenshot Takes a screenshot when you want to save the displayed information. MaxiPRO Home Returns to MaxiPRO Job Menu from other Android applications. Diagnostic Shortcut Returns to the Diagnostic screen from other operations.
System Settings Launches the Android System Settings screen when pressed. Powering Down All vehicle communications must be terminated before shutting down the Display Tablet. A warning message displays if you attempt to shut down the Display Tablet when it is communicating with the vehicle. Forcing a shutdown while communicating may lead to ECM problems on some vehicles. Please exit the Diagnostics application before powering down. To power down the display tablet 1. Long press the Lock/Power button.
4 Diagnostics The Diagnostics application can retrieve ECU information, read & erase DTCs, and view live data. The Diagnostics application can access the electronic control unit (ECU) for various vehicle control systems including engine, transmission, antilock brake system (ABS), airbag system (SRS). Getting Started Ensure a communication link is established between the test vehicle and the Display Tablet via the main cable.
Top Toolbar Buttons The operations of the toolbar buttons at the top of the screen are listed and described in the table below: Table 4-1 Top Toolbar Buttons Button Name Description Home Returns to the MaxiPRO Job Menu. VIN Scan Provides a fast way to identify the test vehicle. See Auto VIN Scan on page 16 for details. All Displays all the vehicle makes in the vehicle menu. History Displays the stored test vehicle history records. See Vehicle History on page 57.
4. Manual Selection Auto VIN Scan The MaxiCheck diagnostic system features the latest VIN-based Auto VIN Scan function to identify vehicles and scan all the diagnosable ECUs and run diagnostics on the selected system. This function is compatible with 2006 and newer vehicles. To perform Auto VIN Scan 1. Tap the Diagnostics application button from the MaxiPRO Job Menu. The Vehicle Menu displays. 2. Tap the VIN Scan button on the top toolbar to open the dropdown list.
Table 4-3 Sample Auto Detect Screen 4. 5. Tap OK to confirm the vehicle profile or NO if the information is not correct. Figure 4-4 Sample Vehicle Profile Screen The tool establishes communication with the vehicle and reads the control unit information. Choose Auto Scan to scan all the test vehicles’ available systems or tap Control Unit to access a specific system to diagnose.
Figure 4-5 Sample Diagnostic Screen Manual VIN Input For vehicles not supporting the Auto VIN Scan function, you may manually enter the vehicle VIN. To perform Manual VIN Input 1. Tap the Diagnostics application button from the MaxiPRO Job Menu. The Vehicle Menu displays. 2. Tap the VIN Scan button on the top toolbar to open the dropdown list. 3. Select Manual Input. 4. Tap the input box and enter the correct VIN.
5. Tap Done. Once the vehicle is identified, the Vehicle Diagnostics screen displays. 6. Tap Cancel to exit Manual Input. Automatic Selection The Auto VIN Scan can be selected after selecting the test vehicle manufacturer. Figure 4-7 Sample Selection Screen To perform Automatic Selection 1. Tap the Diagnostics application button from the MaxiPRO Job Menu. The Vehicle Menu displays. 2. Tap the manufacturer button of the test vehicle. 3.
needed, press the Back button at the bottom right corner of the screen to return to previous screen. Navigation Navigating the Diagnostics interface and selecting test are discussed in this section. Diagnostics Screen Layout Figure 4-8 Sample Diagnostics Screen The diagnostic screens typically include four sections. 1. Diagnostics Toolbar 2. Status Information Bar 3. Main Section 4. Functional Buttons Diagnostics Toolbar The Diagnostics Toolbar contains a number of buttons such as print and save.
Table 4-2 Diagnostics Toolbar Buttons Button Name Description Home Returns to the MaxiPRO Job Menu. Vehicle Swap Exits the service session of the currently identified test vehicle and returns to the vehicle menu screen. Settings Opens the settings screen. See Settings on page 68 for details. Print Prints a copy of the displayed data. See Tap the Home button on the top left corner to return to the MaxiCheck Job Menu, or tap another setting to adjust. Printing Setting on page 69 for details.
Menu. The Data Logging button on the diagnostic toolbar is available throughout the Diagnostics operations. 2. Tap the Data Logging button. The button displays blue during the active recording process. 3. Tap the Data Logging button again to end recording. A submission form will display for inputting of the report information. 4. Tap the Send button to submit the report form via the Internet. A confirmation message displays when the report has been successful sent.
Confirmation Messages This type of messages usually displays as an “Information” screen, to inform the user that a selected action cannot be reversed or when an action has been initiated and confirmation is needed to continue. When a user-response is not required to continue, the message displays briefly. Warning Messages This type of messages displays a warning that a selected action may result in an irreversible change or loss of data. An example of this type of message is the “Erase Codes” message.
Figure 4-9 Sample Main Menu 1. Diagnosis – a comprehensive section which includes all available functions: reading, clearing, saving and printing diagnostic information, as well as performing active tests and special functions. 2. Hot Function – a separate section designed to perform vehicle scheduled service and maintenMance, such as to reset the service lights and perform calibration for various systems.
Auto Scan The Auto Scan function performs a comprehensive scanning over all the ECUs in the vehicle’s ECU to locate systems faults and retrieve DTCs. An example of Auto Scan interface is pictured as below: Figure 4-10 Sample Auto Scan Operation Screen 1. Navigation Bar 2. Main Section 3. Functional Buttons Navigation Bar List Tab – displays the scanned data in list format. Progress Bar – indicates the test progress. Main Section Column 1 – displays the sequence numbers.
present; “#” indicates the number of the detected faults. Pass | No Fault: Indicates the system has passed the scanning process and no fault has been detected. Column 4 – to perform further diagnosis or testing on a specific system item, tap the ○ > button to the right of that item. A Function Menu screen will display. Functional Buttons A brief description of the Auto Scan’s Functional Buttons’ operations are displayed in the table below.
Control Units Manually locate a required control system for testing through a series of choices. Follow the menu driven procedures and make proper selections; the application guides the user to the proper diagnostic function menu based on selections. Figure 4-11 Sample Function Menu The Function Menu options vary slightly for different vehicles. The function menu may include: ECU Information – provides the retrieved ECU information in detail. An information screen opens upon selection.
NOTE Toolbar functions such as saving and printing of the test results can be performed throughout diagnostic testing. Data logging and access to help information are also available. To perform a diagnostic function 1. Establish communication with the test vehicle. 2. Identify the test vehicle by selecting from the menu options. 3. Select the Diagnosis section. 4. Locate the required system for testing by Auto Scan or through menu driven selections in Control Units. 5.
Read Codes This function retrieves and displays the DTCs from the vehicle’s control system. The Read Codes screen varies for each vehicle being tested. On some vehicles, freeze frame data can also be retrieved for viewing. The sample Read Codes screen displays as below: Figure 4-13 Sample Read Codes Screen 1. Diagnostics Toolbar Buttons – see Table 4-2 Diagnostics Toolbar Buttons on page 21 for detailed descriptions of the operations for each button. 2. Main Section 3.
Erase Codes After reading the retrieved codes and making appropriate vehicle repairs, use this function to erase vehicle codes. To erase codes 1. Tap Erase Codes from the Function Menu. 2. A warning message displays to advise of data loss if this function is completed. a) Tap Yes to continue. A confirming screen displays when the operation is successfully done. b) Tap No to exit. 3. Tap ESC on the confirming screen to exit Erase Codes. 4.
Figure 4-14 Sample Live Data Screen 1. Diagnostics Toolbar Buttons – tap the drop-down button at the top center of the screen and the toolbar buttons will display. See Table 4-2 Diagnostics Toolbar Buttons on page 21 for detailed descriptions of the operations for each button. 2. Main Section Name Column – displays the parameter names. a) Check Box – tap the check box on the left side of the parameter name to make item selection. Tap the check box again to deselect the item.
mode, and one Help button on the right for access to additional information. Each parameter item displays the selected mode independently. 1) Analog Gauge Mode – displays the parameters in the form of an analog meter graph. 2) Text Mode – this is the default mode which displays the parameters text, displaying in list format. NOTE Status parameters, such as a switch reading, can primarily be viewed in text form such as ON, OFF, ACTIVE, and ABORT.
To edit the waveform color and line thickness in a data graph 3. 1. Select 1 to 3 parameter items to display in Waveform Graph mode. 2. Tap the Zoom-in Button on the right to display the data graph in full screen. 3. Select a parameter item on the left column. 4. Select a desired sample color from the middle column. 5. Select a desired sample line thickness from the right column. 6. Repeat step 3-5 to edit the waveform for each parameter item. 7.
Show – tap this option to switch between the two options; one displays the selected parameter items, the other displays all the available items. Setting – tap this button to access setting menu to set the trigger mode, recording duration and threshold values for data recording, and define other control settings. Figure 4-15 Sample Setting Mode in Live Data There are four navigation buttons on top of the Setting mode screen.
4. Tap on the right side of the MIN button and enter the required minimum value. 5. Tap on the right side of the MAX button and enter the required maximum value. 6. Tap the ON/OFF button on the right side of the Buzzer Alarm button to turn it on or off. 7. Tap Done to save the setting and return to the Live Data screen; or tap Cancel to exit without saving.
of time. 5. Tap the ○ > button on the right of Trigger Point bar and select a relative percentage of a record length to be reserved before the data recording start point. 6. Tap Done to save the setting and return to the Live Data screen; or tap Cancel to cancel without saving and exit Setting. Done Button – confirms and saves the setting, and returns to the Live Data screen. Cancel Button – cancels the setting operation and returns to the Live Data screen.
Figure 4-16 Sample Active Test Screen The functional buttons at the lower right corner of the Active Test screen manipulate the test signals. The operational instructions are displayed on the main section of the test screen. Simply follow the on-screen instructions and make appropriate selections to complete the tests. Each time when an operation is successfully executed, message such as “Command Finished”, “Activation Successful”, or something similar displays.
Figure 4-17 Sample Special Functions Screen Hot Functions The Service section is specially designed to provide you with quick access to the vehicle systems for various scheduled service and maintenance performances. The typical service operation screen is a series of menu driven executive commands.
oil is changed, so the system can calculate when the next oil change is required. Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) Service This function allows you to quickly look up the tire sensor IDs from the vehicle’s ECU, as well as to perform TPMS programming and reset procedures after tire sensors are replaced. Electric Parking Brake (EPB) Service This function has a multitude of usages to maintain the electronic braking system safely and effectively.
Generic OBD II Operations A fast-access option for OBD II/EOBD vehicle diagnosis is available on the Vehicle Menu screen. This option presents a quick way to check for DTCs, isolate the cause of an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL), check monitor status prior to emissions certification testing, verify repairs, and perform a number of other services that are emissions-related.
Figure 4-18 Sample OBD II Diagnostic Menu NOTE Tapping the ○ i button displayed beside the function name to an information bubble with additional function information. 4. Select a function option to continue. DTC & FFD I/M Readiness Live Data O2 Sensor Monitor On-Board Monitor Component Test Vehicle Information Vehicle Status NOTE Not all functions are supported by all vehicles.
DTC & FFD When this function is selected, the screen displays a list of Stored and Pending Codes. A snowflake button will display on the right side of the DTC item when the Freeze Frame data is available for viewing. Tap Clear DTC to erase codes. Figure 4-19 Sample DTC & FFD Screen Stored Codes Stored codes are the current emission-related DTCs from the ECM of the vehicle. OBD II/EOBD Codes have a priority according to their emission severity with higher priority codes overwriting lower priority codes.
faulty component or system. If test results indicate another failure after additional driving, then a DTC is set to indicate a faulty component or system and the MIL is illuminated. Freeze Frame Typically, the stored frame is the last DTC that occurred. Certain DTCs that have a greater impact on vehicle emission, have a higher priority. In these cases, the top prioritized DTC is the one for which the freeze frame records are retained.
O2 Sensor Monitor This option allows retrieval and viewing of O2 sensor monitor test results for the most recently performed tests from the vehicle’s on-board computer. The O2 Sensor Monitor test function is not supported by vehicles which communicate using a controller area network (CAN). For O2 Sensor Monitor tests results of CAN-equipped vehicles, refer to On-Board Monitor. On-Board Monitor Use this option to view the results of On-Board Monitor tests.
NOTE Damage to the vehicle electronic control module (ECM) may occur if communication is disrupted. Make sure all connections, such as USB cable and wireless connection, are properly connected at all times during testing. Exit all tests before disconnecting the test connection or powering down the tool. To exit the Diagnostics application 1. From an active diagnostic screen, tap the Back or ESC functional button to exit a diagnostic session step-by-step. 2.
5 MaxiFix The MaxiFix application launches the on-line troubleshooter database, which not only provides you virtually all common diagnostic trouble code (DTC) database for most vehicles, but also serves as a forum allowing you to network with other MaxiCheck users, and gives you access to a vast database of repair and diagnostic tips along with proven filed fixes.
to select vehicles and perform searches. 2. The Main Screen – located at the center of the screen displaying content based on the vehicle attributes and keywords specified. The tabs on the main screen vary in accordance with the section selected on the Navigation Menu, allowing you to switch between functions. 3. The Navigation Menu – the main menu at the bottom of the screen, which provides you access to different sections of MaxiFix.
6. Select the engine of the vehicle from the list. After completing the vehicle selection procedure, the identified vehicle is shown on the Header. Terminology MaxiFix Tip A MaxiFix Tip provides practical information of real fix of a specific vehicle repair issue with detailed descriptions. It is combined with proven fix and vehicle specific data, and filed into an all-in-one information source to provide you with quick and easy repair solutions.
diagnostic assessment by making clear the nature of an automotive problem so that beginner and advanced technicians can make effective repairs. b) Real Fix Tips – provides repair tips from actual shop practices and are presented in an easy to understand Complaint, Cause, Correction format. If you still can’t find the information you want, you can ask the MaxiFix community for help by clicking Ask on the Navigation Menu at the bottom of the screen.
Customer Service by email. Home Home is the first option on the Navigation Menu at the bottom of the screen. Tapping it opens your MaxiFix home page. There is a list of questions posted on the community and you can scroll down the page to the bottom and view more questions by tapping View More. Click on any question and you will be linked to the detailed page in the Ask section.
1. Click Select Vehicle on the Header to specify the vehicle you are asking about. 2. Click Ask on the Navigation Menu at the bottom of the screen to open the Ask page. 3. On the Ask page find Ask for Help, fill in the following sections to ask a question. The Ask page has four sections: Subject – this is where you enter a brief subject for the question. My Question – ask a clear and concise question that you want to ask the community.
My Profile – allows you to view your Autel account information including: your Autel ID, personal information, MaxiFix score, phone number and register time, and edit your portrait. Vehicle Preference – used to set up a list of preferred vehicles. The preferred list allows you to limit the choices that are displayed on the Select Vehicle list to specific years and makes. Click Set Year or Set Make to set your preferred models.
View Profile Information You can view your personal profile by clicking on your account ID or My Profile in My MaxiFix section or edit portrait where applicable, and visit other community members’ profile by clicking their portrait. Information included in your profile determines how you are presented to the community, and what type of information will be sent to you from the community.
question. Close a Question When a repair question that you've posted to the community is resolved, you are encouraged to write down the case as a way to share a good solution. This will help the other MaxiFix members to find useful information for practical fix. To close a question, you need to select the question’s response message from the message list on My Messages page first, then tap Adopted Answer and select Close Question.
To allow the administrator to respond to your question or issue, the following information should be provided: Your name A contact email address A contact phone number 55
6 Shop Manager The Shop Manager application manages the workshop information, customer information records, and test vehicle history records.
Button Name Description History Notes Opens a note form. Audio, video, image and text files may be attached. Vehicle History Displays the Vehicle History corresponding test vehicle records. Done Completes editing and saves the file. which the Vehicle History This function stores test vehicle history records, including vehicle information and the retrieved DTCs from previous diagnostic sessions. All information is displayed in summarized details.
button on the upper right corner. 6. The vehicle’s Diagnostics screen displays. Now a new diagnostic session is activated, see Diagnosis on page 24 for detailed instructions on vehicle diagnostic operations. Historical Test Record The Historical Test record sheet is a detailed data form that includes general vehicle information such as vehicle year, make and model. The form also includes retrieved DTC from previous test and all information manually inputted by the technician.
associate the other item in the record sheet, provided that the later one exists. 6. Tap Add to Customer to supplement the Historical Test record sheet to an existing customer account, or add a new associated account with the test vehicle record. See Customer Manager on page 60 for more information. 7. Tap Done to save the updated record sheet, or tap Cancel to exit without saving.
Customer Manager Use the Customer Manager function to create and edit customer accounts and correlate with the associated test vehicle history records. To create a customer account 1. Tap the Shop Manager application on the MaxiPRO Job Menu. 2. Select Customer Manager. 3. Tap the Add Account button. An empty information form displays, tap each field to input the appropriate information. NOTE Required fields are noted. 4. Tap the □ + photo frame beside the Name chart to add a photo.
sheet displays. 3. Tap the Edit button on the top toolbar to start editing. 4. Tap the Delete Customer Information button. A confirmation message displays. 5. Tap OK to confirm the command and the account is deleted. Tap Cancel to cancel the request. History Notes Use the History Notes function to add audio and video records, text notes and photos for the associated customer account. To access History Notes 1. Tap the Shop Manager application on the MaxiPRO Job Menu. 2.
1) Functional Buttons – navigates and makes various controls of the function. 2) Main Section – displays the note list on the left column and the detail information of the selected note on the right column. Table 6-2 Function Buttons in History Notes Button Name Description Back Returns to the previous screen. Delete Deletes the selected note. Search Quickly locates the required note by entering the note title. Cancel Cancels edit or file search.
7 Data Manager The Data Manager application is used to store, print, and review the saved files. Most operations are controlled through the toolbar. Selecting the Data Manager application opens the file system menu. Different file types are sorted separately under different options, there are five types of information files to be viewed or played back. Figure 7-1 Sample Data Manager Main Screen Operations Data Manager Operations are based on toolbar controls.
Figure 7-2 Sample Image Screen 1. Toolbar Buttons – used to edit, print and delete the image files. See the following table for detailed information. 2. Main Section – displays the stored images. Table 7-1 Toolbar Buttons in Image Button Name Description Back Returns to the previous screen. Enter Edit Tap this button to display the editing toolbar. Print, delete or view image information. Cancel Tap this button to close the editing toolbar or cancel file search.
To edit image information 1. Select Data Manager application from the MaxiPRO Job Menu. 2. Select Image to access the image database. 3. Select an image to display in full screen. 4. Tap the screen to display the editing toolbar. 5. Tap the Info button to display image information. 6. Tap the Edit button on the top right corner of the window. The editing screen displays. 7. Edit the image information by entering the new file name and file information. 8.
images, the selected thumbnail displays a tick icon at the bottom right corner. 5. Tap the Delete button and then tap Delete Selected. The selected images will be deleted. PDF Files The PDF section stores and displays all saved data PDF files. Select a PDF file from the database to display. The standard Adobe Reader application is used for file viewing and editing, please refer to the associated Adobe Reader manual for detailed instructions.
Use the Navigation Toolbar buttons to playback the record data from frame to frame. Tap Back to exit data playback. Apps Uninstall This section manages the firmware applications installed on the MaxiCheck Diagnostics System. Select this section to open a management screen, on which you all the available vehicle diagnostic application can be reviewed. Tap on the vehicle manufacturer icon that you wish to delete. The selected icon will display a blue check at the upper right corner.
8 Settings Tap the Settings button to adjust the default setting and view information about the MaxiCheck system. There are seven options available for the MaxiCheck system settings: Unit Language Printing Setting Firmware Upgrade Notification Center Auto Update System Settings About This section describes the procedures to adjust the device’s system settings. Unit This option allows you to adjust the measurement unit for the diagnostic system.
Figure 8-1 Sample Unit Setting Screen Language This option allows you to adjust the display language for the MaxiPRO system. To adjust the language setting 1. Tap the Settings application on the MaxiPRO Job Menu. 2. Tap the Language option on the left column. Figure 8-2 Sample Language Setting Screen 3. Select the appropriate language. A check will display to the right of the selected language. 4.
Printing Setting Configure this option to enable the tablet to print through a specified Wi-Fi network connection. To setup the printer connection 1. Tap the Settings application on the MaxiPRO Job Menu. 2. Tap the Printing Setting option on the left column. 3. Tap the Print via Network item to activate the printing function, which enables the device to send files to the printer through the networked PC via Wi-Fi connection. 4.
Printing via PC If the Wi-Fi printer is not available, you can also use your PC to print the data on the Display Tablet. Follow the instructions below to realize this function. To install the printer driver program to a computer 1. Download the Maxi PC Suite from www.autel.com and install to your PC. 2. Double click on Setup.exe item. 3. Select the installation language and the wizard will load momentarily. 4. Follow the instructions on the screen and click Next to continue. 5.
Firmware Upgrade This option allows you to update the firmware of the scan tool. Connect the scan tablet with the vehicle through DLC or use the mini USB cable for power supply. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the operation. Internet connection is necessary for this operation. Figure 8-4 Sample Firmware Screen Notification Center This option allows you to turn the Notification Center function on or off.
Figure 8-5 Sample Notification Screen 4. Tap the Home button on the top left corner to return to the MaxiCheck Job Menu or choose another setting to adjust. When the Notification Center function is turned on, and new messages are received by the MaxiCheck device, a notification message displays on the MaxiCheck Job Menu. Press on the message bar and drag it down, and the received messages are shown in the list. Swipe up or down to view if the message list populates additional screen.
2. Tap the Auto Update option on the left column. The three auto update items display on the right. 3. Select the update type to schedule. Toggle the button to ON. 4. To set download time, use the + and – button or tap on the numbers and the manual input screen will display. Tap Done to complete the time setting. Figure 8-6 Sample Auto Update Screen Figure 8-7 Sample Set Time Screen NOTE The tool must be connected to the Internet at the time download is scheduled.
System Settings Access the Android system setting interface to adjust background system settings including wireless and network settings, sound and display screen settings and system security settings. To enable the App Switcher function 1. Tap the Settings application on the MaxiPRO Job Menu. 2. Tap the System settings option on the left column. 3. Tap the App Switcher option on the left column. 4.
About About displays information regarding the MaxiCheck diagnostic device including the product name, version, hardware, and serial number. To check the MaxiPRO product information in About 1. Tap the Settings application on the MaxiPRO Job Menu. 2. Tap the About option on the left column. The product information screen displays on the right. 3. Tap the Home button on the top left corner to return to the MaxiPRO Job Menu, or select another setting to adjust.
9 Update The Update application allows you to download the latest released software. The updates can improve the MaxiPRO applications’ capabilities, typically by adding new tests, new models, or enhanced applications. The tablet automatically searches for available updates for the of the MaxiPRO software when it is connected to the internet. Any updates that are found can be downloaded and installed on the device. This section describes installing an update to the MaxiPRO System.
3. Right Side – displays an update progress bar indicating the completion status. Main Section Left Column – displays vehicle icons and update software version information; tap the About button to display a function list in PDF form with details about the software. Middle Column – displays a synopsis of the changes to the software. Tap ○ i button to open an information screen to view more details. Tap outside the information screen to close it. Right Column – controls software update.
10 Support This application launches the Support platform which synchronizes Autel’s on-line service base station with the Display Tablet. In order to synchronize the device to your on-line account, you need to register the product through the Internet when you use it for the first time.
Support Screen Layout The Support application screen is navigated with four simple buttons on the top navigation bar, operation of each is described below in turn from left to right: Home Button – returns to the MaxiPRO Job Menu. Back – press to return to the previous screen. Forward – press to advance one screen at a time until the last screen visited is displayed. Refresh – reload and update the screen.
User Info – displays detailed information of your registered on-line Autel account, such as your Autel ID, Name, Address and other contact information. Device Info – displays the registered product information, including the Serial Number, Registration Date, Expire Date, and Warranty Period. Update Info The Update Info section displays a detailed record of the product’s software update history, including the product serial number, software version or name, and the update time.
2. Period Filter – displays only the complaint records within the defined period. Status Filter – displays the corresponding complaint records according to the selected case status. New Complaint Button – starts a new complaint case. Complaint List The complaint list normally displays all the complaint records of all time and all status by default. The summary information for each complaint item includes the Subject Name, Ticket ID, User’s Account ID, Date, and the Case Status.
6. In order to settle the complaint more efficiently, it is recommended to fill out the complaint form as detailed as possible. 7. Select the required processing time on the last section according to the urgency of the case. 8. Tap Submit to send the completed form to Autel’s online service center, or tap Reset to refill it. The submitted complaints will be processed and responded to by customer service personnel. To make a reply in a complaint session 1. Register the product online. 2.
Figure 10-3 Sample Data Logging Screen To make a reply in a Data Logging session 1. Tap on the Sent tag to view a list of submitted data logs. 2. Select a specific item to view the latest update of the submitted issue. 3. Tap on the input field at the bottom of the screen and enter the texts. Tap the Audio button to record a voice message, tap the camera button to take a picture. 4. Tap Send to send your message to the technical center.
To start a discussion 1. Tap Start a discussion on the Communities Home screen. A list of the major forums is displayed. 2. Select a desired community according to the subject you are interested in. 3. Enter your topic and the discussion content in the appropriate input field. 4. Select a category or edit tags for the discussed post. This will help other members with similar interest to find your post. 5. Tap OK to submit the post. To join and reply to a discussion post 1.
Figure 10-5 Sample User Profile Screen Profile – displays the user’s personal information and member status. The Related links allow you to check the Top Users (ranked according to their points and levels) in the communities, as well as to find out about other online users. Avatar – allows you to select an image to set as an Avatar to be displayed in the communities. Stuff – displays a list of all your posts in the various forums.
11 Academy Autel provides tutorials and technical bulletins written by top-notch technicians and product experts. Please view the materials on the tablet or view additional technical articles on the online forum by clicking on the links provided.
12 Remote Desk The Remote Desk application launches the TeamViewer Quick Support program, a simple, fast and secure remote control interface. Use this application to receive ad-hoc remote support from Autel’s support technicians by allowing them to control your MaxiPRO tablet on their PC via the TeamViewer software. Make sure the Display Tablet is connected to the Internet before launching the Remote Desk application. Figure 12-1 Sample Remote Desk Screen To receive remote support from a partner 1.
remote control request. 5. A popup will display asking for your confirmation to allow remote control on your device. 6. Tap Allow to accept or tap Deny to reject. Refer to the associated TeamViewer documents for additional information.
13 Quick Link The Quick Link application provides access to Autel’s official website and to other popular automotive service websites. These sites are invaluable resources of automotive information and repair data and include forums, video training and expert consultations. Figure 13-1 Sample Quick Link Screen To open a quick link 1. Tap the Quick Link application on the MaxiPRO Job Menu. The Quick Link application screen displays. 2. Select a website thumbnail from the main section.
14 Function Viewer The Function Viewer allows you to search supported functions. There are two ways to search, by vehicle or by function. To search by the vehicle 1. Tap the Function Viewer application on the MaxiPRO Job Menu. The Function Viewer application screen displays. 2. Tap the tool name on the top left to drop down the tool list, tap the one you want to search. 3. Tap the vehicle brand, model, and year you want to search. Figure 14-1 Sample Function Viewer Screen 1 4.
Figure 14-2 Sample Function Viewer Screen 2 To search by the functions 1. Tap the Function Viewer application on the MaxiPRO Job Menu. The Function Viewer application screen displays. 2. Tap the tool name on the top left to drop down the tool list, tap the one you want to search. 3. Type in the function you want to search to the top right search column. All the vehicles with this function will be listed with 8 columns, the Brand, Model, Year, System, Sub system, Function, Sub function, and Version.
Figure 14-3 Sample Function Viewer Screen 3 93
15 Maintenance and Service Maintenance Instructions The following shows how to maintain your devices, together with precautions to take. Use a soft cloth and alcohol or a mild window cleaner to clean the touch screen on the tablet. Do not use any abrasive cleansers, detergent, or automotive chemicals to the tablet. Only use the device in dry conditions within normal operating temperatures. Dry your hands before using the tablet.
Troubleshooting Checklist A. B. When the Display Tablet does not work properly: Make sure the tablet has been registered online. Make sure the system software and diagnostic application software are properly updated. Make sure the tablet is connected to the Internet. Check all cables, connections, and indicators to see if the signal is being received. When battery life is shorter than usual: This may happen when you are in an area with low signal strength.
DANGER The built-in Lithium-ion Polymer battery is factory replaceable only; incorrect replacement or tampering with the battery pack may cause an explosion. Do not use a damaged battery charger. Do not disassemble or open crush, bend or deform, puncture or shred. Do not modify or remanufacture, attempt to insert foreign objects into the battery, expose to fire, explosion or other hazard. Make sure to use the charger and USB cables only that come together in the package.
Technical Support If you have any question or problem on the operation of the product, please contact us (see the following contact info) or your local distributor. AUTEL CHINA HQ Phone: 0086-755-8614 7779 Website: www.autel.com Email: email@example.com Address: 6th-10th floor, Building B1, Zhiyuan, Xueyuan Road, Xili, Nanshan, Shenzhen, 518055, China AUTEL NORTH AMERICA Phone: 855-AUTEL-US (855-288-3587) Monday-Friday 9am-6pm EST Website: www.autel.com Email: ussupport@autel.
Website: www.autel.com.au Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Address: 155 Islington Street, Melbourne, Collingwood, VIC Repair Service If it becomes necessary to return your device for repair, please download the repair service form from www.autel.com and fill it in.
16 Compliance Information FCC Compliance FCC ID: WQ8-1610MX808 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and Industry Canada’s license-exempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Cet appareil est conforme aux CNR exempts de licence d’Industrie Canada.
-- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. -- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. -- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. SAR The radiated output power of this device is below the FCC radio frequency exposure limits.
CE COMPLIANCE This product is declared to conform to the essential requirements of the following Directives and carries the CE mark accordingly: EMC Directive 2014/30/EU R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU 101
17 Warranty Limited One Year Warranty Autel Intelligent Technology Corp., Ltd.
IMPORTANT All contents of the product may be deleted during the process of repair. You should create a back-up copy of any contents of your product before delivering the product for warranty service.