MHD Wireless OBDII Wifi Flash Adapter for F/G Series and Supra (Black)
MHD Wireless OBDII Wifi Flash Adapter for F/G Series and Supra (Black) is compatible with both Android and iOS platforms.
This Adapter enables a fast and stable connection to the car for flashing, monitoring, or logging purposes, as well as reading/clearing codes and resetting adaptations on the engine.
MHD Wireless OBDII Wifi Flash Adapter for F/G Series and Supra (Black) you get incredible speeds:
Initial flash is only 2-3 mins, and map change is only 25 seconds!
So basically, you get
- Super fast flashing times
- Stable connection to the car
- Getting rid of old-style cable
- Compatible with F/G Series and new Supra
- It can be used for xHP, xDelete, BimmerGeeks Protools, BimmerCode, and other apps.
- It has an Ethernet port in case if you need to connect to the car with other diagnostic tools with the ethernet cable.
Attention: The purchase of this adapter does not include any licenses that are necessary to use the MHD.
MHD Black Wireless (WIFI) Adapter can be used on N13, N55, S55, B58, S58, and S63 Engines on BMW F/G Series and Supra A90/A91
We do offer same business day shipping if the order is placed before 5 PM PST,
Adapters can also be picked up at our shop, located in San Diego, CA.
Link to the MHD Website
How it works:
Once you plug in MHD Wireless OBDII Wifi Flash Adapter for F/G Series and Supra (Black) into the cars OBD2 port, It powers up and creates a WIFI network called MHD_XXXX (four random letters/numbers, for example, MHD_2CD4)
You will need to connect to that WIFI network from your device (Mobile phone or Tablet)
Password for this WIFI Network on Black Adapter is MHD_ENET
Once you are connected to this WIFI Network, you can launch the MHD app named MHD F+G which is used for F, G Series, and Supra, and the first thing to do is to test the connection by reading DME codes. It does not need a license and is free.
If the connection is fine, then you can create or log in with your account and flash the tune.
Here is the link to a blog post about how to stay connected to the internet while using MHD Wifi Adapter