HexTag HexProg Programmer

HexTag And HexProg Programmer

HexTag Programmer is the latest BDM tool released by Microtronik which can do a wide range of operations in multi car brands. It can read the ECU’s D-flash and P-flash in fraction of seconds which is faster compared to any tool in the market.

When HexTag was designed, tree major factors dominated the process:

  • Safety while usage: All of us heard about Chinese tools spoiled the EEPROM or D-Flash from CAS4 and CAS4+. We assure that HexTag is the safest tool in the world.
  • Ease of usage: HexTag is considered as the most user friendly tool, you can by few clicks complete the most complicated jobs, like repairing a module (FRM3), resetting mileage, retrieving or modifying ISN, Change VIN,etc.
  • Competitive price for users even if compared to low quality chinese tools.

Apart from all other tools HexTag takes care to the power supply for the connected control unit, the power monitoring system in HexTag monitors current and voltage supplied to the control unit which allows a very safe operation while reading/writing data.

When voltage/current monitor system in Hextag detects a high consuption of current, or a higher/lower voltage than usual, it will shutdown the control power supply within 10ms.

Hextag can also be used as the key programming tool along with AutoHex software for making keys for BMW even when all keys lost.

Given below are some of the major functions of Hextag:

  • Read cas4/4+ without removing any part from board with a guaranteed safe operation.
  • Repair corrupted EEPROM in CAS3+
  • Edit CAS3+ and CAS4 ISN and VIN and other parameters
  • Reset mileage for CAS
  • Repair FRM in just one click
  • Support read/write other brands like Porsche BCM without removing any component, JLR KVM ECU, Audi/VW BCM, Mercedes Benz EZS and others.
  • Dashboard EEPROM M35080, M35160, 080D0WQ, 160D0WQ reset in few seconds.
  • Key virginize for many brands like Audi, BMW, MINI, Porsche, Nissan, Toyota, Fiat, Renault...etc.
  • Engine control unit reading for tuning and cloning operation (will be added soon).
Last Update: 3/22/2019