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almeida Posted - 06/10/2009 : 05:21:34
hello friends,
is my first post iand i hope it will be the first of many.
after see the smartpro x5, i stay very interested on that tool.
but i like to know what they read. they read the same us upa usb.
i fsome one have this tool i like to share some information.
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ZLM Posted - 06/13/2009 : 23:31:16
You can download the software and check the device list.
almeida Posted - 06/13/2009 : 23:04:04
hello again,
but my doubt is wich kind of devices they read.
at site donīt have a list.
ZLM Posted - 06/10/2009 : 12:33:06
The smartpro x5 is a professional programmer. It read the chip normally just like programmers.
Not sure that is your "upa usb". But if it is a universal programmer, then the smartpro x5 will read the chip too.

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