Welcome to the forum, and welcome to Team Phaeton: we demand to be taken seriously!I plugged it into my Phaeton, connected my phone through wi-fi as per the instruction and was busy wiping fault codes within mere minutes of unboxing. This is perhaps the best couple of hundred bucks spent on tools. I can't imagine what bank account draining bills a repair shop would have charged. This piece of equipment pays for itself within hours!
Hello and thank you for your kind words! My Phaeton is definitely a work in progress. I bought it in January 2020 at a bit of a discount, knowing it had some issues. Although they're mostly w/ the electrics and sun roof drainage. The powertrain is solid, although I do plan to have it looked at by a specialist at some point in the future. It's an absolute joy to drive especially on longer stretches. The sound system is truly phenomenal and nothing beats an 18-way electrically adjustable heated and cooled leather seat!Welcome to the forum, and welcome to Team Phaeton: we demand to be taken seriously!
As a fellow Phaeton owner, feel free to @ (tag) me if you have questions about how to use VCDS to do something on your Phaeton.
Color me confused. I see no registration request for your HEX-NET (serial number ending in 55). Moreover, it came directly from us, so it should have been pre-registered to you. But please let us know exactly what "comes back failed".I am having trouble getting Hex-net registed, I have input the Info and submitted it , comes back failed
The interface will remount at times, you probably need to make sure it is set to be assigned back to the virtual machine when this happens.I've also tried via the USB cable running Win XP through Virtualbox on a Macbook Pro, but at the last stage it always gives me a "USB Error".
Thank you Shaun! Indeed it looks as though I didn't have the Virtualbox Guest Additions installed. Installing that and rebooting seems to have solved the problem. Hex-Net updates completed successfully without any USB errors! Whoo hoo!This sort of problem is one of the reasons why vms are "not supported". But if you search the internet for "virtualbox mount usb device to vm" you find dozens of pages that appear to show how to do it, I would probably start there.