One user recently gave the feedback that Xhorse VVDI2 failed to test remote frequency.
After repeated tests by Xhorse’s technical support, the failure to get a response of VVDI2 would be caused mainly by incorrect remote location, low temperature and weak signal.
So prepare your remote and VVDI2, let’s check these reasons out!
Part 1. Incorrect Remote Location
There is particular area for remote FreqTest at the top right of VVDI2 marked “check”.
Only the remotes pressed tightly against and aligned correctly to the check area could possibly obtain a frequency figure on the screen. Besides, common errors are listed below:
- Too far from check area
- The area the remote plug in is for other functions like transponder programming not for frequency test
Part 2. Low Temperature
As shown in the official website of Xhorse, its working temperature is between -20℃ and 70℃. However, it does not mean that you have to do something extra. Just wait and try more, signals transmission would improve it automatically.
Part3. Weak Signal
Actually, the third one is similar to the second, for the signal is influenced. If the temperature is fine, the question is on remote’s weak signal. It requires you to press all key buttons once, then it will show the frequency. If not, dismantle the remote’s case and try again.
How to use Xhorse VVDI2 for remote frequency test in a correct way?
First connect VVDI2 tool to PC or other power providers, then “VVDI2” will display on the screen.
Press button “F”, then the onscreen instruction will turn “FreqTest”.
Place remote key on CHECK area, then press any button of your remote key, the frequency and type will display on VVDI2 LCD display.