Autel MaxiCOM MK908P and MaxiSys Elite is the same thing?

Yes! they share the same functions. both are able to do diagnostic tests and ecu programming
No! they are different in hardware design, like

mk908p has a Samsung Exynos hexa-core processor, while maxisys elite has a NVIDA Tegra 4-PaLUS-1 quad-core processor

mk908p comes with AndroidTM 4.4.2 but the elite with a newer system 4.4.4

mk908p has a bigger lcd screen but the resolution is not so good as the elite

the memory on mk908p is as twice as maxisys elite. mk908p: 64g, Elite: 32g

the elite has usb 3.0 capability but mk908p works for usb 2.0 only.
USB 3.0 offers superior speed and a higher efficiency power management compared to the more common USB 2.0. Also, USB 3.0 ports are backward compatible. But, when a USB 3.0 device is connected to aUSB 2.0 port, the data transfer speeds will be limited to USB 2.0 levels

And there is also a bit difference in the aspect of weight and battery.

Pls look at the chart for details.


Autel MD808 Pro Review 2019

After using different scan tools in my car repair shop, I have come to like the Autel MD808 pro diagnostic code reader. I was introduced to Autel by a friend, and I am very grateful to him. Autel brand offers some of the best OBDII scan tools on the market, and their performance is outstanding.

Today, I will only talk about the Autel MD808 scanner. The Autel MaxiDiag MD808 PRO scanner is a Combination of Autel MaxiCheck Pro and the Autel Maxidiag Elite MD802. The MD808 Pro diagnostic scanner is an excellent tool for car repair shop owners (like me), professional mechanics, and DIYer enthusiasts. It may not be a high-level diagnostic scanner, but neither is it an entry-level scanner. Read this Autel MD808 Pro review to know more about this MaxiDiag obd2 scanner.

Technical Specifications of the Autel MaxiDiag MD808 Pro Scan Tool
Autel MD808 PRO
Works:     All 1996 and newer vehicles
Processor:     ARM? Thumb? Processor (400 MHz)
Memory:     32MB, 166 MHz
Display:     4.0 inch LCD with 800×480 resolution
AutoScan:     Yes
Connectivity:     Mini USB: 2.0 Micro SD Card (16GB)
Read/Clear SRS, SAS, EPB, DPF, BMS, ABS Codes:     Yes
View Freeze Frame data:     Yes
View, Report, Graph and Playback Live Data:     Yes
Print via PC:     Yes
Electronic Parking Brake Maintenance Services:     Yes
Oil Service  Reset:     Yes
Battery Maintenance Services:     Yes
Read Clear Transmission Codes:     Yes
View Live Data:     Yes
Read/Clear Engine Codes:     Yes
Graph, Store & Playback:     Yes
I/M Emissions Readiness:     Yes
View Code Definitions OnScreen:     Yes
Operating Humidity:     5% – 95% non-condensing
Power Consumption:     1.7 W
Operating Temperature:     -10°C to 60°C (14°F to 140°F)
Storage Temperature:     -20°C to 70°C (-4°F to 158°F)
Dimensions(W x H x D):     202 mm x 92 mm x 35 mm (8.35” x 3.62” x 1.4”)
Weight:     313 g (0.69 lb.)
Software Update:     Lifetime Free Software Update
Warranty:     12 month Warranty

The Autel MD808 scan tool has some excellent features like multilingual menu, large service menu, free software update, large color screen, and great compatibility. Without wasting any time, let’s look at the features, benefits, and setbacks of this quality mid-range scanner from one of the top OBD2 scan tool brands.

Scanner Autel MD808 Pro review 2019

Compatible with most OBD2 vehicles for domestic, European, and Asian
Scan all systems such as engine, ABS, SRS, and Transmission
Free software update
I/M readiness status
View, report, graph, and playback live data
View freeze frame data
Multi-lingual menu definitions
Large service menu
Turn off ECU brake warning light
AutoVIN for manufacturer-specific codes
Print via PC
One-year warranty

Benefits of the Autel MD808 Pro multi system diagnostic scanner
Extensive vehicle coverage

The Autel MD808 pro scanner covers most OBD2 compliant vehicles manufactured from 1996 and newer – domestic and foreign vehicles. This includes most of the popular car brands such as GM, BMW, Audi, Benz, Toyota, Chrysler, Honda, Maybach, Peugeot, Hyundai, etc.

Related: Extensive vehicle coverage tool – Autel MX808 Reviews [MaxiCheck OBD2 Diagnostic Scanner]

Easy to use interface

Using this gadget isn’t an issue as even a person who is new to code readers will have an easy time reading and erasing error codes. It features simple and well-labeled keys and the screen is colored for quick and easy reading of error codes even in poor conditions.

Compact and lightweight design

Whether it is holding the device in your hand or keeping it in your car compartment, you won’t find any challenge as the Autel MD808 pro code reader is compact in design. It weighs about 3.45 pounds and measures 13 by 10.5 by 4 inches.

Sturdy construction

Just like many Autel scanners on the market, the Autel MD808 diagnostic code reader is sturdily made and can withstand impact. In addition, it has a durable rubber cover that protects it from breaking. It is also grease and water resistant. So, you can be certain that it will defy the hardships of a garage or car repair shop.

Related: Advanced Features tool – Autel Maxicom MK808 Reviews


Instead of paying visits to the mechanic or spending a lot of cash to have the check engine light diagnosed, you should get your own code reader. The Autel MD808 pro scanner performs more than just reading and erasing error codes. Regardless of this, it is offered at an excellent price.

Perform a wide range of functions

Whether it is reading or erasing error codes, viewing freeze frame data, checking I/M readiness status, viewing code definitions, or scanning all available systems on the vehicle, the MD808 pro scanner will help to perform all these functions and many more.

Multilingual menu

The Multilingual menu allows the user from different countries and areas to have an easy time using the device. The mechanic or technician can set the device in the language they understand best. Note that the default language is English. But you can set the device to French or Spanish.

AutoVIN and Auto Scan functionality

This feature automatically identifies vehicle make, model, and year to define determine vehicle-specific codes. While the Auto Scan function automatically scans all vehicle systems for codes and shows No fault/pass or failed/fault.

Related: Cheaper alternative – Autel AL619 Review: Engine, ABS, SRS Auto OBD2 Scanner

Updateable and upgradeable

The manufacturer offers a lifetime of free updates. Though, many users have disputed this and say that the device comes with 3-years of free updates. After this period, you will have to pay for the updates or upgrades.

Additional features

Apart from the features that we’ve discussed above, the code reader as well comes with auto power off. This feature shuts off the device in order to conserve the battery. In addition, it has a storage capacity of 16 GB SD card memory. You can save and print error codes on the SD card and print them via the PC.

Warranty and support

If you’re faced with any problem such as receiving a defective product, you can return it as it comes with a one-year limited warranty. Also, the manufacturer has a great support team where you can get in touch and receive help concerning your scan tool.

Setbacks of the Autel MD808 Pro diagnostic scanner

The major problem of using the Autel MD808 scanner is that you have to update the device before using it. This is a huge challenge to users as most people want ready to go scanners. The good news is that the update is free and all you need to do is to register the device with the Autel brand.

Another setback is that the device doesn’t support bi-directional controls. Also, it slows down when viewing graphs, which may delay some the user.

Who will use the Autel MD808 Pro Scan Tool?

The Autel MD808 pro diagnostic scan tool is suitable for technicians and mechanics who want to fix complex vehicles issues. Also, it can be great for a car repair shop as it can help to diagnose a wide range of car brands and makes. And if you’re a serious DIYer, you can as well get this code reader to tackle more than the basic reading and erasing of error codes.


Final thoughts
The Autel MD808 pro scanner is a nice and sturdy device that will allow you to diagnose different car makes and models as long as they are OBD2 compliant and manufactured from 1996 or newer. This includes domestic, European, and Asian vehicles. The diagnostic scanner is easy to use, compact and affordable. It also performs a wide range of functions making it ideal for DIYers, professional mechanics, and technicians.

The MD808 will help you save money as it offers free lifetime updates and upgrades. You can as well save data on the 16GB memory card and in case of any defects on the product; the manufacturer offers a one-year warranty. I hope this Autel MD808 Pro review will help a lot to make a buying decision.


Question: How do I know if my Autel scanner is genuine or not?
Answer: First and foremost, you should buy an Autel scanner from an authorized dealer. If you buy it from an unknown source, you risk being duped or being sold the wrong product. Every Autel scan tool comes with a serial number. After you purchase the device, you need to register it in order to get free software update/upgrade and as well as warranty. As a result, if you try to register the code reader with Autel and it fails, just know that your device is counterfeit. All-in-all, Autel is a reliable company and having a fake product is next to impossible.

Question: Does the Autel MD808 offer its users with free lifetime updates?
Answer: This is where Autel wasn’t clear about its product. In the description, it is written that the product comes with free lifetime updates but it is not. Most users have stated that the free software updates are provided for 3 years and from then onwards, you will have to pay for updates and upgrades. The manufacturer should be clear about this so that buyers are not duped into buying the product.

Still, have a question after reading this Autel MD808 Pro reviews? Comment below.

Autel MaxiSys Elite Review BMW & Mercedes Coding and Programming

Just for clarification purposes, and from my own personal experiences, here’s some useful info regarding the MaxiSys Elite, which many of you may or may already know about.

In order to perform the stated coding and programming abilities on BMW and Mercedes-Benz vehicles, you must have a valid and current service subscription through Autel. With the Maxisys Elite, you get 2 years included free with the purchase of the unit (unless otherwise noted), and I believe 1 year with most of the other Autel models. When your service subscription ends, so does the units ability to perform these specific functions, unless of course you renew. The cost to renew ranges from $1000 to upwards and over $1200 a year, which isn’t cheap. The scan tool itself will still work, but it will not allow you to code and program as before.

Second, you will need a WiFi (Internet connection) to proceed with the majority of the code and programming procedures. If you don’t have WiFi (Internet connection) at the vehicle when you’re working on it, you can take the scan tool out and to a location where you’re able to get a WiFi signal (when prompted), download the necessary files (associated with the procedure you’re doing), and then return to the vehicle to complete it. The device and integrated software allows you to do so. If there is no WiFi, you will not be able to complete the procedures.

In regards to what you’re actually able to code and program, it really varies from model to model and the MaxiSys Elite, even as comprehensive as it is, it should not be considered as a replacement to a dealer level scan tool. Features and functions via updates are always being added, so it only gets better with time, but don’t expect it to be able to perform everything you may need it too. If you need to perform a specific task, always check with Autel by providing them the vehicles details and what exactly you’re looking to do. Personally, I’ve found it adequately capable of handling the majority of my general coding and programming needs. If I had to give it a number between 1 through 10, with 1 being not at all capable and 10 being dealer level, I would rate it a strong 6 for BMW’s and a solid 5 for MB’s. Also, in some circumstances, a certain coding option may be available for one specific model and year, but not for another. For example, it may allow to perform a certain function on a 2008 BMW 335, but may not for the same on a 2009 BMW 335. It can be quite frustrating when that happens, so do some due diligence prior your purchase, to ensure it will perform what you need it too.

Another alternative to being able to perform dealer level coding and programming, if the MaxiSys Elite itself can’t perform the task at hand, is to use the included J2534 pass-through device, and your own PC. You will naturally have to download the manufacturer specific software, which for the most part is often free, but in order to use it, you will have to pay a subscription fee of some sort. The fees and plans vary from manufacture to manufacture, and they can be pricey. The good news, almost all usually have daily or weekly rates which make it far more affordable for everyday DIY type users. The drawback however, the software can be tricky to navigate, not to mention at times not even in English all together. I should also note, due to the level of access these programs grant you, you also risk permanently damaging electronic components if you don’t know what you’re doing. Please use extreme caution when using these programs and software.

When performing coding and or programming on a late model vehicle, it is always advised that the vehicles voltage stay above 12.50 volts. As a rule of thumb, keeping it at 13 volts will ensure you’ll have no issues. To do this, it’s imperative you connect an automatic type battery charger or maintainer to the vehicles battery. This is often a step many skip or simply are unware of, and failure to do so, can lead to an array of issues from incomplete coding / programming to downright failure of the vehicles electrical devices and modules.

Get a screen protector! Get a screen protector! I cannot stress enough how a small $5-$10 investment can help you keep your screen free from scratches, marks and stains. Let’s face it, most of us will use this unit with dirty hands, and being a touch screen device, it is easily damageable. Replacing the screen through Autel can be very expensive so to help avoid this cost, get a screen protector!

The storage case this unit comes in is quite large. With everything tightly loaded within, it is also on the heavy side at just over 25 lbs. Chances are, you won’t need everything included on a daily basis, so if you’re a mobile tech, you might want to invest in a smaller padded case or backpack to haul around the unit and just the essential cables and adapters.

Just because the special aka hot function is listed on the device, it doesn’t necessary mean it is available for use on your specific make and model vehicle. Many of these selections have limited vehicle access, so just because it says it can perform a certain function, double check with Autel if in fact it can perform that specific procedure on your application. I’ve found some of these functions have as little as 10% coverage in comparison to the make and models programmed within the unit.

As a comprehensive OBDII scan tool, it is a superior product. It won’t leave any stone unturned in this category and its vehicle coverage is quite good. Although I have ran into where a vehicle might not be detected via the auto scan feature, I’ve never not been able to connect to an applicable vehicle through traditional manual entry. Once connected, the tool is fast! One of the fastest that I have worked with. Date retrieval takes seconds, and I can often do what I need to do faster. When time is money, there’s nothing worse than a slow scan tool.

The battery on the Elite is pretty good, but be aware, it will drain with heavy use. If you’re going to perform heavy or extensive coding / programming, always plug it into a constant power supply. You can use the vehicles power supply, but just be sure the vehicle itself is being maintained by an automatic battery device as mentioned above.

Unlike some other tools of this nature, updates are performed wirelessly through WiFi and do not require any special or cumbersome dongles, or the connection to a PC. As long as you’re within the service and subscription period, and have an available WiFi signal, updates are fast and easy. If your subscription has expired, the unit will inform you as such and an option to renew will be available.

One other myth or rumor I want to debunk, that I hear often, is that the device will brick after the service or subscription plan has expired. In other words, you will not be able to use it at all, and this is utterly false! When the service subscription ends, the only feature(s) that will no longer function, is its ability to carry out certain coding and programming. It will still have bi-directional ability, allowing you to perform dozens of functions and diagnostic tasks. You will also still be able to use it as a powerful OBDII compliant diagnostic tool across many platforms. So let’s say your plan ended January of 2019, but you have a 2020 vehicle you want to scan. This device will scan that vehicle with no problems, but if any additional functions were added since your last update, you may not be able to access those newer features for that specific year and model.

Last but not least, is it worth the big bucks? The answer is, yes and no. In comparison to other scanners with such capabilities, IMO it is priced much more affordably. I’ve worked with scanners costing two to three times more which provided at best, equal capabilities. Naturally some of the really high end systems that cost in the $15k-$20k+ range will perform much more dealer lever and compressive functions, but the next part of that equation is, do you really need all that? I’ve found that the majority of techs whom purchase those really high-end systems only end up using less than 50% of what they’re capable of doing. The Autel is packed with a nice blend of basic and high level functions, which should be adequate to most. You really need to do some homework and breakdown what you need it to do and on what types of vehicles. There’s really no perfect all in one system, but with some careful analysis and research, you can walk away with something like the Autel MaxiSys Elite which comes really close. Looking at the big picture, the Elite IMO is an exceptional value, just as long as you use it for what it is intended to do. For the guy who just wants to look up DTC’s and have the ability to clear them, it is without a doubt over kill. For everyone else, the Elite could be the answer.


Autel TPMS Introduction

Autel TPMS series
This series is mainly used for detection and programming auto tire pressure systems,  total of three products,


TS401TS501, TS601

TS401: the cheapest, least functional.

TS501 and TS601 support programming features, in general,the equipment can make program on the car , as long as the car has this function,more informtion please see the specific list of features TPMS PDF.

The difference between TS501 and TS601:

TS601 could be read data stream can make some of special function

and what‘s special functions the tpms support which depend on the specific features list.

The difference TS501 TS601 and TS401:

TS401 can only be activated and read the data about tire
Pressure  TS501 and TS601 have OBDII connector

it can  connected to the onboard computer and reads the DTCs
inside TPMS system,and clear DTCs, read data, etc.

Autel Maxisys Pro VS Elite Diagnostic Scanner

The Autel Maxisys is the fastest scan tool ever in the market. It is built for professional mechanics, technicians, and busy car repair shops. But with so many Autel scanners to choose from, deciding the best OBD2 scanner for your needs can be quite challenging. And if you are confused between the Autel Maxisys Elite and Autel Maxisys Pro, then this post for. In this Autel Maxisys Pro VS Elite review, we’ve compared two of the best Autel Maxisys Professional diagnostic scanners.

Related: Comparison Table – Autel MS906TS VS MS908

But, Which is better? Autel Maxisys Pro or Maxisys Elite scan tools? We’ve created a table for you to see how they perform against one another and view their differences, too. Depending on your needs and budget, you will find out that a scan tool of your choice and features. They may seem similar, but they still differ. Read on to find out….

Comparison Table: Autel Maxisys Pro VS Elite diagnostic scan tool


Details Comparison: Autel Maxisys Elite VS Pro Features and functions

Vehicle coverage

The Autel Maxisys Pro and Elite scan tools cover the same number of vehicles. Both of them have extensive vehicle coverage for more than 80 US domestic, European, and Asian vehicle makes and models. Some of the vehicles that they cover include BMW, Benz, Ford, Chrysler, EU Ford, GM, Kia, Daewood, Acura, Bentley, Bugatti, Porsche, Sprinter, Isuzu, Jaguar, Nissan, Toyota, Subaru, etc.


Even though they look similar, these two scanners are different in size and weight. The Autel Maxisys Pro measures 0.1 x 0.5 x 0.3 inches, while the Autel Maxisys Elite measures 25.6 x 7.5 x 16.9 inches. From these dimensions, you can see that the Pro scan tool is smaller than the Elite diagnostic scanner. Additionally, the Maxisys Pro is lighter than the Maxisys Elite scan tool.
Speed and accuracy

If you want the fastest Autel Maxisys scanner on the market, then the Autel Maxisys Elite will be the best choice. With a fast operating system in the Android 4.4.4 Kitkat and 1.8 GHz processor, this is a very fast and accurate scan tool. It is faster than the Maxisys Pro scan tool which has Android 4.0 and 1.4 GHz processor.

Related: Difference Between Autel MS906 and DS808


When it comes to functions, these two scanners offer the same functions such as ECU coding and programming, data logging, extensive OE-level diagnoses and service, smart Auto-VIN technology, tire pressure reset, SAS reset, and many other basic, special, and advanced functions.
Battery power

The Autel Maxisys Elite features a powerful 13600 mAH 3.7v lithium battery, while the Autel Maxisys Pro features an 11000 mAh 3.7v lithium polymer battery. Both of them have an excellent run time of more than 8 hours of continuous use.

Related: Autel DS808 VS MK808


The Autel Maxisys Pro is lighter and portable. On the other hand, the Autel Maxisys Elite is heavier and not convenient to move around with due to its weight. In addition, they both have a large 9.7-inch LCD color screen. Autel Maxisys Elite scanner has a better resolution when compared to that of the Maxisys Pro scan tool.

If you want the best Autel scan tool and are not afraid to spend in order to get it, then the Autel Maxisys Elite is the scanner to go for. The Maxisys Pro is a high-quality and professional-grade scan tool but it still can’t be compared to the Maxisys Elite in terms of performance.

Related: Difference Between Autel MX808 and MK808

Update and warranty

One of the outstanding features of Autel scan tool is that their scanners come with a free software update. Though, you shouldn’t be deceived that you will get a free lifetime update as most of the devices only come with a one-year of free updates. But with the Autel Maxisys Elite scan tool, you will get 2 years of free online updates.

Related: Autel MS906 VS MS906BT VS MS906TS

So, Which scan tool is Better? Autel Maxisys Pro or Elite?

If you want the most advanced diagnostic Autel scan tool on the market, then I would suggest that you go for the Autel Maxisys Elite scan tool. But if you want a high-quality, portable, and affordable diagnostic scanner between the two, then I will suggest that you pick the Autel Maxisys Pro scan tool.

Q. Does Autel offer free lifetime update?
Ans. No, it doesn’t. You need to check and read instructions on the code reader very well before buying. Some descriptions say that they offer a lifetime of free updates, but this is not correct. In most cases, they offer a one-year warranty, and you will have to pay after this period. The Autel elite scan tool comes with 2 years free online update.

Q. Can the Autel Maxisys pro and elite be used to calibrate seat sensors?
Ans. Yes, they can. But to be certain, you need to get in touch with the Autel support team to find out if the scanner is compatible with the car make and model for this function.

Still, have a question after reading this Autel Maxisys Pro VS Elite scan tool article? Comment below.

Autel MaxiSYS MS906TS Professional Car Diagnostic Tool Review

At first sight, the AUTEL MS906TS looks a whole lot like an ordinary tablet. With an 8-inch LED display and dimensions of 10 x 6.9 x 1.4 inches, this OBD2 scanner fits in a hand as comfortably as any tablet. It has a weight of just 2.42 pounds, so carrying it around shouldn’t be a problem.


Portability of a diagnostic scanner is very important, especially for auto technicians. Ideally, you want a device that you can walk around with, whether inside your shop or out in the field. That’s exactly the kind of convenience offered by the lightweight and compact size of the Autel MaxiSYS MS906TS.

More importantly, its build with professional mechanics in mind. Pretty much every Autel MS906TS review will tell you that this device is packed with all the features needed for use in a professional auto shop. That includes a 6-core Samsung Exynos T5260 processor and 2GB of RAM for fast processing of diagnostic data.

What’s In the Box?


The Autel MS906TS is shipped as a complete package with all the connectors and accessories that you need. Alongside the scanner itself, you also get the main OBD2 connector as well as vehicle-specific adaptors for GM/Daewoo-12, BMW-20, Mitsubishi/Hyundai, Benz-14, PSA-2, Benz-38, Nissan-14, VW/AUDI-2+2, Chrysler-16, Fiat-3, Kia-20, and Honda-3.

Note that the MaxiVCI V100 is also included for wireless connections. Connectors and adapters are cables that link the tablet with the car’s on-board computer when plugged to the OBD2 port. If you want to connect wirelessly you can do so using either Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.

In that case, you plug the MaxiVCI V100 to the OBD2 port, activate its Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and then pair it with the Autel MS906TS scanner. After pairing the scanner will be able to communicate with the car’s on-board computer wirelessly.

Also included in the package is a user manual, reference guide, light fuse, cigarette lighter, packing list, mini USB cable, compact disc (CD), AC/DC external power adapter and a soft cloth for cleaning the parts. All the components are neatly organized in a black carrying case.
Why Should You Buy Autel MS906TS?

So far in this Autel Maxisys MS906TS review, we have seen that this scanner is a well-built device that is super-fast. It also comes complete with all connectors and accessories. Well, those would pass as two motivations to buy the scanner. How about we look at more convincing reasons why it makes a good buy.
Professional-Level Diagnostics

The Autel MaxiSYS MS906TS does everything, from reading codes to ECU programming and everything in between. Once connected, it automatically pulls the VIN details of a car. From there you can proceed to read and clear codes or check for other faults in ANY car system.

It supports a plethora of service functions like TPMS reset, oil service reset, EPB reset, DPF reset, camshaft gear learning, SAS calibration, injector coding, BMS service etc. Additionally, the Autel MS906TS performs bi-directional tests for ABS, lamps, actuators, auto bleeding, idle up manual control, automated tests, function tests and pretty much every other bi-directional test you can think of.

A Little Something About Bi-directional Tests

Essentially, Autel MS906TS is a professional bidirectional scan tool. The scanner can perform system tests as well as actuate injectors, relays, and coils. By doing so the MaxiSYS MS906TS helps you determine the efficiency of that particular system. It does so by sending and receive commands to and from the system.

As a user, you can observe how the system parameters change in real-time. That will tell you whether it is performing optimally. For example, a bi-directional ABS test will allow you to send commands to the ABS system, in the same way, the car’s on-board computer would.

By observing how that system responds to the commands, you can determine whether it would respond to the ECU’s commands as required. If not then it means there’s a problem that needs fixing. If so then your ABS is clean as a whistle.

Back To Professional Diagnostics

As far as the actual professional functions, you can use the MaxiSYS MS906TS for adaptations, matching, coding and relearns. Things like key coding, ECU coding, ECU programming, TPMS relearn and any sensor relearn should be a breeze with this diagnostic tool. There’s a built-in 8MP camera with a flashlight to help you illuminate dark parts during diagnostics.

The Autel MS906TS provides freeze frame data in addition to live data. If you are more comfortable with graphical data you have the option to view PIDs as full-screen waveforms. Besides, it allows you to print and/or save the data. There’s a built-in memory with a 32GB SSD storage capacity for holding the data.

Finally, the built-in 10000mAh lithium polymer battery keeps the scanner going even when it’s not connected to a power source. You may need that kind of service when you are using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi to run diagnostics.

Built-In TPMS Antennae


This is the one feature that sets this device apart from other Autel scanners like the MS906BT, MS906 and even the costlier MS908. Built with an integrated TPMS antennae module, the Autel MS906TS is not only capable of triggering OEM TPMS sensors but can also program TPMS sensors and perform TPMS sensor relearns.

In other words, this device can transfer new TPMS sensor IDs directly to a vehicle’s ECU. If you are an auto mechanic you understand that most foreign cars usually require a comprehensive relearn procedure before being sold or used locally. When it comes to TPMS relearn, the MS906TS will initiate the process automatically and save you from the hassle of doing it manually.

Extensive Connectivity

Although it comes with OBD2 adapters, the Autel MS906TS also supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections. In other words, you can ditch the cable completely and use a wireless connection to run diagnostics.

It uses Bluetooth 2.0+EDR and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi. This type of Bluetooth is not only built for secure connections but it also supports Enhanced Data Rate (hence the EDR) for faster data transfer. The only problem is that it’s only suitable for short-range data transfer.

Luckily the MS906TS offers a solution for that. The 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi module covers a fairly long distance. With speeds of up to 54Mbps, this connection lets you run diagnostics from outside the car.

Note that you will need an OBD2 dongle that supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or both for you to use this scanner’s wireless connections. That’s a small cost to pay considering how enhanced your mobility will be.

While Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are the most important connections, at least as far as diagnostics, they are not the only ones supported by the Autel MS906TS. It also features USB 2.0, Mini USB 2.0, SD Card, HDMI 1.4a and Class1 ports.

Wide Vehicle Coverage

The functions above make the case for the Autel MS906TS. But to top it all off, the scanner has an impressively wide vehicle coverage. It works on over 80 brands of OBD2-compliant vehicles, domestic and foreign.

That means if a car was manufactured after 1996 then it should be compatible, provided it has the 16-pin OBD2 port. For a complete list of covered vehicles please visit Autel’s website. You can reach them for inquiries regarding the compatibility of your car.


Autel MS906TS Vs MS906BT Vs MS906 Comparison Chart

How to Diagnose Vehicle with Autel MaxiSYS Elite?

Autel MaxiSYS Elite Diagnose Vehicle Procedures:

Connect Autel MaxiSYS Elite to vehicle

Power on

Enter the menu to select “Diagnostics”


Select your vehicle manufacturer,here we select “GM”


Diagnostic program initialinzing…

Select “Automatic select”


Reading VIN

System will read the VIN automatically

VIN information decoding…

System data loading

Then the vehicle model information will show on the screen

Then select “Diagnostic”


Select “Auto scan”


Establishing vehicle communication…


Select “1.4l(L2N)”


Establishing vehicle communication

Select “Radio(UF7)”


Establishing vehicle communication

Then Autel Maxisys Elite will diagnose your vehicle



Scroll down/up to check the trouble code

And exit to select “Hot Function”

It include:Oile Reset,TPMS,Battery DPF & SCR,Immo & Keys,Injuctor,Steering,Throttle,Window door…,Change tire size.


How to solve Autel MaxiDas DS708 Error “The language is not authorized”

This is about Autel Maxidas DS708 problem solutions, especially for error message “The language is not authorized” during tool update.

Possible reasons for the error message:

– Each DS708 only support one language, if you select a different language you will get the message as above.

– If you choose the same language but still get the message,you possibly get a NOT REAL English version DS708. Some sellers tamper the language of cheap Chinese version DS708 to make it looks like English version and sell to get big profit—Chinese version is 200USD cheaper than the English version. So the error “The language is not authorized” appear when you upgrade the tool, and this problem can not be solved.

How to change language for Autel?DS708 :

You have to send the serial number and language you want before the device shipped to you.

But if you want to change your language after you get the device, please again sends the serial number and language to

Languages supported: English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian
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Autel Maxisys MS906BT Overview

AUTEL MaxiSYS MS906BT is one of the best Profesional Automotive Diagnostic Tools in the market for technicians and professional mechanics.

In this review, I will provide you with the most details about this Autel Scanner.

The Autel Maxisys MS906BT and Maxisys MS906 have the same OBD scanning and testing capabilities. They both support reading/clearing codes, live data, actuation tests, ECU coding, and adaptations. Plus they look a whole lot similar in physical appearance.

However, the latter just gets the edge over its predecessor in terms of overall functionality. For instance, it can connect to a car’s OBD system using VCI. That is a wireless connection which basically allows you higher mobility.

There’s the option of adding an inspection camera to the scanner. The camera doesn’t come with the default package though, it is sold separately. Here are more unique features that you will get from the Maxisys MS906BT.

Autel MS906BT Detailed Review
Android OS

The scanner runs on an open-source Android operating system (OS). It also features a powerful Exynos 6-core processor with amazing multitasking abilities. That is why it is very fast to boot up and run scans/tests.

Full-Service Scanner


Autel Maxisys MS906BT is an OBD II scan tool that supports a total of 18 service functions
You can use Autel Maxisys MS906BT for all OE-level OBD2 diagnostic tasks

You can use this scan tool for all OE-level OBD2 diagnostic tasks. That includes reading/erasing codes, live data, freeze frame data, active tests, ECU information, matching, adaptation, data logging, ABS Bleeding, Oil Reset, TPMS Programming, and so much more. The Smart AutoVIN technology makes it so easy to identify a car.
Extensive vehicle coverage

As one of the leading professional automotive diagnostic scanners, the MS906BT is compatible with so many car makes and models. You can use it on over 80 brands of US, EU and Asian-made car models with OBD2 systems.
Autel Maxisys MS906BT is a the well-sized OBD II scan tool
Autel Maxisys MS906BT supports two languages, English and Spanish

Advanced user support

The comprehensive help and support you get when using the Maxisys MS906BT is yet another reason why it qualifies as one of the best professional automotive diagnostic scanners.

Fitted with a Wi-Fi module, you can go online to browse for verified diagnostic and repair tips for any vehicle. Even better, the MaxiFix community (used by Autel customers) is a great platform for getting proven fixes and recommended parts.

In case you need further assistance you can reach the manufacturer directly using interactive data logging. They will give you troubleshooting, diagnostic and repair guidance to help you get any job done.
Superb construction

First things first, the MS906BT is well-sized for portability. It measures 25.6 x 16.7 x 7.4 inches and weighs 19.25 pounds. Not so different from a tablet.

As a matter of fact, the 7-inch LED touchscreen will leave you feeling like you are using an ordinary tablet. The 1024 x 768 resolution displays images with unmatched clarity.

Besides that, the built-in lithium-polymer battery allows you up to 14 hours of continuous use without charging. That is a lot more time than you will get in other professional automotive diagnostic scanners.

Finally, the scanner supports USB connection and also features audio and auxiliary connectivity ports.