Here’s some latest user reviews on vxdiag vcx nano gm gds2 scanner. (Updated on June 30th, 2020)
It works, just install gds2/tech2win and Download the latest vxmanager, and run the tech2 autoinstaller from the CD. Then download the GDS2 drivers from the link in the instructions PDF that shipped with the CD and run the autoinstaller. Then install GDS2/tech2 and passthrough drivers and vxmanager with the adapter plugged in. Update firmware if asked. Order of operations once all is installed: plug in nano adapter to PC, launch vxmanager, launch GDS2, then if you are a pre-2011 GM vehicle launch tech2, then plug in nano to OBD2 port with vehicle in the on position. Wrong order will result in errors.
kind of a pain to setup! Follow the installation video and you will be ok. Once setup the tool does everything a GM Tech 2 scanner will do. Used it to diagnose an intermittent air bag light on one vehicle and perform a steering angle relearn on another to get rid of a weird traction control issue. Immediately paid for itself even if I never have to use it again. Great value!
Worth the price. Not hard to set up.
Was exactly what I needed. Was able to read check engine light codes, clear codes, and perform relearn procedures for certain sensors. Was great for the money.
Would not recommend using the included disc for install. Simply go the the vxdiag website for install instructions. Worked on Windows 10.
Bought this to interface with my 2013 Chevy Volt and it worked but, the software was a mother dog to load on my laptop. I noodled around for about an hour and finally got it working.
I am pretty computer savvy, so installation was not too bad on Windows 10 64 bit on a Lenovo laptop. 30 minutes later, I was looking at real-time power train data on my 2003 ion, commanding lights and locks on and off, and reading bcm codes. For the price of a decent obdII scanner, this thing is incredible.
Reset alcohol content on 2007 GMC YUKON 5.3 flexfuel. Nice device.