VXDIAG VCX Nano Techstream Land Cruisers 2018 Review

I purchased the VXDIAG VCX Nano with Techstream V15.00.026 for $70. It works great on Toyota 200-Series Land Cruisers 2018 . I had a spare copy & license of Windows 7 laying around that I wasn’t using, so I installed it on a virtual machine (using Virtual Box). It all worked without a hiccup. Going through screens in Techstream is pretty quick, too, especially compared to what people describe in all the other threads that use the older non-Nano cables.
Moreover, The VXDIAG VCX Nano is the one you want and the only clone that writes TPMS data. I tried all the clear plastic clones and they didnt do what I needed. VCX Nano is a lot faster and actually writes data properly to the TPMS.

After I got it all set up, I noticed that VXDIAG also offers a VMWare Player image, but I haven’t tried it out.

Here are some applicable links from their website that were helpful, but weren’t obvious at first:

VMWare Player image, and
VX Manager download (the driver that allows the USB device to be identified and work):

 VXDIAG Diagnostic Software Download


Installation instructions:

How to install VXDIAG VCX Nano Toyota Techstream 15.00.026?


The USB-only version (this is what I got):

VXDIAG VCX NANO for TOYOTA TIS Techstream V15.00.026


They also have a WIFI version, but that seems like security problem in my opinion, making my laptop connect to the device WIFI. You can find it on the above same page if you’re interested in it.