1. SSID -> This field Displays the SSID of the EZS
2. Sonder -> This field displays the EZS Sonder Hash. Sonder Hash can be called different names depending on the tool manufacturer. It is good to understand that Sonder/Special and Service Hash are all same, only different terminology. Same goes for Dealer Password and Erase Password. From the Sonder you can calculate the Dealer Password needed to Renew EZS. You can calculate the “Dealer Password” using the Extreme MB tool software.
3. Password -> Password: = This is the actual “True” EZS Password calculated and checked by our software, because we check the Password before it is displayed inside this field you can be 100% sure that it is a match with the EZS.
4. Enc. Pass -> Enc.Pass: = Encrypted Password. When we see this Enc. Pass, this means that Password reading via IR is not supported on this EZS. The EZS has returned an encrypted response, we can only use this encrypted response to verify the true password if it is known.
5. Go Button -> Pressing the “GO” button will start the process of reading the EZS Password Via the IR Portal. This can take up to 3 minutes to complete. HC12 types are usually finished within 50 seconds, whereas HC908 types can take up to 3 minutes.
- Read Password direct from EZS via IR. Support Old Motorola EZS with MCU’s HC908 and HC12 inside EG: Some W203, W463, W209, W211, W215. Not support HC05, ST12 or ZGW types.. Here is a list of tested Part Numbers: 2035450108, 2035450308, 2035450508, 2035450608, 2095450508, 2115450608, 2115451008, 2155450208, 2155450408
VI. Extreme All Keys Lost:
1. AKL -> When you select this option, it means that you will work with the “All Keys Lost” function within the software.
2. SSID -> This field displays the SSID of the EZS
3. Counter -> Remaining data to collect during Data Acquisition.
4. Drop down Menu -> Here we select the Car model for All Keys Lost procedure. Supported currently are the following models with FBS3 -> W176 -> A-Class (2012-2014) W246 -> B-Class (2012-2014) W166 – M/GLE-Class (2012-2014) W117 -> CLA-Class (2013-2014) W212 -> E-Class (2009-2013); W218 -> CLS – Class (2011-2014) C197 ->SLS-Class (2010-2014)
5. All Keys Lost Button -> When you select the Checkbox “AKL” the text on this button is changed to “All Keys Lost” We click on it to begin the AKL procedure
6. Ezs Pass -> We can use this field to enter a Password to check if it is in fact a match with EZS. This Password can be calculated using the Extreme MB tool software.
7. Check Password Button -> When a password is entered into the “EZS Pass” field, the text on the button becomes “Check Password”. If you press the “Check Password” button the software will check if the password is a match with EZS.
8. Erase Hash -> This is the field where we can enter the calculated Dealer Password if we want to “Renew the EZS”. We can calculate this Dealer Password using the Extreme MB tool software. When the software detects that there is a Dealer Password entered into the “Erase Hash” field and it also detects that an EZS Password is present inside the “EZS Pass” field, then we will see that the text on the button becomes “ReNew EZS” This button can now be used to “Renew EZS”
9. ReNew EZS Button -> You use this button to “ReNew the EZS”