I bought myself a FVDI 2019 clone (they called SVCI 2019). I took it for key programming, changing the vin number, and so on.
I came in 5 days – I was surprised myself.
A lot of adapters, connectors (as I understand it for different brands of cars).
Case with the device
The SVCI adapter itself
Everything seems to be done very well.
The 2019 svci Commander program works on Windows 7 or XP.
I put myself on Win 10 – the driver is installed, but does not connect to the Abrites unit.
But since I already demolished Windows 7 and installed all programs on Win 10×64, I had to install it on win10.
In the end it turned out.
Everything turned out to be simple.
We start the installation and see in the first (almost in the first) window – where the brands of cars are selected, that the driver installation checkbox is not active, the type of drivers are installed automatically.
In the next window, you can uncheck the box for the driver. We remove it.
After installing the software, we connect the cable and Windows 10 will install the necessary drivers by itself.
Everything works great with Windows drivers.
We connect – we see the first picture
Next, click on the icon (for example) Volkswagen
Here are 3 different versions – for different versions of Abrites (by year). I have 2019 and everyone works. But at all somehow differently. Version 18.0 – shows in English. Version 24.0 is in Russian and seems to work fine. Version 37.0 – somehow it works every other time.
We need to figure it out further. What works and what doesn’t.
Click on any version and see the following – if everything was done correctly and the drivers were installed
Here we are already picking who needs where.
Then you can go to VVDI2 – for key programming
If everything is fine, then this picture will appear “CMD”
This will open a window with settings
And finally – my version of the svci 2019 adapter
The software is also updated – the lowest icon on the main page