Hardware: VAS 5054A clone head
Software version: ODIS-S 4.3.3 and ODIS-E 8.1.3
Operation system: windows 7 Ultimate x64
Bluetooth – the windows see it but can’t connect
USB – it’s not detected on USB
When connect on OBD, the LED start blinking and after a few minutes the buzzer start to beep.
This is the Vas5054 clone inner board
x64 is the problem. Use 32 bit or
Maybe the Device Manager ignored it and noticed it as “Unknown Device”.
Try the following:
-Open the Device Manager
-Enable “Show hidden devices”
-Delete all greyed out devices
-Reboot the PC
-Plug the VAS5054A on a USB2.0 socket (don’t use USB3.0)
If you can’t see “hidden devices” search on the web for how to activate it via “devmgr_show_nonpresent_devices = 1′
Resolder or replace isp1181
OKI can be thrown away. VPW and PWM protocols are not using in VAG.
most likely your OKI chip is a fake one. Do what chineses are doing with their fake chips and lift pin 24. Also, your TJA1054 IC is upside-down buddy. You have to rotate it 180degrees to have it as it should be.
What is the temperature of your memory modules. They are 3.3V instead of 5V so they must be overheated too. No amb2300. That is fake.
Look here: vas5054a with real amb200