Offline changes lost

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Offline changes lost

Postby Suprazz » Wed Nov 22, 2017 11:18 am

While I'm tuning a car, I noticed that this happen often. On a ms3pro and on an ms2.

If I do changes offline, as soon as I connect I loose I my changes without being notified that the ecu and the tunerstudio settings are different.
This is very annoying.

Tuner studio version is 3.0.28.
I'll try to upgrade to 3.0.50.17
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Re: Offline changes lost

Postby LT401Vette » Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:34 pm

Make sure you don't have "Difference reporting" or "Automatically load and save Current Tune" turned off.

Options --> Preferences --> Perform Difference Report on Connect

Options --> Preferences --> Automatically load and save Current Tune

Both need to be checked to always be prompted on a difference.
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Re: Offline changes lost

Postby Suprazz » Thu Nov 23, 2017 9:28 am

Thanks! Perform Difference Report on Connect was unchecked for an unknown reason!
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Toyota Supra 7MGE, 7M-GTE and 1JZ-GTE Plug and play ECUs: http://www.perfecttuning.net
Serial to Bluetooth or Serial to WiFi
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