Bought XHORSE Toyota TIS Techstream for my ’15 Limited. Shipped with the latest 10.00.028 version.
This is what I boght cheap working one for $26.99 free shipping
Toyota TIS Techstream Ver10.00.028 download:
As I know, the software interface supports Techstream including: (Mongoose VCI cable, miniVCI with 16pin cable, miniVCI with 16pin and 22pin connector, Xhorse MVCI, Openport 2.0, AVDI, CarDAQ etc.)
Installed the programs on the supplied mini-CD using an old XP diesel powered laptop. I scanned with Microsoft Security Essentials before install and found no viruses at all. I think some might be experiencing a “false positive” trojan alert. This is very common among pirated or cracked keygenned software. No need to worry.
Toyota techstream 10.00.028 setup
Anywho, the techstream and MVCI drivers installed and worked flawlessly with no additional .ini editing.
Toyota techstream10.00.028 setup note:
1). Install TOYOTA TIS
2). Install MVCI driver
Toyota techstream10.00.028 active:
C:\Program Files\Toyota Diagnostics\Techstream\ Env\IT3System.ini
Change TISFunction=1 to TISFunction=0
What I was able to do with Techstream
I was able to switch off the damn seatbelt chime in a few short clicks. I originally wanted to enable the windows up/down via remote, but I probably found my 3rd gen with the rear window down at least a dozen times in the 15 years I had it. I am not taking the chance with the ’15.
I did want to enable GPS usage while driving, but I can’t via techstream
I found many users buy this cable and at several Toyota forums, they wrote down what they can do with Toyota TIS techstream. I put them together as follows for your reference.
1. great success with TechStream today. passenger seat chime disabled; moonroof now opens with windows (both with key in cylinder and holding down button on remote), adjusted rear wiper interval.
2. It works great! I disabled seat belt warnings and enabled window roll down via key FOB very easily.
3. I got rid of the seat belt chime, changed my units of measurement from miles/fahrenheit to km/celcius and turned off the auto door lock feature when shifting out of park.
4. I’ve just received my mini vci cable and got techstream working on my 2015 TEP.
5. I finally got mine Xhorse MVCI working today.
Had to install VMWare Player, boot a copy of Windows XP onto that, then install Techstream (version 10.00.028) and the MVCI driver along with editing an ini file.
Pretty simple all in all.
If you can’t get MVI connection upon connecting to the vehicle, make sure the key is on past the ACC (in my case I just started the engine) and if that’s not working, try swapping USB ports on your laptop. Two out of three of my USB ports were too wiggly and weren’t maintaining a connection.
All in all, I got rid of the seat belt chime, changed my units of measurement from miles/fahrenheit to km/celcius and turned off the auto door lock feature when shifting out of park.
Click on Unit Conversion to get KM and celcius