Here’s the customer solution to make Clone wiTech Micropod 2 Chrysler diagnostic tool work with DRB Emulation.
Trying to find one micropod II that would work properly with DRB Emulation. Especially with Chrysler Crossfire.
Credit to Radius from Mhhauto. You are at your risk.
Test 3 different micropod interfaces. 2 devices did not work with DRB III emulation at all, no matter which vehicle. The 3rd device worked and it worked on Chrysler Crossfire – access to ALL modules.
I think the 2 devices which did not work are missing hardware for K-Line or some such.
The device verified working is an OFFLINE ONLY version of witech micropod 2, but I only use it for diagnostics, not for programming as I do not have a TechAuthority account. So if you need one for online use this is not the unit to buy.
clone micropod 2 purchase:
1: Make a backup copy of the partition from the hard drive included with the micropod!
2: Install HDD in laptop
3: Set date to 01/01/17 BEFORE booting from laptop
4: Boot to HDD
5: Allow windows to install drivers, etc, as needed for your laptop and reboot as needed.
6: Once all of that is done, do NOT run WiTech yet!
7: Turn OFF internet!
8: Navigate to C:\ProgramData\wiTECH\jserver\data\core\stubs
9: Install DRB Emulator stub
10: Install DRB Enhanced emulator stub
11: Install K-Line stub
12: Reboot computer
13: ALLOW internet access
14: Run Flexnet software updater. Do NOT update WiTech!!!
15: Flexnet will find updates for enhanced DRB and K-Line
16: Install K-Line update first
17: Install Enhanced update next.
18: Once updates and downloaded and installed, turn OFF internet and NEVER turn on again!
19: Reboot computer
20: Attach Micropod to car. When green LED turns on, turn on car ignition
21: Attach USB cable to PC and witech Micropod 2
22: When Windows is done installing drivers, etc, you should show a network connection in the tool tray with no internet access
23: Run Wi-Tech
24: Press “Launch DRB III” button in lower right hand corner
25: Accept EULA
26: DRB Emulator will launch.