Autel MS906 Using Tips
1. When the display tablet does not work properly:
Make sure the tablet has been registered online.
Make sure the system software and diagnostic application software are properly updated.
Make sure the tablet is connected to the Internet.
Check all cables, connections, and indicators to see if the signal is being received.
2. When battery life is shorter than usual:
This may happen when you are in an area with low signal strength. Turn off your device if is not in use.
3. When you cannot turn on the tablet:
Make sure the obd2tuning.com Bluetooth/WIFI Autel MaxiSYS MS906 is connected to a power source or the battery is charged.
4. When you are unable to charge the Autel Tools MS906 tablet:
Your charger maybe out of order. Contact your nearest dealer.
You may be attempting to use the device in an overly hot/cold temperature. Try changing the charging environment.
Your device may have not been connected to the charger properly. Check the connector.
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