How to Use FGTech Galletto 2-Master EOBD2 Software
FGTech Galletto 2-Master is a professional tool for tuning and remapping ECU of different vehicles. It supports reading and writing data from the engine control unit (ECU) via the OBD2 diagnostic port. It also has a BDM function that allows you to access the ECU directly without opening it.
In this article, we will show you how to download and install the FGTech Galletto 2-Master EOBD2 software, how to use it to read and write data from the ECU, and how to solve some common problems with the BDM function.
Download and Install FGTech Galletto 2-Master EOBD2 Software
The FGTech Galletto 2-Master EOBD2 software is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10. You can download it for free from this link: FGTech Galletto 2-Master EOBD2 Software. The file size is about 260 MB.
After downloading the software, unzip it and run the setup.exe file. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the software. You may need to restart your computer after the installation.
Once the software is installed, connect the FGTech Galletto 2-Master device to your computer via the USB cable. The device driver will be automatically installed. You can check if the device is recognized by opening the Device Manager and looking for a COM port named "USB Serial Port".
Use FGTech Galletto 2-Master EOBD2 Software to Read and Write Data from ECU
To use the FGTech Galletto 2-Master EOBD2 software to read and write data from the ECU, you need to connect the device to your vehicle via the OBD2 port. The OBD2 port is usually located under the dashboard or near the steering wheel. You can find a list of supported vehicles here: FGTech Galletto 2-Master Vehicle List.
After connecting the device to your vehicle, open the FGTech Galletto 2-Master EOBD2 software on your computer. You will see a main interface with four buttons: Select Driver, Read File, Write File and Recovery.
To read data from the ECU, click on Select Driver and choose your vehicle model and ECU type from the list. Then click on Read File and wait for the process to complete. The data will be saved as a .bin file in a folder named "EOBD" on your desktop.
To write data to the ECU, click on Select Driver and choose your vehicle model and ECU type from the list. Then click on Write File and browse for the .bin file that you want to write. Make sure that the file is compatible with your vehicle and ECU. Then click on Open and wait for the process to complete.
To recover data from a corrupted ECU, click on Recovery and follow the instructions on the screen.
Solve Common Problems with BDM Function
The BDM function of FGTech Galletto 2-Master allows you to access the ECU directly without opening it. However, some users may encounter problems with this function, such as not being able to use it or getting error messages.
Here are some possible solutions for these problems:
Make sure that you have connected the BDM probe correctly to the device and to the ECU pins. You can refer to this user guide for more details: FGTech Galletto 4 BDM Tricore OBD Function User Manual.
Make sure that you have selected the correct driver for your vehicle and ECU in the software.
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