Monthly Archives: December 2017

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(Solved) Ktag blocked through network connection

Optional solutions for you all when using clone Ktag when it don’t work that all cars in list are in grey, not active and also not active PROTOCOL button.


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This tool has been blocked online for sure. You can check if the NXP is locked, I’m sure it will be. I think you need to change the chip and re flash firmware.

but first check the SD card

I had the same problem I solved

seeks on the DK forum SDcard file for KTAG

J-link+new NXP+firmware

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Another solution to solve…

1 install ksuit 2.08
2 download the file
3 the file have 3 parts (sd card, update too ksuit, nxp bin if necessary)
4 put the file update in the past off ksuit 2.08
5 use a new sd card ( in my case the old one doesn’t work )
6 copy the file to sd card
7 open ksuit the ksuit update auto

attach the link of the file to download:!8fRCULbY!T1LokpdDAFIYBUfMKOazMBchb5cRuzyU5Yw4o5861Xc

incl. KTag 6.070 update – KSUITE

KTag 6.070 update – NXP BIN

KTag 6.070 update – SD CARD

Tip 1: if works after install the ksuite that you want, if doesn’t work you have to re-flash the nxp the file is there for me was not necessary

Tip 2: doesn’t use the internet when the tool is connected

Tip 3: this information is not mine, is work off some search in forum and help off some users

(big thanks to the contributor @ecuconnet in the MH community)


If you want a Ktag and the online version, forget it.

Ktag clone cannot be used via network connection

But, you can have a new Kess V2 5.017 firmware the 2017 version.

Kess 5.017 supports network connection when it’s used. NEVER BLOCKED.

Look here:

Kess v2 5.017 is connected to the local network, and protocols are full activated


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How to Program SAAB DDM with GM Tech2 and TIS2000

If you want to program the Drivers Door Module (DDM) on your SAAB yourself, you will need a dealer tool, Tech2 Scan Tool with TIS2000 software, which can be purchased online to get the job done. My Tech2 scan tool is from a China at the price of $319. If you already have a Tech II, you can follow the step-by-step guide below and get the DDM programmed.

Equipment you will need:

GM Tech 2 diagnostic scanner


TIS2000 software (Without this you would not be able to add anything!)


How to:

Step 1. Connect GM Tech2 to the OBD port of your SAAB and open the scanner and then go to the main menu.

Step 2. Select “F0 Diagnostics” from the main menu.


Step 3. Select the year of your car. Here I select “2004”.


Step 4. Select model of your car. Here I select “SAAB 9-3 Sport (9440)”.


Step 5. Select “F7: Add/ Remove” in the next page.

Step 6. Select”F1: Control Modules”.


Step 7. Select “DDM” control module in the next page.

Step 8. Select “Add”.


Step 9. Select “Checking Security Access Working” and then turn ignition key to “ON” position.


Step 10. Select “Adding Unit”. Wait the system process to 100% and then drive a test.