There’s one more way to decode a key on Xhorse Condor XC-Mini Plus II key cutting machine: that’s through Universal Key Duplication. It does copy the key exactly. This can be used as an alternative method once all keys lost or cut by bitting was unsupported.
Today we’re going to use a TOY43 as demonstration, this key does not have a shoulder.
Universal key duplication >> Standard double-sided key >> Tip align >> M5-A clamp
It’s suggested to use M5 clamp side A, and put it to the third line.
We’ll just pop the blade in, make sure it’s nice and straight to that third line.
Press “Decode key”.
Condor Mini Plus 2 starts decoding automatically…
Universal key decode success.
It’s looking pretty spot-on. This key is actually in good condition, so doing it this way will quite well. However, if you can do the all keys lost or cut by bitting method, it’s more highly recommended.
Alright now that, we’ve decoded the key.
We’ve got a blank key, so we can continue to put in the same position and start cutting.