Xhorse Key Reader supports to decode keys by a smartphone directly, connecting to Xhorse Key Cutting Machine is not a must. Need only pair it to your phone or device via Bluetooth, which is pretty straightforward process.
Following I’m gonna try the new gadget to read 12 keys, including automobile and motorcycle keys.
Decode HU92R OK
Power on the blade skimmer, connect & go to Xhorse App Dolphin page.
Optical identification >> HU92R >> Identification
Hit Key Reader button to insert the key properly.
(Note: insert aslant may lead to decode incorrectly)
Click “Identification” again.
Biting was read out very quickly, it’s 32342323.
It’s absolutely correct.
It’ll display and send the bitting info to Dolphin.
So you can actually cut key directly if already connecting with a key cutting machine.
Decode HU101 OK
Take out the key to try next one HU101.
HU101 >> Identification
Bitting codes: 2124331355, accurately display again in seconds.
So it’s able to read the 10 cuts HU101 successfully.
Decode HU56RP OK
Go on next one HU56RP.
HU56RP >> Identification
Bitting codes: 24311133, it has decoded accurately as well.
Decode HU100 OK
Go ahead next one HU100.
NE66 >> Identification
Bitting codes: 44313423, it identifies this bitting correctly.
Decode B111 OK
Next one B111, I got it from the junkyard.
B111 >> Identification
Bitting codes: 1212244313, that’s accurate.
Decode HU58 OK
Go on HU58, an old BMW key.
Insert into Key Reader.
HU58 >> Identification
Bitting codes: 233123; 134411
Decode GM39 OK
Try next one GM39
GM39 >> Identification
Bitting codes: 1213212312, perfect reading,GM39 worked well.
Decode SIP22 OK
Go ahead next one SIP22, a Fiat 500 key.
SIP22 >> Identification
Bitting codes: ACBBCBAC, it also read SIP22 perfectly.
Decode HON66 OK
Next one HON66 key.
HON66 >> Identification
Bitting codes: 351551; 635451.
All right, Key Reader did read it correctly.
Decode YM63 OK
Next one it’s a Suzuki Gixxer key or SUV18 key.
It’s the same specs as a Yamaha YM63.
YM63 >> Identification
Bitting codes: 2431314.
It can actually identified this key perfectly, too.
Decode HON39 OK
Go ahead the last one HD74 key. I’ll use HON39 as usual.
HON39 >> Identification
Bitting codes: 11312, which it’s perfectly accurate.
You can also read a HD75 key under the same HON39.
During the process, key bitting codes may read incorrectly if I insert in different depths or angles. In that way, I should try in proper position to read for more times. Besides, using a correct key model is also important. That’s because wrong key model will lead to “Identification failed” or “Unknown key type”.
However, in view of the Xhorse Blade Skimmer is newly developed, it has read out most of keys I’m testing. Look forward to that Xhorse may increase its sensitivity in the short run.