Test report: I have done a few copies with mini cn900 for Nissan and made a straight copy, cut the key and copy in the office, went to vehicle and work. It does ask for some other vehicles to do the sniff.
FYI, Nd900 and cn900 are the same, with different color.
- Id46 ID48 clone copy tool advice:
handy baby is better one which can copy some of 48 chips and 2 times higher price for sale.
What handy baby and cn900mini can do more besides Id46 ID48 clone?
- TJECU CN900mini test results:
– Its confirmed cn900mini and toyokey can add 71 smart key
I tried it today adding a smart key to a 2007 Toyota fitz with 71 chip and it worked like a charm
– CN900 Mini 188.8.131.52 is confirmed to read diamond keys with EML 10030A chip.
– Tested it on a Chevrolet Aveo 2012 – worked in seconds, no decoding. But that was to be expected. They use the easiest transponders.
–I bought the cn900 mini and appropriate ID46 chips. (5.5 € /piece)
Cloning worked for Astra H and Peugeot 307
-I still using version 1.13 and cloned few Opel 46 without hassle.
-Can clone ALL ID46 chips, i.e clone ID46 for OPEL(Vauxhall)/Peugeot/Citroen. Never failed on id46 to someone.
– I have copied about fifty ID46 keys with the CN900 mini successfully. Two times it failed (1x Renault Clio, 1x Opel Movano), because I can’t sniff data from ignition.
T5, 4C was never a problem. Sometimes it was not able to decode 4D. It starts decoding till 99 and then it stops.
I use 4C/4D carbon and different CN chips from Ali. I don’t know if original or not. They works all for me fine.
Firmware is 1.13 I don’t see a reason to upgrade.
For this money it is a small good tool.
– TJECU CN900mini latest version (1.32) new “Partial 48 Decoding and Copy” function tested on VW Golf MK 4 , year 2002. Was Magic 2
Decode button is now working. After pressing the decode button, you have to sniff data from ignition lock of the car.
After that, decoding starts, and lasts for AT LEAST 20 minutes. You can see at the picture, that decoding is already 20 minutes in progress.
After that it took about another 40 minutes before the decoding finished.
As you can see, the Secret Key is visible, but it shows “xxxx xxxx”
I don’t know what the meaning of those “x”-es is.
After the decoding, the function “Unlock” is working.
Also “copy” button is shown for coping to CN6 chip. I had CN6 chip to test, I ordered cn6 transponder for id 48 for mini cn 900 (Tested and it’s working (for version above 1.20).
The problem here is that decoding time is very long. Almost 1 hour.
Claimed TJECU CN900 mini cloning coverage:
Copy 4D / 4C
Copy Toyota ID72 (G) all key lost with extra TOYO Key OBD II Key Pro)
2) Handy baby test reports:
-> Handy baby works fine for fiat, but some take well over 30 mins to decode. Have done one Volvo, no problem.
-> The handy baby works very well. It is not a straight copy, you must still do sniff, but you do it using the built in antenna.
-> Handy baby needs to be connected to pc to clone g chips, works well. Although I did a chip on an Australian commodore & the range wasn good enough to reach their reader so wouldn’t work in the key.
-> Handy Baby programmer works fine on most of the functions it says it does. It’s a great tool
Claimed JMD Handy baby cloning coverage:
Copy 4D / 4C
Copy G chip (Optional, pay extra $80)
JMD Handy baby can work but TJECU CN900 mini can’t work:
4D86 DST80 (Ford) 4D70 DST80 (Hyundai/ KIA)
Read ID48 Data from VW Cars with extra JMD Assistant OBD Adapter
Handy baby not work:
Toyota H chips not yet