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!! Important note !!

No Motobike Manufactor have had involvement in this product.
The use of a manufactures name and / or model designation to describe the
motorcycles on this site does not imply that the manufacturer endorses
the use of this application.

last update dec-05-2021


Price change TuneECU for android, valid from January 2022:
Standard license       €   25.-
Professional license € 300.-


TuneECU is only available on the programmer's server.


TuneECU is back in Google Play Store.



For the moment TuneECU is no longer available on the Google Store and can be obtained from Alain's TuneECU site
There are 3 different licenses available:

Standard: for private users (limited to 5 bikes)
Pro: for professionels (unlimited bikes)
Customer: for users who have already purchased the app on Google and want to update.



Regarding the current registration problem of version 5.2.16.
Here the message from the programmer::
The new version is still not validated by Google, and no response either, it's been almost 48 hours!In the meantime
I have made it available here
It is a version without license (except for the Pro license), the user will have to communicate his Google account
(used on the phone/tablet) to meeouf"at"



With the TuneECU Version 5.2.xx there is a change, from this version a distinction
is made between the license for private individuals and dealers.

Private individuals can register up to 5 bikes in TuneECU with their purchased license;
the registration process is self-explanatory up to and including Android version 10.

From Android 11 and up:
To register one or up to five bikes, connect successively to the bikes, when done you must go in the menu "Help", <version of the App> (the email from the programmer is in this window) and click on "Register". Select the Google account you used to purchase TuneECU, click "OK", send the programmer an email with the "Bikes.usr" file in the "TuneECU" folder and he will send you the license file for your Bike (your bikes) back.
Unfortunately, due to the new security guidelines in Android 11, he can't do anything else.

Update march-03-2021
From the TuneECU version (5.2.16), on Android 11 you no longer have to send a file to the developer to register a motorcycle.
The license file will be generated and stored on a server, that's why this new version requires the permission for internet access.
If you already have a license file, it has to be copied to the TuneECU directory before opening the new version, or you can always register your motorcycle again in the menu "ECU info" button "Register" when connected to the bike.

The same procedure is used for registration with Android versions 6 to 10.(As of march-03-2021)

Procedure for the registration process / to acquire the dealer license:
First establish a connection to a motorcycle, then disconnect the connection
and go to the Help menu (3 dots / Help) and click on "App version (5.2.xx)".
Now click the "Buy Pro License" button and follow the instructions.
After receiving and entering the transaction number in TuneECU, which is for the dealer license,
the "bikes.usr" generated in the TuneECU directory must be sent to the programmer, who
then sends you the "user.lic" back. This file must then be copied into the TuneECU folder.
The dealer license is for an unlimited number of bikes. (As of Feb-28-2021)



Support only via Alain Fontaine in Facebook or TuneECU forum

To get support, the following information are required:

  • A short description of the problem.
  • Android device & Android version
  • TuneECU version
  • What connection is used, Bluetooth or cable ?
  • For Bluetooth problems: What a Bluetooth adapter is used? (Manufacturers and Software version)
  • For cable problems: Cable-Manufacturer or Source
  • Which cable adapters are used (OTG etc.) manufacturer or source of supply.
  • Loaded Map in ECU
  • Bike manufacturer, model and model year
  • VIN of your bike (the last 6 digits of the chassis number)
  • Also post the contents of the "trace.txt"

Without the above mentioned information, no support can be done.

No support when it comes to such trivial questions as:
  • Is my bike compatible and which functions are supported (see simply in the Bikes List)
  • Which cable do I have to use and where can I get it (see simply "System requirements")
  • Which Bluetooth adapter do I have to use, etc., questions that everyone can answer for themselves
    if they only deal a little with the instructions and the software itself.

Oct-20 2020

Edit : 
The problem is solved with TuneECU v5.1.46
 : After the OBDLink MX+ firmware update to 5.6.x it's no more possible to reprogram or recover the Triumph ECU Gen3 & 4, the operation fail and the bike doesn't start.
Meanwhile a patch of TuneECU, don't use the MX+ v5.6.x to reprogram the ECU, or downgrade the MX+ firmware to the version 5.5.3


!! is now !!


All provided information on the sides of TuneECU have been made ​​in good faith,
but make no claim to completeness and correctness.

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