Updating Your Accessport

With all the updates of late, we wanted to remind everyone just how easy it is to update your Accessport Firmware or map files (or both!) to enjoy new features or calibration changes!  The first step is to download and install Accessport Manager on your Mac or PC.  Once done, it’s all plug and play from there!  Simply connect your Accessport to your computer’s USB port, fire up the software, and get to updatin’!   Depending on the update, you may need to reflash your vehicle with a new map file once the updates have been applied to the Accessport.


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Steven Lawler on June 7, 2016 says:

Trying to update the firmware and keep getting an error saying to use another usb port or cable. Ive tried every port on my laptop and im using the ap cord but have also tried another cable. Everything worked fine on original setup a few months back. I can still import maps and export logs. Just wont update. Any ideas?

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    Marshall
    Marshall on June 9, 2016 says:

    Hey Steven, what is the Accessport part number and firmware version? Are you getting an error when you try to update the Accessport? It may be best to give us a call at 1-866-922-3059 so our Support Team can help diagnose what may be going on.

    Marshall@COBB

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adam smolders on September 13, 2017 says:

I am experiencing a similar issue to the above, I have tried multiple ports cables and various adapters.
details below

AP3-MAZ-002 v1.7.2.0-11420
Vehicle Name: WM 2007-2008 MAZDASPEED3 / Axela / MPS
Vehicle ID: MAZD_AU_MS3_07 (Installed)

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    Marshall
    Marshall on September 13, 2017 says:

    Hey Adam, sorry to hear about the troubles! Have you also tried on a different computer? That firmware version is older and may be from before we made USB protocol changes.

    Marshall@COBB

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    Marshall
    Marshall on September 13, 2017 says:

    As a follow-up, try removing all files from the Accessport (save them to your computer first) and giving the Update another shot. Sometimes if the memory is close to full an update will fail.

    Marshall@COBB

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