A collection of GS-911 related video clips to help you get started. Feel free to pass them on, share them with your friends or embed them in your sites or relevant forums.
A step-by-step guide for registering your GS-911wifi. Registering your device will give you ownership & access to support.
A step-by-step guide on how to configure your GS-911wifi with your wifi infrastructure. Configuring your device will give you wireless access to your device via your local wifi.
See just how easy it is to launch and connect to your GS-911wifi interface using either iPhone/iPad or an Android device.
A quick overview of the GS-911wifi Utility for MAC & Windows PC. This utility allows you to Register your device, Configure the wifi of your GS-911wifi interface and perform Firmware updates.
A short overview of the GS-911wifi Device-to-Device (D2D) mode and how it relates to infrastructure mode. In D2D mode, the GS-911wifi becomes a little wifi Access Point that your mobile device can connect to when there are no wifi networks available.
Here is an outdated 5 minute video detailing the downloading and installation procedure of the GS-911 PC software.
Here is a 1:24 minute video on how to open a GS-911 .CSV log file and view the real-time data, using the free Live-Graph application. There is absolutely no requirement to use Live-Graph to view or plot CSV data… it is easy to use for those that are challenged by such tasks.
Here is a 5 minute video of our GS-911 Emergency Diagnostic ScanTool in action (published March ’08) – The Java Midlet version is no longer supported, however this video is kept for its historic value and archival purposes. Lots of new functionality added since – have a look at the new GS-911wifi.
Here’s a short clip on how to replace the ring-antenna in an emergency. Although this is shown on a F800GS, this holds true for any of the CAN-bus models.
NOTE: The Midlet Java version has been discontinued and this Video is for reference only!
Here’s a 2:20 minute video tutorial showing you how to install the GS-911Mobile.jar file, pair the GS-911 and the phone and then configure the application – this is for all mobile phones (excluding WinMobile 5 & 6 – we have a separate application for those). You can download the GS-911Verifier.jar for free to test whether your phone can run the GS-911Mobile.jar version.
NOTE: The Windows Mobile 5 and 6 version has been discontinued and this Video is for reference only! Here’s a 02:40 minute video tutorial showing you how to pair, install and set up a WinMobile 6 device for use with GS-911.
Here is a 1 minute “Tool Tip” video on how to make your own multi-functional Brake-bleed bottle…
Here’s a 3 minute video showing how to remove a broken Electronic Fuel-pump Controller and powering the fuel pump using one of the bypass cables available from www.burnsmoto.com (thanks to Stephen Burns).