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1. Requirements


Check with the device’s manufacturer if your device is compatible with ethernet connectivity through a USB - Ethernet adapter for ENET cable support. Alternatively, if you are using an ENET Wi-Fi adapter, ensure your device has Wi-Fi connectivity. Here is a convenient table of requirements depending on the connectivity method you choose:



  1. Ethernet to USB adapter*

  1. ENET Wi-Fi Adapter

  1. ENET cable



Choose Micro-USB or USB-C adapter to match your device


To ensure your hardware is properly configured follow the instructions in this section. The first thing you may notice on your Android screen is a notification of MG Flasher requesting permission to access your connected peripheral. You must accept these requests for MG Flasher to connect to your vehicle.


Accept permission request to grant MG Flasher access to your peripheral.


iOS users should ensure Flight Mode is enabled and Wi-Fi disabled. The device should be ready to use, if not, configure your device to use an Automatic IP under “Settings” -> “Ethernet”.


 Since iOS 15.0 Apple make some work to increase network traffic security. The app may ask you to grant a permission for communication with devices in local network. In our case its a car connected through cable and ENET adapter. If you notice the permission prompt make sure to accept it!


Android users must configure the ethernet adapter before first use. Under “Settings” -> “Connections” -> “More Connection Settings” -> “Ethernet” set the Static IP to Also confirm the following; Netmask:, DNS Address: and Default gateway: You may also need to disable Wi-Fi when connected with ENET cable.