they are all for the most part just reprograming the computer via the CANBUS and OBDII port, they mainly differ on how you interact with the programming aspect and how comfy they are as a company to let you configure without bricking the jeep. I took apart the security bypass plug for my Tazer and all it is is just a bypass with direct connections from one plug to the other. The security gateway is just like a firewall you would have on a computer network, blocking unauthorized traffic and changes of the computer, except for a handful devices that are give access keys, which FCA controls the handout of.Cough, cough. Let me dust off this thread.
My question is how products like Jscan differ from the JL Taser and Superchips products.
Here's what I think I know. Jscan is software, that with a compatible ODB connector, can be used to diagnose problems. With it, the connector, and a security bypass cable it can also change some configurations.
JL Tazer , which comes in various models, is hardware that connects to the port and allows users, through the screen seen through the steering wheel, to change some settings that might not changeable without it. It uses CANBUS programming to allow a list of things to be configured, like allowing the rear camera to remain on indefinitely. Some of those changes require the hardware to remain connected, and some don't.
And Supechips Flashcal is similar in functionality to the JL Taser, also uses CANBUS, and allows some different configuration settings (through its screen) from the JL Tazer, while also having some in common with the JL Tazer, and lacking some the JL Tazer has. It's tech was introduced earlier than the JL Tazer but (??) most JL owners prefer the Tazer
Please correct/embelish. Thanks.