I bougth this Motorcycle key replacement. I installed well, it works well with the original tags. Bit with my NExT implant only read it in programing mode.
I do the next step
1- Master key
2- token 1
3 - NExT
4- master key
All steps are ok and tell me is ok
But only read step 2
1 master key
3 master key
It works well
1 master key
3 master key
Sound all beep but later it doesn’t detect NExT
ok the first question - have you done anything to your T5577 chip in the NExT? have you programmed it to a new chip type for example?
next question, have you tried adding a 125khz EM token that was not supplied by m-Lock? I ask because I talked briefly with the m-lock people back when it first came out and they seemed a little uptight and well… not great dudes. It would not surprise me if they updated their firmware to use chips in their tokens that now have some sort of crap security auth check just to make it so generic tags cannot be used with m-Lock anymore… but it’s probably something else going on to be honest.
Ha, thanks Dev, I was tied up, and just back to this now. this is where I was at
When you are scanning your NExT on the KRB1, it is reading the xNT side of your NExT, But you want the xEM side to be enrolled into the M-Lock OR if you are struggling to enroll you can do like you suggest
Yes, that would be my recommendation ( As it is @Devilclarke s )
There is a possibility that a blue cloner could do the job for you
But the PM3 will future proof you.
This reader is a basic reader it works like a keyboard HID (Human Interface Device) keyboard.
Plug it into your Computer, When you scan your NExT the “keyboard” will output your NExT (xNT) UID onto the current text window.
People sometimes use these to unlock their computer
I also ended up using the mo.lock and ran into the similar issues mentioned above. My first advice would be to pair it by doing:
The included key fob
NExT or xEM, it might take a bit of moving around to get it to read. Then, when the reader first responds DO NOT IMMEDIATELY PULL THE TAG AWAY. My tag was able to turn off but not on, same as @nanna. Holding it in place longer fixed this issue.
The other issue I have encountered is that the mo.lock has a battery saving feature. After a while of no reads, it enters a lower power mode with a lower polling rate. If you leave your bike in the garage for more than a day or two, you might have to “wake up” the mo.lock with the keyfob, and then it responds great.
Hi everyone, does anyone know we’re to buy a new tag I can use as a spare for my mo.lock. The ones from them are over £12, surely there are cheaper ones I can get that will program the same as the original, any help is much appreciated
You need to write a code first to you’re chip can be done whit a simple reader/writer on 125k
Afterwards you can learn the implant to the lock (learn the original fob as well into the lock)
This works for the older model m-lock (rfid) not for the new mo-lock (nfc)