The DiabloSport inTune is incredibly easy to interface with to load custom tune files to the device or get files from the device. InTune functions similar to a USB hard drive when plugged in to a PC or Mac computer. Once plugged in and booted up, the inTune will show up as a drive under "My Computer" on Windows, or as a new “Volume” on Mac OSX.
Go to your vehicle and tune it with any of the available tunes. This process needs to be done first to “Marry” the device to the vehicle and complete its “Original Backup” process. This step is important because it allows the inTune to save the data from your vehicle’s computer into the device’s memory; hence, allowing you to send that file out for custom tuning. Note: You can use ANY of the available DiabloSport tunes to install in the vehicle. Whichever one you choose will only affect which file is available as “last tune written.”
Plug your inTune device in to an open USB port on your computer and wait for the device to complete its boot up process.
Once the inTune is on the main menu, click the windows “Start” and then select “My Computer.” Under this window, you will see two new drives one named “DiabloSport” and another named “INTUNE”. Double click on the “INTUNE” folder to open it. Note: Mac users will only have one drive that appears on OS X’s finder window- it will be labeled “INTUNE.”
Inside the “INTUNE” drive, you will find an additional folder named “TUNES.” Double click the “TUNES” folder to open it, revealing your last tune written (labeled PCM_XXXXXXX_LASTTUNEWRITTEN.frg) and your “Original Backup” often named “PCM_XXXXXXX_BACKUP.frg”. Right click, then copy these files to be pasted to your PC, or simply click and hold the files and drag them to another folder (such as the desktop).
Open your email program and add an attachment. Browse to the files that you copied from the inTune drive and send them where they need to go!