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Mando SDC ECS10 Electronic Suspension Control

Denistone west
What I Drive
2019 GT2 Stinger 3.3
I recently purchased and installed the Mando SDC ECS10 Electronic Suspension Control module. I have some questions to others who may have the same module installed either in a Stinger or Genesis (apparently same unit or functioning).
The module arrived to me in Australia within a few days with what looks like user instructions not in English. The module appears to work when after starting the car and you Bluetooth connect to the unit and Activate a selected mode. It also appears the app does not read what settings are currently set in the module after Bluetooth connection.

My questions are:
  1. Is the car-installed module functional only after it has been initially Activated through the app? or
  2. Does the car-installed module remember what settings have previously been selected on the app after the car has been re-started? or
  3. Does the car-installed module have to be Activated each time the car is started?
4. On the app, once both Comfort and Sport modes have both been initially activated does this mean that those app settings are applied to the module and will be used each time the car is put into Sport or Comfort mode without the app running? or
5. When you change driving mode you need to change the mode in the app as well?
6. If I change driving mode in the car away from that selected in the app does that disable the module so it reverts back to standard car settings?

I'm about to do between 5,000 to 7,000 klms (probably more) on outback sealed country roads and i don't want to be stuffing around with an app as well as the car controls. Our roads are challenging at the moment (because of the heavy rain we recently had) as i broke a steering rod arm ball joint in a pothole in the city. Our country roads now have potholes within potholes, lol.