There is confusion about how to obtain the IDs of TPMS sensors. goingelectric.de user E-Gerd-21 figured it out in this post, thank you! TL:DR Use only the last 6 hex characters of the IDs that came with the valves. Those are usually 8 characters. If the first of those 6 is between 0 and 7, add 8 (hexadecimal, so i.e. if it was 3, add 8 becomes B). In other words, the first character should always be between 8 and F. This bit manipulation will be added in the next release.
Since there are different types of sensors, some are not compatible with ZOE’s TPMS system at all, and I read somewhere success entering the first 6 characters of the supplied ID instead. In other words, your mileage may vary. Of course the most safe option is to have the sensors installed once by the dealer and then read them with CanZE.
Finally, in the next release there will be a helper function swapping the front and back axles, simplyfying wheel swaps.