SRAM AXS Quarq Powermeter: MagicZero vs AutoZero

hi guys,
i have a rather nerdy question to all the axs quarq powermeter users:

do you usually en- or disable the autozero button in the axs app?

in the manual of the pm it says: “Auto Zero is disabled when Magic Zero is
enabled. Manual Zero is always enabled.” but in my sram app i can only choose to en- or disable “autozero” and not magiczero as it is written in the manual.

so: if i enable autozero in the app, which protocol will be used by the pm? magiczero or autozero?

thank you!

BR Philipp

We are not aware of any specific environments where MagicZero is inappropriate for use. However, it is still possible to turn off MagicZero and only use Manual Zero from the head unit. To do this, turn off AutoZero on your power meter from the SRAM AXS App.

I grabbed that from here:
SRAM MagicZero

I’m about to install one of these myself, I can see where it would be confusing, maybe that will help.

I’ve already noticed elsewhere in the manuals that came with mine there are discrepancies between what is written one place and another in specs for torquing bolts, for example.

Magiczero is just a continuous zero offset or tare. No need to do anything to enable it.

If you want to manual zero or a zero at that temp/time/alt etc… (backpedal or stop with feet off pedals and hit calibrate) turn off autozero in the app. I’m not sure why this even exists anymore but, it’s there…