You need either Honda HDS software with HIM interface or one of the aftermarket devices that you have already discovered.
My source at Honda told me. That they are coming out with a stand alone tool. That will work with all Honda TPMS systems that use pressure sensors in the wheels.
So, unless you know someone with HDS/HIM (or aftermarket tool) the answer to your question (in red) is NO.
Thanks! I can see HIM cables on eBay for under $30. Getting software is trickier, although I did see few BT links Anyway I called my local Mavis Tire, they claim they can change sensor and program car computer for $45...
Also got MaxiTPMS and it works great! Just needed update firmware. It detected all but 1 sensors in my Honda, so I knew which one was bad and and ordered replacement on Amazon.
Tool also works on my other car (Chevy Colorado)