Thursday, July 28, 2016

Free download BMW NBT North America Next 2017-1.torrent

Free download NBT North America NEXT 2017-1.rar
https://mega.nz/#!ltcmHSgK!kaQwgLjwNVLdOlkC6AOosoCke63C54GZW3to9ZU9RYQ


USB Instructions:
Please use a 32GB or larger FAT32 formatted USB drive to install this update.


1. Use WinRAR/WinZip or 7-zip to extract BMW ROAD MAP North America NEXT 2017-1

2. You will be left a folder called NAVD_000014B8_255_004_173 and Instructions.txt (this file)

3. Copy everything inside the folder(1,2,3,4,config,NBT_NANT_111154.3.112.pkg,NBT_NANT_111154.3.112.pkg.sig) to the root of the 32gb USB stick

4. Insert the USB stick into the USB port in the center console

5. Follow the onscreen prompts, it will prompt for the FSC code ( FSC code can be got with E-SYS via ENET cable)

6. The update will begin to load

7. Wait for it to finish loading the data and you're done!



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Manual for update BMW CIC North America Premium 2017-1 (Torrent)

Free download NBT North America NEXT 2017-1.rar and  update your BMW CIC with the help of the
 instruction here.

NBT North America NEXT 2017-1.rar:
https://mega.nz/#!Y5c1EKJJ!YaA5NHLHPv0QfWma-N4qjxJ4phgVmBtVkgOP4nn2sl4


USB Instructions:
=================
Please use a 8GB or larger FAT32 formatted USB drive to install this update.


Use "FAT32 Formater" to make your USB drive as FAT32 format before start.

1. Use WinRAR/WinZip or 7-zip to extract North America Premium 2017-1

2. You will be left with four folders called USB&DVD-1,2,3,4 with Instructions.txt (this file)

3. Copy the config.nfm and pkgdb in USB&DVD-1 folder to 
the root of your USB drive

4. Insert the USB stick into the USB port in the Glovebox - Passenger side (the center console will NOT work)

5. Follow the onscreen prompts, it will prompt for the FSC code (see below for information on getting an FSC code)

6. The update will begin to load

7. When it prompts for the 2nd USB&DVD, take out the USB drive and repeat step 3-4 but with the config.nfm and pkgdb in USB&DVD-2 folder

8. Re-insert USB into the glovebox and allow it to continue updating

9. When it prompts for the 3rd and 4th USB&DVD, repeat the same step 7-8 but with the config.nfm and pkgdb in USB&DVD-3 and USB&DVD-4 folders

10. Wait for it to finish loading the data and you're done!



DL-DVD Instructions:
====================
1. Use WinRAR/WinZip or 7-zip to extract North America Premium 2017-1

2. You will be left with four folders called USB&DVD-1,2,3,4 with Instructions.txt (this file)

3. Burn the contents of USB&DVD-1(config.nfm and pkgdb) to a DVD disc (those two items should be the only thing on the disc)

4. Burn the contents of USB&DVD-2(config.nfm and pkgdb) to a DL-DVD disc (those two items should be the only thing on the disc)

5. Burn the contents of USB&DVD-3(config.nfm and pkgdb) to a DL-DVD disc (those two items should be the only thing on the disc)

6. Burn the contents of USB&DVD-4(config.nfm and pkgdb) to a DL-DVD disc (those two items should be the only thing on the disc)

7. First DVD into the DVD slot on the CIC and it should prompt for update.

8. Follow the onscreen prompts, it will prompt for the FSC code (see below for information on getting an FSC code)

9. The update will begin to load

10. When it prompts for the 2nd USB&DVD, eject the DVD and insert the second DVD

11. When it prompts for the 3rd USB&DVD, eject the DVD and insert the third DVD

12. When it prompts for the 4th USB&DVD, eject the DVD and insert the third DVD

13. Wait for it to finish loading the data and you're done!



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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

FULL Psdzdata v59.2 for E-sys ICOM A2 ENET cable

Free download 
full v59.2 psdzdata:
v49.4 psdzdata:


What is the psdzdata?
The Psdzdata is basically a pack that contains all the data needed for E-sys to be able to code a car, flash ecus and firmware update of the modules on the car.


What are the differences between the Full vs Lite Psdzdata?

1. The Lite version contains only the basic files needed for Coding only and it`s much smaller in size..around 400mb.
2. The Full version is HUGE, it has over 20GB and it`s not needed by most people because it contains data that is used only for Firmware update which is not recommended doing with an ENET cable anyway, for that purpose you need an ICOM A2 and other kind of software like the BMW ISTAP.


Which version to choose?
You can go ahead with either one depending on how much free space you have on your laptop`s HDD.


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Monday, July 25, 2016

How to use ENET cable to enable front/rear cameras at any speed

  I remember reading somewhere that there is away to enable front/rear cameras at any speed. Is that correct and listed in cheat sheet somewhere? 
That's great 

Unfortunately, no. They don't exist in BDC_Body like in other models. If they did, it would be this coding in E-sys program:

D_SCHWELLE_1 = max distance in meters to disable top camera view - Change to Werte = FF
D_SCHWELLE_2 = max distance in meters to disable rear camera view - Change to Werte = FF
V_SCHWELLE_1 = max speed to disable top camera view - Change to Werte = FF
V_SCHWELLE_2 = max speed to disable rear camera view - Change to Werte = FF

I have searched and found nothing, and even found something similar in the camera/lighting folders, but they were not of the same values and did not seem to work either. He posted about it a few pages back if I remember correctly. That was definitely a feature I would have liked to enable for myself and asked by many before. Too bad BMW decides to disable US codes and also throw away some other great codes from other cars like the HALO brightness, lol.



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Variable Light Distribution for Low Beam

Variable Light Distribution has several different modes of operation (for Low Beam):

1 - City Light: Shallow and Very Wide Beam Pattern active from 0 - 50kph (30MPH) (Both Headlamps are Panned outwards 12° horizontal from center and 0.7° lowered vertically)

2 - Standard Light: Same Basic Beam Pattern as with 8S4 Enabled and Headlamp Switch Set to Auto. Active from 50 - 110kph (30MPH - 68MPH)

3 - Guiding Fog Light - Shallow and Wider Beam Pattern Enabled with the Front Fog Lamps On and Headlamp Switch in Auto and Speed 0 - 110kph (Both headlamps are panned outwards 8° horizontal from center and lowered 0.7° vertically)

4 - Highway Light - Long Throw Pattern illuminating approx. 25% further than Standard Light. Active from 110 to 250kph (68MPH- 155MHP). (Driver's Side Headlamp is panned 3.5° outwards Horizontal from center and lowered 0.25° vertically, while the passenger side headlamp is raised 0.2° vertical)"



Light brightness coding via ENET cable witH ESYS 3.22.5:
http://www.eobdtool.co.uk/wholesale/bmw-enet-ethernet-to-obd-interface-cable-e-sys-icom-coding-f-series.html



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Friday, July 22, 2016

How to connect ethernet cable to laptop

BMW ethernet to OBD cable




How to do setting of ethernet to connect to laptop
and error is comming limited or no connectvity

BEST answer:
As an alternative to slower, phone-based Internet connections, users can take advantage of a high-speed, broadband connection using Ethernet cables. In order to connect your laptop computer to an Ethernet cable, the computer must have an Ethernet port built into it. The Ethernet cable is used to connect to a modem or router that provides your PC with access to the Internet. You must contact your local Internet service provider (ISP) to set up a subscription before you can access the Internet through a modem or router.


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Thursday, July 21, 2016

How to do beep on lock/ unlock coding using Esys v3.22.5 and psdzdata v49.4

This is the instruction on how to use ENET cable with E-sys program (Esys v3.22.5 and v49.4 data) to do beep on lock / unlock  coding or beep only on lock coding on Windows XP system , for BMW series.


The case here takes 2011 BMW F10 (I-step F010-12-11-503).

Part 1 - beep on lock / unlock
Setup in E-sys 3.22.5
Set these 
Akkustische Quittierung Schaerfen
Akkustische Quittierung Schaerfen mit Klappenbeachtung
Akkustische Quittierung Entschaerfen

to aktiv

Revert all other values to default in FZD and CIC which are related to buzzer. 
Akkustische Quittierung Entschaerfen
to activ in FZD module and you will be good to go.



Part 2 - beep on lock only

With the the following settings, you get 1 beep on lock and NO BEEPs on unlock:-
HU_CIC -> 3000 ACOUSTICAL_LOCK_CONFIRM = aktiv

But make sure the tick box in idrive is not ticked!!!!!!!

then set:-
Akkustische Quittierung Schaerfen = aktiv
Akkustische Quittierung Schaerfen mit Klappenbeachtung = nicht aktiv
Akkustische Quittierung Entschaerfen = nicht aktiv

the meaning of the settings:
Akkustische Quittierung Schaerfen = Acoustic acknowledgment when Arming regardless of the door status
Akkustische Quittierung Schaerfen mit Klappenbeachtung = Acoustic acknowledgment of Arming depends on the door status

"door status" here means whether the i-drive box is ticked or not. So unticking it manages to turn off the two beeps some of you don't want.



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Thursday, July 7, 2016

BMW F series 6WA Kombi Retrofit using ENET cable & R270 BDM programmer

Here, I will share the guide of how to replace the standard KOMBI in BMW F07/10/11 cars with a used extended 6WA Kombi. Kombi retrofit information here is offered by bmw forum friends on the web.

Disclaimer:
YOU ARE AT YOUR OWN RISK !
KOMBI’s with the 160D0WQ chip here!

What you need:
  • a used 6WA KOMBI with a mileage LESS then your actual car mileage
(if you install a KOMBI with higher mileage, the CAS module in the car will likely update to this higher mileage, and there’s no possibility to revert !!! )
  • R270 BDM Programmer
  • SOIC 8 Pin Testclip compatible with the R270
  • Working E-Sys 3.22.5 with actual PSDZData (49.4 is OK) for FLASHING
  • Working E-Sys 3.18.4 for CODING (if you don’t have a token for 3.22)
  • BMW ENET cable (Ethernet to OBD) that works with E-Sys
  • A good car charger/power supply (12V/70A is recommended, although I used one with 20A).

Step 1 – Erase the VIN in the used 6WA:
–> Open the KOMBI
1. Remove the 4 Torx-Screws from back cover
 2. remove the “Warranty Void Label” (of course, KOMBI warranty will be lost from now on)
  1. carefully unclip the 5 securing clips (without breaking them), beginning with the 2 bottom ones

  1. remove the front cover (paying attention to the KOMBI Button which will fall off (simply put it back later on)
  1. carefully unclip the back cover noses (one on the top, one on each side) an remove back cover

  1. very carefully unclip the flat-wire on the right (Flip the connector up by using a flat screwdriver, then slowly remove the wires).
DON’T DAMAGE THE CONNECTOR OR THE WIRES.

  1. Separate the secondary board from the main board, simply by squeezing the white securing tips and pulling the secondary board upwards. Watch out not to stress the lower flat wires.

  1. unfold the secondary board
  2. search the 8 Pin “160D0WQ” Chip on the mainboard (it’s rather tiny)
 the top one of the 2 SOIC 8 chips

–> Erase VIN on the 160D0WQ
  1. Start the R270 Software (supposing you did install it correctly with all drivers before)
  1. On the Main Screen, click on “MCU” and select “160D/35160”. Click “OK”

  1. Connect the SOIC Tesclip to the 160D0WQ-Chip.
 4. Click “Read” : the EEPROM should be read. If not, check the testclip position and orientation.
  1. Save the unmodified BIN and make a backup copy to a safe place
  2. Now erase the VIN
(a) Replace (not insert !!!) byte 70 0F (1 pair) with “FF” (long VIN)
(b) Replace all bytes from 80 00 to 80 0F (the whole line) with “FF” (long VIN)
(c) Replace bytes 590 0E and 590 0F (2 pairs) with “FF” (short VIN)
(d) Replace bytes 5A0 00 to 5A0 04 (5 pairs) with “FF” (short VIN)
 (e) Save the modified BIN (choose a new filename)
(f) on the main screen, click on “WRITE”. The modified BIN is now written to the EEPROM, and the data will be verified.
(g) Read the EEPROM again and check the modified bytes to be sure everything is ok.
  1. Reassemble the KOMBI (be sure the flatwire is correctly fitted).

Step 2 – Bench-check the mileage
Before installing the KOMBI in the car, it’s a good idea to check the mileage outside the car just to be sure the MILEAGE in the 6WA IS LOWER THAN THE ONE IN THE CAR.
  1. Locate the large connector on the back of the KOMBI.
 2. The pins are labeled with small numbers.
3. Connect a 12V Power Supply so that PINS 1&2 are connected to +12V, pins 7&8 to GND(-). Make sure the pins are well isolated from the neighbour pins!
4. Turn on the Power Supply.
5. Press the KOMBI Button : the stored mileage is shown on the LCD.
  
Step 3 – Install the 6WA into the car
–> Removing old KOMBI
This is an easy job. Just search YOUTUBE for “BMW Fxx remove cluster”. This is the easiest way to see how it’s done.
Remove the 2 attached connectors : one at the TOP (the HUD connector) and the large one on the back (on both, a tab has to be pressed before actually pulling the connectors).

–>Install the 6WA
This is just the reverse of the removal procedure.

Step 4 – Flash
This is the most critical part! Be careful that you follow all the steps correctly. Again, I will not be responsible for any faults that could occur to the car or anything else !!! Use the instructions at your own risk!
  1. Hook up your car charger. A suitable car charger is very important.
Any power loss or low-voltage that could occur during flashing might corrupt your car software! Also, use a fast computer
(I used an i5 3,6GHz / 16GB Ram iMac which worked fine).
  1. Connect E-Sys 3.22.5 to the car (when you used E-Sys 3.18 so far, uninstall it, then install 3.22.5. Later on, you can uninstall 3.22.5 again and reinstall 3.18.4)
  1. Before you begin, in E-Sys, go to the Menu “Options” / “Settings…” and make sure “Update VCM after TAL execution” is CHECKED.
(This will write the new FA to the car after flashing. If you don’t want this, UNcheck “Update VCM after TAL execution” )
  1. go to “COMFORT MODE” / “TAL-Calculating”
  2. click Vehicle Order “Read”.
  3. click Vehicle Order “Save” Choose “newFA” as filename.
  4. click Vehicle Order “Edit”.
  5. Expand the “FA” Folder, then “FZAuftrag”, then “TYPE”
  6. If “Zeitkriterium” of your car is anything below “0311”, change “Zeitkriterium” to “0311” (since 6WA was available only from March 2011 on”.
  1. Click on “SALAPA-Element”
  2. add “6WA” to the “SALAPA-Element List” and the PRESS
CTRL-ENTER (or click the icon in the list header).
  1. click on the SAVE Icon (the Disk) in the Top-Toolbar.
13. click the “BACK” arrow in the Top-Toolbar (Select “YES” when prompted to reload Vehicle Order) to get back to the “COMFORT MODE/TAL Calculating” screen.

  1. Check if 0311 and 6WA were successfully changed in the FA-List.
  2. Right-Click on “FA” and select “Activate FA”.
  3. In the “SVT Actual” section, click on “Read SVT”.
  4. In the “SVT Actual” section, click on “Save”. Choose “SVT_IST” as filename.
  1. In the “KIS/SVT Target” section, click on “Load” and load the just saved “SVT_IST” file.
  1. In the “Calculation Strategy” (still in “KIS/SVT Target”) section, choose “Complete Flash”
  1. In the “KIS/SVT Target” section, select “I-Step (ship.)” : choose an I-Level matching the one from the 6WA (if you don’t know it, choose an older I-Level)
  1. In the “KIS/SVT Target” section, select the latest I-Level on “I-Step (target)”.
  1. In the “KIS/SVT Target” section, click on “Calculate”
  2. In the “KIS/SVT Target” section, click on “Save”. Choose “SVT_SOLL” as filename.
  1. In the “TAL” Section, click on “Calculation”.
  2. In the “TAL” Section, click on “Save”. Choose “newTAL” as filename.
  1. Go to “Expert Mode” / “TAL Processing” (pic.14)
  2. Click on the “…” button near the TAL-Line and select your “newTAL” file.
  1. Click on the “…” button near the SVT-Line and select your “SVT_SOLL” file.
  1. Click on the “…” button near the FA-Line and select your “newFA” file.
  1. Click on “Read VIN”
  2. Now UNCHECK all the “ALL” checkboxes. (This is very important…not doing this will flash other ECU’s beside KOMBI as well.) Now, no checkbox at all should be ticked,
  1. Make checkboxes in the KOMBI-Line : “blFlash” / “swDeploy”/ “cdDeploy” / “ibaDeploy” (only those 4 and only the ones for KOMBI)
  1. Click on “Check Software availability”
  2. Now be sure again that E-Sys is well connected (e.g. that the connection has not been lost) and that the car charger is working, since the next step will begin the FLASHING PROCEDURE.
  1. Click on “Start”. Flashing should begin. During this, don’t be afraid of certain noises or strange behavior of the car that will occur . The process will take about 13 Minutes. Just before the end, the fuel pump will run at high speed… don’t be afraid, this is OK! Don’t touch your computer and the car during the flash process !!!.


 Step 5 – Date & Time setting, KOMBI fully works
After the flash procedure, the KOMBI should reset and come back with no errors.
Now set the DATE and the TIME in your i-Drive Menu (else the Service-Interval will not work).
You might now reinstall E-Sys 3.18.4 to code your preferences to the 6WA (if you wish).
That’s it ! The KOMBI should now show your old mileage and should fully work.

Step 6 – Write FA to the car (optional)
The FA is automatically written to the car when “Update VCM after TAL execution” was ENABLED in step 3. If not,
you can still write the new FA (or, for whatever reason, write back your original FA) following these steps:
  1. in E-Sys, go to “Expert Mode” / “VCM”
  2. Click on “…” in the “File”-Tab and load the FA you want to write to the car.
  1. In the FA-Editor, right-click on “FA” an choose “calculate FP”
  2. Click on the “VCM Master”-Tab (still in Expert Mode/VCM)
  3. Click on “Write FA FP”
(Special thanks to Shawnsheridan and Hamfei)


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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

How to setup Rheingold ista on ENET cable BMW

BMW Rheingold –the replacement ISTA-D system for BMW diagnosis works with E and F series. Rheingold is default to work with BMW ICOM A2 emulator, but some have achieved it on INPA and ENET cable.
NOTE:
BMW Rheingold on INPA K+DCAN cable works for BMW E-series. Rheingold on ENET cable will works on F-series. ICOM ISTA-D 3.46 is more stable. You are on your risk.
Tools needed:
BMW ENET Cable for F series
BMW Rheingold software
running laptop (Windows xp is required)
BMW-ENET-cable
ENET cable comes with E-sys software CD, E-sys will not do programming, Rheingold will.
Configuring Rheingold ISTA on ENET cable:

  1. Open used for connection network adapter properties, then “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” properties, then enter 169.254.1.1 for “IP address” and 255.255.0.0 for “Subnet mask”.
BMW-Rheingold-on-ENET-cable-1
  1. If VMware is installed, open Virtual Network Editor and disconnect from the host any adapters withSubnet Address 169.254.0.0.BMW-Rheingold-on-ENET-cable-2
  2. Connect ENET cable with car and the other end to PC, turn ignition on

  1. Now run BMW Rheingold ISTA using shortcut in start menu and wait until it boots, then press setting button
BMW-Rheingold-on-ENET-cable-3
  1. Select “VCI Config” tab and “HO-ICOM/ENET local and ISIS network”, then press “OKBMW-Rheingold-on-ENET-cable-4
  2. Go “Operations”, then “Read Out Vehicle Data” and “Complete IdentificationBMW-Rheingold-on-ENET-cable-5BMW-Rheingold-on-ENET-cable-6
  3. Select your ENET connection from the list and press “Set up connection” button.BMW-Rheingold-on-ENET-cable-7
Vehicle IdentificationBMW-Rheingold-on-ENET-cable-8
  1. Alternatively you select “HO-ICOM/ENET direct connection” in “VCI Config” tab and “ENET” mode with empty “IP-Address” filed during connection setup.BMW-Rheingold-on-ENET-cable-9BMW-Rheingold-on-ENET-cable-10
  2. Installing BMW Rheingold on ENET cable for F-series is completed. Start running software.

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