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Old 01-16-2007, 06:13 PM
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Where can I purchase the cable ?
Not very technically minded to build it myself.
Google "resler ibus interface" = http://www.reslers.de/IBUS/
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Old 01-16-2007, 08:32 PM
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I have BM24 and the 4:3 display, splitscreen in all modes works perfectly
I have BM24 with 16:9 and the spleetscreen it doesn't work with the radio and the cd.
Also others that have 16:9 with BM24 have the same problem.
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Old 01-27-2007, 06:42 AM
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It is possible that BMW did not intend the splitscreen function to work with radio and CD on the 16:9 display.

I know it works with the BM24/4:3 combination which I have.
But my friend with BM24/16:9 it does not work

I don't know why.
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Old 01-28-2007, 01:09 AM
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I'm in Australia which radio would I most likely have in a june built X5 2006 diesel....(C23 BM ocieana without rear monitor?)how do I find out?Im about to install a MK3 purchased from user on this site.Any special precautions i need to do before i attemp to recode just finished building a simple I/F?

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Old 01-28-2007, 04:35 AM
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Possibly Oceania, possibly Business RDS. Try both and see what happens :-)

Or look at the radio to see what type it is, it's written on the radio label.

no special precautions, but I would test the interface using a iBus reader like WinBus or IBusAnalyser first before you use it to transmit.

Jochen
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Old 01-28-2007, 07:06 AM
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Are these programmes downloadable???I think I found it Ibus Analayser 1.011 does this programme receive data from your car befor you transmit?
BTW is there anyway to save all your default settings before you code?

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Possibly Oceania, possibly Business RDS. Try both and see what happens :-)

Or look at the radio to see what type it is, it's written on the radio label.

no special precautions, but I would test the interface using a iBus reader like WinBus or IBusAnalyser first before you use it to transmit.

Jochen

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Old 01-28-2007, 10:05 AM
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NavCoder doesn't receive any data

NavCoder remembers its settings

It doesn't remember your pre-existing car settings

For download see first post in this thread
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Old 01-28-2007, 07:34 PM
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On my computer top right corner it says RDS.....with navcoder which option is RDS? could i stuff thiungs up with incorrect option coded?
Do I use navcoder or winibus to encode nav system? Im confussed.

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Possibly Oceania, possibly Business RDS. Try both and see what happens :-)

Or look at the radio to see what type it is, it's written on the radio label.

no special precautions, but I would test the interface using a iBus reader like WinBus or IBusAnalyser first before you use it to transmit.

Jochen

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Old 01-28-2007, 09:00 PM
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On my computer top right corner it says RDS.....with navcoder which option is RDS?
NavCoder doesn't do anything with RDS. RDS is a function inside your radio. It stays there all the time.

Radios made for the European market always had RDS
Australian and USA market only recently
Japan never

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could i stuff thiungs up with incorrect option coded?
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Do I use navcoder or winibus to encode nav system?
You can use both.

WinBus requires you to be an expert at programming

NavCoder does the same thing as WinBus but allows you to do it with a simple, easy to use, plain english interface

Download and try out NavCoder on your PC. You'll see how simple it is
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Old 01-28-2007, 09:08 PM
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Thanks for your help.....appreciate your prompt response,yes navcoder is a hellava lot easier to understand.I have built the simple I/F is there a way to test it before I slap it on and try it?....you mentioned winibus?

Thanks again Im almost there......
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