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Old 06-16-2009, 07:14 AM
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There must be an electronic switch to clear the paired phones though, as you can do it via the method quoted in an earlier post. I guess you'd need to see what messages the Ibus puts out when you go to clear the phones.
You're assuming that the pairing button works via the ibus.
It doesn't - it is a button directly wired to the ULF
You cannot assume that the buttons function can be emulated by the diagnostics.

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Convenience opening stuff isn't on the ibus though is it? It would be nice.
Another assumption. Some convienience functions are on the ibus, some not.

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I think the TV must be coded in a bit more depth than that, as when you move a module from one car to the next you'd have to tell the module it is in a different car, other than the options you've included in Navcoder.
Why?
NavCoder already codes all the available options (and more!) in the TV module.
what is there in the module that changes from car to car?
Nothing, as far as I know (speaking from experience and from coding memory analysis)

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I know that when I fitted my ULF before I had it coded to the car it displayed on my phone as "BMW ULF" and then once I got it coded it came up as "BMW XXXXX" with the Xs being the last 5 digits of my vin.
Correct. But that's the ULF, not the TV module.
Different modules, different specifications
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I am a bit confused on something. Going to the website I see nothing about registration, but saw a post regarding paypal & registration...
Is the program at all useable without registering? I have no true need for it right now, other then curiosity... I don't want to dig up my dell laptop to find out I cant do anything without throwing the $ out (which I dont mind doing, if I had a reason).
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Old 07-04-2009, 06:53 AM
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You can open the app and play around with it, familiarize yourself with the menus etc. No reason not to download the trial version...
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Navcoder is 80% free to use, some of the newer features require the software to be registered and TBH for what you get it's a bargain.

The registration is (to me) a thank you for producing and supporting the software, as well as adding new features.
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Old 07-21-2009, 10:12 PM
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Jochen,
How close are we to getting the TCU voice recognition put into NavCoder?
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Old 07-22-2009, 10:25 PM
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ibus ?

I have been using the v2.7.0 with good results in all my coding changes this is great software even changes to my lcm were flawless.
.My attempts to load some hex code in the ibus message text however was not successful .Do you have a guide to using this part of the software?My project is to find the hex codes for the e53 such as
1 close all windows and sunroof
2 lock doors and set alarm
3 etc etc
Will you help me to learn how to extract these sentences and then how to test them on my ibus with a resulting action?Is your software the right tool for my needs?.....cheers Rondo
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Old 07-23-2009, 12:56 AM
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Are you blindly reprogramming the car without any clue as to what bit and what byte of what memory location controls what function?

That is very dangerous!

You could upset the vehicle programming and make all sorts of things not work

You approach is similar to trying to change functions in the Windows system registry by using a hex editor to edit random bytes in random files of the PC's hard disc.

To save you and your car, I'm not going to give you the details :-)
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Old 07-23-2009, 12:59 AM
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Ah - but if you just want to monitor messages and then emulate the same message to emulate a function then that is easy, but be wary that many functions occur through sequences of messages.

But for eg Close all Windows, that should be easy. Just monitor the ibus when you send the "Close al Windows" command from your key's remote, and then analyse the ibus to see where the message was, who sent it to whom and what the devices said, and what the responses were.
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Ah - but if you just want to monitor messages and then emulate the same message to emulate a function then that is easy, but be wary that many functions occur through sequences of messages.

But for eg Close all Windows, that should be easy. Just monitor the ibus when you send the "Close al Windows" command from your key's remote, and then analyse the ibus to see where the message was, who sent it to whom and what the devices said, and what the responses were.
Thanks for the reply and i will definitely try not to screw up my cars code registry by doing something wrong ..so far i have basically tried to do what you suggested above .I started the log of my ibus and pushed the remote close button to broadcast the command to"close all windows" .I looked over the log and found the sentences
(7/21/2009 7:38:59 PM.625: 00 04 BF 72 02 CB
7/21/2009 7:38:59 PM.625: GM --> GLO : ChkCtrl Remote Central Locking message: Bit1
7/21/2009 7:39:06 PM.078: 00 04 BF 72 22 EB
7/21/2009 7:39:06 PM.078: GM --> GLO : ChkCtrl Remote Central Locking message: Bit1 Bit5
7/21/2009 7:39:06 PM.109: 72 05 BF 78 00 01 B1
7/21/2009 7:39:06 PM.109: SM --> GLO : Seat Memory, Data="00 01"
7/21/2009 7:39:06 PM.734: 00 05 BF 7A 50 2F BF
7/21/2009 7:39:06 PM.734: GM --> GLO : Doors/flaps status: Open: WndwDvr WndwPgr WndwDvrRr WndwPgrRr Boot Ctrl_Locking: Unlocked
7/21/2009 7:39:07 PM.468: 00 04 BF 72 02 CB
7/21/2009 7:39:07 PM.468: GM --> GLO : ChkCtrl Remote Central Locking message: Bit1
7/21/2009 7:39:30 PM.140: 00 04 BF 72 22 EB
7/21/2009 7:39:30 PM.140: GM --> GLO : ChkCtrl Remote Central Locking message: Bit1 Bit5)
etc etc if i then copy and paste one of the command lines eg. 00 04 BF 72 02 CB then send this on the bus it seems to be acknowledged but no action to door locks? I am in need of more help to understand .....cheers Rondo
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Old 07-23-2009, 12:50 PM
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@kiwijochen: on what cars should DRL work? is there any limitation?
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