02-17-2012, 08:34 AM
Officially Welcomed to the 'Fest
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Join Date: Dec 2011
Mein Auto: 2005 750i
Okay, while working on creating a 32-bit Win7 partition so I can run NCS Expert natively, I made a little dry run.
I used Revtor's NCSdummy tool to compare the NETTODAT.TRC files before and after the change on command line 3002. That's a handy function to find out what a hex code change in the nettodat file will result in the human "readable" parameter file:
As you can see the parameter affected by the "3D" to "3F" change in the 7th hex pair is the BLUETOOTH_HANDY value which gets set to active. "Handy", of course, being the German word for cellphone.
Generated with NCS Dummy version 0.5.0.5 - copyright İ 2011 revtor software
Output : Trace Differences
Chassis : E65 (E65,E66,E67,E68)
Module : MMI_E65.C03
Trace file 1 : "C:\NCSEXPER\WORK\NETTODAT.TRC" (Nettodata)
Trace file 2 : "C:\NCSEXPER\WORK\NETTODAT2.TRC" (Nettodata)
Differences : Yes
1 2 FUNCTION KEYWORD FUNCTION KEYWORD TRANSLATION
PARAMETER KEYWORD PARAMETER KEYWORD TRANSLATION
* nicht_aktiv not active
* aktiv active
Now, it's anybody´s guess why something this obvious has not been successfully attempted by anyone on the German 7-forum, but my hunch is that this simple coding change may not work on every pre-sep-06 facelift car because the TCU versions may not necessarily be timed with the facelift date (s).
And for those using NCS Expert this means that coding this can be done via the standard method so coding by way of NETTODAT is not necessary.
Last edited by politby; 02-17-2012 at 08:54 AM.