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Old 09-10-2012, 06:17 AM
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Originally Posted by sibob View Post
Yes, i was I am glad it works...

Flashing via e-sys would be interesting... but it is said we need pdx files. in 47.x files pszdata only odx are integrated :-(
Not true. 16Gb of the 20 Gb of PSdZData are the ECU firmwares (.swfl), and E-Sys can Flash using just the PSdZData package.

E-Sys only needs to utilize the single ODX format (as opposed to PDX, aka. packed PDX). Within E-Sys, the ODX-Charger performs the task of integrating the particular layers into one useable ODX-Container (Diag-Layer-Container, Comparam-Spec, Vehicle-Info-Spec and Multiple-Ecu-Job-Spec). A flash layer is assembled by the ODX-Charger, from selected SWE's. The SWE's are incorporated into the ODX-Container as MSR and BSW files. A BSW is a .ZIP archive that contains binary flash data and an XML file containing header information.

I don't want to hijack this thread. PM me if you want to attempt a firmware flash.

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