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Old 07-14-2014, 01:35 PM
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Remote Coding

I heard that I can have my car coded remotely. Is that true? If it is, can someone help me with coding my F02?
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Old 07-15-2014, 12:07 PM
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Yes, you can have your car coded remotely. However, it is done via a Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) like TeamViewer, which of course means you still have to have all the coding software installed on your local machine, and a OBDII Connection Cable to the car, which at that point, you might just as well code it yourself.
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Yes, you can have your car coded remotely. However, it is done via a Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) like TeamViewer, which of course means you still have to have all the coding software installed on your local machine, and a OBDII Connection Cable to the car, which at that point, you might just as well code it yourself.
I had my car remote coded, and didn't need to install E-Sys (coding software), just TeamViewer, which he sent on a flash drive along with the cable. But after watching how it was done, I wound up getting my own setup.
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Old 07-15-2014, 06:46 PM
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well there is no way to code the car without E-sys.... it was probably in the flash drive already installed
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Old 07-15-2014, 06:58 PM
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I had my car remote coded, and didn't need to install E-Sys (coding software), just TeamViewer, which he sent on a flash drive along with the cable. But after watching how it was done, I wound up getting my own setup.
It is impossible to code car without coding software on local machine. You may not have installed E-Sys, but he had to at least copy it to your machine after establishing TeamViewer connection.
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Hi iam new here
I have bmw x3 f25 2012 and i want to code it only vim Video in motion
I have the cable and i have setup all software esys token 3.27.1 and teamviewer
And iam i read alot about coding but iam afraid to mess something
I know i have to make this
CIC 3000 HMI SPEEDLOCK_X_KMH_MAX value = FF 3_kmh = 3 or 8_kmh = 8
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HU_CIC 3000 HMI SPEEDLOCK_X_KMH_MIN value = FF 3_kmh = 3 or 8_kmh = 8
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HU_CIC 3000 HMI VIDEO_NUR_MIT_HANDBREMSE

But iam really afraid and i want someone who know make it for me it will takes a only few min many thanks and iam appreciated
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