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Old 06-21-2013, 06:01 PM
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any one has any idea which software need for code E90

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i can't find anyone post on tutorial how to re-code E-46 or e90. if anyone can help and reply back with a link will be helpful.
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If you can't manage to find the software with a simple google search, might I suggest that your computer skills are not to the level that is necessary for coding your car.

You don't want to brick your car.

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The car's software is so integrated that you can easily break things. Coding is pretty low-level stuff, not like Java or whatever.

Nevertheless: http://www.e90post.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=368
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i can't find anyone post on tutorial how to re-code E-46 or e90. if anyone can help and reply back with a link will be helpful.

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