BMW F30 ENET E-sys Software Coding Tutorial with Cheat Sheet

BMW F30 coding manual:

bmw f series f30 coding tool: ENET cable or ICOM

bmw f series f30 coding software download: BMW E sys

bmw f series coding software install: on Windows or Mac OX

bmw f30 coding cheat sheet: VO coding and FDL coding

bmw f30 ECU coding list: all modules can be coded

bmw f30 ECU coding manual: step-by-step how-to guide

 

 

 

bmw f series coding tool:

For coding only: BMW ENET cable is ok

There are basically two ways to get the ENET cable. You can buy a complete cable, or you can simply build one.

DIY an ENET cable BMW with the help of the how-to’s (Google “DIY enet cable”; it’s easy to find guides you wan)- it’s a piece of cake for you if you’re equipped with technique. You can have a try and then decide to whether buy a complete one.

Don’t spend too much on it- that is, just buy a cheap knock-off online:

http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/bmw-enet-interface-cable-e-sys-icom-without-cd.html

I wouldn’t recommend other sites, although they may work, problem is that they have not been confirmed working yet.

 

For coding & programming: you must have a BMW ICOM emulator (ICOM A2 or ICOM Next). Also, if you have a new BMW or wanna use the tool for future cars, you should have bmw icom.

 

 

bmw f series coding software:

bmw e-sys software download:

http://blog.obdii365.com/2016/07/06/download-bmw-e-sys-v3225-v3261-v3271/

bmw f30 coding software download: E sys 3.24.5 worked 100%

http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/bmw-enet-interface-cable-e-sys-icom-coding-f-series.html

Note: E-sys software is used for bmw f series coding only; if you want to have ECU programming, please you should have Ista-p.

Bmw icom ista-p latest version 07.2017: bmw programming

http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/v2017-7-bmw-icom-software.html

 

bmw f series coding software install:

Usually, Windows system is your first option. But now, Mac OX also be the one you can have a try. This is how to install BMW E sys on Macbook pro:

http://blog.obdii365.com/2016/08/25/install-bmw-enet-e-sys-on-macbook-pro-v10/

 

bmw f30 coding cheat sheet:

FA Codes (VO Coding)

Activate Active High Beam Assistant (Anti-Dazzle)

Activate Variable Light Distribution

Activate Enhanced Bluetooth

Activate iDrive Office

Activate Sport Automatic Transmission

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CAFD Codes (FDL Coding)

Angel LED Brightness (Xenon Headlamps or LED Headlamps required)

Cornering Lights (Fog Lamps) & Fog Lamp Welcome Lights

Day-Running Lights & Activate Rear Fog Lamps

Assorted Lighting Features

LED Replacement Turn Signal Bulbs Activation

Instrument Cluster

Safety Features & Precautions

Vehicle Drivetrain Features, Sport Features, & Active Sound Design

General Locking/Window Features & Convenience Features

iDrive Features

Video In Motion & Playback Features, Owner’s Manual in Motion, and Camera in Motion

Advanced Real-Time Traffic Information Activation

Heads-Up Display

BMW Live Enabling

Active Spoiler (F34 3-Series GT only)

Seat Heating Temperature Levels/Memory Seats

Headlamp Washers Configuration

CODES THAT NEED TO BE TESTED OR CHECKED

INEFFECTIVE OR UNAVAILABLE CODES

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f30 coding cheat sheet 2016 download:

https://mega.nz/#!wXQHhSgb!4nj6DeU7MefmjfcEvZpaGN1l2E8cEZnevMFHCtYnZ3U

 

 

bmw f30 ECU coding list:

AAG – Trailer Hitch Module

ACC – Active Cruise Control

ACSM – Advanced Crash and Safety Management

AHM – Trailer module

AMP – Amplifier

AMPH – HiFi Amplifier

AMP_TOPHB – Top HiFi Amplifier/System

AMP – Amplifier/System

AMP_TOPHB – Top HiFi Amplifier/System

ASA – Active steering

ASD – Active Sound

BDC – Body Domain Controller (ZGW, FEM, REM, SZL, IHKA, TCB, CAS, JBBF Combined)

CAS – Car Access System

CID – Central Information Display

CMB_ECALL – Combox Emergency Caller

CMB_MEDIA – Combox Media

CVM – Soft top module (Convertable Top)

DKOMBI – MFID Instrument cluster (6WB)

DDE – Digiatl Diesel Electronics

DME – Digital Motor Electronics

DSC – Dynamic Stability Control

DWA – Immobilizer (Alarm)

DVDC – DVD Changer

EGS – Electronic Transmission Control Unit

EHA – Electronic ride-height control

EHC – Electronic ride-height control

EKPM – Electronic fuel pump control

EMF – Electromechanical parking brake

EPS – Electronic power steering

FEM_BODY – Front electronics module (ZGW, FRM, CAS, and JBBF Combined)

FEM_GW – Front electronics module gateway

FKA – Rear-cabin automatic A/C

FLA – Automatic High Beam Camera Only

FRM – Footwell module (Lighting)

FRR – Active cruise control

FZD – Function unit roof

GWS – Gear selection switch

HKFM – Rear Lift-Lid (Trunk)

HKL – Rear Lift-Lid (Trunk)

HU_ENTRY – Head Unit Entry Level (no iDrive System)

HU_CHAMP (Head Unit CIC Mid) (iDrive system)

HU_CIC – Head Unit CIC High (iDrive system)

HU_NBT – Head Unit NBT (iDrive system)

HC2 – Lane Change Warning

HUD – Heads-Up Display

ICM_QL – Integrated Chassis Management

ICM_V – Integrated Chassis Management Vertical (Vertical dynamics management)

IHKA – Integrated automatic heating/air conditioning system

JBBF – Junction box electronics

JBE – Junction box electronics

KAFAS – Cameras System (LDW, AHB, SLI)

KOMBI – Instrument cluster

LHM – LED Headlights main light modules (fan and LEDs for the cornering light, low-beam and high-beam

headlights).

NIVI – Night Vision Camera

PDC – Park distance control

PMA2 – Parking Assist

RDC – Tyre pressure control

REM – Rear Electronics Module

RSE – Rear Seat Entertainment

SM – Seat module / Seat Memory

SME – Accumulator-management electronics

SMBF – Seat module / Seat Memory Passenger

SZL_LWS – Steering column control unit

SVT – Servotronic

TCB – Telematics Communications Box (BMW Assist)

TMS – LED Headlights (stepper motors for the Adaptive LED Headlights and LEDs for the side marker light,

the positioning light and the turn indicator)

TRSVC -All around view camera

TBX – iDrive Controller Touch Handwriting Module

VDM – Vertical dynamics Management

ZBE – iDrive Controller

ZGW – Central gateway module

 

f30 coding manual:

The steps of BMW F series ECU flash…. Just remember to identify the dependencies and select appropriately in step 15 in the below procedure.

 

When flashing involves ZGW it is widely said that the ZGW module should be updated BEFORE other

modules. The TAL (transaction list) generated by E-Sys should take care of this. But if you want, you could

flash the ZGW all by itself and then restart and do the rest. The steps remain the same.

Flashing all modules at once is also as easy as flashing individual modules. Just select all the modules in step

15 (still blFlash, swDeploy, cdDeploy, and ibaDeploy columns)

 

HU_CIC Depends (PreRequisites) on: 38 + 14 (BOTH ZGW)

KOMBI Depends on: 38 + 10 + 14 + 53 + 57 (ZGW + HU_CIC + ZGW + CMB_MEDIA + HU_CIC)

CMB_MEDIA Depends on: 57 (HU_CIC)

ZGW does not have dependencies.

 

How to identify dependencies in E-SYS interface:

Open TAL IN TAL Editor, and it will show you under ECU (TalLine_ID) if it has any PreRequisite ECU (TalLine_ID’s).

As you can see here, TalLine_ID=13 (Kombi) has a PreRequisite of TalLine_ID=11 (HU_CHAMP):

 

HU_CIC:

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KOMBI:

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CMB_MEDIA:

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ZGW:

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Here are the basic steps:

Go to Comfort Mode => TAL-Calculating
– Read and Save FA
– Activate FA
– Read and Save SVT Actual as SVT_ist
– Create an SVT Target
Under KIS/SVT Target Calculation Strategy, select Complete Flash
Select I-Step (shipm.) to match your original I-Level as read and shown in VCM I-Step (Shipment)
I-Step (target.) will be unselectable as it is fixed based on current PSdZData I-Level
Do a KIS/SVT Target Calculation and Save as SVT_soll
– Do a TAL Calculation and Save as SVT_tal

Go to Expert Mode => TAL-Processing
Load TAL (SVT_tal)
Load SVT Target (SVT_soll)
Select “Read FA” button.
Check radio button for “read VIN out of FA”
On ECU Tab, uncheck let top box in column “All” (All checked boxes should toggle to unchecked)
On ID Base Row for Kombi, make check boxes in blFlash, swDeploy, cdDeploy, and ibaDeploy columns.
Press Check software availability
Press Start and it will proceed with processing TAL to flash Kombi with new firmware.

 

Please go on your reading for details.

 

  1. Connect external charger (at least 50AMPs, preferably 70AMPs) to the car battery. Connect laptop to power supply. This step is essential!
  2. Turn lamp switch to parking light – this will keep the ignition on beyond 20 minutes.

Turn light switch to Parking Lamp On – first position/stop to the right.

 

Please refer to Appendix B for further info regarding the light switch and the 20

minutes.

  1. Connect via “Connection via Gateway URL”

In the Connection window, select the ‘Connection via gateway URL’ instead of via VIN, and use the car’s IP address with the default port number 6801.
Passed with flying colors

 

(else flashing ZGW will fail)

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  1. Select Comfort Mode TAL Calculating

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  1. Read and save FA

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  1. Activate FA

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  1. Read and save SVT Actual as “SVT_ist”

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  1. Create an SVT Target:
  2. Select Complete Flash

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  1. Select I-Step (shipm.) to match vehicles shipment I-Step level
  2. Select Expert Mode VCM button

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  1. On the right bottom box, select “Master” tab

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iii. In I-Steps box, click on “Read” button.

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  1. Integration Steps boxes above will be populated with the data. Note down the IStep

(Shipment).

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  1. I-Step (target.) will be unselectable as it is fixed based on current PSdZData I-Level. Select

the appropriate level in I-Step (shipm.) as obtained in step above

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  1. Do a KIS/SVT Target Calculation and Save as “SVT_soll”

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  1. Do a TAL Calculation and Save as “SVT_tal”

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  1. Go to Expert Mode TAL-Processing

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  1. Load TAL [SVT_tal) created in step 8.e

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  1. Load SVT Target (“SVT_soll”) created in step 8.d

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  1. Click the “Read FA” button

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this will result in the FA_aus_VCM.xml file:

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  1. Check radio button for “read VIN out of FA” and click the “Read VIN” button

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  1. On ECU Tab, uncheck let top box in column “All” (All checked boxes should toggle to unchecked)

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  1. On ID Base Row for HU_CIC, CMB_MEDIA, KOMBI and ZGW check the boxes in blFlash, swDeploy,

cdDeploy, and ibaDeploy (please see Appendix C) columns.

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  1. Press Check software availability (this, among other, ensures that you have the correct PSdZdata

and the FULL version of them)

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  1. Press Start and it will proceed with processing TAL to flash Kombi with new firmware

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  1. Cross your fingers and watch it work

 

END. That’s all above BMW F30 coding with BMW ENET E-sys software.

 

Credits to all contributors, esp. http://www.obdii365.com/

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