How to Coding for BMW Enhanced Bluetooth

This post share a guide on how to perform BMW Coding for enhanced Bluetooth.

 

What You Need?

BMW E-sys 3.32.1 3.30.01 3.29.0 Coding Software Free Download

How To Use BMW E-sys Coding Software

 

BMW Coding Purpose:

Get a enhanced bluetooth

 

Step 1. Change FA from 6NH to 6NS:

Start E-sys, and connect to car by clicking icon at the top.

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Select your car, and click connect. Select interface depending on interface you will be using. If you

use ENET cable, select connection via VIN at the bottom.

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Go to expert mode > coding. Click read under vehicle order to read FA from car. Click edit.

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Screen will automatically change to FA-editor. Right-click on FA, and choose “calculate FP”.

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Once finished, vehicle profile is shown on right. Expand FAList on left, to SALAPA-element.

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Delete/add FA from the bottom left window, and click apply changes icon.

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New FA must be verified before it can be written to car. Right-click FA and calculate FP again. If FA entered is wrong, error will be shown. For example, “DDD” is not correct FA and E-sys will display error message. After FP is calculated, save the new FA.

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Go to Expert mode > VCM. Load your saved FA file, right-click on FA and calculate FP again.

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Click VCM master tab, and click write FA FP. New FA will be written to the car.

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Click “read FA FP VIN” button and check FA to make sure changes are saved to the car.

 

Step 2. VO Code Head Unit and standalone Combox (CMB_MEDIA) if present:

Connect => Read FA (VO) => Activate FA (VO) => Read SVT (VCM) => Right-Click on Head Unit ECU (e.g. HU_NBT, HU_CIC, HU_CHAMP, HU_ENTRY, HU_ENTRYNAV, etc.) (the ECU itself not the underlying CAFD) => Select CODE (Not Code FDL).

 

Repeat Step 2 above for and standalone Combox (CMB_MEDIA) if present.

Note: 6NS is used for NBT Head Unit. For cars with 6NH and ENTRY or CHAMP2 Head Units, use 6NK, or 6NL if car is equipped with BMW Assist.