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BMW ICOM Software HDD ISTA-D 4.04.12 ISTA-P 3.60.2.001
Difference bettween BMW coding and programming
1.How to Update and Flash BMW ECU by ICOM WinKFP
This is the user guide of how to update or flash a BMM ECU using WinKFP via a INPA K+DCAN
cable ( some also called it ICOM cable).
First, the tools
If you want to update your car yourself in to easiest way possible…you’ll need:
– A powerful laptop
– Download and install ISTA-P
(standalone links available all over net; if you wanna use a tested version with safety, go to a online shop to buy it-http://www.obd2eshop.com/wholesale/bmw-icom-software-hdd-ista-d-with-engineers-programming
.html it’s a good man of his word to trust in)
– A cable; that is an ICOM cable
(If you want to update CAS then k+dcan cable is enough.)
– At least a 50a power supply, better 70a, to keep car at 13.8v while updating modules.
– Time. Depending on what modules you’ll have the update will take several hours.
Next, preparation for ECU update
You need to import all sp-daten files to WINKFP. Files preparation is the important thing first.
Then you need to have extra power supply connected to your battery.
After this you are ready to flash your ECU. CAS should be updated without key in slot (ignition off).
If you didn’t do it before you should be really careful, it’s easy to brick module.
Finally, update ECU with WinKFP
Winkfp update a bmw ecu successfully!
Alternatively, go to dealer, whinge about a problem and suggest a software update…
Or the hard way. As above, but use winkfp with a download set of daten files (google for links). Use comfort mode in winkfp to update modules then code to default after with ncs expert…
2.Difference bettween BMW coding and programming
As known ISTA/P
is able to perfom coding and programming shown as following picture. But a question arise, what’s the difference bettween BMW coding and programming? Go on reading…
What is Coding?
It is a process utilized by BMW, which groups system specific operating requirements (Data) together and then assigns a label/code to each of these groups of data. The various groups of data are all pre-loaded into system specific “codable” control modules, along with a basic set of operating instructions (Program).
There are various types of operating requirements such as; O2 sensors, emissions controls, fuel type, Manual or Auto transmission.
The procedure of assigning one specifically labeled group of data to the operating program of a specific control module/component is referred to as “coding”. Coding allows a specific set of data already present in the module to be selected.
A “codable” control module has a basic operating program already installed along with several specific variations of operating data. The coding process allows a specific set of operating data to be assigned to the basic operating program of that module/component, with respect to its specific application.
Coding can be performed for some systems/components via ISTA/P
or the older DIS/Plus/GT1/SSS device. By entering a variant code via the device, selecting customer specific operational settings from a list of available features (VKM) or automatically by selecting a specific coding process.
Note: Codable control modules/components are system specific, which means that not all control modules are codable.
What is Programming?
It is a process utilized by BMW to load application/system specific operating instructions. Programming loads control functions instructions into a specific control module.
(Program) into a module/component which already has the systems operating requirements (Data) installed, plus it can be used as a means of updating data and operating instructions previously installed in a control module. Basic programmable control modules have a pre-defined set of operating data already installed which allows the module to be fairly generic until a specific operational program is installed.
The ability to program a module is limited to the number of times it has already been programmed and the hardware version of the control module itself.
What is I-level (or Integration Level?)
The ECU’s in a BMW are not meant to be updated individually, rather as a collection which BMW tested and knows all work fine together. The collective version number of all programmed ECU’s is called the I-level, or Integration level (German: I-stufe). The term I-level was adopted by BMW around the year 2004 and applies only to lines which were in development/production in 2004 or after (E60, E70, E90, etc.).
The I-level is a set of numbers that looks like E89X-11-09-410. The first part represents the chassis group, which is followed by the year and month of the release and a build number for that release. So, E89X-11-09-410 would mean an E80/E90, 09/2011, version 410.
You will often see a set of two I-levels, something like E89X-05-10-026, E89X-11-09-410. In this case the first set is called the Factory I-level, or the level with which the car left the factory, and the second the Dealer Organization I-level, or the current version programmed by the dealer.
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FAQ of ISTA-D 4.04.12 ISTA-P 22.214.171.1240:
Q: I see you have Spain language in this version. Maybe you have Polish SQLiteDBs too?
A: No. But you can get it here:
http://www.obd2eshop.com/wholesale/bmw-icom-software-hdd-ista-d-with-engineers-programming.html it’s working in American English, British English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Turkish, Czech, Swedish, Dutch, Indian, Greek, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai.
Q: I have installed and have connection with F31 via ICOM. Diagnosis working fine, but problem is with programming, I cannot start programming as I am getting message “Please perform vehicle test first”
A: Yup. You need to read all the vehicle data (full test) first and clear all errors on the ECU(s) before making any changes. This is by design.
If it fails, maybe your ista had no full test because of ista need a online connection.
Q: anyone else can’t use ista-p for programming? When trying to connect to a car through ICOM it loads vehicle identification number and model and then keeps loading for 10-15mins, doesn’t read anything else and throws an error pictured below.
A: i think its the problem with ediabas, you need the ediabas patcher in tools to install
And good luck!