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Old 03-14-2013, 06:37 PM
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Default CIC stuck in bootloader mode

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I tried to put cic to my 2007 e61 lci. I bought navi system from never e61 bmw. I bought also emulator to block vin exchange between nav and other modules and everything worked fine. Then i wanted to add my national language, so i had to update software using winkfp. Before i did it i disconnected emulator. When preparing to flash i got ecu security error and my navigation stuck in bootloader mode. I tried every possible command, but i cannot take it out of this state.
I would give anything to just get back to previous mode, without software update, but i simply can't find the way.

Any advices whould be appreciated.


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Old 03-19-2013, 02:33 PM
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Can you get UIF from headunit in Winkfp?
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:48 AM
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i think only way you should re-flash with using RS232 connection btw CIC and pc
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Old 03-21-2013, 07:26 AM
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Send cic to me and I can repair it
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Can't you kick it out with WinKFP?
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Napel,

How you kick the CIC out of update mode beside flashing the gateway file which is ~1.5Mb. I only have D-Can Cable.
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Napel,

How you kick the CIC out of update mode beside flashing the gateway file which is ~1.5Mb. I only have D-Can Cable.
where you able to kick the CIC out of bootloader mode?
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i think only way you should re-flash with using RS232 connection btw CIC and pc
I'm interested in the details about re-flashing CIC. Where is the RS232 connector located on the CIC?
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I'm interested in the details about re-flashing CIC. Where is the RS232 connector located on the CIC?

LOL... me too
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Old 07-13-2014, 03:29 PM
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LOL... me too
Thanks for your support.

For who is really interested, I've found an [Only for registered users... ] and I've read somewhere these devices are using the same technology as the BMW CIC.

Based upon this instruction I assume the RS232 connector is location inside the CIC.
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