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Old 01-11-2018, 10:29 PM
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Default Flash CIC E-Series with Ethernet

Is it possible to flash a CIC head unit with ethernet? I saw somewhere that you can put the CIC in the required states by using tool32 the right time. Is that right?

What is the other way of flashing it? I have a dcan cable and I updated my CCC just fine with it but I guess the CIC is a different story? How come and everyone is suggesting to buy an ICOM cable since they so expensive?

The reason I want to flash it is because it comes from a E90 car while my car is e63 so I guess I need to flash it with e60 files?


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Old 01-14-2018, 10:39 PM
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After some search I found that I only need to flash 62 which can also be done with a simple d-can cable.
Is that true?
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