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Old 12-14-2012, 03:34 PM
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sorry for my spaghetti english:-)))
Can anyone say me about use of ncsexpert for coding in a E93 with navi HDD several function??

I read on various forum that is the possible ti change some code for permit for example the DVD in motion or activate the comfotr access or permit at hard top of E93 open/close when you are in motion...end the thetering with combox end iphone for navigated on the web by the navi screnn.....

How can do it??:p
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there is guide for enabling dvd in motion on another big bmw coding forum. go search for it.
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