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Old 11-01-2012, 04:35 AM
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How is this supposed to help. I am on the other side of the world you generate a code and send me a code. Now what? how do I import this code into my car?
He just wanna sell.... not share
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Old 12-30-2012, 04:36 AM
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Dont update the aif it wont let you youll get a security error. In WinKFP go to the setting and disable all buttons on the upper right. Next you need to verify your port are you on 6801 or 02 02 is what you want. 01 is dcan flashing from what i understand. I just did this last week any more questions just hit me up. Also take a look here theirs a walk through on flashing the CIC

As long as you dont write to the afi you wont loose FSC code to your CIC.

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Hi all, I would like to mention one thing, as we live in a world as free but with many nonsense so I have a question for those who can help a fool like me, I'm not able to a cic navigation retrofit codez, if someone can help me?, step by step if possible, I want to mention that my car bmw e 90 of 2005 had no navi,
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Very interested in the same thing for my E90
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