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Old 12-13-2011, 09:19 PM
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Default radio bandwidth change for BMW F10.

Hello everybody,

Currently there is a need to change BMW F10 CIC's region from USA to ECE as radio bandwidth is not suitable for Europe (it changes every 0.2 mhz instead of 0.1 mhz).

Has anyone succeed in this task already?

Any clues or suggestions could be useful.

Payment upon success can be considered too.

Tools available for the job:
Hardware: d-can, ops, icom emulator, enet,
Software: ISID, ISSS, Tool32, E-sys


p.s. for E series cars it is simple with NcsExpert but not enymore :(


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Hi,
I can help You remontly , please sent me emial privat.
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