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Old 12-22-2011, 09:37 PM
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Hello!
Have anybody worked with BMW EWS editor?

Found v3.2.0
Does it read and write EWS via k-line?


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yes it does. work also via dump without interface.
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Yes. Except d47j ews. I use this tool.
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Hello!
Have anybody worked with BMW EWS editor?

Found v3.2.0
Does it read and write EWS via k-line?
yes, it works.
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