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NCS Expert: How To Modify NETTODAT Files

NCS Expert: How To Modify NETTODAT Files

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Overview For some features, such as controlling how long you have to press the lock button down on the key fob to fold in the car’s mirrors, require you to modify the NETTODAT.TRC file.    Note To keep this tutorial as short as possible, I will not be going into some of the details for NCS Expert since most were explained in the Getting Started guide. So if you are new to coding BMW E90s, be sure to follow the Getting Started guide first by clicking the following button:  Getting Started Guide Let’s Get Started In NCS Expert, load the Expertmode profile Press F1, and then press F3.  For the ECU, choose the CAS ECU. Press F6, and then press F4 to choose which module you are wanting to change the NETTODAT file for and press the OK button. Press F4 to read the ECU. When you read the ECU, a new NETTODAT.TRC file (which you should backup someplace on your computer) will be created in the NCS Expert WORK folder. A pop-up window titled NETTODAT.TRC will also appear. Exit out of that window. Open the NETTODAT.TRC file located in the NCS Expert folder in  Notepad++ or Notepad.  Use the search feature in Notepad++ or Notepad to find the line you need to edit. When done making the changes, save the file as NETTODAT.MAN. Notice the .MAN extension at the end, instead of .TRC. Just so we do not screw up anything in the following steps, close out of NCS Expert and re-open it. This time load the FSW PSW MAN profile instead of the Expertmode profile.  Repeat steps 2-3. Press F5 or click the basic functions button and select “coapiCodeSgByNettoData” in the pop-up screen and then press the OK button. Another pop-up screen will appear, and for the field Nettodatenliste, type in NETTODAT.MAN. Next press the OK button on the pop-up window. After pressing the OK button in the pop-up window above, NCS Expert will take the values in the NETTODAT.MAN file located in your NCS Expert WORK folder, and code them to your car.  You can now close NCS Expert....

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Activate Folding In Mirrors With Key Fob

Activate Folding In Mirrors With Key Fob

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Feature Overview: Activating this feature will allow you to hold the lock button on key fob for 2.5 seconds and the mirrors will automatically fold in. When the unlock button on the key fob is pressed, the mirrors will automatically fold back out. If you have Comfort Access installed, touching the driver or passenger door’s handle will allow the mirrors to fold in or out as well.  ECU/s Effected: NFRM Feature Confirmed Working On The Following Car Model Years: 2006 E90 2007 E90 2008 E90 2009 E90 2010 E90 2011 E90 If you have confirmed this feature works for a model year not listed, tell us by writing a reply to this tutorial below. 1. Change The Following Parameters: NFRM Module Parameter Old Value New Value SPIEGEL_KOMFORT_EINKLAPP nicht_aktiv aktiv 2. Optional: Additional Feature: Feature Overview: Control how long you have to hold the key fob lock button before the mirrors start to fold in. By default, you have to hold the lock button down for 2.5 seconds.  ECU/s Effected: CAS   Note Before moving forward, if you do not know how to modify NETTODAT files in NCS Expert, click the following button to learn how: Modify NETTODAT Guide CAS NETTODAT File Available Time Options: Hex Value Time It Takes Mirrors To Start Closing 00 Instantly 05 0.5 seconds 0A 1.0 second (recommended) 0F 2.5 seconds (default) Find the following line in the NETTODAT file and edit the value in bold with one of the available time values in the table above: Line to look for:...

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Activate Unlocking All Doors When Removing Key Fob

Activate Unlocking All Doors When Removing Key Fob

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Feature Overview: Activating this feature will allow you to automatically have all your car doors unlock when you turn your BMW vehicle off. If you have comfort access installed, and you do not put your key fob into the key slot, your car will still unlock all the doors when you press the push to start button to turn the car off. Otherwise, your all your doors will unlock when you remove the key fob from the key slot. ECU/s Effected: CAS Feature Confirmed Working On The Following Car Model Years: 2006 E90 2007 E90 2008 E90 2009 E90 2010 E90 2011 E90 If you have confirmed this feature works for a model year not listed, tell us by writing a reply to this tutorial below. WARNING This feature will only unlock the driver door if key fob is set to unlock the driver door only within the iDrive settings. To unlock all doors, make sure to set the key fob to unlock all doors within the iDrive settings, and this will unlock all doors. This also works with Comfort Access when the engine is shut off, but you might need the KOMFORT_EJECT parameter activated. 1. Change The Following Parameters: CAS Module Parameter Old Value New Value ER_KEYOUT_AUTOVR nicht_aktiv aktiv...

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Activate Closing Windows & Sunroof With Your Key Fob

Activate Closing Windows & Sunroof With Your Key Fob

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Feature Overview: Activating this feature will allow you to close all the car windows and the sunroof when holding the lock button on the BMW key fob. ECU/s Effected: CAS Feature Confirmed Working On The Following Car Model Years: 2006 E90 2007 E90 2008 E90 2009 E90 2010 E90 2011 E90 2012 E90 If you have confirmed this feature works for a model year not listed, tell us by writing a reply to this tutorial below. 1. Change The Following Parameters: CAS Module Parameter Old Value New Value KOMFORTSCHLIESSUNG_FB nicht_aktiv aktiv...

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Activate The E90 OEM Alarm System

Activate The E90 OEM Alarm System

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Feature Overview: Activating the OEM alarm will enable a chirp sound when locking/unlocking the doors from the key fob, and if you have the iDrive system installed, you will be able to easily activate and deactivate some of the alarm features. ECU/s Effected: CAS, CAPPL, DWAI, DWAS, CIC Feature Confirmed Working On The Following Car Model Years: 2006 E90 2007 E90 2008 E90 2009 E90 2010 E90 20011 E90 If you have confirmed this feature works for a model year not listed, tell us by writing a reply to this tutorial below. Note: You must have the BMW OEM Alarm System Hardware installed for this feature to work correctly. To learn how to install the BMW OEM alarm system yourself, visit the following link: E90 Post OEM DIY Guide 1. Vehicle Options (VO) To Add: +K302 (Note: Adding this vehicle option would give you access to the DWAI and DWAS modules. If your vehicle already has the DWAI and DWAS modules, this step may not be necessary.) 2. Change The Following Parameters: DWAI Module Parameter Old Value New Value LAUTSTAERKE nicht_aktiv aktiv ALARM_OPT_FERNLICHT nicht_aktiv aktiv QUIT_AKUST_SCHAERF_KLAPPE nicht_aktiv aktiv PANIK_ALARM nicht_aktiv aktiv QUIT_AKUST_ENTSCH nicht_aktiv aktiv DEF_QUIT_AKUST_ENTSCH nicht_aktiv aktiv DEF_QUIT_OPT_ENTSCH nicht_aktiv aktiv DEF_QUIT_AKUST_SCHAERF_KL nicht_aktiv aktiv ANFRAGE_FENSTERPOSITIONEN nicht_aktiv aktiv PIAU_AKUST_ENTSCH nicht_aktiv aktiv PIAU_AKUST_SCHAERF_KLAPPE nicht_aktiv aktiv SIGNAL_HK nicht_aktiv aktiv DWAS Module (Note: change the below values only if the chirp is too quiet) Parameter Old Value New Value BUZZER_HIGH_LEVEL wert_06 wert_04   wert_07 wert_05     wert_08 CAS Module Parameter Old Value New Value SONDERTASTE_PANIKALARM nicht_aktiv panikalarm MOTORHAUBENKONTAKT nicht_aktiv aktiv CAPPL Module (Note: If your vehicle does not have the CAPPL module below, skip to the CIC module table) Parameter Old Value New Value ACOUSTIC fkt_gesperrt fkt_frei C941C_QUITT_AKUST_KLAPPE fkt_gesperrt fkt_frei K9416_QUITT_AKUST_ENTSCH fkt_gesperrt fkt_frei C9413_QUITT_AKUST_SCHAERF fkt_gesperrt fkt_frei CIC Module (Note: This next step is only necessary if your vehicle does not have the CAPPL module above) Parameter Old Value New Value ACOUSTICAL_LOCK_CONFIRM nicht_aktiv...

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