Originally Posted by cn555ic
I think what he is referring to is when you read a module the module that originally shows up changes after the actual module is being read by NCSexpert. He probably used that original file name instead of using the one that changes after the Nettodat data pops up.
Got ya mate.
However I am still not able to understand one thing. How does this trick work?
With normal coding we read modules, change the line physically and write it back to car via .MAN file.
With this one, we read the module, change the file of that module, and after changing, my guess is:
We are writing tweaked file back to car.
Now if we have another car but with exactly same module and files, and if repeat the whole procedure, I guess we do not need to tweak that files again.
As it was saved last time.