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      10-31-2013, 09:27 AM   #1
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Hello everyone I don't know if this already exist some where in this forum but here it goes. I a 2009 335i and already have coded alot of things my question is if update my cic idrive with the latest 2014 premium software will I be able to code cic with with 50.2 daten files your help be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Updating your navigation map has nothing to do with firmware. If your asking will you lose the map that you just updated the answer is no. After programming your CIC unit you will still have 2014 premium map. Hope that helps


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Updating your navigation map has nothing to do with firmware. If your asking will you lose the map that you just updated the answer is no. After programming your CIC unit you will still have 2014 premium map. Hope that helps


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Thanks for your help but the question was if after updating the maps version from 09 to 2014 would I have to update anything like my daten files etc etc to able to code cic again .
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you can update your map to 2014 and code your car with current sp daten files
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Thanks for your help but the question was if after updating the maps version from 09 to 2014 would I have to update anything like my daten files etc etc to able to code cic again .
Updating your map to 2014 has nothing to do with the firmware of your car. You are just updating the map data and that's it. You will have no issues coding your CIC module.
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Thanks for your help but the question was if after updating the maps version from 09 to 2014 would I have to update anything like my daten files etc etc to able to code cic again .
Updating your map to 2014 has nothing to do with the firmware of your car. You are just updating the map data and that's it. You will have no issues coding your CIC module.
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