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      11-03-2017, 03:37 AM   #1
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FSC not ok

Hi guys,

Last March I updated an F20 to 2017-1 Move maps (europe), and used the following fsc (vin:VU84458): S6PPZ5YS6JK7KAEIAAUQ.

However, yesterday I tried to update to 2018-1 and the car was asking for fsc when I inserted the USB drive. Weird, because I thought it was a lifetime code I used in March.

Question is if anyone can give me the lifetime fsc for vin:VU84458.
THanks!
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      11-03-2017, 08:05 AM   #2
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Would need your 1B file to generate the FSC.
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      11-15-2017, 02:44 PM   #3
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That code isn't a lifetime code.
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      11-18-2017, 03:03 PM   #4
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That code isn't a lifetime code.
Thanks!
How do you know this?
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      11-21-2017, 12:28 PM   #5
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Thanks!
How do you know this?
Because if it was a lifetime code, you wouldn't need a new code now.
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Because if it was a lifetime code, you wouldn't need a new code now.
LOL!!!!
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Thanks!
How do you know this?
I understand the algorithm.
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Because if it was a lifetime code, you wouldn't need a new code now.

Good one
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I understand the algorithm.
ah cool that you do! Would like to know where you learned this?
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ah cool that you do! Would like to know where you learned this?
After you have generated enough FSCs, you recognize a pattern. Just comes with experience.
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Can someone please point me to a link with diy on how to generate the FSC code and what software i need? My brother back in Europe needs to update his e92 maps if he givs me his vin will i be able to do this for him ?
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My brother back in Europe needs to update his e92 maps if he givs me his vin will i be able to do this for him ?
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Not unless you have access to the BMW ASAP Portal. Or, you use an Ethernet to OBD cable to connect to the car and download a file directly from the CIC.
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So would the Enet cable from BimmerGeeks work to pull fsc from E series ? Because when i type in google Enet to obd it looks just like that, if not can you point me to a right adapter, also what software do i need for this Esys or FSC generator ?
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Follow this to grab the 1B from your CIC unit.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1154524
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Yeah thats the old fashion, iíve been reading a lot lately and there is a software called FSC Generator that i think its 3 easy steps, and also i think its possible with Esys
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