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      05-09-2015, 03:42 PM   #23
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Getting errors with NCS expert.. can someone explain the process step by step?


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      05-10-2015, 03:49 AM   #24
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Can you be more specific (what errors, steps taken, etc...)
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No more errors (I updated my daten files) but still don't understand how to change it... Can I do it with the BMW coding tool or does it have to be done via nettodat coding..?

If nettodat... how. I've never done any nettodat coding...

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      06-20-2017, 12:52 AM   #26
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I can verify this is working on 2009 E93.

Thanks to TS for posting this!

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      04-17-2018, 10:31 PM   #27
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Thank you so much! I was able to code this today changing the GESCHWINDIGKEIT - SPEED setting using NCS Dummy in CTM_E93.C03 module. Just added the custom value data "1E" exported NETTODAT.TRC and loaded into the CTM, worked like a charm. Open and close to while rolling moving. I can now operate top leaving a red light like my E46 did.
AWESOME, Thanks again!
Confirmed working 2011 E93

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Originally Posted by moreno1 View Post
Hey folks,

I just coded my CTM module in order to operate my roof while driving (in motion):

The line that needs to be change is GESCHWINDIGKEIT
default should be wert_02 (which is 00 km/h)
After using NCSDummy you can change it to the following values
32 = 50km/h (which i think is way too high, but it's your call)
1eh = 30km/h
14h = 20km/h

Code it via nettodata and you are good to go. Just remember that doing so if you hit a pothole you can damage something. Use with caution only for emergency .

Enjoy,

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      07-13-2018, 07:54 AM   #28
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If anyone is still struggling with this, hopefully the below will help.

Use NCS Expert to read your CTM Module
Close NCS Expert (not needed but recommend you do it)
Edit the following line in your NETTODAT.TRC File (usually found in c:\NCSEXPER\WORK)

B 00300300,0010,00,F4,3B,31,07,FF,0A,28,0E,FF,1C,FF, 49,49,8C,45

(It should be the 4th line)

The value you want to change is the number after 0010, (in the example above 00)

Change the value to the speed in km/ph in HEX, so 30 km/ph = 1E, use https://www.binaryhexconverter.com/d...-hex-converter if you need to work out the HEX value of any decimal number

The line should now look like

B 00300300,0010,1E,F4,3B,31,07,FF,0A,28,0E,FF,1C,FF, 49,49,8C,45

See how the value after 0010, is 1E, not 00 anymore?

Then in order to code the newly edited NETTODAT file to your car, save the file as NETTODAT.MAN, or just save the file, and rename in using File Explorer

Open NCS Expert again, load your coding profile
Click the "VIN/ZCS/FA" button (F1). The button labels change once again.
Click the "ZCS/FA f. ECU" button (F3).
In the "Choose CHASSIS" dialog box, select your chassis and click "OK".
In the "Choose ECU" dialog box, select one of the presented modules (for example "CAS", "EWS" or "EKM") and click "OK".
After a short moment, the top groupbox should now show information regarding your car.
Click the "Back" button (F6). The middle groupbox now shows the available modules and default job name.
Click the "Process ECU" button (F4).
In the "Choose ECU" dialog box, select the CTM module and click "OK".
Click "Reading ECU" button (F4)
Close the Notepad window that pops up with your current NETTODAT.TRC File (this is just a repeat of what you would have done at the start to get your CTM Module NETTODAT.TRC file)

Click the "Basic functions" button (F5).
In the "Choose basic function" dialog box, select "coapiCodeSgByNettoData" and click "OK".
In the following "coapiCodeSgByNettoData" dialog box, make sure the correct module is set for "CBD name" (CTM) and enter NETTODAT.MAN for "Nettodatenliste". Click "OK" to begin the nettodata coding job.

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      07-13-2018, 08:01 AM   #29
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Quote:
Originally Posted by moreno1 View Post
Hey folks,

I just coded my CTM module in order to operate my roof while driving (in motion):

The line that needs to be change is GESCHWINDIGKEIT
default should be wert_02 (which is 00 km/h)
After using NCSDummy you can change it to the following values
32 = 50km/h (which i think is way too high, but it's your call)
1eh = 30km/h
14h = 20km/h

Code it via nettodata and you are good to go. Just remember that doing so if you hit a pothole you can damage something. Use with caution only for emergency .

Enjoy,
I know the original post in this thread is VERY old, but I'm sure, like me, a lot of people will find this thread via Google.

Please be aware, that where in the above post it says :-
Quote:
1eh = 30km/h
14h = 20km/h
It should read
1E = 30km/h
14 = 20km/h

Use https://www.binaryhexconverter.com/d...-hex-converter for any other values you may want other than 30km/h or 20km/h
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