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      01-21-2020, 05:10 PM   #45
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You need Esys 3.33.4 to do that.
Thanks mate.

Is that going to be the case for VO coding LCA as well as enabling ADV?
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      01-21-2020, 05:27 PM   #46
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Thanks mate.

Is that going to be the case for VO coding LCA as well as enabling ADV?
It's not the version of esys that is the issue.

Launcher Pro 2.8.2 does not have FDL mappings for the G05.

You need to get a paid launcher pro 3.x or esysx.

You don't need a launcher to VO Code, just use esys, which is fine for LCA.

3.27.1 should be fine, but no harm in using the later version. I use 3.34.0.

You can't VO Code ADV but could use bimmercode if didnt fancy buying esysx or battling with tokenmaster for launcherpro.

Edit: Well technically you can VO Code ADV but only if you have a Japanese build car.
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      01-21-2020, 05:32 PM   #47
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So what version of esys is required for ADV if not using bimmercode? My eaglesrest guide indicates 3.33.4 and I used esysx and assumed that it was required since itís listed as such.
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ADV in this instance - the car has drive assist pro from factory, but not LCA being a UK car.

On LCA we couldn't find the SASx module to code, but that's a separate issue. Here we were trying to enable the ADV view in the instrument cluster.
As stated you can VO Code LCA by removing 8TR from your FA, and VO Coding SASx, BDC BODY (7083) and HU_MGU.

You couldn't see SASx as you didn't have the engine running when you did Read ECU.
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So what version of esys is required for ADV if not using bimmercode? My eaglesrest guide indicates 3.33.4 and I used esysx and assumed that it was required since it’s listed as such.
3.33.4 is recommended but not mandatory. 3.27.1 should work fine. I'd use the later version personally, but upgrading esys won't fix his issue.

The key issue is Launcher Pro 2.8.2 is the free version that TM released in a strop. Its old and doesn't have the newer psdzdata mappings used on the G05.
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So what version of esys is required for ADV if not using bimmercode? My eaglesrest guide indicates 3.33.4 and I used esysx and assumed that it was required since it's listed as such.
3.33.4 is recommended but not mandatory. 3.27.1 should work fine. I'd use the later version personally, but upgrading esys won't fix his issue.

The key issue is Launcher Pro 2.8.2 is the free version that TM released in a strop. Its old and doesn't have the newer psdzdata mappings used on the G05.
Thanks for the replies across both threads mate...in short I should look to upgrade my esys and use with an alternative launcher, but for LCA itself I should be fine if I have engine running while reading the ECU?
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Thanks for the replies across both threads mate...in short I should look to upgrade my esys and use with an alternative launcher, but for LCA itself I should be fine if I have engine running while reading the ECU?
Yep you can VO Code LCA now. You'll see SASx, and other engine running dependant ECU, appear in the list.

LCA is a way better feature than ADV anyway
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Hi brother, I would like to ask how to activate the G05 driver advanced view. Can you share the code?
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Hi brother, I would like to ask how to activate the G05 driver advanced view. Can you share the code?
Use bimmercode or you can PM me. I have a cached copy of eaglesrestís instructions.
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