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      12-31-2019, 04:05 PM   #1
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Coding Advanced Driving View

I read the Advanced Driving View guide from eaglesrest but can't get it to work. I can connect fine to Esys via Esysx, but whenever I try to read code it tells me "object with name not found." In particular, I am trying to read DKOMBI4 for the Advanced Driving View. There also is no folder called CAFD_00004508 as called for in the guide presumably because of the previous error.

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I'm selecting the correct I-step version and connecting via ethernet OBD2 cable

Does anyone have any suggestions? I've not seen any mention of this error with the G05. Thanks so much!
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I read the Advanced Driving View guide from eaglesrest but can't get it to work. I can connect fine to Esys via Esysx, but whenever I try to read code it tells me "object with name not found." In particular, I am trying to read DKOMBI4 for the Advanced Driving View. There also is no folder called CAFD_00004508 as called for in the guide presumably because of the previous error.

I have:
Esys 3.33.4
Esysx
Psdzdata Lite 4.19.4

I'm selecting the correct I-step version and connecting via ethernet OBD2 cable

Does anyone have any suggestions? I've not seen any mention of this error with the G05. Thanks so much!
What is the ISTEP in your car? You might need a newer psdzdata if you are on November 2019 release.

Basic process (skipping lots of relevant details):
- connect to car
- start ESyS by running ESysX
- in ESys, connect to car; make sure it gives the Connected pop-up
- Read FA
- Read SVT
- right click VIN at the top of the ECU tree and choose Read Coding Data; this will read all ECUs and leave local NCD files for you to play with offline; will also want to save FA and SVT files for that
- do the rest per the other instructions
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What is the ISTEP in your car? You might need a newer psdzdata if you are on November 2019 release.

Basic process (skipping lots of relevant details):
- connect to car
- start ESyS by running ESysX
- in ESys, connect to car; make sure it gives the Connected pop-up
- Read FA
- Read SVT
- right click VIN at the top of the ECU tree and choose Read Coding Data; this will read all ECUs and leave local NCD files for you to play with offline; will also want to save FA and SVT files for that
- do the rest per the other instructions
I'm on 7.19.53 from July. Do I still need a later version? I'm on the latest I could find at present.

I guess I'm going to have to read up on it because I don't see FA in Esys. Is SVT the same as SVT Actual? I see an option for reading ECU under SVT Actual and that throws all kinds of read errors for object with name not found. Thanks!
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What is the ISTEP in your car? You might need a newer psdzdata if you are on November 2019 release.

Basic process (skipping lots of relevant details):
- connect to car
- start ESyS by running ESysX
- in ESys, connect to car; make sure it gives the Connected pop-up
- Read FA
- Read SVT
- right click VIN at the top of the ECU tree and choose Read Coding Data; this will read all ECUs and leave local NCD files for you to play with offline; will also want to save FA and SVT files for that
- do the rest per the other instructions
I'm on 7.19.53 from July. Do I still need a later version? I'm on the latest I could find at present.

I guess I'm going to have to read up on it because I don't see FA in Esys. Is SVT the same as SVT Actual? I see an option for reading ECU under SVT Actual and that throws all kinds of read errors for object with name not found. Thanks!
That version of Psdzdata should be fine for your ISTEP.

The top level instructions I mentioned are all in the Coding module in ESys.

Are you successfully connecting to the car? Car in Diagnostic Mode (triple press start without brake)?

Pic is not while connected to car, sorry, not near car right now.
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That version of Psdzdata should be fine for your ISTEP.

The top level instructions I mentioned are all in the Coding module in ESys.

Are you successfully connecting to the car? Car in Diagnostic Mode (triple press start without brake)?

Pic is not while connected to car, sorry, not near car right now.
I was looking at the Expert Mode view. I guess you were talking about Personal View?

I assume I'm connected since my VIN shows up. I'll give it another go tomorrow. Thanks so much again.

I really just want the advanced driving view and the PIA ASS disabled for now. I'll explore the cheat codes at some point for some of the other tweaks.
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I did not put the car in diag mode since it wasn't mentioned in the how-to's I've come across. Could that be it? I will try the same procedure plus that and see. Any particular order that should be done? Before or after turning on ignition, etc.?

What is in your screen cap never appeared after clicking the Read (ECU) under SVT Actual. I just got the object name not found error.
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I did not put the car in diag mode since it wasn't mentioned in the how-to's I've come across. Could that be it? I will try the same procedure plus that and see. Any particular order that should be done? Before or after turning on ignition, etc.?

What is in your screen cap never appeared after clicking the Read (ECU) under SVT Actual. I just got the object name not found error.
You can code with either Diagnostic Mode or car engine running. If engine running, you can't code DME (which includes ASS coding). If engine not running, watch the battery level.

I'll see if I can reproduce your error by playing with a couple of things. A screen cap would help. Not clear right now. Sounds like a misconfiguration. Maybe corrupt or not properly copied psdzdata directory, ESysX license not activated, maybe using 32bit ESys with 64bit configured ESysX ... just shooting in the dark here.
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I really just want the advanced driving view and the PIA ASS disabled for now. I'll explore the cheat codes at some point for some of the other tweaks.
Strictly speaking, by the way, you don't need an ESys setup for ADV and ASS coding. Both can be done with Bimmercode, former in Expert Mode and latter in the standard simple mode.
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You can code with either Diagnostic Mode or car engine running. If engine running, you can't code DME (which includes ASS coding). If engine not running, watch the battery level.

I'll see if I can reproduce your error by playing with a couple of things. A screen cap would help. Not clear right now. Sounds like a misconfiguration. Maybe corrupt or not properly copied psdzdata directory, ESysX license not activated, maybe using 32bit ESys with 64bit configured ESysX ... just shooting in the dark here.
Thanks again. That would be great. I have everything 64-bit so I don't think that's it. I did activate EsysX Monday so that shouldn't be it either. I redownloaded the 64-bit Esys and the psdzdata file, reinstalled Esys and replaced the default psdzdata directory with the one in the download. Everything is as it was before, just fresh. Will reconnect to the X5 and grab a screenshot.
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So it turns out I do get the SVT tree. I had forgotten what the interface looked like connected. Still get the object name not found error and still no CAFD_00004508 folder to right-click on so I'm stuck in the same place as before. I grabbed a screenshot but somehow didn't end up with the whole thing. Hope it's sufficient.
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So it turns out I do get the SVT tree. I had forgotten what the interface looked like connected. Still get the object name not found error and still no CAFD_00004508 folder to right-click on so I'm stuck in the same place as before. I grabbed a screenshot but somehow didn't end up with the whole thing. Hope it's sufficient.
Hm. Can you screen cap the screen just before connecting to the car, I'd like to see those settings. So disconnect, then before connecting, do the screen cap. And also Coding module view full screen immediately after connecting, particularly the lower right corner.

And also please confirm that you did the previous Read Coding and screen cap with either car engine running or Diagnostic Mode on.
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I read the Advanced Driving View guide from eaglesrest but can't get it to work. I can connect fine to Esys via Esysx, but whenever I try to read code it tells me "object with name not found." In particular, I am trying to read DKOMBI4 for the Advanced Driving View. There also is no folder called CAFD_00004508 as called for in the guide presumably because of the previous error.

I have:
Esys 3.33.4
Esysx
Psdzdata Lite 4.19.4

I'm selecting the correct I-step version and connecting via ethernet OBD2 cable

Does anyone have any suggestions? I've not seen any mention of this error with the G05. Thanks so much!
Wrong target selector?

Should be S18A_19_07_571_* or similar. Don't select *_DIRECT
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I read the Advanced Driving View guide from eaglesrest but can't get it to work. I can connect fine to Esys via Esysx, but whenever I try to read code it tells me "object with name not found." In particular, I am trying to read DKOMBI4 for the Advanced Driving View. There also is no folder called CAFD_00004508 as called for in the guide presumably because of the previous error.

I have:
Esys 3.33.4
Esysx
Psdzdata Lite 4.19.4

I'm selecting the correct I-step version and connecting via ethernet OBD2 cable

Does anyone have any suggestions? I've not seen any mention of this error with the G05. Thanks so much!
Wrong target selector?

Should be S18A_19_07_571_* or similar. Don't select *_DIRECT
That's along the lines of what I am thinking too, hence why asked the connection questions and screen cap of the pre-connect screen.
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Not sure if I got what you were looking for, but here are a few shots.
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Yap, here is your problem. In this window, for TargetSelector, make sure you select S18A something. Do NOT select the _DIRECT version. You can make it easier to find by selecting S18A as the Main Series. That should do it.
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Yap, here is your problem. In this window, for TargetSelector, make sure you select S18A something. Do NOT select the _DIRECT version. You can make it easier to find by selecting S18A as the Main Series. That should do it.
Thanks but in my screen cap of the connection screen I have the non direct option highlighted in blue. That's already what I've been using. It's not S18A, but F020 or I001 since those are the closest to my I-step version.
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Yap, here is your problem. In this window, for TargetSelector, make sure you select S18A something. Do NOT select the _DIRECT version. You can make it easier to find by selecting S18A as the Main Series. That should do it.
Thanks but in my screen cap of the connection screen I have the non direct option highlighted in blue. That's already what I've been using. It's not S18A, but F020 or I001 since those are the closest to my I-step version.
No, you need to select one of S18A ones for sure, no question. Select the one with the same year and month release as yours, the minor version doesn't particularly matter. S18A is the core ISTEP variant in G05 (aka G005) cars.
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It's not S18A, but F020 or I001 since those are the closest to my I-step version.
Where the guide states "choose the i-step that most closely matches your car version e.g. S18A_19_07_553" it means the model AND i-step, not try and find a numerical value closest to your car's i-step.

F020 is the target connector for an old one series, and various other older models.

If you have a G05 then that means S18A_* the next part is the actual i-step version of your car, with the target selector ideally equal to or greater than your car's i-step.

"Should be S18A_19_07_571_* or similar"
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I got it all set. Thanks so much both of you. It mentioned to select an FA first but then I remembered what LexxM3 said about reading FA and selected the FA there and then it proceeded.
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Strictly speaking, by the way, you don't need an ESys setup for ADV and ASS coding. Both can be done with Bimmercode, former in Expert Mode and latter in the standard simple mode.
I don't have the Bluetooth adapter for Bimmercode. It's Android and iOS only isn't it?
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Strictly speaking, by the way, you don't need an ESys setup for ADV and ASS coding. Both can be done with Bimmercode, former in Expert Mode and latter in the standard simple mode.
I don't have the Bluetooth adapter for Bimmercode. It's Android and iOS only isn't it?
Bimmercode is a mobile app, so yes Android or iOS. Besides the BT adapters, you can get a mobile (lightning or USB) Ethernet adapter and use with the same cable as you use for ESys.

But you're almost or all the way there for ESys coding now, so don't really need Bimmercode except as an "on the road" convenience.
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Anyone have a link on how to use the cheat codes with Esys? I've been looking for days and can't find anything.
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