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    Quote Originally Posted by crazylou2017 View Post
    Please provide your original car key picture, if it is IMMO 4th generation, VVDI2 can work; if it is IMMO 5th generation, it depends on the engine ECU.
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    Can we do 2018 year passat ? Spare key
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    hello every one
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    Is it possible to add key to Porsche 996 with VVDI2?

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    MSS60 still does not work reading isn from dme.
    I checked on the latest version 6.6.0.

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    Hello,

    Anyone knows if this is already compatible with g-30 bdc?

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    hello can you help me i have the upa i need to read the opel tms370 antenna but l donīt have the adapter can connect via up cables help i have months trying
    hello can you help me I have the upa I need to read the opel tms370 antenna but I don't have the adapter can connect via upa cables ?????? help i have months trying
    hello can you help me I have the upa I need to read the opel tms370 antenna but I don't have the adapter can connect via upa cables ?????? help i have months trying

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    Quote Originally Posted by battistini1 View Post
    hello can you help me i have the upa i need to read the opel tms370 antenna but l donīt have the adapter can connect via up cables help i have months trying
    hello can you help me I have the upa I need to read the opel tms370 antenna but I don't have the adapter can connect via upa cables ?????? help i have months trying
    hello can you help me I have the upa I need to read the opel tms370 antenna but I don't have the adapter can connect via upa cables ?????? help i have months trying
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    Hello. After VVDI2 update did BMW X1 F48 spare key. BDC system. Everything was as usual in the begging but got problem during flash process. Got error "Upload part (2/2): Failed. It failed at 46%. So I'm thinking now, why this happened to me? VVDI2 was updated recently (6.6.0V). Also it might be my fault. By accident I set current limit on the adjustable power supply up to 1.1A and forgot to increase to the max - 5A as usual.

    Now interesting why this happened? During flash process current consumption is usually up to 0.75A when ignition is on. Voltage was 13.8-14V. Maybe during flash process on the part 2/2 within the range 40-50% vvdi2 restarts BDC unit and at the same time it activates relay or something who could briefly and instantly increase current consumption? Now I'm confused a bit, want to know why this happened.

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    Amperage on this job just bit above 0.5 amp. 1 amp not issue
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    Hmm, now it's a bit more clearly, just now I looked again at the picture, I see error at the bottom of the window "Failed to initialize device..." Somehow vvdi2 device lost connection with laptop during flash process. Maybe someone had same problem? not the first time I did spare key, all the time everything was fine before vvdi2 update. I must mention that I didn't move device or anything during flash.

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    It could be a Windows issue...
    Is it all fine with the drivers?

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    hello good I tried to read several instrument panel audi a3 8p from 2004 and I have not been able to read any with reference 8p0920930, put select a3 tt, and a screen comes out that connects the ignition and I am not able to read it

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    Quote Originally Posted by torero233 View Post
    hello good I tried to read several instrument panel audi a3 8p from 2004 and I have not been able to read any with reference 8p0920930, put select a3 tt, and a screen comes out that connects the ignition and I am not able to read it
    Audi A3 2004-2005 with Fujitsu is not supported in VVDI2, Only with Micronas 2006 and up.

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