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    Guys,

    After a freaking rear-end accident on my girls 2012 smart fortwo, we are now stuck with a Bosch Smart Highline GPS/Navigation system that is locked. We are the second owners of the car and have no idea what the first owner set the code to. I have no tools to dump the eeprom, all I have is the Model/Serial etc. So I am hoping someone can help find the factory code to get back into this unit.

    Bosch Smart Highline Made by Blaupunkt
    A 451 906 10 80
    7 640 052 110 001
    0004257

    She is driving the car now without any sort of head unit/navigation. Any help is appreciated guys.
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    Can anyone point me to a good programmer to use on this eeprom while in circuit? So I can get a dump.

    Unless someone can decode from the info above.

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    Any help is appreciated. Smart Center/Mercedez has been useless. Bosch Customer Service is never available and the closest Smart Center is a 4 hour drive. They said it would take an hour or so to reset this unit if we did drive there.

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    Just a quick note this unit is actually manufactured by Blaupunkt. Can anyone decode this unit using tools for Blaupunkt?

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    not can decode by serial, only by dump

    I send pm and try

    best regards

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    Mercedes/Smart claim they can unlock these units at their service centers. There has to be some method of unlocking them that doesn't require taking the unit apart to dump the eeprom. Especially if they are supposed to be able to unlock them at a service center by appointment etc.

    I can try to disassemble the unit but I am worried I may break something while doing it.

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    have read my private mensaje?


    mercedes not can unlock the unit, 100% sure, the code is set by the user, and not by serial from factory!!!

    and friend the unit is build by bosch not blaupunkt

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    Bosch and Blaupunkt were the same until 2009. This unit has firmware containing Blaupunkt files and code. I just read that Bosch did manufacture the unit but it appears they just ripped off some old Blaupunkt code for it. So I guess in a way its made by both Bosch and Blaupunkt. Funnily enough it actually runs WinCE as the core system .

    I know I need to dump the eeprom and write a fixed one back. I don't have tools or equipment to do it. I can't find any repair shops around here either. I may have to ship it to someone.

    I want this unit back working so I can mess with WinCE on it and play with customization.

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    Here are photos of the top board. I can't get the board out. I hope someone can point out the eeprom and that it's on this side.


    https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...s4UzhKR1lXaGlR

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    friend why not read my Private mensaje?

    READ READ!!! CHECK YOUR INBOX!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SangrelX View Post
    Here are photos of the top board. I can't get the board out. I hope someone can point out the eeprom and that it's on this side.


    https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...s4UzhKR1lXaGlR
    It is unlikely that there is. Try to find eeprom 95128

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    I had already read your message. The default factory code was changed by the previous owner. So I know I need to dump the eeprom.


    Hopefully someone can identify the eeprom from the photos I posted. I may have time to try and tear down the unit further later this evening. I'm betting the eeprom will be labeled 95128 and it's on the back of the board.

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    Eeprom in photo
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    Thanks, I actually managed to disassemble the entire unit about 30 minutes ago and found the EEPROM. Now I am just trying to find a programmer that will work for 95128 SPI EEPROM Chips. From what I am finding, I can read and flash these using a basic CH341A programmer. I am just trying to verify if that is true or not.

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    Eeprom in photo

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    I haven't done any work on EEPROM/ATMEL chips in years. Once I found my tools I was able to finish disassembling this thing without breaking anything. Can someone point me to a programmer that will work. I am in the USA, so I am browsing Amazon right now.

 

 
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