Master OPENEVOSSH Port Access to HU NBT EVO for BMW
OpenEVO SSH Tool Features
- Unlimited user access to NBT EVO HU
- Free update within 12 months
- Locked to one specific laptop
Enet Cable Coding SSH Port Access to HU_NBT EVO for BMW Getting network access to HU_NBT, Require the BMW firmware iLevel version newer than 2018-11
More details and FAQs about BMW Coding Service
BMW Coding: Enet Cable
If you wish to do some BMW F10 coding, F30 coding, or any other model upgrading, an Enet cable or the SmartBimmer Enet WiFi adapter and laptop with an Ethernet port or external USB-RJ45 adapter can work their magic. Of course, special coding software for BMW and, preferably, relevant skills are needed to unlock the hidden functionalities like activating full-screen CarPlay after flashing programming the firmware iLevel. The BMW Enet cable coding is for any module – the whole car can be coded.
BMW Coding: USB Self-Coding Scripts
Another BMW coding tool, which is much easier, faster, and less cumbersome than the previous method, is a USB stick with a specially coded file. You just insert it into the port in the center armrest or glove compartment (depends on the type of the head unit – BMW NBT, NBT Evo, or CIC), and complete a series of actions (like turning off the car, locking the doors, etc.) that finish the coding process. BMW USB coding is just for the iDrive (the Head Unit)
Which BMWs support USB coding?
Whether your vehicle will be coded via Enet cable or USB depends on your BMW’s iDrive version, as well as which coding options you’re having activated. Cars with CIC or NBT or EVO ID5 ID6 or MGU ID7 iDrive can generally be coded with our easy USB process, as can most NBT Evo vehicles, depending on what software version they’re running. Most other vehicles will be coded via cable by our technician. Then again, a few options can only be activated via cable, in which case even a car that supports USB coding will need a remote coding session with us. What is the difference between BMW programming and coding? For some, that is the difference between coding and programming on BMW. Coding usually refers to making minor changes to your vehicle’s software configuration, generally unlocking features that BMW itself makes available in some of its vehicles. Programming, on the other hand, is often used to refer to more drastic changes that fundamentally change the way your vehicle works through new software. For example, a tuner might program your vehicle to alter the engine management systems. These processes carry a far more significant risk.