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How about VXDIAG Multi Tool MB & BMW

VXDIAG Multi Tool for MB & BMW for sale:

SD connect C4:



VXDIAG Multi Tool MB & BMW software download:

VXDIAG BMW software:150USD

VXDIAG Mercedes software: 240USD


No password!

Free activation service!

It’s tested 100% and verified to work perfectly!

Work as the dealer does!


VXDIAG Mercedes:

confirmed to do programming, SCN coding and diagnostic tests!

Can be viewed as SD connect C4 + DoIP support

Can be regarded as SDconnect C5

Can be used for all Mercedes-Benz vehicles

Support DoIP, cover more functions during SCN Coding than SD C4/C5

Support functions including diagnosing, programming, simulation studying, repair information, automotive maintenance, technical service bulletin and so on

no longer update – firmware updates required on rare occasions

does not need a power supply unit for external power supply

Comes with a small, sturdy construction (no PC core, battery, fan, or display)

  • Engines (All Gasoline & Diesel Systems)
  • Transmissions and Electronic Selector Modules
  • Airmatic and Active Body Control Suspension Systems
  • Traction Systems: ESP / ASR / ETS / ABS / BAS / SBC braking systems
  • Supplementary Restraint Systems (SRS) / Airbag, All body modules OCP / UCP / LCP / SCM / SKF / KFB / RCM / DCM’s
  • Drive Authorisation System
  • Sam (Signal Acquisition) Modules
  • Electronic Ignition System (EIS)
  • Pneumatic System Equipment and ATA functions
  • Air Conditioning / climate control Systems
  • Instrument Cluster
  • Tyre Pressure Control
  • Parktronic System
  • Keyless Go
  • D2b Command & Audio Gateway (D2B and MOST networks)
  • TV Tuner
  • Headlamp Range Adjustment
  • Seat Electronics
  • Rvc, RST & Vario Roof modules
  • Automatic Clutch System ACS
  • M-Class Body Modules (AAM / EAM / DAS / SEM / VG Transfer Case)
  • Assyst & ASSYST + systems




Verified to work with BMW E series and F series for diagnostics, coding and programming!

100% tested with BMW diagnostic/programming software, including:

BMW ISTA-D (Diagnostic);

BMW ISTA-P (Programming);

BMW Group ISPI (the fourth generation of BMW diagnostic software client);

E-SYS (Engineer Software for F series, available for programming, coding, Chinesization, realize hidden functions, advanced features);

WINKFP (for E series: programming, upgrade and downgrade);

Tool32 (enter key, import codes, delete certification, advanced features of BMW series);

INPA (read vehicle information, diagnosis, read and clear trouble codes);

BMW Coding (for E series: import data, change the code or realize hidden functions);

KSD2 (offer full vehicle repairing information for diagnosis or programming);

NCS-Expert tool (for E series: set codes, realize hidden functions and change settings);


BMW software includes the engineer version, which is the quick and easy diagnostic programming and coding system that German BMW engineers are using. The system is designed in English and German. The Engineer version is so practical and powerful that it can achieve professional features which all the original professional computers can realize, can change the language into Chinese through the OBD port for import cars (Europe regulation cars, the United States and the United States, Africa, etc.). Features mainly include: diagnosis, programming (incl. programming one module only), coding, realize hidden function, new features activation, the module system update.


Following functions can be activated based on the existing configuration model: 

01 use the button in the cab to close the trunk (electric tailgate), to terminate the reverse operation at any time (available in cars with the electric tailgate)

02 activate the Bluetooth phone function, to automatically play the music inside the phone every time you start the car. (Available in models with a USB port in the armrest box or gear)

03 support audio and video playback via USB cable as well as via iPod.

04 connect to the phone through the Wi-Fi (mobile phones are required to install software)

05 open the voice recognition function (currently only available in English digital telephone dialing)

06 operate the navigation menu when driving, watch DVD (Even the original car is available with CD, you can also watch DVD)

07 Active internet applications (available in post 2012.09 models with professional navigation, but some unsupported with unclear reasons)

08 immediately fold the rear-view mirror with the remote control (for the original car, owners need to press the lock key for 1.5 seconds)

09 activate gearbox program on the sport cars, at a quicker response for speeding up. But it will cause fault codes in ECU test in the 4S shop. (NOT recommended)

10 effectively prevent rear-end collision because brake lights flash quickly when braking severely (for 3 Series 5 Series, testing)

11 use mobile phone traffic to surf the Internet on iDrive via the phone Bluetooth (not tested yet)

12 adjust the warning speed of changing a lane (available in high-end cars with the rearview mirror with the dead angle warning indicator) (not tested yet)

13 automatically released the handbrake (parking button) when the vehicle is started (testing)

14 add the lane departure system and roadside warning identification function (available in optional cars with front cameras) (not tested yet)

15 L7 around Sound Pro
Personalized Customization

  1. Set Seat Belt Alarm time (second/sec)
  2. Disable passenger Seat Belt Alarm
  3. Disable driver Seat Belt Alarm
  4. Set the engine on/off status the same as that before the ignition off or the default status off.
  5. Set the central lock automatically unlock when ignition off
  6. Set Fuel Economy Mode as default mode after ignition on
  7. Enable roll up window when open car door
  8. Enable the option of DRL (Day Running Lights) on or off.
  9. Set Highlight auxiliary and intersection traffic light “Automatic”
  10. Enable to adjust DRL brightness (the default factory setting is brightest)
  11. Set fog light turn on while headlight is on
  12. Enable to Lock/Unlock sound  and adjust the volume
  13. Enable auto close sunroof when raining (May lead to initialize sunroof, it will work only after ignition on for 10 seconds, not very effective.)
  14. Set windshield wiper Back in place when ignition off
  15. Set sunroof automatically close in a tilted state (It needs to initialize sunroof)
  16. Set the turn signal light on/off times (F30)
  17. Enable CIC menu display CI version
  18. Three Bluetooth phone rings available
  19. Enlarge phone number and text storage (25 to 50)


A/C (Automatic Air Conditioning)

  1. Set indoor internal circulation memory the same as that when the ignition off last time.
  2. Set air conditioning memory the same as that when ignition off last time.
  3. Display engine output power and torque on navigation screen
  4. Cancel home screen boot delay confirm message
  5. Cancel rear view camera statement when reversing
  6. Display available gas station on navigation
  7. Display speed limit info (Need hardware support)
  8. Display engine torque menu
  9. Auto headlight
  10. TPMS
  11. Display tire pressure and temperature (Need hardware support)
  12. Adjust mile to kilometer
  13. GPS time synchronization
  14. Dashboard stimulate instant fuel consumption: change from 20 to 30
  15. Enable dashboard light on always
  16. Enable dashboard light always on at night (For BMW 535, GT, 7 series and part of BMW 530)
  17. Enable dashboard light always on at daytime (For BMW 535, GT, 7 series and part of BMW 530)
  18. Enable dashboard lights turn grey (For BMW 535, GT, 7 series and part of BMW 530)
  19. Enable dashboard lights turn orange or grey (For BMW 535, GT, 7 series and part of BMW 530)
  20. DS Mode display current shift from S1 to S7
  21. Set Head-Up Display (Navigation map distance and turn signal, etc.) (Need hardware support)
  22. PDC reversing radar is changed vertically and horizontally



How to Writer Read&Write bin to PCMCIA Flash

There is a way to also use the Tech 2 itself as a Card Writer. I’ll explain this method. (It will allow you to write to 12V only Linear Flash Cards if your PC doesn't have a 12V Cardbus).

Method 1: Using Memory Card Explorer

Method 2: Tech 2 Card Writer
Method 1: Using Memory Card Explorer (MCE)

Anyone that is new to Reading and Writing to PCMCIA Linear Flash Cards will find the topic confusing.

All the basic information you need is not in one place. I personally had to scour the internet and even these forums each step of the way as I hit snag after snag.

Many of the replies to help others on the forums was slightly helpful and the people that replied assumed the person knew things they might not have known.

So I hope this information helps anyone else out there starting out. I may provide links later but for now this will help anyone who has the software or knows where to get it.

Memory Card Explorer Software (MCE) was created by Elan Digital Systems Ltd. Elan went out of business in 2011-2012 and their assets were liquidated. A company named Synchrotech acquired much of what Elan was offering to include MCE.

MCE is no longer supported but can still be purchased. Others have MCE available for download that are unlocked and already licensed so it works without purchase. You will have to search the forums and internet for it.

The latest version of the software is V 3.2.1 and is designed to work with Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP.

Most people today would be using Windows XP so that is the only operating system I have used with MCE and this information is based on using XP.

MCE is the program that Reads and Writes the bin files to and from the Linear PCMCIA Flash Card.

Many on the forums expressed frustration getting MCE to work. Having errors after installation. The suggestions by some were to buy a specific laptop to hopefully correct the problem. This isn't really a solution.

Step 1) Make sure your Laptop or PC has an appropriate PCMCIA Card Bus Slot for your memory card. And make sure your computer has the driver installed for that Card Bus Slot.

Step 2) Install Memory Card Explorer.

Step 3) Insert your PCMCIA Flash Card. XP will show this as a new device. If the driver doesn't load automatically then go to here for further instructions on how to load a Generic Pcmcia Flash Card Driver.

Step 4) Attempt to run MCE. If your particular PC uses the default memory range then it will open up without error. If you receive an error about the memory range then you need to close MCE. If MCE opened without error proceed to STEP 6. If you received a memory error then proceed to STEP 5.

Step 5) Reboot the PC and repeat Step 3 and 4. If this doesn't work try Step 5a.

Step 5a) It's possible that you have a RICOH Card Bus that isn't working properly. If this is the case then you can also install Memory Card Explorer for RICOH. Located here:
Step 5b) Install Memory Card Explorer for RICOH. When prompted to overwrite existing files click Yes or OK to accept. After installation you can attempt to run it but it shouldn't be necessary.

Step 5c) Reboot the PC and repeat Step 3 and 4. (you will not use MCE for RICOH. You will be using the regular MCE software).

Screenshot of MCE:

Screenshot of MCE
Step 6) Next to the SLOT button it will show which slot MCE is using. If your Memory card isn't listed here then Click the SLOT Button. Repeat until your Memory card is displayed.

Step 7) Assuming you want to backup your Flash Card before writing to it click Read (new file). This will open up a Save Dialog Window. Make a new bin file name for your current card and click OK. MCE will now copy your current flash card. Wait for it to complete.

Step 8) To write a bin file to the Memory Card first make sure you have the correct BIN file selected. Look at the Button with a picture of a Floppy Disk. To the right of this shows which BIN file MCE will use. To change this file Click the Button. A dialog window will open. Browse to the bin file you want to write and click OK. Make sure this file is on the PC and not over the network.

Step 9) Click Write. Wait for it to complete.


Some things to NOTE about PCMCIA Flash Cards. Not all Cards even from the same tool are identical.

For instance the OLD Flash Card standards required 12V DC in order to Erase and Write. MCE won't always tell you this depending on the version of Card. What will happen is it won't write and it will corrupt your Flash Card making the software not work on it.

Not all PCMCIA Card Bus controllers have 12V-DC. Most of them have 3.3V and 5V which is the new standard. Only specific ones can erase and write at 12V and usually these are very OLD.

The standard changed and almost as soon as 12V was adopted it was abandoned. Because of this companies using the 12V spec cards had to get newer Flash Cards that supported both 5V and 12V Erase and Write. This is why some people can use nearly any Laptop or PC to Write to their cards.

Others who are unfortunate enough to have the older cards that are 12V only will be plagued with issues unless they use the correct Bus or use the Scan Tool itself as the Write Device.

For a limited time you can still acquire Card Bus that supports the 12V spec. But the only source I could find is from Synchrotech. You will have to scour their website and verify specifications that support the 12V DC erase and flash.

The other option is to just replace your Flash Card with a newer model that supports both 5V and 12V Erase and Write.

Method 2: Tech 2 Card Writer

NOTE: This allows you to use the Tech 2 as the Cardbus and will allow you to write to the 12V only Linear Flash Cards.

NOTE: This allows you to also update the Virtual Flash Card on the Tech2Win software using Com Port 9. (You may also be able to copy the bin file into where Tech2Win stores the virtual pcmcia cards. I haven't tried it yet to verify if it works)

Free download Tech 2 card writer:!hIN0yJKY!IBF60c5uX39JP-K6eSgbGHGlXmz...

(The program writes the images to the memory card diagnostic Tech2 device via comport.
No need to remove the card the way the card is written through com port.
I have not tested the efficiency of the program but I think it works.
No password --- FREE)

Step 1) Make sure your Tech 2 is connected to the PC via the Serial Connection and is in a Download Ready State. (instructions can be found in Tech 2 manuals or the forum or Google)

Step 2) Run the Card_write.exe program (Tech 2 Card Writer)

Step 3) Select the COM Port number your Tech 2 is connected to. (Tech2Win defaults to COM Port 9 but you should verify)

Step 4) Click Start

Step 5) A window pops up. Browse to the BIN file you wish to upload then click OPEN.

Step 6) Do Not Disturb during the update process. If it is working you will see activity on the Tech 2 as well as a progress bar on the Tech 2 Card Writer Software.

If you receive an error it's most likely that your COM connection isn't working. It will usually throw and error stating that the connection is Open. This means it's not talking with the Tech 2 and you have a connection issue.

That's it. Once it's finished, the Tech 2 scan tool will reboot and the new software should be usable.


I hope this information is helpful and feel free to comment if you have something to add or have any questions.

Good luck!


(BIG THANKS to the contributor for his writing above)

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