Here's a start. What program do I need to view the contents of the .KWI files on the disc? That is probably where we will find the differences, and hence the solutions, correct?
From my point of view, I would start from being able to write a NAV disk...b5retrofit said:So, where should we start?
That's a good clue for me... ;-)AudiA4B6US said:You don't have to create a DL DVD to test firmware changes, a CD is sufficient.
I have my own opinion regarding things that I "OWN", until I do not ruin anyone's else rights... and will fight for my opinion too...Now that may not work with Euro sw 0330 and newer as it comes with some copy protection, which is illegal in most countries to disable.
Research always attracts me... I'll use weekend spare time to investigate on my "C" HW:50 SW:0360...Anyway, I still think that the disclaimer can be turned off by making a certain VAG-COM change in one of the undocumented channels in #56. I would volunteer to read all undocumented channels from an "E" and a flashed "C" unit (both US 0020). Someone else could do the same with a "C" or "P" Euro unit (not flashed to US software) and we compare the settings. Some may be car related but some others may open the door to get rid of the disclaimer.
Nope, obenobd.org is the best place to go. There are many more settings on the German pages, compared to what's available in English. But you will get at least the channels which are already documented.Do you have any good source of already documented settings beside Sebastian's ?
$ srec_info A2220132.MOT Format: Motorola S-Record Header: "AudiRnse \000\000" Start: 00003800 Data: 003800 - 003B33 003B40 - 036FB9 036FBC - 03749A