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Tazzi wrote:In-Tech wrote:Hiya, I would think by part number since one part number is used in many different vehicles. Here's a small screenshot example of a few in order numerically.
Personally I would still be grouping by ECU/TCM type and corresponding/compatible operating systems.
It also helps for reverse engineering to identify what cals match which vehicles and how their differences correlate to another car.
Or at least, have some sort of filtering system which allows typing in an ECU type and Operating system to display compatible calibrations and their description (engine/engine diag, system ect).
Absolutely Tazzi, I would love to be able to group by that. The rub for me is a lot of these files come from dealerships where I have no idea what they were for and they let me make a backup of their files, then I unpack to .bin and save.
In-Tech wrote:Absolutely Tazzi, I would love to be able to group by that. The rub for me is a lot of these files come from dealerships where I have no idea what they were for and they let me make a backup of their files, then I unpack to .bin and save.
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh I understand, that would make sense, well guess it could come in handy when there is a request for a missing cal that might be in the huge collection there
julespatch wrote:Just tried again and got on but got a new message.
VE series 2 radio files weren't available. Lame
Only tried the SDM and that came up ok.
Be great if I even got that far
There are gonna have to pickup their shit soon with the number of people banging down their door.
I had 12 missed calls from techline support today, between 3am to 8am. I was actually awake during that point but the work phone is not on during that point!!
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