PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

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Re: PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

Postby osiguru » Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:12 pm

I finally got my Tech2 hooked up on the bench.
I can now extract all of the PCM software details along with basic .BIN with Pcmhammer.

Dumping BINS, and extracting data with the Tech2 on all of the LS PCM's I can pull from the dismantling lot.
What else can I do to help out, and where can I dump the data to share with you all!?

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Re: PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

Postby bbpanel » Wed Mar 13, 2019 3:41 am

I've successfully downloaded 5 P01 bins now using the Allpro Adapter. I notice at the end of the PCMH results file I get:

[10:26:15:846] Recieved block starting at 523264 / 0x7FC00. 99%
[10:26:17:158] Clearing trouble codes.
[10:26:21:502] Clearing trouble codes.
[10:26:24:111] Elapsed time 00:13:50.9421764


Are the DTC's being cleared in the bin file I downloaded or on the PCM or both? Which brings up another thought - does/can PCMH read the DTC's? If not seems like that might be helpful, e.g. list them in the results just before clearing them and/or provide an option to report them like one does the pcm properties. Of course I have no idea what's involved in doing so.

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Re: PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

Postby DavidBraley » Wed Mar 13, 2019 4:48 am

bbpanel brings up a great question!

If PCM Hammer doesn't read the DTC's, then what software would you guys recommend that would work with the AllPro USB? Or (now I'm really showing how little I know! HA!) does TunerPro RT do this already by any chance? I see that TunerPro has an ELM327 plugin, but I haven't yet tried to interface the AllPro with TunerPro yet, if that's even possible...

And that just got me thinking about another question that I should do some research on: Are there any ADX's that exist for the 0411 that can allow us to LOG using the AllPro USB and TunerPRo RT? Maybe the adapter that Pete is developing will solve some of this... My guts tell me the AllPro might be too slow for something like logging?

Sorry if this is too off topic. If it is, I will start another thread...
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Re: PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

Postby antus » Wed Mar 13, 2019 10:35 am

Yeah reading DTCs is a logging function, so the flash tool doesnt read it. It resets the codes, because errors are triggered and set when the flash process is in operation because other devices cant talk on the data bus.
You will need a good ADX compatible with your interface to read the codes or other 3rd party software. I was in the process of making an adx, and had the base stuff working, but I got side tracked and had forgotten about it. If you are interested in making one you can start up a thread stating as much and we can talk about it on the forums and others can learn.

The elms and scantool and allpro support a subset of the same instructions but have their own quirks, so once the adx works for one it will probably need to be modified for the others, but this should not be a big job for someone who has the interfaces and knows what they are doing. in particular elms are hard because the elm is a chip, and they have different usb or bt chips on board so they dont all run at a standard speed. scantool and allpro are a known quantity. if you have an elm dtcs are probably most easily read with software like torque on an android phone which can try all the speeds and figure out which one is going to work on the interface.
Have you read the FAQ? For lots of information and links to significant threads see here: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1396

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Re: PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

Postby MudDuck514 » Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:04 pm

Hi all,

David, as Antus points out, Torque and an Android device is great for reading and clearing DTCs.
I am using a BAFX BT device with Torque Pro on a Samsung Galaxy Note8.
Also am using the BAFX with Scanmaster-ELM on an old Dell Latitude E6400 Laptop.
I have also had good luck using Tazzi's Software on ELM Street app to access an 0411 on the bench.
Hey Tazzi, any updates to your app?

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Re: PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

Postby DavidBraley » Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:39 pm

Antus and MudDuck514,

Thanks for the ideas. I'm going to do some more research on the ADX thing. I just looked and I just found several saved on my hard drive from an earlier peek into the subject that I can't for the life of me remember where I found them. So I need to find those sources again before I post them up (in a new thread if there isn't one already). As far as making my own ADX, I don't think I'm skilled enough for something like that. But you never know...

And for reading error codes, I would need to go with something like the Scanmaster Elm PC software simply because I don't own an Android device. I think there might even be some Linux friendly scan software tools out there...
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Re: PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

Postby Gampy » Wed Mar 13, 2019 4:33 pm

Thus winding up with data loss ...

Wondering if PcmHammer shouldn't read and log the DTC's before adding to them and ultimately clearing them.

Reading them is easy, the hardest part is parsing them and that's not hard.

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Re: PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

Postby antus » Wed Mar 13, 2019 4:37 pm

Not a bad idea, should be pretty easy to add a read dtcs button, and call that function before a flash and log the details. Feel free to send a pull request against the code.
Have you read the FAQ? For lots of information and links to significant threads see here: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1396

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Re: PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

Postby 1gcrazy » Fri Mar 15, 2019 7:26 am

I just wanted to add my experience in hopes that it would be supported in the future. I'm trying to pull the complete flash off of an Isuzu ECU and transfer it onto another unit. Part number: 8972878303
I'm on Windows 10 x64
Using an OBXLink SX

This is the log:
[03:14:17:215] PCM Hammer 005
[03:14:18:221] Voltage: 15.1V
[03:14:18:238] Elm ID: ELM327 v1.3a
[03:14:18:270] ScanTool device ID: STN1130 v4.0.1
[03:14:22:270] VIN: JACDJ58X017J09742
[03:14:25:469] OS ID query failed: Error
[03:14:25:564] Calibration ID: 9393519
[03:14:25:660] Hardware ID: 9376140
[03:14:25:916] Serial Number: 112GLL0139
[03:14:26:012] Broad Cast Code: DDNK
[03:14:26:107] MEC: 0
[03:14:35:229] Will save to C:\Users\TEC\Desktop\PcmHammer005\test.bin
[03:14:35:232] Querying operating system of current PCM.
[03:14:38:441] Operating system query failed, will retry: Error
[03:14:41:719] Operating system query failed: Error
[03:14:41:723] Will assume this is a 512kb PCM in recovery mode.
[03:14:42:304] Unlock was not successful.
[03:15:25:052] VIN: 4S2DF58XX24602631
[03:15:28:249] OS ID query failed: Error
[03:15:28:344] Calibration ID: 9386343
[03:15:28:440] Hardware ID: 12211180
[03:15:28:647] Serial Number: 176YQF1064
[03:15:28:744] Broad Cast Code: DSRF
[03:15:28:840] MEC: 0
[03:15:36:299] Will save to C:\Users\TEC\Desktop\PcmHammer005\test.bin
[03:15:36:302] Querying operating system of current PCM.
[03:15:39:460] Operating system query failed, will retry: Error
[03:15:42:689] Operating system query failed: Error
[03:15:42:693] Will assume this is a 512kb PCM in recovery mode.
[03:15:43:242] Unlock was not successful.

Debug log:
[03:14:17:215] PCM Hammer 005
[03:14:17:216] ElmDevice initialization starting.
[03:14:17:345] TX:
[03:14:17:358] TX: AT Z
[03:14:18:174] ELM327 v1.3a
[03:14:18:175] TX: AT E0
[03:14:18:189] AT E0 OK
[03:14:18:190] TX: AT S0
[03:14:18:205] OK
[03:14:18:205] TX: AT RV
[03:14:18:221] Voltage: 15.1V
[03:14:18:222] TX: AT I
[03:14:18:238] Elm ID: ELM327 v1.3a
[03:14:18:239] Initializing PcmHacking.AllProDeviceImplementation
[03:14:18:240] TX: AT #1
[03:14:18:253] This is not an AllPro device.
[03:14:18:253] Determining whether PcmHacking.ScanToolDeviceImplementation is connected.
[03:14:18:254] TX: ST I
[03:14:18:270] ScanTool device ID: STN1130 v4.0.1
[03:14:18:271] TX: AT AL
[03:14:18:285] OK
[03:14:18:285] TX: AT SP2
[03:14:18:301] OK
[03:14:18:301] TX: AT DP
[03:14:18:317] SAE J1850 VPW
[03:14:18:318] TX: AT AR
[03:14:18:333] OK
[03:14:18:333] TX: AT AT0
[03:14:18:350] OK
[03:14:18:350] TX: AT SR F0
[03:14:18:365] OK
[03:14:18:365] TX: AT H1
[03:14:18:382] OK
[03:14:18:382] TX: AT ST 20
[03:14:18:398] OK
[03:14:21:925] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:21:927] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:21:947] OK
[03:14:21:949] TX: AT SH 6C 10 F0
[03:14:21:963] Set header response: OK
[03:14:21:966] TX: 3C01
[03:14:22:107] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 01 00 4A 41 43 44 4A
[03:14:22:110] TX: 3C02
[03:14:22:187] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 02 35 38 58 30 31 37
[03:14:22:190] TX: 3C03
[03:14:22:267] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 03 4A 30 39 37 34 32
[03:14:22:270] VIN: JACDJ58X017J09742
[03:14:22:273] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:22:275] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:22:283] OK
[03:14:22:286] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:22:289] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:22:299] OK
[03:14:22:301] TX: 3C0A
[03:14:22:379] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:14:22:381] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:14:22:682] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:22:981] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:23:281] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:23:581] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:23:881] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:23:883] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:14:23:886] TX: 3C0A
[03:14:23:963] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:14:23:965] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:14:24:264] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:24:565] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:24:864] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:25:164] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:25:464] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:25:466] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:14:25:469] OS ID query failed: Error
[03:14:25:472] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:25:475] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:25:483] OK
[03:14:25:485] TX: 3C08
[03:14:25:561] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 08 00 8F 55 6F
[03:14:25:564] Calibration ID: 9393519
[03:14:25:567] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:25:569] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:25:577] OK
[03:14:25:580] TX: 3C04
[03:14:25:657] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 04 00 8F 11 8C
[03:14:25:660] Hardware ID: 9376140
[03:14:25:663] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:25:665] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:25:674] OK
[03:14:25:676] TX: 3C05
[03:14:25:753] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 05 31 31 32 47
[03:14:25:756] TX: 3C06
[03:14:25:833] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 06 4C 4C 30 31
[03:14:25:836] TX: 3C07
[03:14:25:913] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 07 33 39 FC FF
[03:14:25:916] Serial Number: 112GLL0139
[03:14:25:919] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:25:922] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:25:930] OK
[03:14:25:932] TX: 3C14
[03:14:26:009] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 14 44 44 4E 4B
[03:14:26:012] Broad Cast Code: DDNK
[03:14:26:015] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:26:017] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:26:026] OK
[03:14:26:028] TX: 3CA0
[03:14:26:105] RX: 6C F0 10 7C A0 00
[03:14:26:107] MEC: 0
[03:14:35:229] Will save to C:\Users\TEC\Desktop\PcmHammer005\test.bin
[03:14:35:232] Querying operating system of current PCM.
[03:14:35:235] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:35:238] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:35:254] OK
[03:14:35:258] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:35:261] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:35:268] OK
[03:14:35:271] TX: 3C0A
[03:14:35:348] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:14:35:351] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:14:35:650] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:35:950] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:36:251] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:36:550] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:36:851] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:36:854] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:14:36:857] TX: 3C0A
[03:14:36:931] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:14:36:934] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:14:37:235] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:37:535] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:37:835] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:38:135] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:38:435] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:38:438] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:14:38:441] Operating system query failed, will retry: Error
[03:14:38:445] TX: 20
[03:14:38:515] RX: 6C F0 10 60
[03:14:38:517] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:38:520] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:38:531] OK
[03:14:38:533] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:38:537] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:38:547] OK
[03:14:38:549] TX: 3C0A
[03:14:38:626] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:14:38:629] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:14:38:928] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:39:229] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:39:529] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:39:829] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:40:130] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:40:133] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:14:40:135] TX: 3C0A
[03:14:40:210] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:14:40:212] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:14:40:512] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:40:813] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:41:114] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:41:414] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:41:714] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:41:717] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:14:41:719] Operating system query failed: Error
[03:14:41:723] Will assume this is a 512kb PCM in recovery mode.
[03:14:41:726] Suppressing VPW chatter.
[03:14:41:729] TX: AT SH 6C FE F0
[03:14:41:745] Set header response: OK
[03:14:41:748] TX: 2800
[03:14:41:825] RX: 6C F0 10 68 00
[03:14:41:827] Sending 'test device present' notification.
[03:14:41:830] TX: AT SH 8C FE F0
[03:14:41:841] Set header response: OK
[03:14:41:844] TX: 3F
[03:14:41:905] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:14:41:908] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:14:41:921] OK
[03:14:41:924] Sending seed request.
[03:14:41:926] TX: AT SH 6C 10 F0
[03:14:41:936] Set header response: OK
[03:14:41:940] TX: 2701
[03:14:42:298] Timeout during receive.
[03:14:42:301] No response to seed request.
[03:14:42:304] Unlock was not successful.
[03:15:24:795] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:24:798] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:24:809] OK
[03:15:24:812] TX: 3C01
[03:15:24:889] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 01 00 34 53 32 44 46
[03:15:24:893] TX: 3C02
[03:15:24:969] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 02 35 38 58 58 32 34
[03:15:24:972] TX: 3C03
[03:15:25:049] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 03 36 30 32 36 33 31
[03:15:25:052] VIN: 4S2DF58XX24602631
[03:15:25:056] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:25:059] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:25:065] OK
[03:15:25:068] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:25:070] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:25:081] OK
[03:15:25:084] TX: 3C0A
[03:15:25:161] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:15:25:164] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:15:25:464] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:25:763] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:26:064] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:26:365] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:26:666] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:26:667] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:15:26:670] TX: 3C0A
[03:15:26:744] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:15:26:746] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:15:27:047] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:27:346] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:27:646] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:27:945] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:28:244] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:28:246] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:15:28:249] OS ID query failed: Error
[03:15:28:252] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:28:254] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:28:264] OK
[03:15:28:267] TX: 3C08
[03:15:28:343] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 08 00 8F 39 67
[03:15:28:344] Calibration ID: 9386343
[03:15:28:346] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:28:346] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:28:360] OK
[03:15:28:360] TX: 3C04
[03:15:28:439] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 04 00 BA 53 EC
[03:15:28:440] Hardware ID: 12211180
[03:15:28:441] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:28:442] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:28:455] OK
[03:15:28:455] TX: 3C05
[03:15:28:520] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 05 31 37 36 59
[03:15:28:520] TX: 3C06
[03:15:28:583] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 06 51 46 31 30
[03:15:28:584] TX: 3C07
[03:15:28:647] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 07 36 34 FC FF
[03:15:28:647] Serial Number: 176YQF1064
[03:15:28:649] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:28:649] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:28:663] OK
[03:15:28:663] TX: 3C14
[03:15:28:744] RX: 6C F0 10 7C 14 44 53 52 46
[03:15:28:744] Broad Cast Code: DSRF
[03:15:28:746] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:28:746] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:28:759] OK
[03:15:28:759] TX: 3CA0
[03:15:28:839] RX: 6C F0 10 7C A0 00
[03:15:28:840] MEC: 0
[03:15:36:299] Will save to C:\Users\TEC\Desktop\PcmHammer005\test.bin
[03:15:36:302] Querying operating system of current PCM.
[03:15:36:305] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:36:305] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:36:323] OK
[03:15:36:323] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:36:323] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:36:339] OK
[03:15:36:339] TX: 3C0A
[03:15:36:403] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:15:36:403] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:15:36:700] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:36:997] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:37:295] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:37:592] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:37:890] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:37:890] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:15:37:890] TX: 3C0A
[03:15:37:970] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:15:37:970] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:15:38:269] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:38:566] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:38:864] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:39:161] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:39:459] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:39:459] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:15:39:460] Operating system query failed, will retry: Error
[03:15:39:462] TX: 20
[03:15:39:538] RX: 6C F0 10 60
[03:15:39:538] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:39:538] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:39:554] OK
[03:15:39:554] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:39:554] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:39:570] OK
[03:15:39:570] TX: 3C0A
[03:15:39:650] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:15:39:650] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:15:39:947] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:40:244] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:40:541] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:40:840] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:41:137] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:41:137] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:15:41:137] TX: 3C0A
[03:15:41:201] RX: 6C F0 10 7F 3C 0A 31
[03:15:41:201] Received an unexpected response. Attempt #1, status Error.
[03:15:41:499] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:41:797] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:42:094] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:42:392] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:42:689] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:42:689] Receive timed out. Attempt #6, Timeout #5.
[03:15:42:689] Operating system query failed: Error
[03:15:42:693] Will assume this is a 512kb PCM in recovery mode.
[03:15:42:695] Suppressing VPW chatter.
[03:15:42:695] TX: AT SH 6C FE F0
[03:15:42:704] Set header response: OK
[03:15:42:704] TX: 2800
[03:15:42:768] RX: 6C F0 10 68 00
[03:15:42:768] Sending 'test device present' notification.
[03:15:42:769] TX: AT SH 8C FE F0
[03:15:42:784] Set header response: OK
[03:15:42:784] TX: 3F
[03:15:42:848] Setting timeout for ReadProperty, 47 ms.
[03:15:42:848] TX: AT ST 0B
[03:15:42:864] OK
[03:15:42:864] Sending seed request.
[03:15:42:865] TX: AT SH 6C 10 F0
[03:15:42:880] Set header response: OK
[03:15:42:880] TX: 2701
[03:15:43:241] Timeout during receive.
[03:15:43:242] No response to seed request.
[03:15:43:242] Unlock was not successful.

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Re: PCM Hammer - new ls1 flash tool

Postby 1gcrazy » Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:38 am

Not to bombard you guys but I tried reading a more basic unit: 12209614, and got this.

[04:37:37:467] PCM Hammer 005
[04:37:37:753] Thanks for using PCM Hammer.
[04:37:38:687] Voltage: 14.9V
[04:37:38:703] Elm ID: ELM327 v1.3a
[04:37:38:736] ScanTool device ID: STN1130 v4.0.1
[04:37:41:390] VIN: 1GNDX03E62D115533
[04:37:41:502] OS ID: 12223488
[04:37:41:598] Calibration ID: 12223794
[04:37:41:678] Hardware ID: 12202600
[04:37:41:935] Serial Number: 1TJ3EZ1206
[04:37:45:053] BCC query failed: Error
[04:37:45:148] MEC: 0
[04:37:54:864] Will save to C:\Users\The ECU Connection\Desktop\PcmHammer005\test.bin
[04:37:54:866] Querying operating system of current PCM.
[04:37:54:966] OSID: 12223488
[04:37:55:335] Unknown unlock code 0x53
[04:37:59:212] Unable to process unlock response.
[04:37:59:215] Unlock was not successful.

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