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Should you not receive an email with activation link, check your SPAM settings or please and include the ID/ email address you registered with. >>Software update at home with ISTA/P and ICOM User Name Remember Me? I'm pleased to see ISTA/D (diagnostics) and ISTA/P (programming and coding) with my ICOM works on the K1300S bike As well as running through diagnostics, I flashed latest (as of early 2015) software to the DME, KOMBI, ZFE module etc. I'm not sure how common-knowledge this is? (everybody just talks about GS911). There's a very short youtube video, that's all I found. I shot a 20 minute video if anyone's interested in me uploading to youtube?

I use an ICOM multiplexer with a separately purchased 'D' adapter. I think you could just do it all over a cheap K-Line eBay Chinese BMW cable though (with the addition of the same 'ICOM D' adapter. This converts a car-style OBD plug into the round BMW bike plug). I have the expensive ICOM A2+B+C multiplexer kit because my 5-series needs the MOST fibre-optic module for programming some of the multimedia modules. It does also have the benefit of a very long ethernet cable connection to the computer instead of the USB of the K-Line OBD cables. If you only want to do diagnostics, and not programming, you can install ISTA/D on a normal PC and use the USB cable.

And I assume it will work with the bike. I could test it out if anybody is interested. For programming/coding, it's a much larger install, with lots of data files, specially hacked software, etc. Image Dreambox 800 Hd Download there. And needs to run from a dedicated old Dell laptop really I think, or vmware. OK I will upload videos later. I shot a quick one showing the wires/connections etc., and then me trying it out for the first time.

This was split into firstly diagnostics, and then the second half of that video is me looking at programming (they are two separate options from the front screen). During the second half I came to a dead end when I thought it wasn't offering any new software for the vehicle. On my 5-series car, I thought it automatically offered to update everything.

So I was a bit disappointed and turned everything off. Anyway I went back ten minutes later for another look, and I ticked 'program' for each of the modules that it would allow me to, and then I clicked to 'determine measures plan' (the workflow that was going to be performed), and in reviewing the measures plan, I could see much newer version numbers being offered, so I went ahead.

The alarm and tyre pressure module failed to erase or update. For a minute I was worried it had failed mid-update, but it just got skipped. Everything else got updated.

Both videos have the radio on in the background, the dog being annoying, the girlfriend playing on her phone, and me attempting to excite her with talk about voltage-hacks (yawn). It would be better if I wiped out the audio and narrated over the top, but I haven't the time just yet so maybe I'll just upload straight from the phone. The software comes as either a 40gb bittorrent download, from places like mhhauto or rutracker.org, or you can buy it pre-installed onto an encrypted hard drive from the Chinese OBD shops. You'll get a very up to date version that way, but you will have to stick the hard drive in a compatible machine - they usually recommend a Dell Latitude D630 which can be picked up for cheap off eBay, and you won't be able to clone the hard drive, or mount it on another pc to over-ride the locked down desktop or anything because of the encryption they use. I use a bittorrent sourced one.

I had an encrypted HDD version too but I sold it on eBay. As mentioned previously, the software (ISTA - integrated services technical application), is split into 'D' (diagnostics) and 'P' programming. You launch whichever from the first screen. I did also find a much smaller download of just ISTA/D, which installed straight onto my windows 8.1 XPS-13 laptop, but I never tried to connect it to a car. It seemed to launch OK though. For diagnostics, troubleshooting, fault clearing/testing/recalibrating etc, this might be all that's needed, with a $20 'BMW Cable' off eBay plus the above 'ICOM D' adapter (another $20).

I will test that pair out and report back. Within the main ISTA program, you can go into workshop settings and change your branding from 'BMW' to 'BMW Motorrad'. It's just logos on the front that it changes as far as I can tell. Sounds interesting, where do you find access to the software updates? I'm thinking that the first step could be that people check to see if there are updates available for their bike. The updates themselves are already there on the computer. It's all done offline.

My ISTA install is the March 2015 release or something. All the ECU firmware, and everything is in there. The workshops update periodically, and this is basically a hacked 'mobile' version.

It's meant to allow off-line use (offline from the garage's bigger systems, ISIS & ISID systems or something) for 7 days, but the hackers hack it which is why it says '9999 days remaining' in the bottom right:-). I guess that I can see using this to read error codes, but a setup that is presumably a Chinese hack of the BWW code to reprogram modules on the bike seems incredibly risky. This is not a method I would try personally. Yes that's a fair view, although this setup is used in the car world extensively. However you should know that the diagnostics side is much more than just reading/clearing codes. It is BMW workshop walk-through procedures. Unfortunately, after 4 - 5 hours, when I was asleep, youtube rejected my video for being longer than 15 minutes.

I will try again. This video shows ISTA/D diagnostics, with me displaying fault codes but not bringing up the details on them, then nearly going to clear them, then changing my mind and leaving them there. Then it shows me in ISTA/P programming, but not actually doing any programming (I do this in a later video which is still uploading). Then I go back to diagnostics, and I take a closer look at the fault codes, and in particular I drill down into the specifics of the exhaust flap servomotor fault (the fault type - 160 or 32 = flap mechanism). Then I clear the codes. Going back to the programming stuff (flash updating), I should add that I used the older generation software (winkfp) to flash the firmware for the gearbox (ZF 5hp19), and the DME, of my 2001 BMW 330i SE, when I had that car, and I did it all over an eBay 'BMW cable' (k-line USB cable) $25 cable. I still think one of these (which I still have somewhere), with the Bike-plug adapter (ICOM D cable), would be enough for diagnostics, and even maybe programming but programming might be more difficult due to the software lock-down of this newer ISTA software.

I will do some testing of diagnostics, installed onto my everyday laptop, and with a cheap USB BMW-cable, when I get a minute. It turns out, the S1000RR guys are all over this already!

Maybe us sports touring types are all a bit long in the tooth Also, ISTA-D, installed on my windows 8.1 laptop, launches from my desktop, and works with a $15 K+DCAN cable. Can't do flash updating with it, but you can do diagnostics, resetting service reminders, testing things, programming remote control fobs, etc.

Also, from my video, where the DWA+RDC module failed to update (within the ISTA/P programing), well that actually did leave that module broken. No alarm or tyre pressure sensors, ECU not responding.

I had to learn how to use WinKFP again, and flash the software for the DWA+RDC manually that way. All working again now though. So programming/flash updating is not without risks. These same things go wrong at dealerships all the time though. They just don't have the learning curve of you or I when it goes wrong. I'd say you're safe with ISTA diagnostics though.

Who needs a GS911! ISTA/D, recent versions of, are known as RHEINGOLD, btw, if you decided to go and read/search. Mine came in a huge 65gb bittorrent called 'BMW_ISPI_ISTA-3-50-1-ISTAP-3-56-1'. What I did though, was, when the torrent file was added to my uTorrent, I un-ticked all the ISTA-P stuff so that it didn't download, because I only wanted Diagnostics (about 10gb ish). It's the programming that's particularly huge due to all the new firmwares for every bmw, mini, rollsroyce, etc, for the last 10 or however many years. Almost forgot, the video of Programming (software updating of ECUs). Again with doggie and my girlfriend and radio and me trying to interest her (yawn!) So both videos were done from an old laptop that is set up specially with theses apps.

That's why it's slow too. I now have the diagnostics on my everyday XPS 13 laptop (as per the big screenshot above), but not the programming. It uses up too much space (I only have a 256gb ssd flash memory drive in my laptop). Plus the programming is done once really.

This is a 2009 bike and I brought it up to 2015 software updates. I won't be needing or wanting to do it again any time soon. I hope this isn't against the rules, but below is a link to the BitTorrent file from a Russian torrent tracker site, that I just used to get a very new version of ISTA/D (diagnostics), and ISTA/P (programming) installed on any laptop (works on both my Windows 10 ultrabooks), and it's just a case of unzipping and moving the files to the root of your C: drive. No weird protection things or hacks or anything, no old laptops required either. You need to unzip with 7zip from because it's a.7z file. 7zip from 7-zip.org is a trusted tool with no spyware/crapware or anything.

It's the zipping tool of choice for those in the know. I put the torrent file onto a different server because you need to sign up in Russian to download it from the original site (rutracker). This is the stuff that the China-OBD websites put onto encrypted hard drives and sell you for $150.

The instructions were in Russian, but I've included a translation below. It works perfectly by the way. The program is English (and some other languages if you choose I think). You can start the torrent download with uTorrent or something, and if you just want to do diagnostics, and not risk the programming/coding side of things (flash updates to software), then you can right-click on your download once it's started, and de-select the ISTA/P file, which is 50 gigabytes. Then you only have about 10gb to download to be able to run diagnostics, and repair guidance/procedures. It walks you through everything. It's like training+diagnostics in one.

You don't need the ISTA/P or NetworkTool for Diagnostics either. It's trouble-free really.

You may have problems with it detecting ignition on/off (KL15) depending on your cable/usb or icom version etc, but it won't cause any problems with diagnostics. It's only with programming/coding that you have to figure that stuff out. I've included a screenshot of how to de-select files with uTorrent.

Note: uTorrent is not crapware-free. You have to be careful when you install it, and do not just click 'next, next, next', you have to 'I do not agree', 'do not want', 'no thank you', 'bugger off' a few times during the install, like a lot of 'free' software nowadays. Otherwise you get adverts on your computer (no viruses though). Instructions: picture of utorrent file selecting: picture of USB Serial Port Settings in device manager: Also for USB, you'll probably have to set this as per the picture: changing to Motorrad for bikes: Actual torrent file link. Get it while it's still hot: If using a $15 K+DCAN cable + motorbike adaptor (ICOM-D Cable), then obd.ini and ediabas.ini will need setting to suit (interface = STD:OBD, in C: Rheingold ediabas BIN ediabas.ini, and port = com-whatever (com3, com1), in C: Rheingold ediabas BIN obd.ini). This info is all over the internet, from the BMW car forums.

Also do the latency settings and buffer/transfer sizes settings as per the picture that I have included above, in Windows' Device Manager. Again this is all over the car forums for USB K+DCAN with BMW cars. To set the program for Motorrad (bikes), you have to change it in the settings. There is a picture of that too. If you don't do this, it won't recognise motorbikes, so you have to do it. If this is against forum rules then I apologise.

Please just remove the torrent link but leave the info & screen shots? Procrastination does occasionally pay off since I never could bring myself to pop for the GS911. I already have a dedicated INPA service, tuning, and coding laptop for the 335i and d with the cable so this will be a simple upgrade!! Be careful with the cables. I heard the same cheap transparent housing cable can be found with either a white or green board inside. The green board works, the white one doesn't. Yup you could use that laptop, or just install it on another.

ISTA is much newer than INPA. In some ways I preferred INPA though because you could flick between live data very quickly, which ISTA isn't so good for.

I admit I'm not sure what this thread is all about. I understand that there is software to be downloaded from the internet to get access to the ECU and the other vehicle computers. So one can reset service reminders, adaptive values etc. For free i.e. Not having to buy a GS911 or visit the dealer. Okay, that's nice.

Now I don't want to ridicule all that enthousiasm here and I recognise the fun of 'hacking' a vehicle computer, but does all this lead to some point where we can adjust the fuel and ignition mapping ourself and flash it to the ECU? I admit I'm not sure what this thread is all about. I understand that there is software to be downloaded from the internet to get access to the ECU and the other vehicle computers. So one can reset service reminders, adaptive values etc.

For free i.e. Not having to buy a GS911 or visit the dealer. Okay, that's nice. Now I don't want to ridicule all that enthousiasm here and I recognise the fun of 'hacking' a vehicle computer, but does all this lead to some point where we can adjust the fuel and ignition mapping ourself and flash it to the ECU? No this thread is about the software that the dealer uses, which is split into two separate sub-parts, one of which is easy to set up and can't possibly cause you any nightmares, and that's the ISTA/D diagnostics, which as you say, negates the requirement for a GS911, and no doubt does more too.

The other is the programming. This is what flashes the latest BMW-official software to all your modules (ABS, Chassis, Engine, Tyre Pressure + Alarm). That's called ISTA/P and it can go wrong so I'd not advise doing it unlesss you like hacking away at a computer/bike to fix it if it does go wrong. It's not about fun or hacking a computer it's about being able to do your own maintenance more easily.

The download is almost done, thanks for the links. I will post if I have time to play with it and derive anything helpful. I need nothing more. Super, no prob.

BMW Standard Tools is not included in the above by the way. It was included alongside the older INPA software. There's plenty of download links for that.

This includes tool32 (for reading/writing parameters/data directly to the devices, which is what you have to do if something screws up, i.e. To reset the failed-flash-programming status, so that you can try again with winkfp) and winkfp which will flash a given module directly, if you get the sp-daten etc imported correctly & it agrees that the update file is compatible with your version of the module you're trying to update. ALso includes another installation of EDIABAS which will probably work separately to the ISTA version. You would want BMW standard tools, a working EDIABAS configuration (as detailed previously), and then to import the data into winkfp from the ista/p directories. I know you said you didn't need anything else but thought a few pointers on the above might be useful, because the previous links are simply dealer maintenance software.

No raw access to anything so to speak. Post #5 above from bernardo has a link to a good source - about $20. Found it, seems too inexpensive to be true! First time I scrolled through that link I wasn't sure what I was looking for.

FYI for those new to this. My 335i developed a miss on cylinder 3 just out of 100k warranty. Troubleshooting identified the injector. Injectors are now updated requiring all 6 to be replaced. HP Piezo injectors needs to be coded to the car with flow data using the BMW software. Price to repair?

Just over $2000. I bought the exact OEM parts from Rock Auto, added new coils and plugs while I was at it, and completed the repair with the injector programming for under $1000 in a few hours. You either need deep pockets to keep yourself in new BMWs under warranty or pay others a fortune to fix yours, or you have to learn to do it yourself.

Coding is also great fun. Tired of that door chime reminding you of the keys in the ignition?

Would you like a digital speedo available in the center display? Can't wait to see whats available in the motorcycle software. Here's a cheap older laptop that will run the full software: We use these^^^ at work for service laptops on older medical devices that require serial ports for com. Found it, seems too inexpensive to be true!

First time I scrolled through that link I wasn't sure what I was looking for. FYI for those new to this. My 335i developed a miss on cylinder 3 just out of 100k warranty. Troubleshooting identified the injector.

Injectors are now updated requiring all 6 to be replaced. HP Piezo injectors needs to be coded to the car with flow data using the BMW software. Price to repair? Just over $2000.

I bought the exact OEM parts from Rock Auto, added new coils and plugs while I was at it, and completed the repair with the injector programming for under $1000 in a few hours. You either need deep pockets to keep yourself in new BMWs under warranty or pay others a fortune to fix yours, or you have to learn to do it yourself. Coding is also great fun. Tired of that door chime reminding you of the keys in the ignition? Would you like a digital speedo available in the center display? Can't wait to see whats available in the motorcycle software. Here's a cheap older laptop that will run the full software: We use these^^^ at work for service laptops on older medical devices that require serial ports for com.

You know, I haven't looked at any NCSExpert coding for the bike (door chimes, digital speedo etc. Obviously not as much relevant but still might be some things). I have done it on my e60 545i though (overridden airbags, disabled some of the intelligent battery stuff, added the digital speedo). I used NCSDummy to make it easier for me. I guess the translations won't be in there, for German to English, but be interesting to have a look anyway.

I suppose one of the first things that springs to mind for me, is the tyre pressure monitor. You can't change the pressures that it alerts at, and I know some on here wanted to do that. You probably could do it through NCSExpert. Again that is part of BMW Standard Tools though - a 12mb download from elsewhere on the 'net. At least all the sp-daten, trace files etc are in this gigantic torrent though.

Have fun!:-). I hope this isn't against the rules, but below is a link to the BitTorrent file from a Russian torrent tracker site, that I just used to get a very new version of ISTA/D (diagnostics), and ISTA/P (programming) installed on any laptop (works on both my Windows 10 ultrabooks), and it's just a case of unzipping and moving the files to the root of your C: drive. No weird protection things or hacks or anything, no old laptops required either. You need to unzip with 7zip from because it's a.7z file.

7zip from 7-zip.org is a trusted tool with no spyware/crapware or anything. It's the zipping tool of choice for those in the know.

I put the torrent file onto a different server because you need to sign up in Russian to download it from the original site (rutracker). This is the stuff that the China-OBD websites put onto encrypted hard drives and sell you for $150. The instructions were in Russian, but I've included a translation below. It works perfectly by the way. The program is English (and some other languages if you choose I think). You can start the torrent download with uTorrent or something, and if you just want to do diagnostics, and not risk the programming/coding side of things (flash updates to software), then you can right-click on your download once it's started, and de-select the ISTA/P file, which is 50 gigabytes. Then you only have about 10gb to download to be able to run diagnostics, and repair guidance/procedures.

It walks you through everything. It's like training+diagnostics in one.

You don't need the ISTA/P or NetworkTool for Diagnostics either. It's trouble-free really. You may have problems with it detecting ignition on/off (KL15) depending on your cable/usb or icom version etc, but it won't cause any problems with diagnostics. It's only with programming/coding that you have to figure that stuff out. I've included a screenshot of how to de-select files with uTorrent. Note: uTorrent is not crapware-free.

You have to be careful when you install it, and do not just click 'next, next, next', you have to 'I do not agree', 'do not want', 'no thank you', 'bugger off' a few times during the install, like a lot of 'free' software nowadays. Otherwise you get adverts on your computer (no viruses though). Instructions: picture of utorrent file selecting: picture of USB Serial Port Settings in device manager: Also for USB, you'll probably have to set this as per the picture: changing to Motorrad for bikes: Actual torrent file link. Get it while it's still hot: If using a $15 K+DCAN cable + motorbike adaptor (ICOM-D Cable), then obd.ini and ediabas.ini will need setting to suit (interface = STD:OBD, in C: Rheingold ediabas BIN ediabas.ini, and port = com-whatever (com3, com1), in C: Rheingold ediabas BIN obd.ini).

This info is all over the internet, from the BMW car forums. Also do the latency settings and buffer/transfer sizes settings as per the picture that I have included above, in Windows' Device Manager. Again this is all over the car forums for USB K+DCAN with BMW cars. To set the program for Motorrad (bikes), you have to change it in the settings.

There is a picture of that too. If you don't do this, it won't recognise motorbikes, so you have to do it. If this is against forum rules then I apologise.

Please just remove the torrent link but leave the info & screen shots? Hi mate.I'm pretty sure i followed your instructions. Downloaded torrent except for ISTA, as open the loader, it returns an error saying unable to locate ISTA. Have i missed something? I'm sure this is a very useful thread if I could understand it. Impressive knowledge base on ibmw forum Hi Peter Don't worry, no needs to know. There are many specialists to do that job, I mean, you use your modern cellphone: is really important where is connected the pin #132 in the quadcore CPU?

No, simply you call, recieve or send a whatsapp Serious now, I think is a research work more than a garage task and Carlo do an excellent job, but for us, is better something more 'human' (a joke Carlo.) like GS911, and if there are some particular problems we go to our dealer. I use an ICOM multiplexer with a separately purchased 'D' adapter. I think you could just do it all over a cheap K-Line eBay Chinese BMW cable though (with the addition of the same 'ICOM D' adapter. This converts a car-style OBD plug into the round BMW bike plug).

I have the expensive ICOM A2+B+C multiplexer kit because my 5-series needs the MOST fibre-optic module for programming some of the multimedia modules. It does also have the benefit of a very long ethernet cable connection to the computer instead of the USB of the K-Line OBD cables. Carlos, where did you buy the iCOM stuff? Would this work?: Or this?: I'm really interested.

I got my INPA Software running today and tried it with my elm327 bluetooth adapter. INPA is sending signals (the pc led blinks whenever i hit 'ident') It is just is not receiving transmitting data back to INPA. I also get a '10' and '9' error (connection error and ecu not found) Any ideas? Or is the elm327 just not compatible with INPA? I was able to get obd data when using carsys app. I ordered the K-DCAN Cable (green board) today.

I'll see how that goes. I am also getting my other elm327 this week so i can have a play with the MotoScan app. Serious now, I think is a research work more than a garage task and Carlo do an excellent job, but for us, is better something more 'human' (a joke Carlo.) like GS911, and if there are some particular problems we go to our dealer Hey Bernardo, that's what I thought untill I got a 'LAMPF' error in the ZFE when using the right side indicator. Something is wrong with the ZFE because all lights work. So I managed to locate a secondhand ZFE but suprise: it has to be paired to my bike.

Guess what: the dealer cannot order the USB stick from the Mothership that is used to flash the bike specific items like quick shift, ABS, ASC, etc. To the secondhand ZFE without ordering a completely new ZFE! Costs 550 euro while the secondhand one is in perfect working order but with not all the options 'installed' yet, costs 100 euro. It really pisses me off. So I wish I had the guts and patience to familiarize myself with the gadgets and software mentioned in this thread if only to be able to middle finger BMW. 550 euro just to write the options on my bike to a USB stick so a replacement ZFE can be flashed. It's not the cost of a USB stick nor the cost of looking up how my bike is configured because they already have that in their electronic VIN file.

So the word extortion comes to mind. The insult begins with a ZFE error that in my opinion cannot be something else than a design or production fault to begin with. Each and every time I use the right side indicator and the LAMPF occurs, it reminds me never to buy a BMW again. The bikes are wonderfull, the dealers are okay but I hate the way this company treats its customers.

Hi Nigel, Thanks for the Reply. I'm currently out of the country for work so it will be a little while before I can try this again on the bike. I had a look at the options in the service functions under 'basic features' but it may not be there without the bike connected.

I cant remember if I have the values for KL30 KL15 but I do remember that if you're having problems with it not allowing you to do certain functions you have to edit c: edibias bin obd.ini and set UBATT=OFF This makes the edibas interface report to ISTA/D that the ignition is on and all is well so that you can do all the good stuff like programming / clear adaptions. This method is usually used for the cheap DCAN cables.

Another method is to modify the cable with several resistors to make a voltage divide for voltage detection and a transistor to invert the ignition discrete input. However I think this only works on cables that have a legit FTDI chip and not the cheap clones. My cable was a fairly decent cable I bought for my old 645CI when everyone was bundling GT1/DIS and such as a VMWARE image. I could crack it open when I get home and grab some pics if you're interested. Here's the contents of my obd.ini file if you want to try it and see if works for you. EDIT: Obviously change the Port=Com9 for which ever port you have your cable set to.