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E-Sys 3.25.3 Psdzdata 3 52.1 Crack

E-Sys 3.25.3 psdzdata 3 52.1 crack: How to install and use BMW coding software

If you own a BMW car, you might have heard of E-Sys, a software that allows you to customize and code various features of your vehicle. E-Sys is an abbreviation for Engineering System, and it is the official BMW coding software that is used by the manufacturer for development, testing and programming of electronic control units (ECUs). With E-Sys, you can access the hidden settings of your BMW, such as changing the behavior of lights, windows, doors, mirrors, cameras, alarms, displays, and more.

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However, to use E-Sys, you need two things: a compatible OBDII-Enet interface cable that connects your laptop to your car's diagnostic port, and a valid token file that unlocks the software for a certain period of time. The token file is a security measure that prevents unauthorized use of E-Sys, and it is usually provided by BMW dealers or authorized workshops. However, some people have found ways to crack the token file and make it work indefinitely, or generate new tokens with a PIN code.

In this article, we will show you how to download and install E-Sys 3.25.3 psdzdata 3 52.1 crack, which is one of the latest versions of the software that works with most BMW models from 2008 to 2020. We will also show you how to use E-Sys to code your BMW and modify its features according to your preferences.

How to download and install E-Sys 3.25.3 psdzdata 3 52.1 crack

To download and install E-Sys 3.25.3 psdzdata 3 52.1 crack, you need to follow these steps:

Download the following files from [MHH AUTO], a forum for automotive enthusiasts and professionals:

  • E-Sys_Setup_3_25_3_RC_b40861.exe: This is the installer for E-Sys 3.25.3, the main program that you will use to code your BMW.

  • psdzdata folder: This is a collection of data files that contain the information about the ECUs and their functions for different BMW models and chassis. You need to copy this folder to your laptop's hard drive.

  • esys_v1.4.EST: This is the cracked token file that will activate E-Sys for unlimited use.

  • Manuals folder: This is a collection of PDF files that explain how to use E-Sys and how to code different features of your BMW.

  • Run E-Sys_Setup_3_25_3_RC_b40861.exe to install E-Sys 3.25.3 to the default location C:\EC-Apps\ESG\E-Sys\. During the installation, change the default data path from C:\Data\ to C:\ESysData\.

  • Copy the EDIABAS folder from the psdzdata folder to the root of C:\ (i.e., C:\EDIABAS). EDIABAS is a software component that enables communication between E-Sys and your car's ECUs.

  • Run C:\EDIABAS\Hardware\Ediabas-Konfigurator\Ediabas-Konfigurator.exe and make sure that Interface: is set to INTERFACE=ENET. This tells EDIABAS to use the OBDII-Enet cable as the connection method.

  • Create a subfolder named E-Sys EST under C:\ESysData\ (i.e., C:\ESysData\E-Sys EST) and copy esys_v1.4.EST to this folder.

  • Delete any existing psdzdata folder under C:\ESysData\ (if any) and copy the new psdzdata folder from the downloaded files to C:\ESysData\.

  • Make sure that there is a Dist folder in each of the chassis folders under C:\ESysData\psdzdata\mainseries\ (e.g., C:\ESysData\psdzdata\mainseries\F010\F010_12_03_511\odx\dist). If not, create an empty Dist folder for each chassis folder.

Congratulations, you have successfully installed E-Sys 3.25.3 psdzdata 3 52.1 crack on your laptop. You are now ready to code your BMW.

How to use E-Sys to code your BMW

To use E-Sys to code your BMW, you need to follow these steps:

  • Turn on your car's auxiliary power (engine off) and connect your laptop to your car's diagnostic port with the OBDII-Enet cable.

  • Run E-Sys from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. You will see the main window of E-Sys with several tabs and buttons.

  • Click on the Options button on the top right corner and select Settings. In the Settings window, go to the Program tab and make sure that the Data folder is set to C:\ESysData\. Then go to the EST tab and browse for the token file C:\ESysData\E-Sys EST\esys_v1.4.EST. Click OK to save the settings and close the window.

  • Click on the Connect button on the top left corner and select your car's chassis from the drop-down list (e.g., F10 for 5 Series). Then click on the Connect via VIN button and wait for E-Sys to read your car's vehicle identification number (VIN) and establish a connection.

  • Once connected, you will see a green check mark on the Connect button and a list of ECUs on the left panel. You can expand each ECU to see its modules and functions.

  • To code a feature, you need to find the corresponding ECU and module that control it. For example, if you want to enable folding mirrors with key fob, you need to find the BDC_BODY module under the BDC_Body ECU.

  • Right-click on the module name and select Read Coding Data. E-Sys will read the current coding data of the module and display it on the right panel in a tree structure.

  • Expand the tree structure until you find the parameter that you want to change. For example, if you want to enable folding mirrors with key fob, you need to find the parameter ASP_BEIKLAPPEN_FBD under BDC_Body -> 3070 -> PDM_BEI_FBD. The value of this parameter is set to nicht_aktiv (not active) by default.

  • Double-click on the value of the parameter and change it to aktiv (active). You will see a small star icon next to the parameter name, indicating that it has been modified.

  • Repeat steps 6 to 9 for any other features that you want to code. You can use the manuals or online guides to find out which ECUs and modules control which features.

  • When you are done with coding, right-click on any module name and select Code FDL. E-Sys will write the modified coding data to your car's ECUs and confirm with a message box.

  • Click on the Disconnect button on the top left corner and disconnect your laptop from your car. Turn off your car's auxiliary power and start your engine. Enjoy your newly coded features.

Note: Coding is a risky process that may void your warranty or damage your car's ECUs if done incorrectly. We are not responsible for any consequences that may arise from following this article. Please proceed at your own risk and always backup your original coding data before making any changes.


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