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« Reply #45 on: August 22, 2017, 04:48:55 AM »

Can you describe what Virtual Read technically does?
Is it, "hey give me your id and i will download stock file form my database", or what?

Exactly and this is done automatically. Sometimes there is no file on server and you have to read it in boot.
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« Reply #46 on: August 22, 2017, 11:49:18 AM »

I'm not agree, because sometimes car is already tuned and customer wants to add DPF, EGR etc.
It was not quite so long ago, Porsche EDC17CP44 3.0TDI was tuned + DPF + EGR by someone for 1200eu.
CMD doesn't read it, only VR. The client would like to know what for he paid 1200eu. The reason he asked me to check it was EGR's DTC and no gain.
So I downloaded ori file from CMD server, tuned it and wrote back... and the client is happy now, but what if he wouldn't? I can write back only stock file. And this is a really big problem.



Just put it on bench and read it in boot if you want to know what is in it.
Kinda funny to pay 1200 EUR for EDC17CP44 tuning though. A child can tune that.
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« Reply #47 on: August 23, 2017, 04:38:21 AM »

Just put it on bench and read it in boot if you want to know what is in it.
Too lazy and not always have a lot of free time.

Kinda funny to pay 1200 EUR for EDC17CP44 tuning though. A child can tune that.
I wish I could set the same price)) Child would better tune it than it was.
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« Reply #48 on: December 07, 2017, 06:33:08 AM »

Because there is in most cases no point to read any VAG ECU.
Take the VAG flash db and unpack the frf/sgo, job done.

I don't even read ME7/EDC15/EDC16, never mind the newer ones. There is simply no point to do so.
Hi! You talk about .db and .key files from project database? If so, that .db is password protected. Do you have more info on how to get the password?
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