Originally Posted by Alekshop
Nobody is challenging you. I appreciate what you guys do and I said long time ago that you guys did a good job remember ?
I didn't create any impression nor I mentioned anywhere in that thread that coding was done by Autologic. Autologic was used just to show that the vehicle had FRM2 module.
As the matter of fact, I was the one who mentioned in your Q&A that FRM2 may needs to be replaced. Being inexperienced ( as you say ) I was able to figured that out before you mentioned anything about it.
I did purchase autologic not too long ago, but with the help from guys at autologic (Andrew, Keith, Brian) I was able to learn quite a bit within this period of time. For those who don't know how autologic works, it is pretty simple, it has step by step instructions and it tells you what to do step after step. Before anything was done on my customer's cars, I did use my 80k car as a guinea pig to make sure no harm will be done.
The reason why I didn't answer your questions should be obvious to you - you are working on the same project.
And to be clear again, I never took credit for what you guys did ... if you can prove that I did , you should post that. Otherwise you should take it back.
The FRM2 issue was known when I was performing coding when this started, nothing you posted was beneficial to our cause as I don't typically report issues until a resolution is known or close. I personally worked with autologic to utilize the FRM detection window - the very same one you show in your video.
Afterthought: Original post has been edited as we're taking the high road on this one - it's simply not worth arguing about. There is enough info in this thread for those to base their decisions upon.
urge forum members to ask plenty of questions before choosing a coding facility for their M3 (whether it be brick and mortar or remote). This is a field where experience matters