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      07-05-2014, 10:37 AM   #1
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EDIABAS with wireless connection?

Does anyone know how you would set this up to connect through a wireless interface instead of using USB?
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      07-05-2014, 04:28 PM   #2
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I'm sure it's possible but depends on what type of wireless and the device drivers. EDIABAS is looking for port 1 so as long as the device is accessed through the ports, you'll be good. Bluetooth can do this.

Just get a USB extention and you'll be far enough from the car.

For basic coding, you can do it wireless from your Apple/Android phone using BMWhat.
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Thanks for the response.

The problem is accessing it through the ports as it creates a wireless network directly with the device. This means that I cannot see a way to direct com1 to the wireless connection. If I could then I have a feeling it would work.

I was hoping to grab the 001bfsc from the vehicle using this connection but I think I will have to get a cable instead.
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Thanks for the response.

The problem is accessing it through the ports as it creates a wireless network directly with the device. This means that I cannot see a way to direct com1 to the wireless connection. If I could then I have a feeling it would work.

I was hoping to grab the 001bfsc from the vehicle using this connection but I think I will have to get a cable instead.
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