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  1. Theft Protection removal DPS files for Navi 600, Navi 900, CD500, DVD800 unlocking of navigation installed in Opel Astra J, Insignia, Mokka Meriva B Zafira C. Add Bluetooth to car.
    3 points
  2. Version 1.0.0

    17 downloads

    Tested on NAVI600. Program this CAL to re-set the VIN in the RADIO to GMLAN VIN. Enjoy!
    Free
    3 points
  3. Version 1.0.0

    10 downloads

    Tested on DVD800. Program this CAL to re-set the VIN in the RADIO to GMLAN VIN. Enjoy!
    Free
    2 points
  4. Version 4.44

    374 downloads

    GM DPS, GM Development Programming System Version 4.44 Follow the instructions in the Read-me file. When DPS opens click OK. DPS does not work on Virtual Machines. Install it to a windows base system. DPS User Guide DPS Interpreters GMW 3110
    Free
    2 points
  5. Hi Abdullah, Thanks. To get the xml files for your car's modules, you will need GM SPS subscription for your vin. I already have some xml files but they may or mayn't work with your car's modules. This video shows the process for getting the xml files.
    2 points
  6. How to trick GM's SPS into giving files when the module is already updated to the latest calibration version.
    1 point
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  8. Nice tutorial Troy I hope to be able to apply some of this to GM vehicles. I will give it a try with the next GM I have to program. If the situation permits and report back my findings. Thanks
    1 point
  9. Don't know about those functions yet, but maybe in time I'll have that sorted. I'll keep you posted.
    1 point
  10. hi Troy thanks for file, working fine try sharing with my original ipc 8'' firmware from 2015, maybe somebody needed IPC 2015 8'' Firmware 84137905.zip
    1 point
  11. Check which type of HMI is used in your car, as I read in the later vehicles GM uses an updated system that looks like these.
    1 point
  12. Yep, the IPC now has a none 2014 Operations software version so SPS won't give files. I don't have the 2014 firmware as I never thought of saving it, The 2014 firmware shouldn't be as issue to get via sps. Here is the 2014 IPC DPS calibration package. Check your Vin in TIS TIS2WEB.SERVICE.GM.COM and see if your VIN calibrations files matches this one.
    1 point
  13. Hello everybody, I'm new to the forum and introduce myself. My name is Vladimir, I am 51 years old, I live in Russia and own small auto repair shop, basic cars GM
    1 point
  14. Hi I used clon UPA- USB V1.3 programmer with clip and don't need remove chip from the board on 8" ipc, to change pin and vin, and working on BCM too, maybe somebody needed
    1 point
  15. It is wiring diagram on tis2web. Have 3 wires instead of one
    1 point
  16. I'm not as professional as some. But I also like to travel and take photos ?
    1 point
  17. Version 2

    74 downloads

    HMI 2 and HMI 2.5 VIN re-learn DPS file. Use this file with DPS to activate the HMI's module VIN number relearn. The HMI learns the VIN number for the BCM, so whatever VIN number is stored in the BCM module that's what the HMI will learn.
    Free
    1 point
  18. Version 1.0.0

    6 downloads

    UYI (CDC400) +UBT +UPH +KTA +USR
    Free
    1 point
  19. Version 1.0.0

    10 downloads

    Multi-line 2013 cluster. Files as per screenshot and VIN. -j71 (manual handbrake) -UJN (TPMS) Will need additional/different files depending on your RPOs.
    Free
    1 point
  20. How to manually change the EPROM PIN code and VIN number in an 8-inches Insignia instrument cluster. This tutorial shows how to change the VIN number and security pin number stored in the IPC EPROM chip. Tools you will need Soldering iron and solder. A hot air rework station or solder wick for removing the EPROM chip. A chip programming device. I use the GQ-4X Willem Programmer A hex editor. I use Synalyze Pro for Apple Mac The process is very straight forward. Take apart the IPC and remove the circuit board. Remove the 8-pin soic EPROM chip. Place the EPROM chip in the chip programmer. Read the chip and save the chip's .bin file. Open the .bin file in a hex editor. Find the location of the VIN and four-digit PIN code. Change the VIN and PIN code to the ones from your car. Save the edited .bin file. Use the chip programmer to write the edited .bin file onto the EPROM chip. Solder the EPROM chip back to the circuit board. After doing this, the car's mileage will display correctly on the IPC unit. You will now be able to program the IPC unit via GM online SPS using your cars original four-digit pin code. You will receive an IPC DTC error from GDS2, which states "Incorrect Immobilizer Identifier Received" To eliminate this DTC error, you will need to use GM's online SPS immobilizer learn to delete your car's keys and relearn your car's keys. There's a much faster method for changing the VIN number in the instrument cluster using GM DPS software. However if you want to change the four-digit PIN code the cheap way, you will need to remove the EPROM chip to do it. This process can also be used to change the VIN and PIN in the BCM module and the four inch IPC EPROM chip. VIN number location in the hex editor. Four-digit PIN code number location in the hex editor. Circuit Board.
    1 point
  21. Send me a Private Message for the password.
    1 point
  22. I have that exact clone and it was only affordability (needed one extra for the Kid) that pushed the edge. What my experiment was with a Honda and Subaru. The Honda complained compared to the J2534-2 device. The Subaru was a little older and needed SSMIII but the application SSMIV logged in their OBDII version. With OBDII software that uses the J2534-2 as a scan tool. It works quite well. Need more and newer Subaru models to finish the tests.
    1 point
  23. From the album: British Museum

    © Troy-free to use

    1 point
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