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The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of using Bluetooth technology on the RRS CCF EDIT and L322 systems. Specifically, we want to examine the impact of Bluetooth connectivity on the transmission and reception of videos in these systems.


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Greetings, everyone.
I have just produced a few new videos and I believe that sharing information about them with the members of this community would be of interest. I also acknowledge the potential curiosity among those present here to get a deeper understanding of the functioning and mechanisms behind their respective vehicles.

The first video demonstrates the use of a Faultmate MSV-2 EXTREME device to diagnose issues, modify certain configurations, and see real-time data inside a few of the integrated systems, specifically in the vehicle server mode, on my own L322 Range Rover. In addition, I am demonstrating the wireless connection between my laptop and the device over a Bluetooth interface. Furthermore, I would like to highlight the recent acquisition of a slide-in LCD screen protector.

The provided URL directs to a video file titled "EXTREME_SVR_L322.w

After the completion of the development phase for our Faultmate MSV-2 hardware, it has been determined that our focus will now shift towards further enhancing our software capabilities. Specifically, our objective is to elevate the performance of our CAN BUS based vehicle modules to a level that surpasses that of other software offerings.

The second video demonstrates the significant progress being made in this area, which is expected to be of great interest to owners of Range Rover Sports, specifically Disco 3's (which have the same technical features as the Sport and are generally referred to as T5's), as well as owners of 2005 onwards L322 Range Rovers, among others. This video demonstrates the real-time process of reading, modifying, and writing the cars CCF file, and examines the resulting impact on the vehicle.
It is important to acknowledge that the majority of individuals may not possess knowledge about the acronym CCF or its significance. Therefore, in an effort to prevent disinterest among those who are already familiar with the subject matter, I will provide an explanation.

In pre-CAN automobiles, the configurations for individual vehicle systems are stored inside the primary control unit of each respective system. In order to modify these elements, it is necessary to access each individual system and make adjustments to the settings or configuration data. This phenomenon was shown in the first video. In the case of CAN bus vehicles, due to their interconnectivity facilitated by the CAN network, the comprehensive vehicle settings and configuration are consolidated into a single control unit. This control unit houses a substantial amount of data known as the Car Configuration File (CCF). Additionally, there are two backup copies of the Central Control Function (CCF) that are kept in other locations inside the vehicle. These backup copies are also written to throughout the process, which accounts for the apparent delay in task completion shown in the video. The Comprehensive Configuration Framework (CCF) encompasses the establishment and customization of several aspects pertaining to the vehicle, including its installed components, available choices, and the fundamental characteristic of being a 4x4 vehicle. Additionally, the CCF facilitates the provision of personalized options for the vehicle. There are a multitude of alternatives, numbering in the hundreds. The equipment provided by the dealer has the capability to modify around 10 customization choices. However, it is possible for dealers to make specific requests to alter the Central Configuration File (CCF) in order to accommodate retrofits. In such cases, the dealer will get a file through email, which may be uploaded to the vehicle. In addition, it is possible for them to restore a vehicle's Central Configuration File (CCF) to its original factory settings. This capability is facilitated by the inclusion of a comprehensive library of "AS Built" CCF files, specific to each vehicle identification number (VIN), on the DVDs they receive. One may therefore potentially comprehend the significance of being able to modify any value or configuration inside the CCF, as it entails a considerable level of complexity. This is mostly attributed to the implementation of a robust cryptographic checksum, which makes the process quite challenging. Dealerships would undoubtedly perceive this capability as highly desirable. However, even individuals seeking to modify their wheel size would inadvertently disregard various factors, including gearbox change points, engine fueling mapping, speedometer accuracy, vehicle dynamics, air suspension settings, and more, if they fail to modify the CCF to accurately communicate the vehicle systems about the actual rolling radius. Hence, possessing this capacity has great importance, and it is understandable that we take much pride in this notable achievement that has been the focus of our efforts for a considerable duration.

The provided URL leads to a video file titled "EXTREME_D3_CCF_Edit
In the video, it can be seen that the act of programming the Instrument cluster results in a cascading impact of generating errors in other systems due to its temporary deviation from its usual functioning. At now, we are implementing an automated process for rectifying these errors. We are now approaching a significant milestone in the near future, excepting the Christmas holiday, which will bring forth notable progressions. It is important to closely monitor this area.

Presented herewith is an expeditiously created visual representation, meticulously illustrating a limited selection of settings. There exists a multitude of concepts that have not been completely understood at now. It is worth noting that there are many visually captivating options available. It is important to acknowledge that some titles may not be accurately assigned at this time.

 

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The location of the CCF file, which contains the configuration settings for the car's electronic systems, is unclear. Following a reflash to address fuel gauge errors after the replacement of the Electronic Parking Brake (EPB), the Audi Infotainment Head Unit (IHU) fails to power on and the relay for the Infotainment R5 does not activate. Consequently, the Media Oriented Systems Transport (MOST) network is non-functional, resulting in the loss of Satellite Navigation, Bluetooth, Radio, and other related functionalities. It is worth investigating whether the CCF file is stored on the Sat Nav hard drive. Is my IHU considered unsuccessful or ineffective?

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Greetings, esteemed individuals @NoExpert, @p38arover, and @Richard_G. It is worth noting that the difference between the years 2023 and 2008 is equal to 15.
Congratulations are in order for your remarkable achievement in reviving a dormant discussion topic. The span of 15 years has proven to be rather formidable, making it difficult to surpass.
The CCF file may be accessed either using the SDD JLR diagnostics program or by utilizing a GAP IID tool.
It is worth noting that the compatibility of an Audi Infotainment Head Unit (IHU) with a Range Rover vehicle may be uncertain.

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I intended to convey that the integration of the old CD Audio with the In-Head Unit (IHU) resulted in erratic fuel gauge readings from my Instrument Cluster while the gasoline tank was at maximum capacity. Subsequently, a garage performed a reprogramming procedure, which I think caused my Radio to become non-functional. The user's text does not provide any information. The bus system is responsible for establishing communication with a Gateway in order to activate the R5 relay. This relay is responsible for supplying power to the IHU, which in turn transmits the MOST (Media Oriented Systems Transport) protocol to all other components. Therefore, the IHU functions as the central control unit for the MOST network. Is the Gateway located inside the Cluster and does it retain the serial numbers of the Stereo, Bluetooth, Camera, and Sat Nav?The user's text does not provide any information. It is difficult to locate discussions on the potential misalignment between the coding of the Instrument Cluster and the specific model of Range Rover. This issue has caused significant frustration and financial burden so far.
Thank you for your prompt reply.

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In order to rectify the issue at hand, it is essential to proceed with the reinstallation of the gadgets by using a diagnostics computer. There is no possibility of "coding the IC with an incorrect model" unless a hardware flasher is used instead of an OBD2 connection.

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The fuel gauge is exhibiting irregular behavior, prompting an intervention including adjustments to the instrument cluster. Was everything else functioning properly? Was there any consideration given to examining the fuel level sensors located inside the tank? We are now dealing with a client whose Remote Reservation System (RRS) unexpectedly displays as empty, despite the fact that it is not, and we had not previously considered the possibility of the instrument cluster being the cause of this issue. We are now anticipating his action of depleting the tank's fuel level to a lower threshold, which will enable us to remove the tank and inspect the senders.

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According to the individual responsible for repairing my exhaust system, it has been identified that the presence of two blue wires inside the wiring harness, located under the passenger seating area, is leading to friction-induced damage. This damage, in turn, is responsible for the occurrence of a fuel sender error message shown on the vehicle's dashboard. It is advisable to inspect the region where the harness enters the trunk/boot area for any potential damage to the harness.

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I have just purchased the JLR SDD software and a Mongoose OBD lead tool in order to analyze the CAN bus issues. I am now awaiting the arrival of the lead tool. Additionally, I am scheduled to get my vehicle on Monday after having the exhaust repaired, but I have encountered a new issue with a broken compressor. It seems that the L320 model is rather troublesome.

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The JLR SDD software indicates a malfunction in my head unit. I have attempted to resolve the issue by replacing it with another secondhand device, but the problem persists.Is it necessary to recode these elements in ??My laptop is displaying an error message indicating a missing PAGCMPS Active x component required to complete diagnostics. In response, I am considering removing the current sound system and installing my own equipment. The frustration caused by my automobile has reached a point of annoyance.

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