VVDI2 write Land Rover/Jaguar (2015-) MC9S12EXT256/MC9S12EXQ384

Confirmed! VVDI2 V5.6.0 key programmer is able to write startup: Europe -> Land Rover -> New Land Rover/Jaguar (2015-) MC9S12EXT256/MC9S12EXQ384

 

VVDI2 5.6.0 released notes:

===== VW V5.6.0 =====
1. Improve the automatic diagnosis of the public security system
2. Refresh the original firmware (frf, odx, sgo): Supports fast, medium, and slow 3 refresh modes
3. Other bug fixes

===== BMW V5.6.0 =====
1. Repair BMW FEM/BDC backup and recovery code, support to version ISTAP64.2
2. Other bug fixes

===== Porsche V5.6.0 =====
1. Other bug fixes

===== Peugeot Citroen V5.6.0 =====
1. Other bug fixes

===== Key Programmer V5.6.0 =====
1. Fix remote copy instability
2. Fix the issue of smart card generation
3. Add write startup: Europe -> Land Rover -> New Land Rover/Jaguar (2015-) MC9S12EXT256/MC9S12EXQ384
a. Need to load KVM/RFA DFLASH and EEPROM data
b. Support emergency start function, need to write back BCM DFLASH data
c. After the key is generated, write new data back to the KVM/RFA module. The new key is started directly. The remote control is intelligent and effective. No additional matching is required.
d. support to erase the lost key
4. Other bug fixes

===== 96-bit 48-copy V5.6.0 =====
1. Other bug fixes

===== J2534 V5.6.0 =====
1. Other bug fixes

===== Online Upgrade V5.6.0 =====
1. Other bug fixes

===== Quick Start V5.6.0 =====
1. Other bug fixes

VVDI2 makes spare key for BMW 1-Series 2012?

Question: Can VVDI2 make spare key for BMW 1-Series 2012?

Answer: You need to refine your question with more detail so you can get a straight answer. Firstly is the car E or F Series? On 2012 the 1 series coupe is E Series till that year and F Series also started in 2011 for the hatchback. Include more information and people can answer yes or no.

It doesn’t go by year or model. All depends on CAS/FEM firmware…

In my opinion it’s quicker to just plug into the car rather than go into a long convo with many open-ended answers.

to plug in and check CAS/FEM type??? No way to damage

The only ones that are pretty much guaranteed by OBD is CAS2 and CAS3 (not encrypted). The rest, CAS1, CAS3++, CAS3++(ISTAP), CAS4, CAS4+, FEM, BDC will require you to be ready for some BDM (on-bench) work…you MUST always expect that so you don’t get disappointed when you go to a BMW.