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Each BMW key fob can be associated with a different driver profile, which includes saved presets. Unlock your vehicle with the key fob associated with a specific driver profile and the seat will automatically slide into your preferred position. When another driver unlocks the car, the seat will slide back to a previous position.

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The easiest place to see this is with driver profiles, which are associated with different key fobs. Each driver can have their own vehicle configuration, including seat position and radio presets, and unlocking their vehicle with their fob will automatically set the vehicle settings to match their preferences. Each fob will be associated with a unique profile.

The feature is enabled thanks to the NFC technology, which connects the iPhone to your car. This way you can unlock and drive your vehicle by tapping your phone, but also benefit from something pretty unconventional - the Apple CarKey sharing. This original option basically enables you to share the Digital Key with up to 5 drivers and place limitations on car settings, like top speed, accessible power or music volume. In unfortunate case of phone loss, you may disable the key for other drivers and revoke the access to the car via iCloud.

This means that hardware and software other than the card itself is responsible for checking the lock state of the card. If this mechanism isn't working as designed, a SD card can appear to be write-protected even if it is otherwise functioning normally. Typically, this can be addressed by replacing the card reader, although faulty drivers or incorrect software configuration can also cause this problem.

No. For security purposes, the SyncUP DRIVE device only scans and reports information from your car computer. It is a \"one-way\" device reader with no capability to send commands to the car. SyncUP DRIVE cannot remotely start/stop the engine, lock/unlock doors, or in any way control how the car operates.

Older Ross-Tech RS-232 Serial interfaces can be set to power up as "dumb K-Line pass through" interfaces. This allowed those old Serial interfaces to be compatible with a wide variety of third-party applications which expect a "K-line pass-through" serial interface. However, our USB interfaces present additional challenges. Early in their development, we found a number of technical advantages to using a "direct" USB driver which bypasses the Windows Serial drivers entirely. Hence the USB drivers that ship with VCDS do not emulate a serial COM port and cannot be used with applications that expect to communicate via a serial port. NOTE: The following applies to our legacy USB interfaces (HEX-USB, KII-USB and HEX-USB+CAN). It does NOT apply to our current HEX-V2 or HEX-NET interfaces. These new interfaces do not use a USB UART chip and cannot be be used for "dumb K-line pass-through"!

In order to facilitate the use of third-party applications which expect to communicate with a serial interface, drivers that emulate a COM port are available. However, anyone thinking about using them needs to be aware of the following points:

Unlike many external portable hard drives, USB drives are incredibly compact and lightweight. With them, you don't have to carry your laptop or tablet around when you need to access important files. These tiny pen-shaped devices work without the need to install any driver, so you'll be able to transfer files between two computers faster than ever before. Unlike cloud-based storage services, USB flash drives can work offline, providing more flexibility and data security. They're also available with multimedia card readers for expanded compatibility. Flash drives are typically inexpensive, starting from around $5.

Would you like to code the Corona Rings on your BMW E90? If so, you have come to the right place! With this code you can turn the Corona Rings into daytime running lights (Angel Eyes). This is an absolute must for every BMW driver!

We all know the problem: You turn off the ignition and notice that the windows are still open and you have to start the car again. Annoying, right? Well, you can change it! This code is a must for every BMW driver who often forgets to raise their window.

The voltage monitoring of the rear lights is very important because the safety of the vehicle is also at stake here. If the voltage monitoring is activated and there is a flickering or complete failure of the rear lights, the safety of the driver is no longer guaranteed. But as always you can easily deactivate the voltage monitoring if changes have been made to the mentioned areas.

When choosing your vehicle, safety is paramount. The BMW 330i includes all the important features like lane departure and forward collision warning, a rearview camera, and emergency braking. However, there are additional features that are unique and not included in all vehicles in this class. BMW have made blind spot monitoring, evasion assist, automatic parking assist, adaptive headlights, and more available to 330i drivers.

Sometimes ADB loses connection to the device, and needs to be reset. If you have everything else working (ie USB driver installed, Developer settings enabled on the device), and still can't see your device, you need to reset the ADB process.

After downloading the Google drivers via Android SDK Manager (available via Eclipse, Intellij or Android Studio), I had to update the driver in Computer Management > Device Manager > Other Devices > ADB - right clicking and clicking on update driver and browsing for updated driver finally did the trick.

Edit: I recommend you DO NOT run ADB under VirtualBox if you are using a Windows Host. Somehow I got VirtualBox to lock the device drivers on the host, eventually making it so that the ADB wouldn't work on the client nor the host for any device I plugged in. To fix, I removed VirtualBox extensions on the host and ran _devices_view.html to delete the incorrect drivers. I could not get the correct drivers to load while VirtualBox extensions were installed, and this problem was a complete bastard to diagnose and fix.

For the Blu Studio 5.5s ADB drivers, you have to go through this hoop. I am certain it is the same with all Blu phones or maybe for all non-Google mfg phones, I am not sure. First of all if you connect the Blu device with USB cable and USB Debuggin off, you will see that Windows 7 loads a generic driver for you to copy on/off files to the phone and SD storage. This will appear when the USB cable is first plugged in and appears as a device icon under Control Panel, Device Manager, Portable Devices, BLU STUDIO 5.5 S (or the device you are working with). Do not bother getting the hardware ID yet - just observe that this happens (which indicates you are good so far and don't have a bad cable or something).

Find the file named: android_winusb.inf in the usb_driver folderMake a copy of it and name it anything, such as myname.infEdit the myname.inf and add the lines as instructed above only modified for your particular phone. For example, for the BLU STUDIO 5.5 S, I added the following 2 lines as instructed in the 2 locations as instructed.

Now go back up to the unknown device that appeared in Device Manager when you switched on device USB debugging and right click on this item (has yellow exclamation mark), right click on it and then select Update Driver Software, and then Browse My Computer, Let Me Pick, click on the Have Disk button and browse to find the myname.inf. Continue to agree to all the prompts warning you it might not be the right driver. As the final step, Windows should have identified the device as Android ADB Interface and once that is done, you should be able to go back, open your CMD window and run the command "adb devices" as instructed in this tutorial and now you should see that the phone is now discovered and communicating.

For my issue and after long time suffering with Meizu C9 Pro witch require just android ADB drivers (no special drivers) referring to manufacturer and it solved in my Windows 7 PC by the bellow steps.

I had the same problem with my Windows 8. The Android/SDK USB driver was installed correctly, but I forgot to install the USB driver from my phone. After installing the phone USB driver ADB works fine.

GoTo DeviceManager, then right click on the android device and click uninstall driver.Unplug and plug the device back...then a pop will come on your device while your pc installs the required drivers. Click "allow" on the popup.You can see your device when you type "adb devices" in command prompt.

P.S. I saw some people advice to download some drivers from random places on internet. While this might help it's too dangerous in my mind to download unknown drivers from unofficial places. So the one from Google worked well for me :)

Digital Key Plus allows for compatible BMW vehicles to be locked, unlocked, or started with an iPhone or Apple Watch, eliminating the need for a physical key. The standard NFC version of the feature requires the iPhone or Apple Watch to be held near the driver-side door to unlock the vehicle, but Digital Key Plus utilizes Ultra Wideband technology to detect when you are near the vehicle, allowing you to keep your iPhone in your pocket.

An oldie but agoodie, rebooting the computer is a time-tested solution that surprisinglyresolves most issues that users encounter. Disconnect the card reader thenreconnect after restarting. See if the problem persists.

Most USB card readers automatically install drivers when you plug them in for the first time. However, manufacturers would often update their drivers to fix bugs or make improvements to their products. These updates are made publically available for download but would often go unnoticed.

All the RFID readers have serial-port connections. Some have been designed with a serial connection which is USB-shaped. This can be somewhat confusing, especially if you have only ever dealt with USB connections before. Because they have serial connections, all readers will therefore need a serial-port device driver to be installed in Windows, before Windows will be able to recognise the device now plugged in. The unit will be supplied with a specific cable type, check this carefully. This will indicate what sort of driver is needed. Most have a serial-to-USB converter within the unit housing, so these readers are supplied with a USB-at-both-ends cable connection. Others have a cable with a USB connection at one end, and a serial connection plus a USB connection at the other end. In this case, the serial connection transfers data, the USB connection simply provides power to the RFID reader. Both need to be connected to the computer.


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