Special mobile device for BMW and Mini Cooper key and transponder programming for CAS module which was developed to work via OBD II and also you can prepare on site keys or transponders with the device for programming to the car as the device consists of a car programmer and Hi Tag II key programmer. With this new Device when you program the keys via OBD II, the existing/old keys will not be erased and you will be able to use them again. The Device will program the remote control automatically at all available frequencies for Europe, North/South America, Africa and ASIA. The Device is powered up from the OBD II connector of the car. The Device is very useful for Auto Locksmiths, Auto engineers and Special Police Agencies!!
BMW and Mini Cooper mobile key programming device via OBD II – 2004 up to 2013 V15.2
covered BMW models : E60/ E61 /E63 /E64/ E65/ E70/ E71/ E84/ E87/ E90/ E91/ E92/ E93
BMW and Mini Cooper V15.2 – key and transponder programming for CAS module which was developed to work via OBD II and also you can prepare on site keys or transponders with the device for programming to the car as the device consists of a car programmer and Hi Tag II key programmer. With this new Device when you program the keys via OBD II, the existing/old keys will not be erased and you will be able to use them again. THIS Device will program the remote control automatically at all available frequencies for Europe, North/South America, Africa and ASIA. The Device is powered up from the OBD II connector of the car. The Device is very useful for Auto Locksmiths, Auto engineers and Special Police Agencies!!
The device works with the latest BMW software ISTA V45/46/47/48/49/50/51/52/53/54/55/56/57 and up till the latest one for CAS 3/3+
Note: The new update V15.2 includes solution for MEVD17.2 DME for X5 and X6 with new sw ISTA 50 – ISTA 55 and up for reading DME_SK for key programming, if you program a new remote key/transponder to one BMW – Mini Cooper car with our device then you can use the same key again to program it on another car or it can be cleared with our device only and restore it in blank state. Also, the programming of new key for updated BMW vehicles where flashing is needed is reduced to 6 min.
BMW OBD – Programmer is a stand alone device for electronic key registration on BMW vehicles (model years 2005-2014).
Supported cars: E60, E65, E66, E70, E71, E81, E82, E87, E88, E90, E91, E92, E93 with key authentication units CAS1, CAS2, CAS3, CAS3+, including SOPT and SOPT+ enabled mode.
SOPT+ protective mode restrains access to data needed for key registration. CAS unit reprogramming is required to bypass protection. “BMW OBD-Prog” allows doing it in automatic mode.
Attention! The device is not intended for illegal use.
Key features and distinctions
- CAS unit programming through OBD-II connector.
- SOPT enabled systems support (ISTA-P 39-42).
- NEW!!!!! SOPT+ enabled systems support (ISTA-P 43 -53 and above).
- Simple and convenient interface (no buttons, no complicated instructions).
- Fully automatic operation.
- Fast programming protocol (it takes 10-20 seconds for SOPT and earlier, 8 minutes for version SOPT+).
- Support for original keys (315, 433, 868 MHz) and PCF7936 transponder.
- Up to 10 key could be registered in one CAS unit. 11th key will be registered as first.
- Internet updates capability (by serial number request).
- DTC clear function*.
- ELV (steering wheel blocking) synchronization function*.
- Unblocking door locks, disabling alarm system*.
Functions performed automatically.
Extra manual for versions of BMW-Keyprog 5.0 and 5.1 when working with CAS versions beginning at 9.28 (ISTA 43) and above.
1. Connect device to OBD
2. Wait for TRIPLE repeating signals
3. Take a chip or a key and put it in the ring of the device and wait (the device will determine the CAS version) when the device starts reprogramming the CAS. In doing so, we hear a FAST repeating signal, then a SLOW beeps. Keep the key in the ring is not necessary and you can remove it.
4. After about 7 minutes we will hear DOUBLE signals which means that you need to insert a key or chip into the slot
5. Within a minute, we should wait for a SINGLE repeated signal, which means to press the START-STOP button
User manual for BMW L7 device
The device combines the capabilities of the previous L3 and L4 releases – everything written in the previous user manuals for these devices applies for the L7 device. With L7 you can make a key for all CAS3 vehicles including recent 2012 BMW models and mini cooper.
Preparing the device
The key making device has different setup, depending on the version of the vehicle:
before ISTA-P 45 after ISTA-P 45 Where to put the empty key The empty key or transponder should be put in the antenna ring The empty key or transponder should be inserted in the vehicle ignition Device switches Doesn’t matter – they are not considered The switches should be set to the type of key you are making – 2 for transponder, 4 for Remote, 5 for keyless go.
If you are preparing a key for an older vehicle (before 2010) then you should consider the column “before ISTA-P 45” in the table above. The empty key should be put in the device antenna. For newer models (after 2010) the key can be taught in ignition only. You have to insert the key in ignition and set the switches accordingly: Key Type Switch Position Transponder PCF7936 2 BMW Remote 4 BMW KeylessGO 5
Recommended steps if not sure what is the model of the vehicle
• Always set the device switch to the key type that you are making. If the car is older and you can make the key in the antenna – the switch position is ignored. If it is newer – the switch position is important
• First put the key in the antenna ring and try to make a key. If it starts blinking frequently for more than 5 min this would mean that the CAS3 is newer model – it needs about 10 min preparation. Take the key out of the antenna and insert it in ignition. Key making for newer models (ISTA-P 45+)
1. Wake up the car by turning on the head lights
2. If the car has working key, remove it out of the car
3. Insert the empty key in ignition
4. Plug the device in the OBD2 socket
5. Observe the LED light
• The LED is turned OFF for longer period. Remove the key, remove the device, put the key in ignition and plug the device again
• The LED is turned GREEN ON for longer period. Push the key in ignition, press the Start/Stop button (without pressing the pedal) Wait until the LED starts slow blinking. If it is:
• Slow RED blink – procedure has failed
• Slow GREEN blink – procedure succeeded.