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  • 0?xxxxx: Model
    • 1 = Lamborghini
    • 2 = Audi A3 (8P)
    • 3 = Audi A4 (8E)
    • 4 = Audi A4 Cabriolet (8H)
    • 5 = Audi A6 (4B)
    • 6 = Audi TT (8J)
    • 7 = Audi R8 (42)
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    • 1 = Front Treble Speaker Monitoring inactive inactive (ONLY Audi A4 Cabriolet)
  • 0xx?xxx: Sound Characteristic
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    • 2 = Audi A6 (4B)
    • 3 = Audi A4 Cabriolet (8H)
    • 4 = Audi TT (8J)
    • 5 = Audi A3 (8P)
    • 9 = Sound System
  • 0xxx?xx: Telephone/Telematic
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    • 2 = Base Plate (Temic - Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone inactive)
    • 3 = Base Plate (Cullmann - Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone inactive)
    • 4 = Base Plate (Nokia - Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone inactive)
    • 5 = Telematic Europa (Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone inactive)
    • 6 = Telematic US (Remote Feed Voltage for Microphone inactive)
    • 7 = Base Plate diagnostic capable with Comfort Control
  • 0xxxx?x: Equipment I
    • 1 = Tuner not installed
    • 2 = Digital-Radio installed
    • 3 = Satellite-Radio installed
    • 4 = Satellite and Digital-Radio installed
    • 5 = Analog Input (AUX) installed
    • 7 = Satellite-Radio & Analog Input (AUX) installed
  • 0xxxxx?: Equipment II
    • 1 = TV-Tuner/CD-Changer/Multi-Function Steering Wheel not installed
    • 2 = TV-Tuner installed
    • 3 = CD-Changer installed
    • 4 = TV-Tuner and CD-Changer installed
    • 5 = Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed
    • 6 = TV-Tuner and Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed
    • 7 = CD-Changer and Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed
    • 8 = TV-Tuner and CD-Changer and Multi-Function Steering Wheel installed



Adaptation Channel 001: Tire Circumference The tire circumference is beeing adapted in "mm".


Channel 002: Wheel Pulse The wheel pulse describes the amount of wheel pulses per revolution.
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  • 45 = Audi A4 (8E)


Channel 003: Language (Screen)
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  • 1 = English (UK)
  • 2 = French
  • 3 = Italian
  • 5 = Spanish
  • 6 = Portuguese
  • 7 = English (UK)


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  • 2 = Back-Up Camera installed


Channel 005: Speed Threshold (Video Input)
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Channel 007: Options Channel 008: Volume Characteristic Channel 010: Region
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  • 1 = Australia/South America
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Channel 011: Language (Speech Recognition)
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  • 2 = French
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Channel 018: Start Screen The start screen setting has to correspond with the control module coding, e.g. a S3 start screen doesn't work with an A4 coding.

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Channel 068: Screen Test Values will not be saved, they only act as initiation for each Test Picture.

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  • 2 = Test Picture: Green
  • 3 = Test Picture: Blue
  • 4 = Test Picture: White
  • 5 = Test Picture: Black
  • 6 = Test Picture: Checkerboard
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  • 8 = Test Picture: 64 Gray Scales (vertical Bars)
  • 9 = Test Picture: Special


Channel 069: Display Mechanism
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  • 001 = Display open
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Channel 070: Display Brightness
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  • 1 = 20% Brightness
  • 2 = 40% Brightness
  • 3 = 60% Brightness
  • 4 = 80% Brightness
  • 5 = 100% Brightness


Channel 099: Transport Mode Only applies to models without Gateway/Diagnostic Interface for Databus.

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Channel 111: Reset
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Channel 114: FM Frequency
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Channel 117: Signal Test (Output)
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