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Does anyone know if the new F56 Mini can be coded using E-SYS?
The previous Mini's could be coded with NCSExpert etc, but not with ESYS.

Although not wonderfully proficient with E-SYS, I find it easier to use than NCSExpert and would like to know in advance if I can play with the coding on the F56 prior to changing out my wife's R56 Cooper S with a new one.

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I'd be very interested in this, girlfriend just got her new MCS and there are some issues I'd like to look into.

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Does anyone know if the new F56 Mini can be coded using E-SYS?
The previous Mini's could be coded with NCSExpert etc, but not with ESYS.

Although not wonderfully proficient with E-SYS, I find it easier to use than NCSExpert and would like to know in advance if I can play with the coding on the F56 prior to changing out my wife's R56 Cooper S with a new one.

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Yes I can confirm, coding is possible with F56 and E-Sys. I am trying to enable the Mini Connected Option for Australia but its proving very impossible.
All the other standard coding options are also available as well.
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Yes I can confirm, coding is possible with F56 and E-Sys. I am trying to enable the Mini Connected Option for Australia but its proving very impossible.
All the other standard coding options are also available as well.
Many thanks for the reply.
I assume you have already coded out those damned disclaimers!!

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Many thanks for the reply.
I assume you have already coded out those damned disclaimers!!
Yes, that's like the first thing you do
Makes starting the car a lot easier, its one less thing you have to do!
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