Genuine ICOM NEXT A Interface Single Interface is the replacement of BMW ICOM A2. BMW ICOM NEXT A+B support diagnostic & programming function for cars BMW, MINI, Rolls-Royce BMW-Model. Includes 100% original BMW key reader.
Complete with genuine BMW approved Getac S410 (1TB SSD & 16GB RAM) laptop and 1 months tech support.
Why are original OEM Diagnostic tools required?
Multi make diagnostic tools all have their limitations, increasingly control units require reprogram/Updates/Re-Flash of ECU’s with the latest software from the vehicle manufacture, for this operation only an Original OEM or approved Pass-thru tool is required.
Save time and make money by investing in this level of tooling, it will Increasing your workshop footfall, customer loyalty and save many man hours, moving cars to mains dealers for repairs.
Vehicle manufactures have all taken their diagnostic software away from standalone diagnostic tools and onto their own web portals. This enables them to have a very secure way of controlling who and how anyone has access to their data and information.
Copy or clone tools were often used, but as the manufactures portal became more sophisticated these clones will not work, the portals will only recognise either original or an approved pass-thru tool.
Maverick Diagnostics is here to help with the often-difficult process of choosing the correct tool for your needs and helping with registration and initial loading of software. Maverick will provide ongoing support through the use of your tool when purchased through Maverick Diagnostics.
BMW ICOM NEXT A+B Diagnostic Overview
- Functionally compatible to ICOM A2
- Mechanical design similar ICOM A2
- Backwards compatible to motorcycle adapters (ICOM D, E)
BMW ICOM NEXT A+B Improved Functionality and Performance
- Gbit workshop LAN, backwards compatible
- Preparation for Gbit LAN on vehicle OBD
- ICOM Next hardware adaptation will be necessary for future Gbit car interface, will cause adaptation costs)
- Faster start-up times and high throughput
- Through high-performance, low-power ARM SoC
- Improved handling: more flexible OBD cable etc.
- The ICOM NEXT head of the works combined LAN and Wi-Fi with the original software
- ISTA P/D OSS available Online
- BMW ICOM NEXT A as opposed to the older models of interfaces has secured support to 2020, Gigabit ethernet (Gxx series), WiFi
What’s In The Box
- Genuine ICOM NEXT A Interface Single Interface
- Genuine ICOM NEXT B Most Connector
- Genuine BWM Key Reader
- Getac S410 (1TB SSD & 16GB RAM)
- Power cable
- 1 month of online support access
NOTE: This Key reader does not come with software to read keys, the application is run via the BMW AOS website and subscription is required directly with BMW to be able to reprogram keys
Once the vehicle key is placed into the KeyReader pad, the binary key data (from SIA 3) is interpreted in the background of the application and the corresponding vehicle is loaded into the application with the interpreted data.
Genuine series 2 BMW key reader for identifying, reading all data. KasIo subscription required.
How to use
Place the vehicle key into the KeyReader and wait for confirmation of the KeyReader in the form of a beep. Once the “Read” button has been activated, the”Service data (vehicle key data)” page is displayed. In the service consultation core process, the user can then proceed with compiling the necessary service tasks (menu items service data, technical campaigns, order base). For the user to be able to read a key in ISPA Light, you must have connected a KeyReader to the computer and the associated software must have been installed (can be seen from the green square in the bottom right beside the small icons adjacent to the time in the Windows task bar). The user then inserts the key to be read into the KeyReader, waits for confirmation of the KeyReader in the form of a sound signal and clicks on the “Read” button.
When the user is prompted about accepting the certificate of an applet, he/she clicks on “Always”. If he/she clicks “No”, the key cannot be read out (there is then no read access to the file KEYREADER.BIN). Key reading (automatic and manual) is implemented via a Java applet. The Java applet console, which is provided by the Java Runtime Environment (JRE), must be configured for logging actions – see Control panel -“”Java”” on the workshop PC running ISPA Light. In the corresponding configuration page (in the Advanced tab), ensure that the Java console has been launched. The exact descriptions of the settings depend on the Java version used; JRE 1.6.24 or higher is recommended.
BMW After Sales Online System (AOS) for BMW and Mini vehicles available here aos.bmwgroup.com
Please Note: SUPPLIED WITHOUT SUBSCRIPTION