TFT retrofit

Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Gone Troppo, Mar 21, 2018.

  1. Max72

    Max72 Been here awhile

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    Which esys version are you using ?
    Which i-step are your psdzdata?
  2. Max72

    Max72 Been here awhile

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    Are you using icom dcan in round obd or a enet interface on new obd 16 pin?
  3. Jose_JN

    Jose_JN n00b

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    E-SYS 3.27.1 Plus 2.8
    Psdzdata v.4.23.21
    How can I check the i-step of the PSDZDATA?
  4. Max72

    Max72 Been here awhile

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    For ESYS :
    Psdzdata 4.23.21 should be good.
    Esys 3.28 i am not sure , but seems too old....i am using esys 3.34.

    For VIN you have send me:
    There isn’t 6AB in FA. If you have certainly that bike have TFT , this mean that 6AB is not good for TFT.
    Please try to remove 6AB from modified FA and add 6AE + 6AC just for verify if is accepted to generate FP.
    For 1200RS tft is only in combination with 6AE and 6AC that are respectively TELESERVICE and INTELLIGENT SOS CALL , and this mean that K54 R1200RS have also telematic box. The trick should be to encode tft with this two option and successively disable emergency call and teleservice coding manually the tft.
    In any case send me original FA , SVT , FP and all CAFD OF bike.
    My mail is in your PM .
  5. Mladen72

    Mladen72 n00b

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    Hi Max,

    Im also new to this forum , like you Im most in retrofit in the car (vw-audi, and for some bmw,!
    I have R1200GS, 2014 and also like to try retrofit TFT and some other stuff!
    I try to contact you via pm but without any luck
    Have you manage to solve engine light problem on your bike?
    Regards from Serbia,

    Mladen
  6. Lead Wrist

    Lead Wrist Mehr Gelände Weniger Straße

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    Or, you two can get together somewhere half way btw Italy and Serbia, say on the coast of Adriatic sea, take care of retrofit business, and then enjoy the ride along side the coast... :D

    Welcome aboard and to the asylum btw...:-)
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  7. DocPFFP

    DocPFFP Fat kid on a little bike...

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    I'm legit waiting for something that is a plug/play for the 2013-2018's GPS prep. I mean, if the Garmin sled is putting out all the codes and WonderLync has figured out the interface for a phone on middleware, a rugged 7" touchscreen with Android Auto and the same middleware natively doesn't seem to be a far cry ask.
  8. redCattledog

    redCattledog Adventurer

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    I use a Wunderlinq on my 2018 TFT r1200gs. Better functionality that the TFT, just not as pretty graphics. My music doesn't skip, phone calls are a non issue, and Google Assistant works correctly. Also no stupid special syncing order for the equipment. It functions the way BMW should have... $250, best purchase yet for the bike.
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  9. DocPFFP

    DocPFFP Fat kid on a little bike...

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    I tried on on my 2015 R1200R with a Galaxy S7, and just didn't like it. Laggy, app kept crashing, etc... I really, really, really wanted it to be awesome. But it didn't do well for me. I don't care as much about the wheel, more about protecting my phone and getting away from a "special gloves" touchscreen.
  10. redCattledog

    redCattledog Adventurer

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    What version of the firmware and software were you using? They are updating it every few months or so. Never had an issue with lag or function.
  11. DocPFFP

    DocPFFP Fat kid on a little bike...

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    None. I sold it about 5 months ago because I didn't like it.
  12. regnock

    regnock Been here awhile

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    @Max72 Thanks for all your hard work on this. I'm awaiting the parts to attempt the retrofit on my 2017.5 1200GS. I'll post my results to the group.
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  13. regnock

    regnock Been here awhile

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    Has anyone identified the mechanical pins used in the OBD port on the newer bikes? I'd like to populate the empty pins with the ethernet wires from the TFT cluster.
  14. ealcazar

    ealcazar Adventurer

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    From the page 4 of the thread (thanks @Max72):

    This is TFT pinout


    PIN 1 = 30F1 (alimentazione)
    PIN 2 = CAN_H (canbus alta)
    PIN 3 = CAN_L (canbus bassa)
    PIN 4 = 31 (terra)​
    PIN 5 = K_RX - (ricezione ethernet meno)
    PIN 6 = K_RX + (ricezione ethernet plus)
    PIN 7 = WL_S
    PIN 8 = KS_LIN (bus Lin)
    PIN 9 = SZ_LIN (bus Lin)​
    PIN 10 = K_ACTIV (attivazione di ethernet)
    PIN 11 = K_TX - (ethernet tranmission meno)
    PIN 12 = K_TX + (ethernet tranmission plus)

    Missing the mapping from the OBD...

    Best regards
  15. regnock

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    Hi @ealcazar

    I'm actually looking for the physical OBD pin part numbers, I would like to wire the Ethernet lines into my existing OBD port's empty pins.

    I just ordered the following TE parts to test as the connector is a TE part, I'll report back with my findings.
    776001-1
    1123721-1

    Here was the OBD pinout, that was posted earlier:

    OBD Pinout:
    1 = empty
    2 = empty
    3 = eth _rx+ (orange)
    4 = ground d_can line (brown)
    5 = ground d_can line (brown)
    6 = d_can_h ( white/red)
    7 = empty
    8 = eth_activation (violet)
    9 = empty
    10 = empty
    11 = eth_rx- (brown/yellow)
    12 = eth_tx+ (black/white)
    13 = eth_tx- (black/brown)
    14 = d_can_l (white/grey)
    15 = empty
    16 = supply d_can line (red/grey)