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GS-911 Mobile / Re: Anyone using iOS 10.2.1 to connect to GS-911?
« Last post by Dr. Greg on Today at 07:55:50 AM »
I'm not the best at these things but it seems that 10.2.1 works and my old i4 also works so I don't see why the 5s shouldn't. They are still a current phone and are still being supported. Are you sure you are not missing something? Can you post a screen shot or something that you are getting? do other functions work?

Don't know how to post a screen shot from my iPhone here.  The GS-911 app does state that it IS connected to the WiFi network, and when I go to "Series" to select the R1200GS Adventure...that seems to work just fine.  I assume that when you select the model, the GS-911 WiFi is communicating with the bike (maybe not?)

Anyway, after that, NO other functions return anything.  When I query ANY function, I get the following message:

Error: Couldn't get data for function (,Code:0)

That has happened with my iPhone, iPad (also iOS 10.2.1), and MacBook Pro (using Safari browser).  My wife's iPad (running iOS 9.3.5) works just fine, as does my PC laptop via USB cable.

And everything used to work just fine with all those mobile devices.  I'm trying not to be negative, but the last message from HEX was "we'll let you know when we have an update for the App."  Doesn't sound like a quick fix.

I do appreciate all the input from you folks.
Engine related issues / Re: f800r
« Last post by WayneC on March 28, 2017, 02:18:54 AM »
Welcome to the forum, afraid I am not a lot of use with the F800, I would need to look at a wiring diagram

What I do know is we have seen some wiring color reversals in manufacture on some of the sub harnesses shared between models, side stand switch comes to mind as one. That sounds like what you are seeing. Any decent software engineer would write the calibration firmware routine in the ECU to handle either increasing resistance or decreasing resistance for gear position so I would not be concerned. I would also have expected the Dash rather than the Engine ECU to be the one with the routine but as I said at the start I would need to look at a wiring diagram
R1100 models / Re: CAN-BUS Models
« Last post by sbrntnghm on March 27, 2017, 07:58:40 PM »
Thanks for confirming.
R1100 models / Re: CAN-BUS Models
« Last post by mike d on March 27, 2017, 07:55:22 PM »
The R1100S does not have Canbus. it Started with the R1200 models.

R1100 models / CAN-BUS Models
« Last post by sbrntnghm on March 27, 2017, 04:40:06 PM »
Does any one know what models in 2004 used CANBUS? I have an 04 R1100S ABS and am having trouble finding information as to what models in this year had CANBUS. I have seen websites that say this started with the 04 R1200GS, but others have said with the ABS model of the 04 R1100S. Should know but can't figure it out. Any help would be appreciated.
Engine related issues / f800r
« Last post by Terrable Rider on March 27, 2017, 07:41:24 AM »
Ive moved this from the intro section to here in hopes of a response.
Any help would be appreciated.

My problem now is my Partners F800R and it's gear indicator potentiometer.
Intially the gear number display started changing erratically while riding in one gear, that is while riding in 4th. 5th, or 6th it would randomly display 4, 5,or 6 as you rode.
I did an adaptation reset for the gear potentiometer and that cured it for a short period but then got worse again.
I did some research and came to the conclusion that the pot was faulty. I installed a new one and did the reset and relearn procedure.
As I rode back from the calibration run the display was stable and the bike ran fine. When I did a read out of the values for the gear positions I found their values reversed from the required values, meaning instead of the voltage values rising with the gear number the new values became lesser or declined with each higher gear.
My question is will these reversed values affect the way the ecu calculates the engine running out puts? Or shall I ignore it as the bike seems to run fine.
Does any one have a theory as to the cause of the reversal? The wire colours match with the old unit. I havent done a ohm check as I dont really know what values I should get.
Any help would be appreciated
General Discussion / Re: Self canceling turn signals..So how DO they work?
« Last post by Dann on March 27, 2017, 02:57:16 AM »
Thanks for the info.
No luck for me I guess.
General Discussion / Re: Self canceling turn signals..So how DO they work?
« Last post by WayneC on March 27, 2017, 01:37:47 AM »
The cancelling function was done within the Indicator relay on old models and was not adjustable via diagnostics
I have checked today the starter - everything ok - so no issue because of this.
... and still triangle and batter sign is shown each time i am starting the bike for 1sec.
you can't love bmw engineers!
General Discussion / Re: Self canceling turn signals..So how DO they work?
« Last post by Dann on March 26, 2017, 05:08:11 AM »
I have a 2007 R1200RT.
Is it possible to adjust it on my bike?
If it's possible, where is the option in the software?
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