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EDC17CP14 Kess write Error over OBD

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Hello guys.

Ive tryed to write an Audi A3 8PA (170HP CBBB , YEAR 2009) over OBD by Kess V2.47.
It shows "wrong or corrupt file", but its the right file.
I read and write the car some years ago well with galletto.
The second interesting thing, for me it isnt possible to read it over OBD, can only ID, write and Backup. Why?
For me its no problem to read and write over boot, but wanted to try it over OBD cause its easyer.
Maybe someone can help me?

Thanks a lot.
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(12-05-2019, 03:21 AM)edc151617 Wrote: Hello guys.

Ive tryed to write an Audi A3 8PA (170HP CBBB , YEAR 2009) over OBD by Kess V2.47.
It shows "wrong or corrupt file", but its the right file.
I read and write the car some years ago well with galletto.
The second interesting thing, for me it isnt possible to read it over OBD, can only ID, write and Backup. Why?
For me its no problem to read and write over boot, but wanted to try it over OBD cause its easyer.
Maybe someone can help me?

Thanks a lot.
you have eliminated  tprot ?
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@scican25, thank you for your fast reply.
I dont eliminate the tprot last years. Just read / write by boot. In some other threads ive read, that with kess i dont have to do anything, so i tryed. There told in other threads, that kess will show, you have to patch with ktag, if trod is an problem. What do you think about it? How to eliminate tprot if its important? Thank you a lot.
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(12-05-2019, 03:27 AM)edc151617 Wrote: @scican25, thank you for your fast reply.
I dont eliminate the tprot last years. Just read / write by boot. In some other threads ive read, that with kess i dont have to do anything, so i tryed. There told in other threads, that kess will show, you have to patch with ktag, if trod is an problem. What do you think about it? How to eliminate tprot if its important? Thank you a lot.

that year the car ?
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@scican25 What do u mean with "that year the car"? The car is build in 07 / 2009. You mean it?
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(12-05-2019, 03:31 AM)edc151617 Wrote: @scican25 What do u mean with "that year the car"? The car is build in 07 / 2009. You mean it?

yes
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@scican25 ok, so where is the problem? Big Grin
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