July 2018 - Beta Release software is now available.
ATTENTION - BETA SOFTWARE RELEASE
We strongly recommend that you do not install the beta software over the top of your production systems. It is possible that the beta test software may fail and your production system may not be recoverable. lf you conduct a tuning business, please take the necessary precautions to protect your business. EFILive recommends beta testers use a separate FlashScan V2 device (when installing the latest beta firmware) and only install the EFILive beta test software on a separate PC, laptop or virtual machine.
The current public release is available here.
A list of known issues can be found here: https://forum.efilive.com/showthread.php?28495-July-2018-Beta-Update-2
V8 Software: V8.2.17
Issue 1 When logging DMA PIDs (i.e. PIDs whose names end with "_M" or "_DMA"), if the ignition is switched off for an extended period while data logging but data logging is not terminated, then when the ignition is switched on again the data log automatically continues. However the DMA PIDs may no longer return valid data.
Workaround: EFILive recommends stopping the data log and restarting the data log when switching off the ignition for extended periods.
Issue 2 When Black Box Logging PIDs from an ECM and TCM simultaneously and a PID is selected from the transmission controller (TCM) that has an identically named PID in the engine controller (ECM), (i.e. RPM) then when the log file is opened in the V8 software for viewing, the TCM PID will be displayed as if it originated from the ECM. The PID's data will have correctly been logged from the TCM, only its name will appear to indicate that it was logged from the ECM.
Workaround: None. It is a restriction of the *.efi (V7.5 log file format). That restriction will be removed and the TCM PIDs will display their true origin once the V8 scan tool software is available.
Issue 3 Adding a key to the [Remote] section of a tune file is only active for the following controllers: LS1B, E38, E40, E54, E60 and E67.
Workaround: None. Support for additional controllers will be added in a future update.
Build V8.2.17 Enhancements
- EFILive has implemented a method that no longer requires third party methods of removing the Digital Signature via OEM 3 Plug Connector for CM2350B controllers. The EFILive ECM flash process now manages this function through the OBD-II port.
- Bench flashing for CM2100 and CM2200 controllers no longer requires the BootRSA Patch file process. The EFILive ECM flash process now manages this function through the OBD-II port. In vehicle flashing for CM2100 and CM2200 controllers still requires the BootRSA patch file process.
- Added controller read for Cummins HD controllers CM871 & CM876.
- If a folder or file name template contains dot characters, they are all replaced by underscore characters to prevent confusion with file name extensions and/or "." and ".." special folder names.
- Added option [F8: Tools]->[F6: Bulk Files]->[Collate] to collate scan and tune files based on various data such as VIN, OS and ECM type.
- Added pass-thru and BBX full-flashing for LS1A controllers.
- Added option to export all or selected logged data to *.csv files.
- Added command line options when gang-programming devices to:
- update the FlashScan/AutoCal firmware,
- set AutoCal's maximum VIN licenses,
- link/unlink AutoCal devices,
- set/unset the AutoCal "Can Self-Sign" option.
- Added option for pass-thru scanning of user defined PIDs for generic CAN controllers based on CAN IDs $7E0..$7E7.
Build V8.2.17 Bug Fixes
- When using EFILive Explorer to re-program the boot block incorrectly with a firmware image, the error message now correctly displays error $0083 "Boot block is the wrong size.", instead of "File not found.".
- When using EFILive Explorer to re-program the firmware incorrectly with a boot block image, the error message $008E "Attempt to overwrite firmware with an older version." is displayed and instead of crashing, the FlashScan or AutoCal device will now reboot and return to the previous mode that it was in (dead-poll or running) before the failed attempt.
- When pasting emailed conversion codes into [F7: Licenses]->[F5: Convert], the blank lines (added by some email clients) were not being discarded which caused conversions to fail.
- If a remote user defined key was specified in a tune file but the target ECM's was using a stock manufacturer key, then the unlock process would fail without correctly attempting to use the manufacturer's key - causing the controller to be incorrectly reported as locked with a custom key.
- The command line option would incorrectly display a dialog showing "Device has changed from AutoCal to AutoCal" when gang-programming more than one AutoCal.
- The command line option would fail with an Access Violation when used to gang-program AutoCals.
- Allow user defined DMA PIDs to be defined for controllers that do not already have existing DMA PIDs defined.
- PID IDLEDES (Desired Idle) was scaled incorrectly.
FlashScan/AutoCal Boot Block: V2.07.008 (Jul 04, 2018) and
FlashScan/AutoCal Firmware: V2.07.134 (Jul 06, 2018)
- When logging DMA PIDs (i.e. PIDs whose names end with “_M” or “_DMA”), if the ignition is switched off for an extended period while data logging but data logging is not terminated, then when the ignition is switched on again the data log automatically continues. However the DMA PIDs may no longer return valid data. EFILive recommends stopping the data log and restarting the data log when switching off the ignition for extended period.
Build 134 Enhancements:
- Added support for new command line options to configure AutoCal's "Can Self-Sign" and "Maximum VIN Slots" settings.
Build 134 Bug Fixes
- Boot block has been updated to V2.07.008 (Jul 04, 2018) to fix an internal flash erase/reprogramming issue that may cause FlashScan and AutoCal to lock-up during internal configuration updates, requiring a power cycle to recover.
- When attempting to log data in stand-alone mode on FlashScan HD or AutoCal HD when not connected to a vehicle, the error message $0280 "No Vehicle Detected" would be displayed for about 15 seconds and could not be cleared by pressing the OK button.
- Updated J1939 (heavy duy) protocol to correctly handle out of sequence packets.
V7 Software: V7.5.21
Build 7.5.21 Calibration Updates:
Cummins Heavy Duty
- CM2150 & CM2150E - mapping and flashing initial release.
- E39 - enhancements to operating system 12663375.
- E78 - enhancements to operating systems 12669124, 12646746, 12677542 and 12656286.
- E80 - support for 4 new operating systems and enhancements to existing operating systems.
- E92 - added support for operating systems 12686744, 12677012 and updated OS 12677878
- E98 - added support for OS 5503870..
- US EPA restricted calibrations were not displayed and/or restricted correctly under some circumstances.
- The "Allow calibration values to exceed recommended limits." option was not being applied to individual property calibrations.
- Fixed table B7017 not displaying correctly for E78 OS 12654014. Can also cause a failure when opening an E78 tune file, with error "Bad bin file" or "Invalid floating point operation".
- EFILive V8 Reference.pdf
- Cummins 2010-2018 Quick Start.pdf.
- Cummins HD User Guide.pdf.
- Cummins BootRSA Patch User Guide.pdf.
- EFILive Error Codes.pdf.
- EFILive Command Line Reference.pdf.