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    How to use VVDI2 to Program Audi A4 B8 Key?

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    full version and VVDI2 VAG can Audi 4th immo,*Audi*5th immo.If VVDI2 Basic or BMW,you need to open the VW VAG authorization.And Xhorse VVDI will display how to use VVDI2 to program Audi A4 B8 Key:

    1.Connect VVDI2 with computer and your car.

    2.Put the new key into VVDI2.



    3.Start VVDI2 software,and choose Audi.

    4.Click "Key Learn>>5th immobilizer system".

    5.Click Read BCM Data (OBDII).
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    6.Insert a working key to turn on ignition before continue.

    If the key is already in car, you also need to remove it then insert it again.

    If you lost all keys, you need to open car headlight and step on the brake before continue.


    7.Read data success, save the eeprom bin file.


    8.Click Make Dealer Key.

    If car is A4/A5/Q5, press YES button to continue, no need working key.

    If car is A6/A7/A8/VW Touareg, press NO button because it needs working key. Click YES.


    9.If you want to program an OEM key, make sure the new key support change ID. Click YES.

    Choose Program normal dealer key option, click Next and OK to load the BCM file.


    10.Click OK and VVDI 2 start to program new key.

    Wait a minute and VVDI2 make new dealer key successfully!


    11.Change key number from 1 to 2.

    Click Key Learning then press OK to load the BCM bin file.

    VVDI2 start learn key.

    Use the working key to turn on ignition then insert the new key to learn.


    Make Audi A4 B8 key successfully!
    Last edited by mickeyholland; 12-02-2018 at 01:00 PM.



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