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    Senior Tuner LSxpwrdZ's Avatar
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    BIN File Support

    Guy's can you please add back BIN file opening support back to the editor. Since you have forced (unknowingly) the firmware updates on our cables you have rendered Version 2.24 useless as it will no longer poll our licenses from the cable. So now we are unable to use the older version to open up BIN files. Huge limitation for us that modify things outside of your software.
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    I second this, its really a pain, especially when im having to use other software, and subsequently, give them money
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    Senior Tuner Frost's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by lsxpwrdz View Post
    guy's can you please add back bin file opening support back to the editor. Since you have forced (unknowingly) the firmware updates on our cables you have rendered version 2.24 useless as it will no longer poll our licenses from the cable. So now we are unable to use the older version to open up bin files. Huge limitation for us that modify things outside of your software.
    please.
    Steve Williams
    TunedbyFrost.com


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    That is enough to not update v2.24 (and 3.6.26) and MPVI1. I have been wary, I think the best course is separate MPVI2. Thanks for the push over the line.
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    Especially for us that have been in this since day 1 with HPT with a large collection of Known Stock reference calibration files.

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    Senior Tuner LSxpwrdZ's Avatar
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    Bump HPT guy's help us veterans of your software out!!!
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    I'll bump this too. I have a few scripts where I do some binary modifications and to keep these in my HPT tune it's a slow and annoying process of

    1) Read .bin from ECU with separate tool
    2) modify .bin
    3) Upload .bin to ECU with separate tool
    4) Read entire with HPT
    5) Modify tables in HPT
    6) Write back to ECU with HPT.


    Every time I want to adjust some tables HPT doesn't have listed....

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    Hello.

    We will be bringing back .bin -> .hpt support in the very near future.

    If you are a dealer and already setup with HP Tuners, please reach out to your HP Tuners sales rep and we may be able to get you beta access.

    Public availability will be announced in the very near future.
    We got this guy Not Sure, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith@HPTuners View Post
    Hello.

    We will be bringing back .bin -> .hpt support in the very near future.

    If you are a dealer and already setup with HP Tuners, please reach out to your HP Tuners sales rep and we may be able to get you beta access.

    Public availability will be announced in the very near future.
    I've supported HP Tuners since you were just three young hackers back in 2003. Definitely appreciate you bringing this back. Thanks very much Keith!
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