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    Quote Originally Posted by romad View Post
    But I'm told that my Hex-Net is up to date. Where do I find the CFB & BL info?
    VCIConfig will show them to you, but we don't have a Mac build of that ready, so you'll need something running Windows to use it.

    Of course, I could also check the server...
    [time passes]
    You have CFB: 0.10, BL: 0.27, and DS: 0000050

    VCIConfig would probably update your BL to 0.28, but this makes no perceptible functional difference.

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    Thanks, Uwe.

    So the first digit of the Dataset is ignored and only the last 7 digits are important?

    I was hoping I could use Codeweavers Crossover application to run the Windows applications but it looks like the last time any was tried was in 2012 and it failed to run on Crossover 12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romad View Post
    Thanks, Uwe.

    So the first digit of the Dataset is ignored and only the last 7 digits are important?
    It's not ignored. It contains flags that specify what (if any) old data must be scrubbed and replaced. But the actual version info is indeed in the digits on the right.

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    Bump for new beta versions CB V0.4417 and DS 60000055


    Beta Versions:
    These updates are optional. If you are unsure, you do not need to do anything, you can stay on the release channel. If you accept some risks and wish to test the latest stuff, you can switch your interface to the beta update channel via the advanced tab in VCIConfig.

    CB V0.4417
    * Support for new UDS loc descriptions
    * Support for new dataset
    * Fix to make DTC clear counting consistent
    * Adds support for ROD clear option

    DS 60000055
    * New rod and label data
    * Support for ROD clear option

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    CB: 0.4422
    Features:
    * Adds new UDS addresses
    0.4417 -> 0.4422? Whats with 18-21?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebCF View Post
    0.4417 -> 0.4422? Whats with 18-21?
    The only way to get a new version into an interface for internal testing is to give it a new version number. Not every version that we test is going to be be made available to the public.

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    What is ‘ROD clear option’?
    Current:
    2018 Tiguan AD Highline 2.0 BiTDI 240hp > Stage 1+ 328hp
    2016 Polo 6C Highline 1.0 TSI 105hp

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterTommy View Post
    What is ‘ROD clear option’?
    It's a mini factory reset for VCDS Mobile, just for the ASAM/ROD data cache. It zaps anything you've downloaded over-the-air within Mobile, or with the VCIConfig utility. It's really only needed if you're troubleshooting something to do with ASAM/ROD data within VCDS Mobile running on HEX-NET. It has nothing to do with VCDS on Windows, and it doesn't apply to HEX-V2 at all.
    Silence gives consent.

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    I just did a check for any updates and was told my Hex-Net was up-to-date. However, the CodeBlock version on it is V0.4411, while version V0.4417 is listed as the current one in Post 1 of this thread. Why am I being told my device is up-to-date?

    APP Id (1) CodeBlock V0.4411 API V4
    FW version: 0.254.
    Dataset: 00000050

    K1: OK
    K2: OK
    CAN: Testing
    VCDS-Cloud: OK
    Config: OK

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    Quote Originally Posted by romad View Post
    I just did a check for any updates and was told my Hex-Net was up-to-date. However, the CodeBlock version on it is V0.4411, while version V0.4417 is listed as the current one in Post 1 of this thread. Why am I being told my device is up-to-date?
    Release channel vs. Beta...

    Use VCIConifg to set yourself to Beta if you wish.

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    The engineering problems are likely insurmountable. It would be like proposing to land a rocket booster section on a barge floating in the middle of the ocean.

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