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      10-18-2019, 03:08 PM   #1
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Retrofitted NBT Evo - TCB still working?

Hi,

i have retrofitted a NBT Evo. Before i had a oem entrynav with tcb.

My f30 has the remote services booked. Can I still use them?
For example open and close the car with connected app?

Or is the tcb only working with head unit? But in thought the remote services like open/ close or horn can work without head unit.

Thank you for your help
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Hi,

i have retrofitted a NBT Evo. Before i had a oem entrynav with tcb.

My f30 has the remote services booked. Can I still use them?
For example open and close the car with connected app?

Or is the tcb only working with head unit? But in thought the remote services like open/ close or horn can work without head unit.

Thank you for your help
NBT EVO works with the ATM system, not the TCB system.
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Yes I know. But I thought the tcb can work with some services like open/close car, horn, etc alone without headunit.

Because the tcb has more connectors. Not only to the headunit.
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yes i know. But i thought the tcb can work with some services like open/close car, horn, etc alone without headunit.

Because the tcb has more connectors. Not only to the headunit.
tcb無法與nbt evo通話。 就像美國人試圖了解中國
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tcb無法與nbt evo通話。 就像美國人試圖了解中國
What do you mean?

Additional info: my brother did the same in his F32 from 2016. he bought an NBT Evo and installed it. The Evo is not connected to tcb.
But the tcb still works alone. He can use the remote services for close/open car etc. Only the Navi Jobs like send address are not working, which is right, because it is not compatible.

But why will they not work in my car anymore?
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Update: TCB is working now. I installed the old entrynav for a few seconds, started the connected drive services and the tcb started to work again.
After i swapped the entrynav and installed the nbt evo, the tcb was still working. The Remote Services like open/close car, horn, get position of car ist working without connection to hu.
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