XTOOL X100 PAD3 Program 2014 BMW CAS4 Key via OBD

Topic: 2014 BMW CAS4 key programming using XTOOL X100 PAD3 via OBD.

What you need:
Car: 2014 BMW CAS4
Keys: one (original) working key+ one new (blank) key

Device: XTOOL X100 PAD Elite auto key programmer


Test two car keys:
The BMW original key works normally, and the new key doesn’t work before programming.

Step-by-step guide to match the key via OBD:
Connect X100 PAD3 with the vehicle via main cable and OBDII-16 adapter
Open X100 PAD Elite tablet to operate
Click on [Diagnosis]

Select [BMW], agree with the disclaimer

Select [Match Key]

Then it will prompt that “Need to connect the network to complete this function, please confirm that the network connection is normal.” Just press “YES”
Then turn on the ignition switch and hazard warning lights
Connect to the Internet
Open Wifi setting option to select the corresponding wifi to match
Enter WiFi password, then press “Connect”

Press Back icon

Then click “OK”, you will see vehicle info displayed on the screen

Click “OK” to continue
You will see keys info 1-10 displayed here
The key pos 1-2 are used, and the key pos 3-10 are unused
Choose one unused key pos and press [Keys matching]

Confirm the key pos selected, click “YES”
Select [Requires original car key to operate]

Follow the instructions on the screen to operate
Keep the original car key close to the sensing area

Put the new key at the car induction coil

Checking the new key…
Reading key data…
X100 PAD3 tablet program new key successfully

In the key info you can see the key pos is used now

Check back icon
The screen shows key programming finished

Finally, test the keys to see if they work normally


New XTOOL KC501 car key programmer works with X100 PAD Elite can support the same function as Xhorse VVDI2, such as read and write keys, MCU/EEPROM chips, generate key, etc.
Learn more: https://www.eobdtool.co.uk/wholesale/xtool-kc501-key-chip-programming-tool.html

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