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      06-22-2020, 06:02 PM   #67
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I also went through 360A and 360D regarding ambient light changing. There are a lot of bytes (151 bytes in 360A and 21 bytes in 360D) that can be changed. So I'm sure we can get whatever custom color we want using bimmercode expert coding, just like in esys. Only problem is I don't know which values to change to get a nice red color. That would be real nice to have.
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I also went through 360A and 360D regarding ambient light changing. There are a lot of bytes (151 bytes in 360A and 21 bytes in 360D) that can be changed. So I'm sure we can get whatever custom color we want using bimmercode expert coding, just like in esys. Only problem is I don't know which values to change to get a nice red color. That would be real nice to have.
is it possible to change each byte using bimmercode??

if it is, try these
in the 360A,
there are three 90, E0, 90 values , change it to FF,00,00.
and then white goes to red

360A start with 00, 01, 90,E0,90,FF,02,90,E0,90,FF,03,90,E0,90,FF
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is it possible to change each byte using bimmercode??

if it is, try these
in the 360A,
there are three 90, E0, 90 values , change it to FF,00,00.
and then white goes to red

360A start with 00, 01, 90,E0,90,FF,02,90,E0,90,FF,03,90,E0,90,FF
Yes you can. We can set custom values there. I’ve taken screenshots of the stock bytes. I’ll post them here from my phone. Way too many screenshots though and I’m sure it’ll piss a few people off

And when you say change 90, E0, 90 to FF, 00, 00, you mean I have to change all three? So only the white option goes to red? Or is it the bronze and white, orange and white, green and white etc that turns to red?

When I look, it shows bytes 3,4,5, 8,9,10, 13,14,15 as 90,E0,90. I thought that would be easier than attaching 15 screenshots here

In my car, 360A starts with 00,1A,01,90,E0,90,FF,02,90,E0,90,00,03,90,E0,90,FF .....
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So I did some digging online regarding hex values and how to decode/code them to get a certain color that we can use as the ambient light. I had a feeling the three different hex values were basically RGB values that could be changed to come up with a color and I wasn’t wrong.
My search brought up a post by Mitchfin in the X5 forum on how to find hex values for a certain color by visiting two different websites and using that for the color you want. I’ll quote his post below.

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Here’s how to update the ambient with updated bdc_body.

Here is my coding for ambient lighting color changes on the updated BDC_BODY ECU.

So, for some reason I can only get the channel to show up in Bimmercode and not in Esys, I have tried searching for the exact channels in Esys but they do not pull anything up, but here is the path:

BDC_BODY->Expert Mode->3076 DG_3076
This will pull up all of the ensemble groups and layers just like the previous versions but now each layer is split into an R, G & B channel. As a reminder, only 1-9 Ensemble groups are used in the F15 and only layers 1-3 (1-door contour line, 2-armrest area, 3-footwell).

To change the color of a layer each layer you have to set the RBG color parameters in Hexadecimal, which could potentially lead to infinite color options, as you could choose any RGB combo and convert the numbers to hexadecimal.

For instance, if you wanted a Red color you would just make the R channel FE (255) and leave the other channels at 00. Here is one website where you can choose your RGB color, https://www.w3schools.com/colors/colors_rgb.asp then take those RGB Values to this site http://hextodecimal.com/index.php and find the corresponding Hex number and just plug that hex in for the werte value for each corresponding R G B channel in bimmercode.

Here are the Wertes for the three colors I've figured out that match the previously pre-selectable ones:

MINT (Gruen):
R: 10
G: FE
B: 32

DYNAMIC BLUE (Blau):
R: 00
G: 42
B: FE

LILAC (Flieder):
R: 78
G: 3C
B: FE

Voila! Now it's not a curse to have the updated BDC_BODY but a blessing because we are no longer limited to pre-selected colors and can create whatever color you'd want!
Ignore the armrest, footwell, door contour area part since it isn’t applicable to our cars. The websites he’s linked are very useful. I tried decoding the hex values jaimeen77 gave me for RED and it was spot on. I also used the codes for orange, lilac etc that are already present in our cars and they were correct on the two websites.
So yes. Anyone wanting to come up with a custom color can use the two websites above to come up with hex values and change them as per ones wishes.
If this has been posted in any of the previous pages, I’m sorry for wasting your time since I have missed it somehow. This is basically to help people like me to whom hex values and stuff are like Latin, Sanskrit and Coptic.


My query to jaimeen77 is. Instead of changing 90,E0,90 to FF,00,00, can I change the three sets of hex values for one of the other ones that I don’t use (like the hex values for green/green white or lilac/lilac white) instead to FF,00,00? Any insight will be appreciated.
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So I did some digging online regarding hex values and how to decode/code them to get a certain color that we can use as the ambient light. I had a feeling the three different hex values were basically RGB values that could be changed to come up with a color and I wasn’t wrong.
My search brought up a post by Mitchfin in the X5 forum on how to find hex values for a certain color by visiting two different websites and using that for the color you want. I’ll quote his post below.



Ignore the armrest, footwell, door contour area part since it isn’t applicable to our cars. The websites he’s linked are very useful. I tried decoding the hex values jaimeen77 gave me for RED and it was spot on. I also used the codes for orange, lilac etc that are already present in our cars and they were correct on the two websites.
So yes. Anyone wanting to come up with a custom color can use the two websites above to come up with hex values and change them as per ones wishes.
If this has been posted in any of the previous pages, I’m sorry for wasting your time since I have missed it somehow. This is basically to help people like me to whom hex values and stuff are like Latin, Sanskrit and Coptic.


My query to jaimeen77 is. Instead of changing 90,E0,90 to FF,00,00, can I change the three sets of hex values for one of the other ones that I don’t use (like the hex values for green/green white or lilac/lilac white) instead to FF,00,00? Any insight will be appreciated.
Nice find and great news, have you tried to code this yet? Does this replace all of the ambient colours to red then or just one of the profiles? I know in the non expert option (not available yet for our cars) it only replaces the Bronze profile.
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If you need any help with Hex or RGB values then I can certainly help. I work in IT and do a bit of a graphic design.

I was planning on coding the M colours and can easily grab the hex values for these using a colour picker.

I'm just wondering how we can replace one colour profile only and how you pick which one you replace.
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Yes you can. We can set custom values there. I’ve taken screenshots of the stock bytes. I’ll post them here from my phone. Way too many screenshots though and I’m sure it’ll piss a few people off

And when you say change 90, E0, 90 to FF, 00, 00, you mean I have to change all three? So only the white option goes to red? Or is it the bronze and white, orange and white, green and white etc that turns to red?

When I look, it shows bytes 3,4,5, 8,9,10, 13,14,15 as 90,E0,90. I thought that would be easier than attaching 15 screenshots here

In my car, 360A starts with 00,1A,01,90,E0,90,FF,02,90,E0,90,00,03,90,E0,90,FF .....
If you change 90 E0 90 to FF 00 00 then all of your white goes to red.

You need to change all 3 of 90 E0 90 to FF 00 00 , actually 90 E0 90 is very light green, but BMW set it as white.

You can find how it work previous post in this thread.

Quote from previous post,

Original bmw rgb are
- 90,E0,90 - WHITE
- D7,6E,14 - BRONZE
- 93,1A,01 - ORANGE
- 00,20FE - BLUE
- 10,FE,32 - GREEN
- 78,3C,FE - LILAC

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If you change 90 E0 90 to FF 00 00 then all of your white goes to red.

You need to change all 3 of 90 E0 90 to FF 00 00 , actually 90 E0 90 is very light green, but BMW set it as white.

You can find how it work previous post in this thread.

Quote from previous post,

Original bmw rgb are
- 90,E0,90 - WHITE
- D7,6E,14 - BRONZE
- 93,1A,01 - ORANGE
- 00,20FE - BLUE
- 10,FE,32 - GREEN
- 78,3C,FE - LILAC
Thanks - this is very useful. So if you take the Blue/White profile for example, if we set all WHITE to red for example, we will end up with Blue/White being actually red and white and the same for Bronze/White being red and bronze?

I'm going to do the M colours I think which kind of screws up the bronze/white profile but I never really use that anyway.

A quick glance here - BMW M Color Scheme gives the hex codes for the M logo.

My thinking is replace the blue with the cyan blue in the M logo and the white for red - I think this should look quite cool - I hope so anyway!
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Thanks - this is very useful. So if you take the Blue/White profile for example, if we set all WHITE to red for example, we will end up with Blue/White being actually red and white and the same for Bronze/White being red and bronze?

I'm going to do the M colours I think which kind of screws up the bronze/white profile but I never really use that anyway.

A quick glance here - BMW M Color Scheme gives the hex codes for the M logo.

My thinking is replace the blue with the cyan blue in the M logo and the white for red - I think this should look quite cool - I hope so anyway!
Blue/White profile for example, if we set all WHITE to red for example, we will end up with Blue/White being actually red and white and the same for Bronze/White being red and bronze?

Yes for this question.

But if you change 360D you can change this as well.

360D is start with 00 , 01 , 01,01 ,02 something like this...
00 is white and 01 is bronze.
At mgu
First line is white , bronze 00 , 01
Second line is bronze, bronze 01, 01
Third ... umm i dont remember, anyway you see this combination is same as 360D

So you can change 6 colours and you can make 11 combinations

Anyway your bmw scheme logo colors are nice, FF 00 00 is too much red.

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Blue/White profile for example, if we set all WHITE to red for example, we will end up with Blue/White being actually red and white and the same for Bronze/White being red and bronze?

Yes for this question.

But if you change 360D you can change this as well.

360D is start with 00 , 01 , 01,01 ,02 something like this...
00 is white and 01 is bronze.
At mgu
First line is white , bronze 00 , 01
Second line is bronze, bronze 01, 01
Third ... umm i dont remember, anyway you see this combination is same as 360D

So you can change 6 colours and you can make 11 combinations
Ok thanks, forgive me if I'm getting confused here (I've not attempted to code this yet). I need to have a look at 360D - I'm using bimmercode btw and not esys.
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Ok thanks, forgive me if I'm getting confused here (I've not attempted to code this yet). I need to have a look at 360D - I'm using bimmercode btw and not esys.
umm yeah its little bit complicate and hard to explain...
You better check out 360D first and then
list up mgu 11 combination colours..

Another hint here
00 white
01 bronze
02 orange
03 blue
04 green
05 purple

Also some correction 360D is start with
01 01 01 00 02 02 02 00 00 00 03 03 03 00 04 04 04 00 05 05 05 00

Mgu
First line bronze bronze 01 01
Scond bronze white 01 00
Third orange orange 02 02
Fourth orange white 02 00
Fifth white white 00 00
6th blu blu 03 03
7th blu white 03 00
8th green green 04 04
9th green white 04 00
10th lilac lilac 05 05
11st lilax white 05 00

List up mgu colours in a line then it is same as 360D
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umm yeah its little bit complicate and hard to explain...
You better check out 360D first and then
list up mgu 11 combination colours..

Another hint here
00 white
01 bronze
02 orange
03 blue
04 green
05 purple

Also some correction 360D is start with
01 01 01 00 02 02 02 00 00 00 03 03 03 00 04 04 04 00 05 05 05 00

Mgu
First line bronze bronze 01 01
Scond bronze white 01 00
Third orange orange 02 02
Fourth orange white 02 00
Fifth white white 00 00
6th blu blu 03 03
7th blu white 03 00
8th green green 04 04
9th green white 04 00
10th lilac lilac 05 05
11st lilax white 05 00

List up mgu colours in a line then it is same as 360D
I'll attach BDC module 360D original hex codes below for reference. I haven't played with it yet since I haven't found time sharepointalex.

And thank you for the replies jaimeen77. I wish there was a way to keep all the colors as is and just change the green to red and green and white to either red and white or red and blue. I guess there is no way to do that?
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I'll attach BDC module 360D original hex codes below for reference. I haven't played with it yet since I haven't found time sharepointalex.

And thank you for the replies jaimeen77. I wish there was a way to keep all the colors as is and just change the green to red and green and white to either red and white or red and blue. I guess there is no way to do that?
There are 6 original colors in 360A and there are 11 combinations in 360D

So you have to made up all you like to... unfortunately it is not possible to add colors..
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There are 6 original colors in 360A and there are 11 combinations in 360D

So you have to made up all you like to... unfortunately it is not possible to add colors..
So I have to make changes in both 360A and 360D?

PS - I think I posted screenshots pf 360A hex codes in my previous post. Not 360D like I mentioned. I believe 360D is below like jaimeen77 mentioned.
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So I have to make changes in both 360A and 360D?

PS - I think I posted screenshots pf 360A hex codes in my previous post. Not 360D like I mentioned. I believe 360D is below like jaimeen77 mentioned.
You dont have to change both.
If you just want to replace color to another, then you change 360A
Else you also need to change combination as well, then touch 360D.
Else if you want to change combination only, change 360D
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You dont have to change both.
If you just want to replace color to another, then you change 360A
Else you also need to change combination as well, then touch 360D.
Else if you want to change combination only, change 360D
Thanks - trying to decode all the above. It's mighty confusing.

So just to clarify - 360A, change all instances of a colour to replace it completely e.g. white to red?

I'm trying to work out why I would want to change combinations. My thinking is for my m style I will replace the bronze colour as I don't use it anyway with the custom blue and white with red.

Therefore the bronze/white profile will now be blue/red and the standard blue/white profile will now become blue/red.

It's a shame you have to replace a colour across the board and can't just replace say the bronze/white profile with blue/red only
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Thanks - trying to decode all the above. It's mighty confusing.

So just to clarify - 360A, change all instances of a colour to replace it completely e.g. white to red?

I'm trying to work out why I would want to change combinations. My thinking is for my m style I will replace the bronze colour as I don't use it anyway with the custom blue and white with red.

Therefore the bronze/white profile will now be blue/red and the standard blue/white profile will now become blue/red.

It's a shame you have to replace a colour across the board and can't just replace say the bronze/white profile with blue/red only
yeah its complicate, I suggest you better try.

I will give you example of mine

360A
my colours
00 yellow : FF FF 40
01 red : FF FF 00
02 PINK : FF A7 A7
03 blue : 00 20 FE
04 lime : BD FF 12
05 lilac : 78, 3C, FE

codes =>
00, 1A,01, FF, FF, 40, FF, 02, FF, FF, 40, 00, 03, FF, FF, 40, FF, 01, FF, 00, 00, FF, 02, FF, 00, 00, 00, 03, FF, 00, 00, FF, 01, FF, A7, A7, FF, 02, FF, A7, A7, 00, 03, FF, A7, A7, FF, 01, 00, 20, FE, FF, 02, 00, 20, FE, 00, 03, 00, 20, FE, FF, 01, BD, FF, 12, FF, 02, BD, FF, 12, 00, 03, BD, FF, 12, FF, 01, 78, 3C, FE, FF, 02, 78, 3C, FE, 00, 03, 78, 3C, FE, FF, 02, 00, 00, 00, FE, 01, 96, 00, 00, FF, 02, 96, 00, 00, 00, 01, 00, B0, 60, FF, 02, 00, B0, 60, 00, 01, 00, 00, 00, FF, 02, 00, 00, 00, 00, 03, 00, 00, 00, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF, FF

360D
codes =>
02, 01,
01, 03,
00, 02,
02, 04,
02, 05,
04, 03,
01, 04,
04, 05,
04, 00,
01, 05,
02, 05

some photo of applied colours attached (sorry for low quality photo, its screen shot from avi file)
pink red
red blue
yellow pink
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Bummer! You seem to have more lights than me.
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Huge shout-out to jaimeen77. That last post cleared up everything for me.

I finally got some time to code today and made the changes I wanted to make. Wife asked me to leave green and lilac as is since she liked it and said my daughter probably will too when she grows up and is able to distinguish colors. And bronze and orange were similar. So I thought I'd change the bronze options.

I changed all three sets of hex codes for bronze (D76E14) to red (FF0000) in 360A. And I then changed the second set of bytes on 360D (01,00) to (01,03) so that the ambient light becomes blue (where it was white originally) and red (where it was bronze originally). Needless to say, I love it and it's my new favorite ambient lighting color. My wife loves it too. I tried taking a few pics but my phone cannot seem to capture the red on the door strips as well as dashboard strips (appears bronze-ish in photos when it's actually a pure bright red).

Another thing is. I believe I read a post before where someone said the two spot lights near the dome light doesn't change color and remains the same as the original light in the idrive dash (bronze in my case). But in my car, that light also changes to red.
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Probably because he has the HK system? Which sound system do you have in your car?
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Thanks for the help guys I was able to replace bronze with red and the "bronze and white" with a red and blue. Was a little confusing at first but not as hard as I thought it would be.
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