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Known modifications for the id.4

Keyfob window rollup

Module 19 - Gateway
Adaptations
ZV Komfort_Fensterheber​
Komfort_schliessen​
active​
Komfortbedienung fh schliessen ueber funk​
active​

Window auto drop on open (helps with air pressure pop)
Module 19 - Gateway
Adaptations
ZV Komfort_Fensterheber​
Freigabenachlauf abbruch bei tueroeffnen​
not active​

Windows up on vehicle lock
Module 19 - Gateway
Adaptation
ZV Komfort_Fensterheber​
Komfortschliessen Brasilien​
active​
BAP komfortschliessen brasilien​
active​

Change the number of comfort turn signal blinks
Module 19 - Gateway
Adaptations
Light_control​
Comfort flasher set point​
4​
Set this to whatever you want. Default is 3.

Scandanavian DRLs - Tail lights on with DRL
Module 19 - Gateway
Adaptations
Daytime running lights​
Tagfahrlicht-Dauerfahrlicht aktiviert zusaetzlich Standlicht​
active​

Unblock Menus While Driving
Module 8125 Application server 3 system 1 infotainment
Adaptations
Locked menu contents​
Change all "blocked" values to "non_blocked"​

Keyboard in carplay
Module 8125 Application server 3 system 1 infotainment
Adaptations
nhtsa_properties​
nhtsa_limitation_switches_for_carplay_no_softKeyboard​
not_activated​

Unlock Android Auto Limitations
Module 8125 Application server 3 system 1 infotainment
Adaptations
nhtsa_properties​
nhtsa limitation switches for androidauto no video playback​
activated​
nhtsa limitation switches for androidauto no text input​
not_activated​
nhtsa limitation switches for androidauto no voice input​
not_activated​
nhtsa limitation switches for androidauto no setup configuration​
not_activated​
nhtsa limitation switches for androidauto limit displayed message length​
not_activated​
*yes, i'm aware that you can unlock video while driving here. it's a terrible idea. don't do it.

Driver Seat Comfort Entry
Module 36 Driver Seat
Long Coding
Easy_Entry_front​
active​

Passenger Seat Comfort Entry
Module 36 Driver Seat
Long Coding
enabling_EasyEntry_front_seat_passenger_by_driver​
active​

Turn off the friggin' alarm horn
Module 09 - Central Electrics
Adaptations
Diebstahlschutz.Modulsoftware​
Akustischer Alarm ueber Hupe​
not_active​
Important note - this disables the horn sounding when you lock the car or hit the panic button in your pants, and presumably when the car door is opened. So you're basically disabling your alarm system. From what I can tell the primary purpose of the alarm system is to scare the bejeezus out of the car owner from time to time, so for me this is acceptable - if it's not to you, don't do it. I continue to look for better ways to do this.

Disable carplay/android auto on USB ports
Module 8125 Application server 3 system 1 infotainment
Adaptations
Interface for external media, activation​
Connection 1​
Activated (Default)​
Connection 2​
Activated (Default)​
Connection 3​
Not activated (Default)​
Connection 4​
Not activated (Default)​
 

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I've gotten myself an ODB Eleven module, since apparently they've partnered with VW to allow unlocking modules, which is super cool. Figured we could use a post to talk about potential modifications and the like.

I'm not familiar with their system at all, and thus far haven't actually figured anything out. My main focus thus far has been changing the output volume of the external speakers and changing the DSP curve to something that doesn't boost the rear treble. Swing and a miss on both. Anyone else got one of these?
What subscription did you get? You might need the Pro to change those codings.

Did you get to the screen with EQ settings that @idfurkan showed in his post?
 

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I did in fact get the pro.

as far as i can tell the adaptation @ID.Furkan showed is for startup sound. I did try changing it to fender and saw no difference after restarting the infotainment. it's possible there's an option that works, though.
 

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I've gotten myself an ODB Eleven module, since apparently they've partnered with VW to allow unlocking modules, which is super cool. Figured we could use a post to talk about potential modifications and the like.

I'm not familiar with their system at all, and thus far haven't actually figured anything out. My main focus thus far has been changing the output volume of the external speakers and changing the DSP curve to something that doesn't boost the rear treble. Swing and a miss on both. Anyone else got one of these?
Its a great tool and you can use it to make some pretty cool mods. Just be carefull, make a backup of the module data before making a change, and note (screenshot) your changes so you can always revert back. Personally i'd say don't mess with things that even remotely sniff like safety (brakes) or drive train. It might turn your car into a pretty heavy paperweight if messed with to much.

another important advice: there is a setting in there to reset a module. NEVER EVER do that. As it will wipe the module empty from all VW made settings. Normally with the VW OTIS tool, it then has the option to grab the defaults from the online database and push those back in. that is something you can't with OBD11, as you don't have access to the database. (hence make a backup before touching any module)
I've seen to many posts from people doing mods, getting unexpected results, and thinking that the reset button will help them revert everything back to how it was....
Only to learn they are now in a much deeper mess.
 

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That’s really good to know. I’ve already backed up everything but the screenshot idea is a good one.
I have VCDS not OBDeleven, but have been using it for a while on my gas powered VW and not only do I backup first I also write down the codes I change and the original values. Let us know if you find anything cool!
 

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OBDEleven has several one-click apps now available for the ID4. Also was able to get Easy Entry seats enabled for both the driver and passenger seats (USA).
Do you have a list of the one click apps for ID.4 (and how many credits they cost)?
 

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The available one-click apps are listed here: https://obdeleven.com/en/supported-vehicles
Just chose the ID.4. Most of the one-clicks are 10 credits. The video while driving (for passenger) is 100. The credits are listed in the app while connected to the vehicle. I can get you a specific one, but I’d have to be connected to the vehicle to get it for you. I have long coded Easy Entry seats for free. Hope this helps.
 

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The available one-click apps are listed here: https://obdeleven.com/en/supported-vehicles
Just chose the ID.4. Most of the one-clicks are 10 credits. The video while driving (for passenger) is 100. The credits are listed in the app while connected to the vehicle. I can get you a specific one, but I’d have to be connected to the vehicle to get it for you. I have long coded Easy Entry seats for free. Hope this helps.
Thanks a lot!
 

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obdeleven is fully functional for SFD.
Can this be purchased from the US?

If I just buy the device for 59.99 euro, what would I need in order to use one-click apps available for the ID.4 to change the pre-programmed settings? Would I need to buy additional credits? Where do I find out how many credits each app costs?
 

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Can this be purchased from the US?

If I just buy the device for 59.99 euro, what would I need in order to use one-click apps available for the ID.4 to change the pre-programmed settings? Would I need to buy additional credits? Where do I find out how many credits each app costs?
Can buy from Amazon:
 

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Note there are many bad reviews on buying it from amazon saying they didn't get the 400 credits or a year pro subscription as advertised (you need for the apps.) You get those for apps + coding if you order from their website (but I am not sure how long shipping might be, site says 7-30 working days in the United States and Canada. Due to the COVID-19 situation, some orders may be delayed and delivery could extend up to 4 weeks. ):

Edit: On an Audi forum, I found this good info: The OBDEleven basic and OBDEleven Pro are actually the exact same device. The only thing you're paying for is for them to send you a printed code on a piece of paper, which they may or may not remember to include. You're better off buying the basic and if you need to do edits, you can then purchase the PRO version within the APP through the Google Play store. It is the exact same thing.
 

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That's what I did, from Amazon USA, as unsure of my use. Can always add Pro later.

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Edit: On an Audi forum, I found this good info: The OBDEleven basic and OBDEleven Pro are actually the exact same device. The only thing you're paying for is for them to send you a printed code on a piece of paper, which they may or may not remember to include. You're better off buying the basic and if you need to do edits, you can then purchase the PRO version within the APP through the Google Play store. It is the exact same thing.
 

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You won’t get a printed code anymore. If you buy it from their website, you create an account. If you then log in to the app with the same account, the pro subscription and credits get automatically added The moment you connect to the OBD11 device. Worked like a charm for me
 
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