Before flashing anything with a new ICOM-B for the first time, I recommend doing a stress test with Tool32.
Configure Ediabas to most async ab 625, open Tool32 and cicr.prg.
Then select job fs_lesen
and then from Tool32 top bar, select “play”.
This will make the “read error memory” job run on repeat.
If it can do it for 30-60 minutes, then the head is probably ok.
Obviously the BMW ICOM emulator must be connected to the CIC.
When you make a flashing , you can confirm data communication in task managers.
And, ICOM B, green flashes on and off.
How to Read LED info from ICOM B:
The ICOM B includes a (2) two LED display. These LED|s displays the following information and warnings:
1.One 2-color LED label SYSTEM for the general status:
Off ——————————– no power or problems with power supply
Yellow —————————– initializing ICOM B
Red flashing ———————- problems with booting/initializing
Green —————————– ready
Green flashing ——————– communication
2.One 2-color LED label MOST for the status of MOST communication Ethernet:
Off ——————————— no light at MOST
Red ——————————– no lockable light
Green ——————————stable LOCK
Yellow *—————————- no stable LOCK
* Yellow = the relevant LED lights up simultaneously red and green.