How to Code your BMW on Android/iOS Phone and Mac Computer Using an ENET Cable
The Ethernet to OBD cable or ENET is a cable commonly used as an adapter for coding a number of BMW models - such as the BMW F-series, the new 1 Series, 3 Series, 5 Series, 7 Series, GT, X3 and the latest BMW G-Series. The ENET cable is best used for coding on a Windows computer, however, you can also use it on an Android and iOS smartphone and Mac computer. Here are the process on how to do it.
ENET Cable BMW Coding on Android and iOS Mobile Devices
To connect an ENET cable on an Android or iOS device, you need to have an Ethernet to Android device adapter like this one and an Ethernet to iPhone or iOS device adapter like this one.
Then after you've connected the ENET cable to your device, you will need to download an app for BMW coding, such as these ones:
1. BimmerCode App: Android and iOS
3. Torque App: Android and iOS
4. Deep OBD App: Android and iOS
And many more Apps!
ENET Cable BMW Coding on Mac Computer
To connect an ENET cable on Mac computer, you need to have an Ethernet to Mac device adapter like this one.
Then, since most of the BMW software used for coding primarily run on Windows computers, you will need a Windows emulator app on your Mac computer. The most common Windows Emulator for Mac are:
And many more!
To code your BMW on an Android and iOS smartphone and Mac computer, you'll need a reliable ENET cable. Check out our ENET cable below: