I need to create a new key for a 2015 Audi A5 AKL. I can obtain the identification and key count (3) through OBD, but I’m unable to retrieve BCM 2 data after stepping on the brake and turning on the lights. I also attempted to read it using Xhorse VVDI 2 on a bench, but it failed. I’m unsure if it’s an encrypted system.
How the problem could be resolved:
1: Try Xhorse key tool plus with bcm2 adapter
2: Encrypted one read on bench with vvdi2
3: Read by vvdi prog, then put the dump file in vvdi2, and then make dealer key.
4: You need bcm2 adapter with vvdi prog or key tool plus. Encrypted use the bcm2 adapters.
Customer feedback: its model is encrypted (0650) ! I bought VVDI BCM2 adapter for this job!
How to get Xhorse BCM2 Audi Solder-Free Adapters For Key Tool PLUS/VVDI Prog/VVDI2: