1. Drivers Anydata Wcdma Usb Serial 1 (diag) Device (pid 6202) (com13) Windows 7
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Device:AnyDATA CDMA USB Serial 1 (DIAG) Device (PID 6502) (COM12) Drivers Installer
File Size:1.12 Mb
Supported OS:Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
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AnyDATA CDMA USB Serial 1 (DIAG) Device (PID 6502) (COM12): Drivers List

3 drivers are found for ‘AnyDATA CDMA USB Serial 1 (DIAG) Device (PID 6502) (COM12)’. To download the needed driver, select it from the list below and click at ‘Download’ button. Please, ensure that the driver version totally corresponds to your OS requirements in order to provide for its operational accuracy.

File Size:64.54K
Supported OS:Windows XP, Windows Vista 32bit, Windows 7 32bit, Windows 8 32bit
File Size:57.99K
Supported OS:Windows XP, Windows Vista 32bit, Windows 7 32bit, Windows 8 32bit

AnyDATA CDMA USB Serial 1 (DIAG) Device (PID 6502) (COM12): Supported Models of Laptops

We have compiled a list of popular laptops models applicable for the installation of ‘AnyDATA CDMA USB Serial 1 (DIAG) Device (PID 6502) (COM12)’. By clicking at the targeted laptop model, you’ll be able to look through a comprehensive list of compatible devices.

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If your cheap BMW INPA K+DCAN USB interface with FTDI chip failed to install drivers or the system prompt cannot locate the drivers. Here is a little write-up on how to fix it.

Driver modem list. Selective suspend for HID over USB devices.; 3 minutes to read; b; D; d; In this article. Revision 2.0 of the Universal Serial Bus Specification specifies a USB selective suspend feature. By using this feature, the Windows operating system can selectively suspend idle USB devices. Test VID/PID (See below) 0x03EB. Mouse Demo Application. Keyboard Demo Application. Select Hardware and Devices and click on next, then follow the on-screen instructions. Method 2: Disable and re-enable all the Universal Serial Bus controllers (USB) controllers. The USB controllers represent the USB ports in Device Manager. To disable and re-enable the USB controllers, follow these steps: Open Device Manager.

I am using Windows 8.1 system. No sure if it works on yours. You are on your own risk.

Pre-installation caution:
Here are the INPA driver & software, free download links. If the driver/software is working, then ignore the next part. Otherwise take a look at the following part for reference.
INPA Driver: http://www.obd2vip.com/download/inpa-driver.zip(Close antivirus software or set your browser to download success)
INPA software: http://www.obd2vip.com/download/inpa-2.zip


1. Open your Device Manager. Control Panel–Hardware & Sound–Device Manager.
2. Connect the INPA K+DCAN cable with computer/PC-Double click
3. Locate USB Serial Converter->DetailsDropdown Menu->Hardware IDs. The PID number is the one you want. Will most likely be 0000.
4. Download CDM v2.08.30

Drivers AnyDATA WCDMA USB Serial 1 (DIAG) Device (PID 6202) (COM13)

5. Disable “Driver signature verification” Settings–Change PC Settings–Recovery–Advanced Startup–Restart.
This will restart your PC to Advanced settings. From there: Troubleshoot–Advanced Options–Startup Settings–Restart–F7

Follow these picture guides:
Your PC will then restart with signature verification disabled. You are now able to edit the INPA drivers.

6. Unzip the Drivers file that you just downloaded and open up

Drivers Anydata Wcdma Usb Serial 1 (diag) Device (pid 6202) (com13) Windows 7

7. Open ftdibus.inf
8. Replace every PID_6001 with PID_0000 to match your hardware ID. Scan through the whole document. Then save it.
9. Then find ftdiport.inf. Do the same to ftdiport.inf

10. Back in your Device Manager double click on your OBDII cable again.
Locate USB Serial Convertor Properties->Driver->Update Driver-> Browse my computer.
Locate your driver and install. You will need to install it for both USB Serial Converter and Ports & COM.


11. Setup INPA cable as normal and run INPA software.

It seems that the white FTDI chip INPA cables have to be manually put into D-CAN mode. This file will take care of that. It is normal for the LED to go out.
If you put the cable into DCAN mode, the LED goes off, and it says there is no adapter connected. Please connect it to the car and run the DCAN mode.

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