MIB Button mapping Editor

This editor allows you to import configurationmanager.res files and make changes to the button mapping inside. You can upload a res file or pick one from the preselected files. The tool is based on research by jojomojo97.

Frequently Asked Questions

This tool can edit configurationmanager.res files. These files contain configurations for various aspects of your car's infotainment system, including settings for physical buttons that control different functions within the system. With this tool, you can customize the behavior of these physical buttons to better suit your preferences and needs. For example, you might be able to remap a button to activate a different feature or adjust the sensitivity of certain controls. This level of customization allows for a more personalized driving experience tailored to your specific preferences.

  1. Select the configurationmanager.res file that matches your device and firmware version.
  2. Make changes
  3. Save the file
  4. Upload the modified res file to your machine by using a toolbox*
  5. Enjoy the changes.

*If you don't know how to do this, please refer to the manual of your favorite toolbox.

You can download the configurationmanager.res file from machine by dumping it with a toolbox, or finding the file in /tsd/hmi/hmi/res/ (MIB Standard) or /eso/hmi/lsd/res/ (MIB High).

All MIB devices that use a configurationmanager.res file to determine the button mapping. MIB1, MIB2 and MIB3 all use it.

No. Although you can turn a button into a button that has a different function.

Probably not.

I'm not kidding... this kind of "questions" I get almost daily: People who hardly take the time to write a nice message and then expect that I spend time helping them. And they keep spamming me, getting more rude by the hour, demanding I help them, sometimes even sending threats.
Compare it to ordering food at a restaurant: Will you demand free food to be delivered NOW, and for free? And would you expect a quality meal, if you acted like that in a restaurant?
Don't forget: I'm a human being and I'm not some service you're paying for. Being nice doesn't cost a thing.

Yes I do, see here. However, there's no public repository for this site and these tools. There were a couple of cases where I saw my own work being sold by companies or shady individuals. If you are interested in having the sourcecode because you want to sell the tools, contact me via Github. Or if you are Volkswagen A.G. and want to hire me: contact my boss.