Recoding may not solve your issue. On some cars, (including mine), each time I flash any stage, I have to use NCSExpert to code the EGS module back on after using xHP. It doesn't matter what stage...even if you flash back to stock, it may not recognize the paddles. Takes less than 2 mins to do if you know how to do it. I cannot advise or instruct you on the process since my car is specific to my situation in terms of the NCSExpert process. There are a couple of way to do it and you have to find which way your car needs.
I can use NCS Expert. Can you tell me what EGS function I'm looking for? TIA
Load expert profile.
You must choose your body style - for e9x cars you choose e89.
Read ECU, choose CAS
Choose EGS module
F6 to go back.
There is no function to choose. EGS module needs to be wholly recorded on ok your TCU and the paddles will be recognized.
These directions are vague at best and I do not think about it when I perform the sequence. So it you know NCS well, you will understand. But if not..
You won't be able to figure some parts out and may get stuck.
OK, just recoded today and no joy...I can activate manual mode from the center console shifter but paddles are dead!
Sorry for the delay - Busy weekend!
1) Launch NCS Expert
2) Load Revtor's NCS Expert Profile
5) Select E89 Chassis
6) Select CAS ECU and wait for FG and FA to populate
9) Select TCU ECU
10) F4 and wait for trace file pop up
11) Close pop up
13) Select SG_CODIEREN
14) F3 and wait for "Coding ended" message and chime from the car