The initial 'solid' blink may not be a bad thing, IIRC in PA there's a certain amount of the turn signal that needs to be lit initially to pass safety inspection. By (very technical) argument, this would mean that the initial blink being 'solid' would be sufficient to pass safety inspection, but I'm not an inspector/not sure how NY laws are worded. IIRC though that's how Toyota gets away with dynamic turn signals, as they start solid and they do a 'reverse-dynamic' behavior.This worked. Now brakes show solid and indicators dynamic. Thank you!!!
One "imperfection" is that the first indicator blink is solid, and all subsequent blinks are dynamic. Looks like the dynamic signal isn't arriving "in time" for the first blink. Not something I'm going to switch out my BCM for, but since I've come this far I'm curious how the FL sustem behaves. Surely the dynamic function can't send a signal "faster" than the "Blinken" activation you suggested above? I'm going to try a more recent version of VCDS in case it has the newer functions.
There was one interesting function: "Schlusslicht aktiv ohne Bremslicht aktiv: ist deaktiviert: wenn Bremslicht aktiv ist" Guess this is the opposite of what I need...
I'll finalize my wiring and write up in diy form on the audi forums.
If someone has a recent vcds/odbeleven and doesn't mind checking - do you see 'Aktive Blinkfunktion dynamisch links/rechts' as an option in your fuktion channels to select from?