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Eddie A. Steiner

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    King Song 18L, NB1 E+ , NB1 S2

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  1. Hey Dudes, I'm traveling to Thailand for the first time in December and wanted to know if anyone knows what the EUC situation is there? Can I rent, buy, borrow? Would love to bring my wheel but I know that's impossible with airline restrictions....too bad. Anybody been there to tell me the scene? Eddie
  2. UPDATE: Alright, I tried uninstalling the app and then, instead of grabbing the app from the android store, I got it directly from the website. Same version (3.1.9) and lo and behold it opened. I had to start from scratch to put in all the info like password and stuff but finally got it to open......stress relief. Anyhow, if anyone is having problems with theirs, that's how I solved it. Thanks Joker for the replies. Eddie
  3. Okay, so if the app doesn't work how do I get into the wheel to change my settings??? Can our Kingsong rep here on the forum do anything? I tried contacting Kingsong but you know how that is...what do I do? Suggestions please?
  4. Just saw your post.....android. I noticed I'm not the only one. Must be a bad update.
  5. I'm sorry, I don't know what that is. I've had my KS 18L for 3 or 4 months now and it worked fine up to last nite. Then all I get now is the intro screen for a bit then the error screen saying that the app is crashing. Servers down?????
  6. Hey Guys, Since yesterday my Kingsong App is sort of locked up....all I get is the first white screen for about 15 seconds and then an error screen that says the app keeps closing? Anybody else feel my pain? It was working fine up to yesterday, uninstalled and reinstalled, same thing. Are the servers down? What the hell?
  7. Well, I thought I'd add to the crash posts, I got mine last friday night. I was riding with my brother at Riverwalk, Tampa, Fl. He was on my Ninebot Scooter and I was on my Ninebot S2 unicycle. We had been riding for about 2 hours and I was a little tired, felt my legs getting a bit twitchy from fatigue, knew I should have called it a night. We decided to do about 30 minutes more. Now I need to say that I had a beer about 20 minutes before the crash, don't know if that had any thing to do with it, just saying. Anyways, I was heading in the direction of the parking lot to call it a night and was doing a bit of medium carving on the way.....and then. That's when I felt the wheel come out from underneath me and I went down. I was going about 12mph when it happened and sort of fell backwards on my backpack and my right hand. Unfortunately I was NOT wearing wristguards and instead had on my workout fingerless gloves that saved me from road rash but not the impact. My wrist and my thumb area are very sore but getting better. Moving forward I will be wearing all pads and a helmet. This sport is too risky not to wear protection. One fall can ruin the rest of your life, not worth it. The sport is also extremely fun so will not be giving it up, just better protection. I was back on my wheel the next day just taking it easy and getting back in the saddle. Love the sport, wear the pads, enjoy! Eddie
  8. Thanks man, I might just add that one to my collection.
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