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  1. For people who hasn't been following all the threads, here is a general description of the firmware 2.2.8.
  2. @Demargon @Дмитрий Анатольевич If your current version is earlier than 1.1.x, A Correction must be done after the upgrade! It can be found in APP-Setting-SCV Correction-Car body turnning and fowarding correction (Called Turning and Forwarding Adjustment on IOS, Make sure that your V10 is perpendicular to the ground before correction. As shown here:https://image.ibb.co/cU649J/140_B78_D5_31_E5_4561_9162_4_D4_F49_EA2779.png)" So the red error lights actually is a sign to wait for your extra correction. @Jrosenzweig Jason was right, IOS is apparently more stable than Android APP, and we've struggled with Android couples of days ago.
  3. @Stan Onymous @maltocs The 2.2.8 should be slightly better than 2.2.7 in terms of overheat, since we have done some more optimization. @Demargon @Дмитрий Анатольевич I'll get back to you soon.
  4. I'd like to share some insight about the temperature showed on App, and we've noticed there's lots of confusion. Actually the temperature we read from the App is not from the heat sink, but from one of the core processors on the control board, and V8/V10 all do the same way. The engineers had been concerning that the temperature from the heat sink might frighten off riders because they thought it would be a much higher degree. Here is the thing, the "overload " is triggered by the temperature of the heat sink, which means it has no connection with the temperature showed on App for now. Apparently it's not wise, and we'll make it right someday.
  5. The demo version had sent out 12 hours ago, and @maltocs can get yours today or tomorrow. I'll be able to get more in depth insights from our team soon.
  6. We have refined the V10/V10F firmwares based on 2.2.6, which has released and paused couple of weeks ago because of the incorrect speed limit. We’d like to invite 3-5 riders to test the V2.2.7 firmware before it’s released to public, please send me your InMotion APP ID via private message if you’ve any interest. We appreciate if the chosen ones can make the test within 3 days and share their thoughts with us, thanks in advance. Here are some insights of the V2.2.7: Max speed 40 kph Tilt back: Triggered by the output power of the wheel, begin to tilt at 72% of remaining power of the battery, reach to max tilt angle which is 22 degree at 95% of remaining power of the battery. The bug that DIY light effects can't be applied normally is repaired. Add a new error light. Based on V2.2.6 Here are some insights of the V2.2.6: Add two riding modes, and one is responsive mode, and the other is classic mode. A dual disk solution is adopted to solve the problem of audio files loss caused by abnormal power failure. The tilt back system is optimized with the new driving mode. The system architecture is optimized, and the real-time performance and stability of the system are improved. Overspeed alarm volume is optimized, alarm volume is automatically adjusted according to the riding speed. Other optimization. Notes for update: Please press the anti-spinning button and lay down your V10/V10F before upgrading. (As shown here: http://file.imscv.com/editor/image/2016/05/20160519174448_29758.png) If your current version is earlier than 1.1.x, A Correction must be done after the upgrade! (It can be found in "APP-Setting-SCV Correction-Car body turnning and fowarding correction (Called Turning and Forwarding Adjustment on IOS)". Make sure that your V10 is perpendicular to the ground before correction, as shown here: http://file.imscv.com/editor/image/2016/05/20160519174448_29758.png)
  7. @Stan Onymous Thanks for your feedback. Actually the quite a lot of engineers are not very good at riding, so we need a better product manager rather than engineers. An ideal product manager should be a very good rider, and be able to think and make decisions like a rider. Most of Chinese companies don’t have that core decision makers IMO. @UniVehje The speed limit was not intentional, and we’re working to make it right now. We still have a chance to keep the previous version when next release is available.
  8. Try to turn off your bluetooth of your phone, wait a few seconds, connect the wheel again.
  9. Good call, that makes lot of sense!
  10. We've paused the firmware because some valuable feedback from you guys, and we'll keep working on it for a week or two, and then @eddiemoy will help us to test it before we release it to public again. For those who has upgraded already, don't worry, the firmware itself doesn't have any safety issues, and you can upgrade again when the next version is available, and also I'd like to provide you some insights of the firmware 2.2.6. The biggest difference that we can recognize is that the new firmware provide two modes which are A and B, actually after my communication with our team, I realized that it's weren't intended to be "Eco and Sport" modes, but more from technical aspect to provide these two options. The engineer team developed a new Motor Control approach which has adopted d into Mode A, and it brought lots of benefits. While the team was not so sure if customers like to get ride of the previous riding mode completely which is Mode B, so they provided these two options there, willing to hear more from customers. I know it's a late explanation, and we'll make sure to inform this kind of info in the future. Please refer to the photo below for the difference, and we appreciate to hear back more from you.
  11. Bobwheel

    THE VIDEO THREAD!

    These guys are insane, and I'm so glad the wheels survived through all these tortures.
  12. @RelaxMore Have you tried to use the "APP—Vehicle->setting->SCV Correction->Car body turning and fowarding correction" after your upgrade? Please put the wheel aside as attached while you're doing it.
  13. @WARPed1701D Sure thing, I’ll address the aggressive tilt back issue of V10 shortly to our team. @TechShizzle Of course, we’ll provide motors for Jason for sure, and you’ll be taken care of. @Stan Onymous Let me figure out if there is way to provide an option to convert the firmware back. BTW, the new firmware will be available for IOS at 6/26.
  14. You've already emailed me right? I'll help you out there!
  15. Will come back to you soon about this.
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