(TUT) Unlocking the Ninebot E-series (E22, E25, E45) to 28 km/h (30 on E45)

conad
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Re: (TUT)(Updated) Unlocking the Ninebot E22E/D and E25E/D to 28 km/h

Postby conad Sat Aug 08, 2020 9:36 am

sorry guys,
i tried to use Ninebot-Flasher or Ninebot IAP, but both tools they can't find my e22e.
The PC bluetooth seems not to see it, with the mobile is working as usual.
Do you know how to fix this?
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Re: (TUT)(Updated) Unlocking the Ninebot E22E/D and E25E/D to 28 km/h

Postby F0xMaster Sun Aug 09, 2020 10:29 am

sorry guys,
i tried to use Ninebot-Flasher or Ninebot IAP, but both tools they can't find my e22e.
The PC bluetooth seems not to see it, with the mobile is working as usual.
Do you know how to fix this?
That's probably a problem with your PC.
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Re: (TUT)(Updated) Unlocking the Ninebot E22E/D and E25E/D to 28 km/h

Postby F0xMaster Sun Aug 09, 2020 10:31 am

IMPORTANT UPDATE
If you tried unlocking your speed using esx.cfw.sh you blocked your ability to use this guide. This is caused by the fact that you flashed ESx firmware on an e-series scooter, which is not compatible nor supported in that case.
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Re: (TUT)(Updated) Unlocking the Ninebot E22E/D and E25E/D to 28 km/h

Postby Ninebotisthebest Sat Aug 15, 2020 12:15 pm

I own e22e without extra battery and i changed my serial number. Now im gettin 24km/h speed on full charge and then it decreaSes to about 22km/h when battery drops below 80.. is it normal? So annoying..

Are other people who own e series nimebots experiencing same thing? And i’m wondering why im only gettin 24km/h as im 70kg.. shouldnt be a problem

Edit: on flat aurface it goes 25km/h and speed doesn’t decrease i think until below 50% or something but it’s pretty annoying and id want more speed..
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Re: (TUT) Unlocking the Ninebot E-series (E22, E25, E45) to 28 km/h (30 on E45)

Postby Carlito86 Sun Sep 06, 2020 3:50 pm

Is anybody working on a firmware for the ninebot air t15? Or anybody knows if the firmware Is the same as the e serietà?
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Re: (TUT) Unlocking the Ninebot E-series (E22, E25, E45) to 28 km/h (30 on E45)

Postby CDogg Tue Sep 08, 2020 7:38 pm

This is a doozy of an issue.

I bought an E22 with external battery yesterday from a classified ad. Couldn't power it on so I wen't home and charged it up. After about 5 secs, I got an Error 10. Talked to an acquaintence who has one and his did the same thing!
Of course the ES4 error 10 relates to the serial number, so I can only venture to guess it's pretty close on this scooter.

I can't connect to Segway app (both old and new), PC, xiaoflasher, and the IAP won't work either. I need heellllppp!
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Re: (TUT) Unlocking the Ninebot E-series (E22, E25, E45) to 28 km/h (30 on E45)

Postby F0xMaster Wed Sep 16, 2020 8:35 pm

This is a doozy of an issue.

I bought an E22 with external battery yesterday from a classified ad. Couldn't power it on so I wen't home and charged it up. After about 5 secs, I got an Error 10. Talked to an acquaintence who has one and his did the same thing!
Of course the ES4 error 10 relates to the serial number, so I can only venture to guess it's pretty close on this scooter.

I can't connect to Segway app (both old and new), PC, xiaoflasher, and the IAP won't work either. I need heellllppp!
Whoever told you that error 10 is in any way related to the serial number clearly doesn't know anything. Error 10 indicates problems with communication between the dashboard and the controller, which might be caused by a couple things;
1. Ripped or damaged cables
2. A poor attempt at flashing custom firmware made for the wrong model, or in the wrong format.
While the second one can't be fixed atm, the first one can be narrowed down to a certain point of failure and fixed with relative ease. You'd have to inspect the cable going from the screen to the controller looking for damage.

My method simply cannot cause any errors or bricks, it's literally not possible. If you were wondering which error codes correspond to the serial number, it's error 35 and 27, you can check out a full list of ninebot error codes here: https://scooterhack.in/nberrorcodes

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