New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

DB Cooper
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Re: New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

Postby DB Cooper Thu Sep 05, 2019 12:59 pm



I won't change that back, sorry

The baudrate patch is for a potential open source BMS, which is literally written below the patch name.

Wheel speed multiplier only affects speed calculation.
Ok, so then in simple terms, how would you manually change the settings for the max speed for yourself while keeping the rest of the settings? The other link, https://ninebot.scooterhacking.org/cfw? ... x_speed=45 simply links to a direct cfw zip file download with no actual page to change any settings
What he's saying is basically when you download the file, it comes from a link that is just a URL script. So for example, if I set a CFW for 48000 MPC and 32 kph, I can see the URL is:
https://py.scooterhacking.org:81/cfw?ve ... tant=48000

So he is basically saying, change the URL to:
https://py.scooterhacking.org:81/cfw?version=DRV151&max_speed=45&motor_power_constant=48000
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Re: New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

Postby DB Cooper Thu Sep 05, 2019 7:17 pm



I won't change that back, sorry

The baudrate patch is for a potential open source BMS, which is literally written below the patch name.

Wheel speed multiplier only affects speed calculation.
Ok, so then in simple terms, how would you manually change the settings for the max speed for yourself while keeping the rest of the settings? The other link, https://ninebot.scooterhacking.org/cfw? ... x_speed=45 simply links to a direct cfw zip file download with no actual page to change any settings
What he's saying is basically when you download the file, it comes from a link that is just a URL script. So for example, if I set a CFW for 48000 MPC and 32 kph, I can see the URL is:
https://py.scooterhacking.org:81/cfw?ve ... tant=48000

So he is basically saying, change the URL to:
https://py.scooterhacking.org:81/cfw?version=DRV151&max_speed=45&motor_power_constant=48000
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Re: New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

Postby colonelkernel Fri Sep 06, 2019 12:15 am


What he's saying is basically when you download the file, it comes from a link that is just a URL script. So for example, if I set a CFW for 48000 MPC and 32 kph, I can see the URL is:
https://py.scooterhacking.org:81/cfw?ve ... tant=48000

So he is basically saying, change the URL to:
https://py.scooterhacking.org:81/cfw?ve ... or=#FF0000]max_speed=45&[/color]motor_power_constant=48000
Ok, so then how would each variable be written in the URL? Is it written exactly how it is in the toolkit? Do you just add &Variable=Number in between each variable and it works? It looks like there's a discrepancy with maximum speed, in the maker its written Maximum speed and in the URL it's written max_speed instead of maximum_speed

also going to http://py.scooterhacking.org/ displays an interesting message
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Re: New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

Postby Lothean Fri Sep 06, 2019 7:14 am

also going to http://py.scooterhacking.org/ displays an interesting message
Where? I can't see anything :roll:

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Any nonsupported CFW you generate is at your own responsibility. Enough people came complaining to me or scooter manufacturers about them hurting themselves or breaking their scooter. If you want to be stupid, be stupid on your own.
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Re: New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

Postby colonelkernel Fri Sep 06, 2019 7:21 am

also going to http://py.scooterhacking.org/ displays an interesting message
Where? I can't see anything :roll:

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Any nonsupported CFW you generate is at your own responsibility. Enough people came complaining to me or scooter manufacturers about them hurting themselves or breaking their scooter. If you want to be stupid, be stupid on your own.
i just reloaded it and its not there anymore, but it did say

"[REDACTED]"
and that was all
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Re: New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

Postby Lothean Fri Sep 06, 2019 7:22 am

also going to http://py.scooterhacking.org/ displays an interesting message
Where? I can't see anything :roll:

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Any nonsupported CFW you generate is at your own responsibility. Enough people came complaining to me or scooter manufacturers about them hurting themselves or breaking their scooter. If you want to be stupid, be stupid on your own.
i just reloaded it and its not there anymore, but it did say

"[REDACTED]"
and that was all
I'm not sure, that's quite weird..
DB Cooper
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Re: New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

Postby DB Cooper Fri Sep 06, 2019 2:31 pm


What he's saying is basically when you download the file, it comes from a link that is just a URL script. So for example, if I set a CFW for 48000 MPC and 32 kph, I can see the URL is:
https://py.scooterhacking.org:81/cfw?ve ... tant=48000

So he is basically saying, change the URL to:
https://py.scooterhacking.org:81/cfw?ve ... or=#FF0000]max_speed=45&[/color]motor_power_constant=48000
Ok, so then how would each variable be written in the URL? Is it written exactly how it is in the toolkit? Do you just add &Variable=Number in between each variable and it works? It looks like there's a discrepancy with maximum speed, in the maker its written Maximum speed and in the URL it's written max_speed instead of maximum_speed

also going to http://py.scooterhacking.org/ displays an interesting message
The maker is written in human language, the URLs are what matter. If you tell me what exact settings you want, I can give you a URL that'll meet those conditions.
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Re: New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

Postby colonelkernel Sat Sep 07, 2019 8:00 am


What he's saying is basically when you download the file, it comes from a link that is just a URL script. So for example, if I set a CFW for 48000 MPC and 32 kph, I can see the URL is:
https://py.scooterhacking.org:81/cfw?ve ... tant=48000

So he is basically saying, change the URL to:
https://py.scooterhacking.org:81/cfw?ve ... or=#FF0000]max_speed=45&[/color]motor_power_constant=48000
Ok, so then how would each variable be written in the URL? Is it written exactly how it is in the toolkit? Do you just add &Variable=Number in between each variable and it works? It looks like there's a discrepancy with maximum speed, in the maker its written Maximum speed and in the URL it's written max_speed instead of maximum_speed

also going to http://py.scooterhacking.org/ displays an interesting message
The maker is written in human language, the URLs are what matter. If you tell me what exact settings you want, I can give you a URL that'll meet those conditions.
Base version: 1.3.9
KERS minimum speed: 40kph (or higher, just need it disabled)
Maximum speed: 45kph (or whatever the actual theoretical maximum is, supposedly 65kph)
Motor start speed: 0kph
Version spoofing: Yes
Alternative throttle algorithm: Yes
Motor power constant: 44000
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Re: New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

Postby Lothean Sat Sep 07, 2019 7:54 pm


Ok, so then how would each variable be written in the URL? Is it written exactly how it is in the toolkit? Do you just add &Variable=Number in between each variable and it works? It looks like there's a discrepancy with maximum speed, in the maker its written Maximum speed and in the URL it's written max_speed instead of maximum_speed

also going to http://py.scooterhacking.org/ displays an interesting message
The maker is written in human language, the URLs are what matter. If you tell me what exact settings you want, I can give you a URL that'll meet those conditions.
Base version: 1.3.9
KERS minimum speed: 40kph (or higher, just need it disabled)
Maximum speed: 45kph (or whatever the actual theoretical maximum is, supposedly 65kph)
Motor start speed: 0kph
Version spoofing: Yes
Alternative throttle algorithm: Yes
Motor power constant: 44000
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Re: New CFW Versions: 35 kph max? Bad File?

Postby AnteChrist Tue Sep 10, 2019 1:21 pm

You could also add in whatever numbers you want in the boxes and rather then hit PATCH hit the SHARE button to copy the url, then paste that url into another tab, hit PATCH then choose YES when prompted to save the file.

Here is a example of the CFW colonelkernal requested

https://ninebot.scooterhacking.org?vers ... rt_speed=0

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