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Yes you can manually hold the St link wires to the board to flash the Blu... It took me a couple of tries to get everything lined up correctly but once I got it correctly lined up everything went over just fine... Just make sure not to let go halfway thru the flashing... After that you can flash the bms with m365downgmacmonka989 wrote: ↑Mon May 27, 2019 5:32 amHello.
I am also a "happy" owner of fake m365 pro display. I have a question for more experienced people. I installed this dashboard, I've uploaded DRV 1.5.5 but when I try to upload BLE or BMS my scooter loses connection with the m365_downg application. If I buy ST Link, according to this manual in Spanish, I will be able to correctly load BLE / BMS without soldering pins to the PCB (I do not have a soldering gun) ? Will it occur that I put pieces of wires and press firmly on the pins from the PCB?
PS. If I understand correctly in the first post the author wrote that there is probably no need for soldering, but I would rather be sure.
Thank you for the hints!
So it shows all the correct values for the ble and bms now and I have verified flashing is working correctly by changing take off minimum speedsmacmonka989 wrote: ↑Mon May 27, 2019 2:24 pmThank You for reply.
Did you have lost BT connection after installing this fake dashboard. DRV 1.5.5 I've uploaded earlier on the original dashboard from regular m365. Currently, BLE and BMS has values of -10201 as in the picture.
I literly just took the black plastic off the ends and held them on the dashboard... But if you put pins on thennthat should work better
Thank you again for your answers. Yesterday I received my st-link and according to the instructions, I loaded correct BLE into the dashboard (without soldering). Best wishes.
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