More stock coming around 10-14th of May.
Limited amount of genuine Xiaomi Pro displays are now available. Including genuine plastic covers (2 pieces - top and bottom) and some glue stickers to help secure the covers.
Tested by myBESTscooter and can confirm it's working. You will have three speed modes (same as on Pro scooter). Thanks a lot for Xiaomi M365 Portugal group on Facebook for the information on how to get it working. Please note that we have tested this on 1.4.3 and 1.5.1 firmware.
By purchasing from us you acknowledge that your scooter's firmware is 1.5.1 (for Xiaomi M365) or below and you have Android phone available.
After the upgrade your firmware will be 1.5.5 of the Pro scooter, which means you cannot flash the speed limit at the moment (there's no such firmware released yet as far as we know).
Instructions (video tutorial available here)
Method 1 through Mi Home app
- Make sure to remember your vehicle password if you have set one before.
- Remove the old board and install the new one. It's very easy and same process of removing 3 screws and reconnecting 4 cables. After setting it up turn on the scooter. Your screen will show low battery and the speedometer will not work at this stage.
- Open Mi Home app, go to settings and set your region to China.
- Add new scooter and search for Xiaomi Electric Scooter Pro (not M365)
- Add your scooter, connect it and upgrade to Pro firmware. At this stage we failed and have got an error just on 2-3%, but some members have managed to set it up this way.
Method 2 through M365_downG (available on Android phone only)
- Download Pro firmware. Xiaomi Pro 1.5.5 firmware available here: https://bit.ly/2I7PBQu (thanks to Tommy L. from Xiaomi Mijia M365 - PT Fans Facebook group)
- Download the main file, extract it into separate BLE, BMS and DRV zip files. Transfer these three zip files to your phone.
- Open M365_downG app (make sure it's official app from Play Store). Turn on your scooter and click connect and check version. Make sure you are on 1.5.1 or below. Otherwise scooter will not be visible to third party apps!
- Click on Open Bin button, select DRV zip file, make sure you get a message that the bin file was loaded and click Flash. Please be patient as it will load from 0 to 100%. Afterwards it might turn off your scooter.
- Repeat the last two steps again if scooter shuts down. Turn on the power, click connect and check version. Open the BMS file, click flash and then proceed again (connect again if needed) and do BLE file. After all, click connect and check version. You should have 1.5.5 firmware as per our pictures.
- The dashboard should be fully working! :) You can now connect to Mi Home app as well (select Xiaomi Pro scooter). If you have the Pro scooter already from Method 1, delete it and create a new one.
- If the scooter asks you for password follow this:
- Leave the Mi Home app on password prompt screen.
- Turn on your scooter (or off), hold down accelerator and brake handle and press power button (all at the same time)
- You will have one long and few short beeps. Let it beep for three cycles or more. The Mi Home app should be now unlocked. Go to scooter settings and create a new password.
The plastic covers have sticky material applied to them already, you just need to peel off the paper from the inside.
Please note that we are not responsible if you damage the scooter during this process, please proceed at your own risk. We had no problems ourselves when testing it.
Returns for this item are allowed only for unused items in the same condition. The shipping cost will not be refunded (10 GBP to EU and 3.50 GBP to the UK). All displays will be checked before dispatch and will be carefully packaged to avoid damage during transit.
Any questions feel free to get in touch!
There seems to be 1.5.5 Pro DRV file, which will increase maximum speed to 30 km/h: https://bit.ly/2Kexlrq
If you do not like it you can always flash back to stock 1.5.5: https://bit.ly/2D2TgMb
Make sure your scooter version is 1.5.5 maximum. We are not liable if you damage your scooter by installing any custom firmware's, so proceed at your own risk.