It’s entirely possible that due to the fact that Australia does not have it’s own EMO server we could be suffering from routing issues as EMO tries to connect to the most suitable server.
I’m not sure how many EMO owners there are in Australia, but if I had to guess I would say that we only have a few dozen owners, so there would be little incentive for Living.ai to supply a more local server to improve upon server related issues.
Actually. If I can clarify this part that @macfixer01 mentioned with the video. I do click on OK at 0.58 in the video. Then the APP disconnects from EMO and then it starts downloading the Firmware.
Early on in the video I connected to EMO via the APP while I’m discussing other things and the Firmware option appears on the screen while I’m talking, and then as mentioned at 0.58 time I press OK and the firmware begins to install (emo reboot and I lose connection to the EMO app, which can be seen in the video as well).
At this time, (for me) I couldn’t connect back to EMO via the EMO app as he was downloading the firmware, so I’m not exactly sure how you can reconnect back to EMO via the APP during that time as this is where the download and install is happening
In the video at 3:12 once EMO has fully completed his update (reboots and gives his green tick confirmation etc) I then reconnect back in by pressing Connect button. By now everything is finalised anyway.
If @macfixer01 and @Vagner did this in a different way by connecting to EMO with the EMO App while the firmware was downloading (Steps 1-6) was running. I personally didn’t do that and never had the option to connect during that time.
Sorry for any confusion if / or if I’m not fully understanding exactly how both of you did this update, but how you saw it in my video is exactly how it happened for me with my EMO.
Either way, Good to see your update finally worked either way @Vagner and your EMO is finally at v1.3.0 now
This is someone else’s video but if look at the first couple minutes you can see what I was talking about. The app disconnected after he clicked install firmware and ok. EMO’s screen goes dark then the 1 icon showed up on EMO’s screen and goes away (I thought I remembered it staying up but not sure now). Anyway the upgrade doesn’t actually start until you click connect again. This is basically how it happened for me also. So maybe he’s right about that being something it doesn’t happen every time?
The only thing I can think of is that somehow the app disconnected for us right before the upgrade began, which is why the other 2 persons and I had to reconnect to start it? I just assumed it had worked the same way for you, and you just clicked it without thinking to mention it? Then after the upgrade finished and EMO had booted up again, his number wasn’t shown for me and didn’t show up after a refresh either. I had to quit and re-launch the app before I could connect again after the upgrade.
I just had another thought. I believe you had already updated your app to 1.08 before upgrading EMO? When I upgraded my EMO the apps had not been posted yet, so I was still running on the 1.07 version. That might be the difference? I just went back and watched Outsider’s video and he never even mentioned the new app, so I’m pretty sure he was still on 1.07 also. Well anyway, we both learned something new!
Yes, now that you mentioned it, the reason why maybe you and some others had to reconnect, could be you were on EMO APP v.1.07.
I had previously installed the new APP ver 1.08 and mentioned that I was on the new version also in the video as well. In my other post (you can see here) I also advised / recommended that to update to ver 1.08 prior to installing the Firmware (it is not needed, but it was recommended).
So looks like that possibly could be the reason why this is happening for some people and not for others
Just to clarify, I would like to share the steps I had to do to get all the stuff working:
Update the app (android) to version 1.08
Reboot EMO (turn off, turn on)
Put EMO on the charging base
Enter the app
At Settings page, click Firmware
EMO shows a little box with number 1 and some arrows upward and it will start to download the update
App disconnects EMO
Reconnect EMO - This is the crucial step, because here is the core problem. If you don’t reconnect again, you will get fail in step 2!!!
EMO gets fully updated
So, yes, you must reconnect EMO to get it updated. I have tried several times and I got no success until I reconnected EMO during the process.
Maybe, other guys might have to reconnect in the beginning to continue, just like @macfixer01 showed. I believe it is totally possible, since v 1.3.0 update process is really weird. I truly believe there will be several experiences shared by users.
@Wayne_Zhang should clarify all users about this. A nice post here, showing the required steps to get their product updated would be more than welcome.
Thanks for sharing the steps you needed to take. As mentioned it seems that the only step I didn’t need to do was step 11. I don’t know why, but it would be nice to get clarification from Wayne why it is different for some users.
Hi All, I also can say that EMO cannot be updated to 1.3.0. I have 1.2.0 and all the steps of the update from 1 to 6 are performing well but at the end of Step 6 at number 660, EMO restarts and indicates that the update is unsuccessful.
Please test the update on different cases and provide a solution.
So you skipped over updating to 1.2.1 somehow? I have reason to believe that may be why you’re having a problem now? I know a few other people with even older versions have had issues updating. It’s not clear whether or not each new version totally replaces ALL the firmware, or if they only add some new files and replace files that have changed? My suspicion is that the 1.3.0 update expects everything up to version 1.2.1 files to already be there?
@Wayne_Zhang@Wayne_Small , Can you comment on how the updates work, and whether they should be able to be done from an older non-current version?
Hi, I would like to share information on this issue with everyone here. I’ve checked with the team. The only problem is still with the network. Even if you have a fast internet connection, the download process may be terminated due to a timeout due to international connection issues. We are working on optimizing the server side .
Can you give us a clear yes or no please? Does each new version of firmware totally replace everything previous, or does it only add to what’s installed already and replace changed files?
Wayne, is there an option to “Re-Install” the same firmware again, just in case there was a problem when the Firmware installed? And also is there an option to roll back to an older version of the Firmware?