All M365 Dashboards are shipped with the latest firmware version and don’t require updating after receiving. Your current M365 Dash v2 firmware version is shown at the boot screen below the scooter logo – v2.x.x. Update features could be needed if any bug fix or new functionality will be made and the new firmware will be released.
The latest M365 Dash firmware file and update instructions you could download from the provided link in your M365 Dash order confirmation letter.
In a changelog list you could check if your current firmware version is up to date. You will also find all changes that have been made on M365 firmware.
Release date: 2020-10-04
Switching to 10 “mode brings up an additional setting in the menu section “10 in. range”. It shows how far it was driven with 10” tires. This parameter can be adjusted. It is relevant to anyone who has fitted 10 “tires before and the M365 Dash has been fitted afterward. You can determine approximately how much you have already traveled with the 10” tires and the M365 Dash will calculate correctly the total trip distance. Or if you just switched to 10 “mode and drove with 8.5” tires you can reset it to 0 (by holding a break leaver for 5 seconds) to accurately show the total distance. When switching the tire mode in the settings, Trip B and Trip C are automatically reset because otherwise it would be displayed inaccurately.
Driving in 10 “tire mode and switching back to 8.5” and vice versa does not change the total distance because M365 Dash remembers how much was driven with one tire and how much was driven with the other.
Release date: 2020-03-08
By press and hold down a brake lever for 5 seconds the Custom Battery and Custom Distance will reset to the lowest value. You no longer need to spin all to the max value to get started over.
Release date: 2019-12-13
Release date: 2019-11-15
Release date: 2019-10-11
M365 Dash v2.0 has been realeased.