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  • DorinDXN
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    Glad to hear that is solved.

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  • Venti
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    Thanks Dorin.
    restore works fine.

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  • DorinDXN
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    please access
    192.168.8.1/restore

    and restore a backup.mbk

    file you saved before.

    If you don't have a backup file I can send one to you.

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  • Venti
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    It connects to MECHA-H-DAC.
    After connecting, press "LEFT" or "RIGHT" on the normal screen and the message "Waiting ...." will appear.
    Mecha is not moving.

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  • DorinDXN
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    Please check this
    1) start MECHA if LEDs blink like -=-=-=-= press [1]
    2) connect with Phone to MECHA SSID
    3) access 192.168.8.1/config
    Please confirm if config page is opening


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  • Venti
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    The upgrade as pictured runs, but nothing happens in Mecha.
    Running Mecha again doesn't work.


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  • DorinDXN
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    I remember you recovered MECHA via USB before, then you don't need the driver

    You can use the old recover method via usb cable, the one which worked before, then update to the latest FW, as usual

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  • Venti
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    Click image for larger version

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  • DorinDXN
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    Hi Venti

    Sent you a PM with an archive for usb recovery.



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  • Venti
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    Hi Dorin.

    123123 <Power was turned off during speed calibration.
    The battery level was sufficient (about 80% or more).

    After that, Mecha C1 does not work normally.

    What should I do?

    When the Mecha C1 is turned on normally, the battery level displayed in the last step is not displayed.

    When the button is pressed, only a beep sounds and it does not work.
    The "<" motor also does not work.

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  • DorinDXN
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    You're welcome

    Glad it is all OK now.

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  • Brendon G
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    Ok, missed this post, updated the FW before seeing the above message. After the FW update - still no Mecha network to connect, however a new networking "starting.." appeared. Tied the password for it - didn't work. then I tried the above - hold 3 during startup. then went to check network setting on iPhone - "starting.." disappeared and within 10 sec the Mecha-###### network reappeared. Connected to the Mecha device and was prompted to update FW. All is working well again. Thanks for your Help.

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  • DorinDXN
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    Sent the archive but do not use it for now.

    First try this.
    During the blinking, please press and hold [3] for 3 second until you hear multiple beeps.

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  • Brendon G
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    Yes, then all 5 lights show then disappear and a sound is made. Then when I go the Wi-Fi settings on the iPhone to select the network there is no Mech device to select, I have manually input the device and tried the Q Code. I get a message "unable to join the network "Mech-######"
    Last edited by Brendon G; March 14, 2020, 04:40 AM.

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  • DorinDXN
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    When start MECHA it blinks like this?

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