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Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by Surfparadise, Jun 15, 2018.
Is it planned to support swag vaporesso in the near future?
If this topic is still interesting, unofficial support for TPCBAT(-2) version will be published here. SPCBAT hardware remains unsupported.
Wow... great news, I love this mod, but 30W in TC for MTL vaping is terrible... thanks for this support!
Well, let's begin
How to flash Vaporesso SWAG 1st gen, TPCBAT hardware (STM32):
Download DfuSe Demo directly from STMicroelectronics site or here, and attached archive.
Unpack, install and run DfuSe Demo.
Remove battery, hold Fire button and connect the box to PC, install DFU drivers (if necessary). DfuSe Demo should detect SWAG in DFU mode:
Now Fire button can be released.
Press "Choose..." button and select unpacked Swag_200203.dfu.
Press "Upgrade" button:
After firmware upgrade press "Leave DFU mode" button or simply disconnect the box.
Install battery and use your SWAG as simple as JWEI box with the recent NToolbox.
Note: Firmware Updater is not compatible with SWAG, use DfuSe Demo to flash ArcticFox or OEM firmware (v1.03 attached).
Note 2: since STM32 branch is published, there is no need to sham to be another MCU. Builds since 200503 will have STM32 PID/VID and will be compatible with the recent nightly NToolbox: https://nfeteam.org/forum/threads/public-beta-stm32-branch.4654/
Guys, You are awesome... works like a charm....
Не определяет swag.
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First post ever here and it is a big THANK YOU!
Now the Swag is at least three times better than before!
Sorry for a clickbate photo
No chances to SWAG II support. But there is no major problems to use TPCBAT9 SWAG PCB in the restyled body.
hi, sorry for offtopic, for Pico X available?
Надіслано від мого Redmi S2, використовуючи Tapatalk
Are you ready to solder something?
Spoiler: Armour Pro
Not a problem, can it be a little more detailed ?
Thanks in advance..
Some time ago I bought Armour Pro based on STM32. I found the way to replace OEM bootloader to run custom firmware, but it is quite hard. If anyone is interested in this topic, in the future there will be a port of RedPanda for Vaporesso Armour Pro. Unofficially, for sure.
The short guide how to flash Vaporesso Armour Pro with custom firmware (TPCBABM3 hardware only)
First, the short and standard disclaimer: you agree that we are not responsible for the success or failure of your actions. Agreeing that you confirm that you have sufficient skills required by this instruction.
First, you have to replace the bootloader.
Spoiler: Replacing the bootloader
Take the box apart, see bottom side of the PCB.
MCU BOOT pin is marked with red arrow. Normally, it is tied to GND net. We have to break GND net and insert resistor between this pin and GND. As you can see on photo, I've used 0805 4.7 kOhm. Cut the GND trace as it marked with magenta line and solder the resistor in the break. Now you have BOOT pin tied to ground through this resistor, not directly.
Now, short 2 points marked with green arrows and connect PCB to USB. By this you'll put MCU in native hardware DFU mode (high logic level on BOOT pin during power on), and with DfuSe Demo utility flash the modified boot (boot.dfu). If you have an error during flashing, nevermind it, just disconnect the board from USB, short again 2 points marked with green arrows, connect the board to USB and flash the boot again.
After replacing the bootloader you can flash OEM firmware attached to this post or ArcticFox build as well.
The procedure of firmware upgrade is the similar to guide written here.
Bugfixes in Autofire event, screen hold.
Fixed power consumption in Deep Sleep mode (LCD Sleep In).
Fixed hang on exit Powerbank mode (re-detect atomizer stuck);
Added screen fading.
Thank you very much