It really depends how hard you ride it, how many drops you do, etc. Does it feel like it used to? I've got about 2000 miles on my first board (onewheel+) - mostly pavement - and it feels just as solid as it did when I got it ~8 months ago. Given how it is aging (very slow) I'd guess my board will not require any service or a new tire for at least another 1500 miles.
I've had this problem with one of my two Onewheel+ boards since a few weeks after I got it. It seems quite clear that it is a software defect.
No amount of draining to 0% has been helpeful.
Mine has drifted further from being accurate and is off by 20-35% depending on where I am in the cycle. in many hours of attempting to reset or re-calibrate, nothing I've tried has fixed it. I sent the board in for an other repair (clicking hub sound) and mentioned the battery gauge problem, FM didn't mention it and the board came back with the same weird battery gauge behavior, which persists to this day. They even did some kind of hardware reset because the odometer had been reset to 0.
The only workaround I've found is to keep the board on and monitor % usage in the bottom right corner. (usage - regen) is a good formula for finding out what % of a full battery you've consumed. Others have had some luck with monitoring mileage instead of battery %.
I do not see that option currently in the APP. I also see the streak days beats miles. So if you ride 1 mile a day for 30 day you would be the leader (as an example).
@Future-Motion A personal view for your streak when not in the top 5 could be a cool feature to add in, maybe show it under “My Rides”?
It could be that the board thinks you want to go the opposite way. Try pushing the board with your foot in the direction you want to go, you should feel resistance and it will tell the board which direction you intend to go. I have the same issue on my orig OW and this is always the cause. good luck
The power button is only a momentary on switch that signals the CPU to wake up or go to sleep. If you couldn't turn it on or off, then I would say it is the switch. However you say you cannot turn it on but you can turn it off. That may mean another problem within the control board's digital logic (ie - contact and send back to FM). I know of no official way to do a hard reboot of the OW. Perhaps press on the power button and hold it for 15 - 30 seconds to see if that does anything?
My latest observation is, that the "shutting off" issue just occurs after the board has been charged. It doesn't matter whether the board was fully charged.
Can you also link this behavior with charging?