My apologies - to be more specific - I'm operating an IPhone X with iOS 12.1.4, and the Onewheel firmware update is version 2.1.30 released 28 February.
Posts made by link31s
RE: New firmware update woes
I downloaded the new firmware update (the one that now lets you save custom presets) the morning of Saturday, 2 March.
Since this time, if the app on my phone is actively connected to my board, as soon as the "50% battery charge remaining" alert appears, it is almost immediately followed by "low power alert, please plug into charger" alert, and the board forces me into push back and having to end the ride. The app still indicates a large percentage of battery remaining, and I've never had issues with power prior to downloading the firmware update.
I've returned home to recharge the board to 100%, and ridden it down to 50% again, with the app actively connected, and it's once again indicated "low power....etc" push back and shut down problem.
This has happened twice now. I've tried to self diagnose what's wrong and I believe it's the firmware. I'm able to ride charge the board back to full 100% and then ride well past the 50% indication (down into the 30-40% range), AS LONG AS I DON'T CONNECT THE APP. ( I have to connect the app at some point to see how much battery percentage is remaining, and then sure enough - the board goes into shutdown mode).
Are there any other reports or notices of this happening? And can this be fixed so I can monitor my battery percentage without shutting the board down? My next step is to delete the app, then re-download and see if I can exclude the newest update.
Also in regards to the latest firmware update - I've been riding with maximum looseness and aggressiveness since the previous firmware update arrived (Gemini), and it now feels like riding with these same custom settings has been modified to a more "tightened" (not in a good way), less-maneuverable-than-it once-was feel. The accelerations are no longer smooth as they once were with the Gemini update, and I can now feel logic inside the board continually shifting nose/tail elevation profiles, almost feeling like the board is over-compensating with "mini push-backs/nose-forwards".
I'm able to adjust to compensate, but much less comfortable. Sorry for the rant, I just want to make sure you guys are getting accurate feedback.