XiaoFlasher m365(Pro/1S/Pro2) - NineFlasher ES-G30

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4.6
4.84K reviews
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Mature 17+
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About this app

View scooter parameters of your electronic scooter.


Currently the following models are supported:
Segway Ninebot MAX G30 (G30D)
Segway Ninebot ES1/ES2/ES3/ES4
Segway Ninebot E22E/E25E/E45E



The app is not associated in any way with Segway
Updated on
Feb 23, 2022

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4.6
4.84K reviews
Kelly Giblin
August 8, 2020
Worked perfectly for my ninebot ES2's. Very easy to use and understand. You can even flash back to the current firmware/software or previous versions of ESC, BMS and BLE with one click, the app has all the versions included in the app. I've never flashed anything before and I was nervous is mess something up but this app message it so easy.
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Andrei Mîndru
September 20, 2021
It has the most essential settings that you can change and make a decent firmware. I just wish there were more features, at least on par with some competitors. I bought this one because it was the most stable app out of all and it worked with my scooter seamlessly. I also wish to make firmwares without being connected to the scooter and maybe export them in order to share with friends that use the same app.
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Kim Nielsen
June 16, 2022
I have an 1 1/2 year old cfw from Nordbot that this app now say is" not formed well " ,it is probably more than a year since I last time used the exact same cfw .zip file with xiaoflasher and there were no problem in flashing my max g30 ,what is going on since it won't let me flash an approved cfw ? ... I'll change my 1 star to 5 star if I get this resolved
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What's new

Fixed bugs
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