Monimoto update using Windows PC
1 You need to have micro USB to USB DATA cable. Android users can simply use Android phone cable.
If you don’t have one we suggest getting one like this
2 Download firmware file monimoto_v0.10.5.70.bin.
3 Remove Monimoto device from your vehicle and open battery cover.
4 Remove batteries from Monimoto slot and wait for 2 minutes.
5 Connect Monimoto to Windows PC using a USB cable.
6 Once connected to the PC you should see solid red LED.
7 Wait 20 seconds and unplug USB. Then plug in again.
A pop-up should appear on screen for a new disk drive called CRP1 ENABLD or CRP1 DISABLD. It looks very similar to a USB flash drive connected to the PC.
8 Once CRP1 ENABLD or CRP1 DISABLD appears, delete firmware.bin file.
9 Then replace with the new firmware file “monimoto_0.10.5.70.bin”. No need to rename the file.
10 Unplug USB cable from device.
11 Insert battery (batteries) and observe LED. You should see ~20 sec long fast flashes. Then one very long 5 sec flash.
If you saw one very long 5 sec flash, that means firmware is up to date. If you did not see that or missed it you may remove batteries for 2 minutes and repeat the process starting from step 4.
TIP: 5 sec long flash means the device is in default factory mode with the latest firmware. If you’re stuck, just contact support via monimoto app “message us”.
12 Open monimoto app, then tap HOME, upper menu and choose device to delete.
Android users have to long tap on device and delete it
iOS users need swipe left and delete device
In addition to the above – Iphone users need to go to phone Bluetooth settings, find Monimoto, it looks like mm.xxxxxxxxxxxxx and tap “forget it”.
13 Pair Monimoto as first time using Monimoto app. Be sure to have a keyfob close to Monimoto device.
14 After successful pairing just open Monimoto app, tap on settings and click connect. This is just to check that all is OK.
15 Close Monimoto battery cover in a way that an arrow on each part of the cover is pointing to an arrow on another part.
16 After pairing the device to smartphone and installing it back on the vehicle we recommend to perform a test by triggering alarm
17 Finally, before you go – some users previously reported issues with batteries losing contact due to vibration. So once that you have the device with you now – here is the quickest and (possibly) funniest way to resolve it!