My first 2 were already updated and it shows me the same thing as yours on the firmware.. the new one I got has the firmware update icon like it’s available..Before you update it will check your vs whats on the server, if it cant reach it , it wont update and nothing ever happens to your unit.
It would be bad practice to remove/edit your device before theres even an acknowledgement of a new firmware... if its interrupted during updating now that bricks devices.
I wouldnt be scared to try it, but i can understand the hesitation and cant give a final answer, only how i think it works.
Grabbed my ghost and the app, when i press the firmware update button it says nothing is available (mine is 1.4) and also logging out doesnt work, dont think its working anymore.
If you unzip the App you can probably look around in the file structure, you may see something that looks like a firmware in there. I doubt that they compiled the firmware into the main code, so if it's in there it should be a separate file.so has anyone tried a firmware update since the website is down? i have a few new units that are running the old FW and i'm kinda afraid to try to update them for fear of bricking them.. would depend on whether the new FW is part of the app or downloaded from a server..
Should I preemptively remove the spring in my latch door? Did someone once suggest that reliever the latch of that extra tensin might help it last longer?
I usually do go gently with two hands ... but sometimes I forget. I don't really want to pull out the spring.... but if it will delay an inevitable failure ... perhaps it's worth it. I guess the question is how inevitable is failure in my particular black chrome Ghost?This has been suggested but only a couple of people have confirmed doing it. I use the two handed approach of holding the door closed when pushing the lever. This, in theory, takes pressure off the latch so it will wear out much more slowly. If the latch fails removing the spring is still an option, the door will stay closed from friction and the broken latch won't matter.
I use the two handed approach of holding the door closed when pushing the lever. This, in theory, takes pressure off the latch so it will wear out much more slowly. If the latch fails removing the spring is still an option
Thanks, Started with a Stealth and had to return it for a malfunctioning fire button. Fortunately Vern strongly suggested getting a different color. This one has been fine, and I'm just starting to really like it, since realizing I could lower the temp with custom settings. Had to dust off an old android that found in drawer. Glad I found it, it totally changed my view of the device@floribud, can't answer the 2nd paragraph because I rotate between several ghosts & other vapes so I know I can't have used even 1 ghost for 2 consecutive years. But what I do know is that the latch problem is pretty much isolated to the Stealth Black.
I wouldn't proactlively remove the pressure band, especially not on the Black Chrome.
Follow what badbee said:
Should your latch ever break, there's a pic in this thread of a member who successfully uses professional strength Velcro to hold the door closed on his Black Stealth version.
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