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|Scooter model||Euni ES808||M187 (Youth Edition)||M365||M365 Pro||M365 S1||M365 Pro 2||M365 Lite|
|Max speed||25 km/h||20/25 km/h (region)|
|Battery capacity (Wh)||187||280||474||280||474||187|
|Charging time (hrs)||2||4||5||9||5||9||4|
|Motor type||Front hub|
|Max angle (%)||12||14||20||14||20||14|
|Brakes||Front ebrake, rear drum||Front ebrake, rear disc|
|Front Tire (inch)||8 pneumatic||8.5 pneumatic|
|Rear Tire (inch)||8 air||8.5 pneumatic|
|App/Bluetooth||Yes (QiCycle)||Yes (Mi Home)|
|Screen type||Speed&battery state||4-phase battery state||Full dashboard|
|Visibility||Front and rear lights||Front and rear lights, reflectors (in some versions)|
|Dimension (LxWxH) (cm)|| |
|Water Resistance cert.||IPX5||IP54|
The M187, M365 and M365 Pro scooters are widely supported by developers and are as popular in the hacking scene as the Ninebot scooers due to their similar popularity and protocols.
The QiCycle EUNI ES808 isn't supported due to it's discontinued state and lack of popularity.
The M365 1S, Pro 2 and Lite models aren't supported by custom firmware generators made for the previous versions. No custom firmware supports these models as of August 2020.
Ninebot IAP (Windows)
M365 Tools (Android)
The M-series serial number consists of 13 digits. The first 5 digits represent the scooter model. after the scooter model there's a SLASH and then there are 8 digits, that represent the actual serial number.
Checking fuse quantity by serial number
Look at the last 8 digits of the serial number. If the number is less than 35000, then you have the V1 version, which has one fuse. If the number is over 35000, then you have a V2 or higher scooter version, which has two fuses.
Look at the first 5 digits of the serial number. Below you will se a list of known versions & serial number combinations.
13678 - M365, White color, China version
13679 - M365, Black color, China version.
16057 - M187
16133 - M365, Black color, European version
16132 - M365, Black color, European version
Find your 13-character battery serial number under “Battery info” in the Mi Home app or in any third-party app.
The version is represented by the first 4 characters.
List of known battery versions:
3JBG - First version (V1)
3JCG - Second version, with reinforced welds on the cells (V2)
3JEE - Third version, with reinforced soldering & welds (V3)
3GBG - Mi Electric Scooter Lite battery. Non-reinforced welds and soldering. (V1)
Scooter model 21074 with a serial number below 15107 and model 16133 with SNs between 541209 and 544518 have the non-reinforced hook which is prone to braking.
All other scooter models are equipped with the newer, reinforced hook.