I’m going to post these here temporarily - until we get the proper Firmware storage sorted out.
Sadly I don’t have time to go through the “how to flash firmware” routine but it is posted here many times so please have a look around and maybe check out the many video tutorials on YouTube.
Make sure you choose the correct file for your watch!!
Flashing the HOPE with the Optimus firmware will brick your device!!
Our firmware is official and is provided to us directly from the board manufacturer - not the brands.
If you are flashing the correctly matched firmware for your device - use the “Firmware Upgrade” option in SP FlashTool.
If you are trying to cross flash devices or just not sure - use the “Download Only” option followed by a factory reset.
If you are unsure in any way - STOP!!
Understand the process before you continue .
Right through from installing the MTK V-Com drivers to selecting the correct options in the FlashTool.
I strongly recommend using the 7zip free extraction software to open these files and save them to your PC. In fact the HOPE firmware is compressed with 7zip so you will need it.
Some people are having issues with latest versions so here are some earlier versions. Personally I like version 2.6 but each experience can be different - probably due to variations in parts quality.
Kospet Optimus Pro 3GB/32GB download v2.5: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_8pC2OQ1rOEVedcPkO8U3JQDwO4HiAfB/view?usp=sharing
Kospet Optimus Pro 3GB/32GB download v2.6: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OAVOTOkBlBWakGOT8DqnTq8w4mSf8kFq/view?usp=sharing
Kospet Optimus Pro 3GB/32GB download v2.7:
Kospet Optimus Lite 2GB/16GB download v2.5:
Kospet HOPE download:
There was no change-log issued to us for this firmware except “bug fixes”
Here is a tip for helping people with low speaker volume issue. People who do not have the little pressure relief valve hole on the rear cover of the watch.
I have tested and I am sure that this will help those people who are having low speaker volume issues. As always - YOU DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!
It’s actually very simple to do - very carefully remove the rear cover of the watch. Take out the 4 little screws holding it down and VERY gently pry open the case at the rear with a plastic tool or tooth pick. It is a VERY tight fit - so be very careful!!
Gently lift the cover but do not try to pull it away from the watch. It is not necessary.
Then just replace the cover and replace the 4 screws. That’s it
I have tested this and I can confirm that once the cover is replaced the speaker functions normally.
I guess the seal must be creating a vacuum and it affects the sound. You can try this if you want to.