Which is the most stable F/W please.

Discussion in 'JooVuu' started by Karlak, Mar 22, 2017.

  1. Karlak

    Karlak New Member

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    Is there an accepted most stable version of Firmware for the Joovuu X ? Really struggling still with the reliability of mine.

    Also, can it be confirmed that when a card is Full, then the next file will overwrite the first one written, ie it will loop record ? Is this standard or is there a config setting.
     
  2. Kip

    Kip Active Member

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    Dash Cam:
    JooVuu X, Shadow GT550WS, Blacksys CF-100 (dead & gone)
    16th August 2016 has been rock solid for me, used it a long time and now running my own modified version.

    23rd Dec 2016 .ELF has also been fine but had trouble with the .bin and also modified .bin files. Might be just me though as others are running on 23rd Dec .bin.

    Can confirm loop recording is a standard feature that you can turn off I think but it is most definitely on by default. It will automatically overwrite the oldest file when the card is full.
     
  3. Karlak

    Karlak New Member

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    Thanks, I have managed to bring mine back to life, so will try with the 23rd Dec f/w and see how we go.
     
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    Hombré Active Member

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    VIOFO A119S = Version 2
    How did it work out ?
     
  5. Karlak

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    So far so good, although not been out much to be honest.
     
  6. Karlak

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    Scrub that,, Failed to start today and then stopped during a journey.... Need to look elsewhere for a reliable Dashcam I think :(
     
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