March 3rd, 2022
It is most often used to flash Custom Firmware via the site’s CFW tools.
IAP is based off an internal tool by Ninebot for flashing rental scooters.
Starting in version 2.2, IAP began supporting limited functionality over BLE or Bluetooth.
This meant that no IoT port was required to interface and flash the scooter!
The only requirements for using IAP are a windows computer with a Bluetooth 4.0+ adapter that supports BLE.
If you are unable to connect or find your scooter in the scan menu, you may need a new Bluetooth dongle.
Past that, IAP only works with OEM or high-quality clone dashboards.
Begin by downloading the software directly from ScooterHacking.
Open Ninebot IAP and click “Start Scan”.
Select your scooter from the list of BLE devices.
If no options come up, you may not have BLE support on your device.
Press “Connect” and wait for version numbers to appear in the upper right-hand box labeled “Installed firmware”.
If no version numbers appear but IAP says you are connected, you may have a clone dashboard that is unable to support flashing.