How to Falsh the EMMC Chip on Kingroon KP3S Pro V2 and KLP1
The Kingroon KP3S Pro V2 and KLP1 3D printers actually give you full SSH access to the system, some of you have already find that out. If any system failure happens and you are not able to fix it, or you are just doing some test, this article will show you how to flash the EMMC to fix it.
Before start, we must warn you, messing up with the system or flashing EMMC have some risks that may cause system failure or warranty loss.
- Tools you need.
Before starting, you need to get a SD card reader. Try get a good one with high performance, or it may not able to white the EMMC moudle.
After that, find the EMMC adapter form the package.
- Files you need
After that, go to https://kingroon.com/blogs/downloads and searching for the system image. We will release new versions soon. If your printer works fine and no actually features shows on the download page, please do not flash it.
And here are the files for the stock system image:
armbian-KP3S Pro V2-20230322(Beta)(no screen):
armbian-KP3S Pro V2-20230606(Latest)(with screen):
KINGROON-KP3S Pro V2 V2.2-20230804：
KINGROON-KP3S Pro V2 V2.4-20230818:
---------For KINGROON KP Cheetah V1.0/V2.0 Mainboard Only-------
- Software you need
Go to https://etcher.balena.io/ and download balenaEtcher. If you are Windows user who’s already get used to Win32DiskImager, it is also fine.
Prepare the EMMC Module
1.Get the EMMC module
Remove the bottom cover of the KINGROON KP3S Pro V2 printer, then you are able to see the EMMC module.
Loose the screws on it, remove the module carefully.
2.Get everything connected
Connect the module to the EMMC adapter and SD card reader, as the photo shows. Be careful with the directions. Then you are ready for the next step.
Flash the EMMC Module
Connect the SD card reader to your PC or Mac, you should be able to see a disk named “boot”, that’s the EMMC module. If not, please check the connection and make sure the direction is correct.
Open the balenaEtcher, choose the image file you just downloaded, and click flash. Please double check the disk you choose, in case you lost any data.
If the disk disconnected in the middle or the flash failed, please use a different SD card reader.
Once the flashing finished, you are all set. Just put everything back, reboot your printer, and enjoy the 3D printing.