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Customize your Cuboid! A Step-By-Step Guide

Hey there vape fans! Today, we’re going to have to fun with the newest Joyetech software update, which allows you to add a custom logo that will display at the top of the screen and appear whenever the button hasn’t been pressed for a few seconds. I’ll show you how to customize your Cuboid with the files for the Mt Baker Vapor and Vape Gravy Logos. Let’s get started!

First things first, at the time of this writing, and to my knowledge, this will only work on the Joyetech VTC Mini, Cuboid, and Cuboid Mini. Follow this link to download the Joyetech software pack; http://www.joyetech.com/mvr-software/  

 

Select the device you wish to upgrade from the list: 

Cuboid Picture 1

 

Select your operating system on the left and the download will begin:

Cuboid Picture 2

Open your downloads (or whatever folder you save them to) and find the file folder titled “Update Firmware.zip” 

Cuboid Picture 3

 

 At this point, you can extract everything in this folder to somewhere on your computer, or just leave the zip folder open, as you will need a file from it:

Cuboid Picture 4

 

From within that folder, locate and lauch the “UpdateFirmware.exe” File.  

Plug in your device to the USB on your computer and the buttons “Upgrade” and “Logo” should turn blue if connected correctly. 

Cuboid Picture 5

Select “Upgrade” and it will prompt you for a file location to open.

If you extracted the files from the zip and opened the program that way, this list will already be populated with all the options, select the file describes your mod and with the highest number at the end (3.02 for VTC or Cuboid Mini or 3.12 for the Cuboid). If you didn’t extract, open that zip folder again and you can drag the file from there to the program prompt box as shown below. 

Cuboid Picture 6

 

Select “open” or double-click on the file and the update will begin. After it’s finished, you will have the latest version of software and will receive a confirmation message.

Follow this link to obtain the MBV and Vape Gravy Logos in .bmp format. Download them, and save them somewhere you can remember.

On the Joyetech Software program, you can now click on the logo button and you will be prompted to choose a file again. Drag the MBV logo from wherever you saved it, like in photo 6. Select it and click “open.”

You should receive a confirmation saying “Logo Update Completed” and pat yourself on the back, because you just modded your Cuboid! It will now display the logo you selected at the top.
I hope you enjoyed this as much as I have. Being able to customize your Cuboid is always exciting. If you follow the instructions step-by-step, you should be able to get this done painlessly in less than 20 minutes and you’ll be the envy of all your friends. Until next time, vape on!

These two logos of Mt Baker Vapor seen in this blog on the Cuboid were created by Michael Diederichs  and his Youtube channel is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEnhJLgGvSIp93x-9flWSBA

Andrew Figgs
 

Photography Major from Western Washington University . I joined MBV back in December 2014 and am happy to be working in an industry focused on helping others.

  • Ken C says:

    More companies should follow Joyetechs example and allow customization of their firmware.

  • Michael Diederichs says:

    I was the one who created both logos and I still miss my name as credit.
    What happend?

  • boomerz says:

    what are the sizes of these logos? can we put any .bmp files as logos ?

  • George says:

    This looks like fun!!!

    • Josh Hanna says:

      It is really cool. There are a lot of people who made images you can download and load onto the Cuboid.

  • Judd Tattershall says:

    I tried this on both my Cuboid and Cuboid Mini. In both cases, the new firmware seemed to delete the temp setting for steel. All the other “modes” were in the menu selections; power mode, NI-200 mode, bypass mode, and the M’s (TRS). I use these with a Cubis and other attys that uses steel coils that I’ve been vaping in temp mode. I had to be back to the update one before the last.

    • Josh Hanna says:

      Our R&D department is looking into this and see if they can get this to happen and see if there is a solution to this problem.

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