I'm one of the maintainers of the opensource project https://github.com/mirko/SonOTA , however with the latest release there appears to be certificate pinning (or similar) happening. This means that users can only upgrade the firmware in the Sonoff devices if they open it up, and solder in headers.
Using this OTA method users could get all of the benefits of an open platform, without the the need to open up the device and solder etc.
Se hace imprescindible la opción a regresar a una versión anterior.
En todo caso, que se pueda desinstalar la APP e instalar la versión de firmware que pueda interesar.
Deben estar disponibles las diferentes versiones.
The option to return to an earlier version is essential. In any case, you can uninstall the APP and install the firmware version that may interest you. Different versions must be available.
Ive bought $300 worse of sonoff products and now I need to waste my time with soldering in order to update the firmware.
If you guys really care about security, please talk with tasmota maintaners and add their servers to the allowed firmware upgrade destinations.
This is ridiculous. Ive bought sonoff because everybody been saying that they are easy to flash with tasmota. Now I need to buy new hardware... Thank you sonoff
@itead - PLEASE support installing TASMOTA firmware over the air
Keep in mind that tasmota is already rolling out support for ota installation of custom firmwares for some newer devices with Sonoff DIY, where you just need to move a jumper, to be able to do it.
Yes, I've used it for my sonoffmini... but it's not available for latest firmware versions of sonoff basic.