Update now and enjoy the latest features

To access new features such as local history logging and alerts on iOS devices, Ruuvi software version 3 is required.

All the Ruuvi devices that are purchased before May 2021 require updating.

Before updating, you can check your current software version with an NFC enabled phone and Ruuvi Station mobile app. To read your current software version, place phone’s NFC antenna on top of RuuviTag.

Download latest version

To start with the updating process, download first the latest software package on that device you're going to use for updating. The most recent Ruuvi firmware version is 3.30.0 (29th March 2021). Download it here.

Updating on Android

Updating RuuviTag on Android
  1. Open Google Play on your mobile
  2. Install nRF Connect for Mobile by Nordic Semiconductor ASA
  3. Set RuuviTag to bootloader mode by holding down button B and pressing reset button R. Red indicator LED light will light up and stay on.
  4. Open internet browser on your mobile. Download the desired firmware package (top on this page).
  5. Open nRF Connect. Tap "Scan" and allow permissions
  6. Tap "Scan" at the top right corner of the screen and find sensor "RuuviBoot" from the list. Select "Connect"
  7. Tap "DFU" and select "Distribution packet ZIP" from the list, then locate the previously downloaded ZIP file on your mobile
  8. Pick the file from the list and tap "Open". The firmware update process will begin. Wait while the process has completed successfully.

Your RuuviTag sensor is ready for use!

Updating on iOS

Updating RuuviTag on iOS
  1. Open App Store on your mobile
  2. Install nRF Connect by Nordic Semiconductor ASA
  3. Set RuuviTag to bootloader mode by holding down button B and pressing reset button R. Red indicator LED light will light up and stay on.
  4. Open internet browser on your mobile. Download the desired firmware package (top on this page).
  5. Choose "Open in nRF Connect" on your internet browser when prompted. nRF Connect will now open and previously downloaded file will be imported to application. (*)
  6. Tap "Scan" at the top right corner of the screen, then find sensor "RuuviBoot" from the list and select "Connect". A popup will open. Swipe to the last tab named "DFU". 7. Pick the previously imported ZIP package to upload. Tap "Start" to begin the firmware update process. Wait while the process has completed successfully.

Note: Latest iOS13 Safari doesn't automatically suggest to "Open in nRF Connect" after download has finished. Instead, choose Downloads from top right corner of the screen to show the downloaded file in your On My iPhone/Downloads folder, then tap "Select" from top right and activate the downloaded zip file. A menu appears at the bottom of the screen. Choose "Send To" -icon at bottom left and scroll until "Copy to nRF Connect" is shown. Tap on "Copy to nRF Connect" will open app and copy the downloaded zip file to nRF Connect application. Continue to step 6.

Your RuuviTag sensor is ready for use!