Having received an e-mailed notification from Blink that version 2.0 firmware would soon be automatically installed on the Blink EVSE in my garage, I've been checking its "Device Info" screen (found, as anyone would logically expect, under "Settings", rather than hidden away under "Info") every day or two to see if it's arrived. Yesterday evening, I noticed that Blink 2.0 had been installed sometime during the day!
This morning, the Blink racked up its first failure-to-charge under the new firmware, after about 30 hours (according to the displayed system uptime) of operation. Or rather, it would have, if I'd been foolish enough to set the LEAF charging timer back to a "charge by 05:00" mode instead of manually initiating charging and standing by long enough to ensure that the Blink wouldn't throw a "Power Fault" false alarm. With the manual nursemaiding protocol, all I risk is a failure-to-preheat when the "preheat by 06:50" timer goes off. And since I'm groggily getting up then anyway, I can notice the cheery cheeping of the Blink's morning song, stagger into the garage, and tap the "Could you possibly try that again, please?" touch-screen in time to get the automatic window-fogging cycle going.
So now I have a P.O.S. EVSE with the very latest firmware.