How do I install custom Escribe software onto my SERIES-B DNA 75w?

Created by Emma Logan, Modified on Tue, 20 Sep 2022 at 12:32 PM by Emma Logan

Use of the EScribe software is recommended for advanced vapers only.


It can be downloaded at: https://www.evolvapor.com/products/dna75


Evolv’s DNA 75 chip supports the Escribe software package. This advanced control suite allows the user to configure, monitor and modify the operation of the DNA mod device. Escribe also allows for the creation and setting of custom profiles, altering the way in which the SERIES-B DNA 75W operates. It also allows you to change the information displayed, and its position on the screen. Custom materials can be created, and firmware updates downloaded.


  • Download and install the EScribe software, following the onscreen instructions.
  • Double click the software icon to open the software.
  • Connect the SERIES-B DNA 75W using the Micro USB cable to your computer. The device should be recognized automatically. If the device is not automatically found, click the ‘connect and download button’. Make sure you are using a Micro USB cable capable of data transfer (most cables supplied with mobile phones or tablets usually are).
  • EScribe will then download your device’s settings. From here, you will be able to see various tabs. If a firmware update is available, you’ll see a notification above the main tabs.:


The interface


The software is capable of some very advanced features and a full tutorial can be found here: https://downloads.evolvapor.com/escribe/guide/story.html


While we’ll be happy to help resolve any problems with the device itself, should you run into problems using EScribe, please contact Evolv, or check out their helpful forums.

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