After correct install and programming, takeover wouldn't happen and the vehicle wasn't able to be turned off until the timeout period had completed. When I pressed on the brake, I could see that the blue light was flashing letting me know there was CAN activity, however the Evo-One wasn't interpreting it correctly? I followed a few posts and found this one. The temporary solution was Connecting the Black [A11] wire to the Green wire on Pin 53 of the 82-Pin Black Connector located in the in the driver's side kick panel (labeled connector "1" on the guide). There are two Green wires connecting to Pin 53, either will work, however there are a bunch of other Green wires in the 82-Pin connector, so make sure you're grabbing the right one.
Stats: Evo-One, S/N:002B04028689, 76.51 firmware, Niro 2019, HEV Push-to-Start.
I would like to know if there is another solution, possibly a different firmware that I could use instead of messing with the brakes on the vehicle. Also, what is the function of the Black [A11] wire? Is it just a trigger for engine shutdown for the Evo, or is it something else?