For what it's worth... (grab some popcorn)...
I bought a Robo C2 printer. The company sells it as a super-consumer-friendly printer. It looks just beautiful. They've provided their own fork of OctoPrint and Marlin. It took me about a year to figure out that they were clueless about software.
Fast-forward, I myself spent a fair amount of time getting jammed nozzles. They have an IR-based autoleveling device that's on the back of the hotend assembly which is supposed to allow a G29 to be properly setup at startup. Of course, it's an inconsistent plastic bed on magnets on a diving board of a (thin) aluminum platform. From the bed visualizer plugin it's just scary what this looks like.
Robo's software manager—by his own admission—doesn't know software. Their lead coder and he put together this incredibly ugly replacement for some of the Z-related command movements in the firmware with lots of "add this, offset that, let's reinvent reprap" sort of stuff. They knew going into this that 100% of the users would upgrade that and "air print" about 30mm above the print bed on their next print job. And yet they shipped it (I swear).
So now, I've removed all of their software and returned to vanilla OctoPrint. I didn't take their dreaded firmware upgrade. I modified my printer for manually adjusting the four corners of the print bed. I printed a carbon fiber--based under-platform support to firm that up. I removed the G29 from my startup commands since their autolevel routine and their IR makes mistakes which result in too-close printing sometimes. I'm in the process of replacing their cheap resistive/tiny TFT screen with a 10" capacitive version with an HDMI connector rather than covering all 40 GPIO pins unnecessarily.
I "dialed in" those four adjustment knobs many times over several print job starts. So I know that it does a pretty good job now. I tend to leave them alone now. I don't really have any clogged nozzle problems these days having done all that.
And remember, it has nothing to do with my (vanilla) OctoPrint version.