Did you reset EEPROM to defaults after flashing the older firmware? If not, you might try that… Send an M502 (loads firmware defaults to current settings), then M500 (save current settings to EEPROM).
See if that corrects your issue. I’m not aware of any change between 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 that would cause the issue you described, but it is best to start with firmware defaults – especially when downgrading the firmware.
The above will also reset your e-steps (default of 833, I think) – so you’ll need to set that again using “M92 Exxx” and M500.