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Quick Tip we cover the problem with the latest version of the Openpilot GCS software not supporting the CC3D board

Published on Jul 17, 2015

To See more videos on the CC3D then visit… In this Quick Tip we cover the problem with the latest version of the Openpilot GCS software not supporting the CC3D board. Some builders and pilots are downloading the latest version (15.05, Banana Split) and missing the text in the web page that explains that the CC3D is not supported. You need to download Openpilot GCS V15.02.02 to make it all work. Hope this helps some of you from getting stuck!

CC3D wont connect to PC : Multicopter

CC3D wont connect to PC from Multicopter

CC3D wont connect to PC self.Multicopter Submitted 2 years ago by Jonlazza hey guys, just assembled my first build (250 mini H) and i was going to go fly today, but after assembling everything, i went to plug in my FC to program it through Open Pilot and it wouldnt recognize my board. when i plugged it in, at first both lights came on on the board. after some troubleshooting, i saw a forum where someone uninstalled the driver and reinstalled it and it worked. after i uninstalled it, for the first 30 seconds


Troubleshooting – LibrePilot Documentation – Confluence

Skip to end of metadata Created by Laurent Lalanne, last modified by Harold Hankins on Feb 11, 2017 Go to start of metadata Windows driver issue Symptoms Board is detected and automatically connected to GCS, Board information after Firmware Rescue is correct, Board looks running: fast led blinking at bootup, But No Rx data received, only Tx data   Possible solution Uninstall windows driver and reinstall following this steps: Control Panel -> Device Manager Expand “Universal Serial Bus controllers” Most li

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Downloads – LibrePilot Documentation – Confluence

Created by Paul Jewell, last modified by Laurent Lalanne on Mar 12, 2017 Go to start of metadata — RELEASE-16.09 – Second LibrePilot Release – Black Rhino This is the second LibrePilot release. This release introduces new features and new hardware support like Sparky2 board and improved external mag support. New hardware support: Sparky2 board from Taulabs, Auxiliary Magnetometer: I2C and Naza GPS, Revo FlexiIO port usage e.g. PPM+GPS. New input modes: Jeti Ex.Bus, Graupner Hott, FlySky IBus, PPM up to 16

Source: Downloads – LibrePilot Documentation – Confluence


UDI U818A Troubleshooting – iFixit

UDI U818A Troubleshooting R/C Drone, 4-Channel 2.4 GHz, Quad-rotor, Six-axis Gyro, 7-8 minute flying time. Student-Contributed Wiki An awesome student from our education program made this wiki. It is not managed by iFixit staff. Drone will not turn on. Drone does not respond in any way when switched to on. Dead or faulty battery. Try charging the battery for about 10 minutes and testing the drone afterwards. If it still will not turn on, then it is faulty and needs to be replaced for the drone to turn on

Source: UDI U818A Troubleshooting – iFixit