Getting ready for my first flight with APM 2.5.  I've noted that unlike what the wiki says (, I need to go down and LEFT to arm, and down and RIGHT to disarm.  Does this mean my yaw input is reversed?

Also, when testing my failsafe mode by turning off my transmitter, I've noted that the copter goes to disarmed immediately.  I've set failsafe to RTL, but there's no GPS lock when I'm testing it.  Does this mean if I loose contact briefly, it's going to need to be disarmed each time?  Or is this just occurring because there's no GPS signal?


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Mine initially did the same thing, reversed the yaw in my radio transmitter and it armed/disarmed (and controlled flight!) correctly.

Yes, that means your yaw is reversed. 

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