Hey all,

i recently had to setup a new computer and just installed the Mission Planner Software. My Quad does not yet fly very well but i already made some settings in Mission Planner. Now my question: Is all this data stored on my APM unit and do i restore my application this way or do i have to transfer the data from my old computer. For this case i would like to know where i can find the settings which need to be transferred.

What i also do not understand: What is the difference between Mission Planner and APMPlanner2? I have not yet used APMPlanner because all i knew so far was the Mission Planner.

Thanks a lot!

Andre

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  • Hi

    I just installed firmware and setup my new hexa today. But the Full Parameter list is gone...??

    Isn't it any way to save config to file anymore?

  • Thank you for your help! What i am trying to transfer are all the settings i already made for my multicopter like roll and pitch tuning, channel assigment and so on. Is it possible to download all this data from my apm unit or are there some settings which are stored locally? I did not yet connect my apm unit to the new computer because i was worrying that the settings may be overwritten with the defaults. If i could get all the data directly from the apm unit i would not have to install the old hard disk from the old computer....

    thanks again,

    andre

  • Admin

    @Andre,

    When in the Configuration/Tuning Window, select the Full Parameter List. This page will show you all of the parameters that were downloaded by MavLink when you connected to your APM.

    The present Full Parameter List is filled with whatever settings you have stored in your APM. You can use the Save and Load buttons to either save the present configuration file in a folder of your choice or you can recall a stored configuration file from a folder using the Load button.

    Once you have your ArduCopter tuned up the way you want you should use the Save button to save that configuration if you ever have to do an eeprom erase from the CLI.

    Regards,

    TCIII ArduRover2 Developer 

  • Moderator

    What do you want to transfer?

    See http://diydrones.com/forum/topics/which-mission-planner?xg_source=a... for info on the two planners.

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