First let me say that I will always be a "newbie". I've been flying my 3DR quad for about 6 months and just when I think I get it figured out and seemingly flying well something weird happens and it falls out of the sky. Today I did a simple flight t
# 1.9.5 * Support the new px4 USB device IDs (reenables direct USB connection to Pixhawk) (Thanks for the report Tridge) * Support VERY small screens (320x240) with a special UI (move bluetooth options into menu etc...) (Thanks Rory San Miguel) * Better
Hi, I wondered if it would be possible to add onscreen sliders and a couple of on screen buttons to control flaps and camera shutter etc.I need a slider or two to control my pan and tilt camera.What do you guys think?Gaz
I have a Samsung Note 10.1 with 4.1.2 and I have upgraded to the new 1.9.02 beta. I can connect with the old 3DR radios with IRIS/Pixhawk I cannot connect. Is there a debug tool that you can suggest so that I can check what the problem is?
So I've received two pms asking about this - so I figured I'd answer here instead. Due to a mistake on my part for the last month or so andropilot has been falling back to the much slower open source serial library. This was not my intent
Hi, I have just got Andropilot working on my bixler2 APM2.5 and its amazing controlling everything with my nexus 7, credit due to you development guys.I would love to control my pan and tilt camera from Andropilot, would it be possible to add sliders
On Kevins request, I've posted this to the discussion area..It's taking me 2 to 3 minutes to download the parameters from my 3DR APM2.5. Hexacopter. The download progress bar moves in small increments with long pauses in between.I'm using the standar
# 1.9.0 * Fix bug that broke loading waypoints from files (thanks to Antonio Alfaro) * Include new scripting API (not yet documented - off by default) * Fix a couple of rare autobugs * Fix a bug where the new radiation warning could fail on screen rotati
I am pretty new using this wounder full app. that I run in my Asus Transformer TF101. Now in my first steps playing with missions, I prepare them in home using MP suite and save them in my tablet with the same format as in MP. The problem I
I'm a ham radio operator and I watch the solar indices regularly in order to know how the radio signals will behave.. I see today that coronal mass ejection just impacted the earth causing a G1 level storm.
Everyone using this app, please manually check for updates on google play (and enable auto updates). A lot of you (a few thousand) are still using oldish versions - you'll really want to be running this release, it has a lot of goodness...
So based on a post by Norman Sanchez, I was led to a great resource: NOAA publishes warnings about periods of high solar activity (i.e. periods when GPS could have extra interference). Andropilot now checks for this at start and if it sees
I highly encourage all andropilot users to double check that you have 'allow auto app updating' turned on for this app - it seems like some of you are still using pretty old versions (based on the anonymous usage data...)