Here is the problem I had- I put the new 1.4.0010 BIN file on a freshly formatted SD card and fired the P3P up. It beeped and flashed like it normally does for firmware upgrades. I waited until the gimbal light was green, about a half hour later. I then turned off the bird, and turned it back on again. This time when I powered it on, it sounds like a nasty loud alarm clock. The gimbal light flashes red/green for about 20 min and then goes green but it still is beeping really loud. When I power the bird down, then back up, it still has the alarm clock beeping noise. Here is the fix I used- I finally got Phantom 3 Professional Firmware v1.4.0010 installed and got rid of the alarm clock sounding P3P. I used a hodgepodge combination of different things I read about on here today. So I am not exactly sure what the root cause was, but here is what I did to get rid of my never ending alarm beeping Phantom. Removed battery out of phantom for 10 minutes. Redownloaded the 1.4.0010 zip file from DJI website and unzipped it. Used a different microSD card. Reformatted card in the bird, and not on computer. (This was tricky and took a few tries to get. I had to do it immediately after the phantom booted and the app connected to the bird. It seems like it won't work if you wait too long.) Put new copy of unzipped bin file on the newly formatted card. Reinstalled battery. Repowered on Phantom. It did its alarm clock super loud annoying beeping for 10 minutes with no arm lights blinking as it recovered from a botched firmware upgrade. After the 10 minutes, the gimbal started its D,D,D chime with the red/green LED alternating and the arm lights started flashing. I came back 45 minutes later and the gimbal was solid green. Pulled the SD card out and checked the txt file. Finally success was seen in the txt file!!! After I confirmed the firmware upgrade was a success on the bird, I reformatted the card using the GO app. I then test flew it making sure pictures and videos record to the card fine. Thanks to all that contribute to this forum. Reading bits and pieces on here today, I was able to fix this myself and save it from an 8 week vacation to California. I even contacted DJI today, and they had no idea on how to fix it. I took the bird out and tested out the new POI features...I gotta say, it's pretty pimp.