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Naza-M firmware on Phantom 2 Naza FC

Discussion in 'Firmware' started by ruckusman, Oct 4, 2014.

  1. ruckusman

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    hi there,

    does anyone know if there's a hack/workaround procedure to be able to flash the phantom 2 Naza with the Naza-m firmware - there's some options I'd like to access in the actual Naza assistant which are unavailable in the phantom assistant.

    I need to test two phantoms that keep trying to land themselves whenever they're over water.

    I actually work repairing and selling these copters and have a mate with two that exhibit the same behaviour as well as three from customers that did land in water (total loss) just last weekend.

    peace out

    Glenn
     
  2. OI Photography

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    I've never seen any way to get firmware from a v1, v2 or lite on to a P2 NAZA.

    Are the settings you need not accessible in NAZA mode either?
     
  3. ruckusman

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    no the settings are related to the motor idle speed and auto motor cutoff as part of what I am researching, I'd also like to be able to manipulate the actual battery voltage settings and do a battery voltage calibration to test my hypothesis

    however I've just read this thread from start to finish viewtopic.php?f=19&t=17324

    some of the flight issues may be related to bad batteries, but unfortunately this doesn't account for customers brand new phantoms landing themselves in the water - just weeks or even days after purchase on fully charged brand new batteries, unless the quality control on batteries has disappeared completely...
     
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    The whole P2 family seems to be plagued by early auto-land issues in the past few months, even with batteries that should have no problems.