I had no idea it was that difficult to live in the iOS universe (from a developer's standpoint). What a PITA. It's bad that Ryze won't even give you the courtesy of a reply. That sucks. Thanks for answering my post and clearing it up for me.Apple doesn't let me in, I have to provide an authorization letter signed by Ryze to be allowed to release an app that controls Tello. Ryze doesn't answer my requests. So i don't start development of TelloFpv for IOS under these circumstances
On IOS there is no useful app. There is something called phoenix but its junk.
Well, as I said before, this sucks. It's not like you're trying to take money out of anybody's pocket-you're just coming up with a better mousetrap. Maybe you should try to sell a iOS version to Ryze (if you can ever get them to call you back, that is). Well, thanks for the reply. I now understand more than I did earlier. Good luck.Ryze support team sent me to the SDK team, they gave me request number and thats it. No response to my emails anymore.
I guess they don't like my app. Which puzzles me a bit because they even had an "interview" online with the maker of aTelloPilot
Maybe because your app is too good?I guess they don't like my app. Which puzzles me a bit because they even had an "interview" online with the maker of aTelloP
That's a thought. I'm not familiar with Android rigs..any recommendations? It doesn't have to be able to make calls, just for the wifi to work. A used Android something would do the trick. Ideas? What should I look for?Addendum: And even if I was a deeply dedicated iOS fanatic - and knowing what I know about the Tellofpv app - I would definitely buy a cheap eBay Android device, just so I could use it with my Tellos!
I bought a refurb Galaxy S5 last January, soon after I discovered Tellofpv... they're even cheaper now. A quick glance just now on eBay and I found several for $50-60. IIRC I bought mine from Amazon, it was a little bit more but I'm a Prime member and wanted a no-questions-asked return guarantee.A used Android something would do the trick. Ideas? What should I look for?
Thanks to all for the recommendations. Since I don't fly the Tello much (thanks to Oklahoma weather, I don't fly anything much right now) I'll probably get something like an S5 on EBay.S7 is my main test device and produces butter smooth video with almost no framedrops. Highly recommended and unless you have specific needs is still a good phone for daily use. Of course the camera isn't on par with the latest models but other than that I can't see much in the S10 that impresses me much
S4 is minimum spec but it can struggle a bit, and produce more framedrops. S5 is good enough, but for VR the S6/S7 is the much better choice due to the screen resolution. It can show full resolution of Tello on both eyes.
Currently I am trying to see how many escalation levels the review process has at Apple. But I don't think this will lead to anything at all. So work has started on the Android port of TelloMe. I am not quite sure of the system requirements yet as I need to test all computer vision libraries available, but I hope it will work smoothly with S7.
I agree, that way you won't be in the position I am a year later. Plus you'll have the benefit of a better phone in the meantime. Faster CPU and much better screen resolution is well worth it.s5 is fine, but s6/7 have much better displays in case you ever want to look into VR FPV