Well, as you said TelloFpv is pretty much a finished mature product, but i still have a couple of ideas its mostly small things, and I will slot them in when I have time.
This has nothing to do with the app, but only the controller.Hello, Volatello
Yesterday, after a long time, trying to fly Tello,then update to Tello FPV 1.5d.
I confuse the following problems have occurred:
1. The main controller(Gamesir T1s with OTG cable) registration was canceled.
2. Gamesir T1s only recognized as Microsoft X Box 360.
I registered as Microsoft X Box 360 and confirmed that it works,but the mapping was cleared.
3. When trying to map, the button display changes as follows.
SELECT ID 4
D Pad UP AXIS_HAT_Y-
D Pad DOWN AXIS_HAT_Y +
D Pad RIGHT AXIS_HAT_X +
D Pad LEFT AXIS_HAT_X-
There is no functional problem, but the display has changed. It make very difficult to use. I would like you to improve it.
Second, when will the AEB function be offered?
This has nothing to do with the app, but only the controller.
T1s supports several different connection modes. Check gamesir website regarding the different connection modes the T1s supports.
For some reason your controller is now using a different connection mode than it used before. Seems it lost its memory. If the controller used the same connection mode as before nothing would have changed.
AEB doesn't work with photo downloads taking 20+ seconds typically. Also there is no way of knowing the current EV if the camera is on EV auto mode, so it could only work in EV manual mode which is a nuisance in itself.
People keep telling me this. Seems I am the only one who thinks its a complete rewrite.if the app is written in Java, it shouldn't be too difficult to port over to iOS. I use Android anyway, but I facilitate a drone workshop (club inside a computer club), where two of us own a Tello. Some of the members use iOS.
Make no sense.if the app is written in Java, it shouldn't be too difficult to port over to iOS. I use Android anyway, but I facilitate a drone workshop (club inside a computer club), where two of us own a Tello. Some of the members use iOS.
That's the secret proyect you where working on...That said I started work on a new app that targets both Android and IOS. The app will not become a replacement for TelloFpv, its a completely different thing: much simpler, much smaller feature set, but portable to IOS. No clue if it will ever leave the workbench at all - right now its only a personal experiment and playground.