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Arduplane is an open source Autopilot. APM aims experimented users, who wish to use the Parrot Disco and C.H.U.C.K. for experimentation.   A Ardupilot version is integrated on the firmware 1.1.0 and above. To switch from Parrot Autopilot to APM, press shortly the ON/OFF buttons 3 times in a row. Then, you must use a RC control to pilot the Parrot Disco (compatibility is listed on Parrot Github) It is possible to switch between the use of Parrot Disco with Parrot Autopilot and Skycontroller 2 or Ardupilot combined with a RC controller.   You will find all ressources necessary to build you own version of Ardupilot and install it on the C.H.U.C.K. here : Github Parrot about APM 
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 1. Where can I find the software version of my Parrot Disco? First, connect to your Parrot Disco, then in the FreeFlight Pro application, click on the name of your device (Example: DISCO-891012)      Finally, on the next screen you will see various information about your Parrot Disco, including its software version     2. Where can I find the version of the FreeFlight Pro application? Launch the FreeFlight Pro application, then click on the context menu, you will see the version of the application     3. Where can I find the version version of my Parrot Skycontroller 2? First, connect to your Parrot Disco, then in the FreeFlight Pro (Fly & Film) application, click the settings icon  "(toothed wheel)"     Then, on the menu on the left, select Controller. Finally, you will see information about your Parrot Skycontroller 2, including its software version        
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What different status light patterns mean:      
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You can fly Parrot Bebop Drone, Parrot Bebop 2, and the Parrot Disco with Parrot Skycontroller 2. Before you do so, you must "pair" (connect) the drone and the controller.    Pairing speeds up the time it takes to connect various devices. Once the initial connection is established, the drone and the controller will connect automatically the next time when you want to fly.     Auto-pairing/connecting with your smartphone/tablet via FreeFlight Pro   *Note: when connecting, always follow this order : controller > smart device > drone.     1.  Connect the controller to your smartphone/tablet via a USB cable.   2.  Press the ON/OFF button on Parrot Skycontroller 2 to turn it on. > When the USB icon appears next to the Parrot Skycontroller 2 icon , connection is established. 3.  Press the ON/OFF button on the drone to turn it on.   4.  Wait until the status light on the controller is a steady green. Parrot Skycontroller 2 is connected to the drone.   *Note: when prompted to calibrate the controller, follow the on-screen instructions.     Manual-pairing/connecting with your smartphone/tablet via FreeFlight Pro   iOS   1.   Go to Settings    > Wi-Fi, under CHOOSE A NETWORK, select the name of your drone (for example, Disco-xxxxxx).   2.   Open FreeFlight Pro, at the main page, you should see the drone's status as connected.    If you do not see a connection, tap the Wi-Fi icon  and select the drone from the drop-down list.   Android   1.   Go to Settings > Wi-Fi, and select your drone (for example, Disco-xxxxxx).   2.   Open FreeFlight Pro, at the main page, you should see the drone's status as connected.   *Note: FreeFlight Pro interface is identical in both iOS and Android.     Connecting without a smartphone/tablet   You can fly the Parrot Bebop Drone, Parrot Bebop 2, and Parrot Disco with the Parrot Skycontroller 2 only. You need a smartphone or a tablet to access to any feedback on telemetry, radar, battery reserve, and other information.   1.  Press the ON/OFF button on Parrot Skycontroller 2 to turn it on. 2.  Press the ON/OFF button on the drone to turn it on.   3.  Wait until the status light on the controller is a steady green. Parrot Skycontroller 2 is connected to the drone.    *Note: we recommend that you fly with a smartdevice.
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