It's a long shot, but if you still have wifi and FreeFlight is installed on your phone, the "Update" function may still work and bring you back to the current A.R. firmware...
Edit: Taking it a step further (if you have an android device), load the app AR.Pro 2 for AR.Drones, and the app AR Pro Firmware Pack V2. The firmware pack downloads the current .plf into your device's memory. Browse the phone's memory and find it, and you'll have the original .plf firmware. Good luck with it!
Hi-I just got a Parrot AR 2.0(power edition) I understand I can buy the GPS unit separately, but, when I use the onboard camera(as opposed to the camera I plan to attach) is it possible to use a USB adaptor to plug in the GPS unit and a USB stick for recording at the same time? thanks!
No adapter necessary. There's a USB plug on the back of the GPS module to insert your extended memory USB stick. It'll record on the memory stick as usual.
My new ar 2 power edition drone got caught in an updraft (I'm guessing) and flew out of range after only 1 min 30 secs of a new battery, I lost sight of it moving closer to regain control and I'm wondering whether it lands after a short period of lost connection or keeps flying until low battery ... knowing how long it flew will assist in recovery of my lost drone
It stops and hovers in place until it re-gains a wifi connection. When the battery finally gets low it does a controlled landing right where it was hovering.
have you removed the the vertical camera flex for the picture ? We see that the vertical camera is unplugged on the right side of the picture you shared.
The vertical camera is used to stabilise the drone and avoid drifting.
Oui, je connais. No worries. However, the issue here is the Flat Trim which is the same, no matter Bebop or AR Drone 2. The apps are very similar.
You posted your message on a topic in Bebop 2 forum. We moved your message to the right forum.
Bebop drones, Bebop 2 and Parrot Disco uses a different app, FreeFlight Pro instead of AR.FreeFlight 2 for AR.Drone 2.
I just got my AR 2 drone and have a Moto z phone. I connected good the first time had a first/test flight and everything went good. I unplugged it too save battery and came back an hour later replugged the battery in and everything went green. Tried to connect to the drone again and it said that it had an IP identification error and no longer connects. I tried to manually get in with the provided IP and I connected but the app said I wasn't connected and let it automatically connected after and went back to the same error. Tried to reset it and redo previous attempts and still failed. Please help
There's a small hole in the bottom of the battery compartment marked "Reset." Bend out a paper clip and (with the drone turned on) insert it into the hole and push the button under it. (you'll feel a soft click).
Resetting your drone to it's original factory settings should fix your problem.
I has the same problem.
I buy the drone in a shop but i discover (because this problem) that the drone was a second hand.
The first buyer link the drone with his phone (then no other phone can link) but the solution is easy.
Reset the drone (with drone on, click on the reset button down the battery) Then the drone get free and you can link with your own phone.