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Started by DarkButterfly, Tuesday,December 23, 2014, 11:47:50
Quote from: Jimmer on Thursday,December 25, 2014, 19:52:38 I did mine yesterday, on a windoze 7 pro 64 bit machine. All worked fine, upgrade done nice and simple. Just need to fly to see what the difference is now.
Quote from: sauntson on Thursday,December 25, 2014, 03:00:52 Hi guys,I have done this to three Lits and they now all fly incredibly well.I had the runtime error to start with. My solution was to go into control panel, add/remove software and look for runtime C+++ and remove it. Then find the Naza Assistant software and remove these. Turn PC off, not a restart.Restart the PC and make sure you have DJi assistant 1.0 & 2.20 install files, along with the DJi driver file.Installing the assistant software installs the correct version of runtime c+++Then try again. If you get the page open with process started on the bottom, you need too power cycle the Naza while connected. I did this and a third page opened asking me to remove the props and upgrade.Today took a standard Lite. And as normal, first flight was alittle shaky.Updated FW on same Lite. This time like V1-2 upgrades, flashing yellow light for approx 45sec-a minute, the green. Power up and there she was rock solid and stable.Shame I have no more Lites. But have ordered a bucket full of iOSD and PMU2If you have a Naza, give it a go. In case DJi block the process of have restrictions on the files, they are safely backed up on a serverMERRY CHRISTMAS
Quote from: deano on Saturday,December 27, 2014, 18:27:38 Tried on xp still not working
Quote from: deano on Saturday,December 27, 2014, 20:58:25 Also tried a fresh install windows 7 32bit
Quote from: DarkButterfly on Friday,December 26, 2014, 15:20:18 The only thing I noticed, not sure if anyone else has... on startup after plugging the battery in, it flashes 4x Amber then pause for 1 sec, 4x Amber again and pause, it does this between 10 seconds to 5 mins depending on how cold the temperature is outside.I';ve never noticed it before, hopefully nothing to worry about.
Quote from: flybywire on Sunday,December 28, 2014, 09:54:26 That sounds a lot like my old Naza M (original version). On many occasions it would take several minutes to get to green flashing from yellow.My Naza v2';s don';t have this ';issue'; if you can call it that. I believe it was caused by a firmware upgrade a couple of years ago and was seemingly addressed when they brought out the v2 which has a saw filter on the gps. Not sure if the lite has this?Edit: Come to think of it, DJI may have introduced this ';delay'; period deliberately in response to the ';flyaway'; issue, mainly caused by folk who simply didn';t bother waiting for an accurate GPS position fix, as I seem to recall my V1 developing this delay after the release of the V2 (along with the more stable takeoff algorithm). They may have deemed the V2 fast enough to remove the delay, as they had by this time improved the GPS sensitivity on the V2.NB: The cynic in me at the time did speculate that the ';Lite'; was simply an old rebadged V1, which had become superseded by the V2!
Quote from: Hands0n on Sunday,December 28, 2014, 14:59:08 I was warming up to buy a V2 in 2015 ... but now this has me thinking to get a current Lite and simply update it!
Quote from: flybywire on Sunday,December 28, 2014, 17:27:17 Danny, you could do that of course, but tbh, if you';re buying from new, get the v2, as the lite would still need all the canbus stuff to make it as functional, seems a false economy to me?Plus, you would void any warranty of course!
Quote from: rodg98133 on Thursday,January 01, 2015, 12:17:35 I have just bought the naza lite as couldn';t afford the v2. If I was to do this would I be able to buy the v2 pmu so I can use iosd etc?
Quote from: rodg98133 on Thursday,January 01, 2015, 16:40:40 Do I need a power source or is it powered through usb? I don';t have any batteries yet as still in the process of getting everything together for my build.
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