MaxFlyer wrote:I asked about this in another thread but maybe this will get more attention: it seems the Drone 1 had a pairing switch (for un-pairing I think) but the D2 has no such switch afaict. Does re-pairing now occur automatically i.e. whatever connects to it first after power-on is the "preferred controller"?
I understand the Drone "locks-on" to one controller such that no other device can wrest control away from your drone/controller pair. But I don't know if this is a Drone-specific feature or maybe a general Ad Hoc feature--I've never used an Ad Hoc network before to my knowledge.
DKS207 wrote:Pairing was only really necessary when the v1 Drone used an ad-hoc network. It has no effect on which program can control the drone. And I believe it is an obsolete feature aimed at anyone using a v1 with old firmware.
DroneBonerStallone wrote:I saw a thread where a guy connected to the drone with his iPhone and while he was flying his wife connected with her iPad and was watching the video feed and was able to record it... I can't for the life of me find that damn thread
DroneBonerStallone wrote:I just tried it with two androids... connected with my droid bionic and started free flight... hit "piloting" and left it on video feed... then I was able to connect with my Nexus 7... hit "piloting" and it just gets stuck loading there... can't get two video feeds from one drone
stealthmatt wrote:...they still won't be able to do anything as u need a .1 to control the drone which is already in use...
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