4in1 module in devo 12s; problems binding

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29 Jan 2017 11:55 #58525 by Alexander-A
4in1 module in devo 12s; problems binding was created by Alexander-A
Hello, i have succesfully attached the 4in1 module in my devo 12s, the transmitter recognises the modules and protocols but would not bind with models other than Blades (spektrum). For instance i try to bind the Eachine E010 but would not work. At first i could not change the TX-power in the model setup (should be 30mW), it only showed: default), than i changed in the hardware ini file the ";" into spaces but still no binding.
I will attach my ini file with this massage.
Maybe someone can help me out here.

Thanks,
Alex
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29 Jan 2017 15:28 #58530 by Deal57
Replied by Deal57 on topic 4in1 module in devo 12s; problems binding
You have to remove the semi-colon (";") from the lines for each chip. Of course you also must match the control lines to how you installed the 4-in-1 board, so if the CC2500 is using A14, the A7105 is using A13 and the 2401 is using B3, here's what it would look like (not a complete file)
; enable-cyrf6936 = B12
 has_pa-cyrf6936 = 1
 enable-a7105    = A13
 has_pa-a7105    = 1
 enable-cc2500   = A14
 has_pa-cc2500   = 1
 enable-nrf24l01 = B3 
 has_pa-nrf24l01 = 1
; enable-multimod = A13

When correctly installed you will also see each protocol in the Model Setup screen without any "*" in front of it, e.g. <DEVO> not <*DEVO>.

Deviation Devo7e 3way switch mod, A7105, NRF24L01
Devo6s 2x2 switch mod, trim mod, haptic, multimodule, A7105, NRF24L01, CC2500
Devo12e 4-in-1 with voice mod -- it speaks!!

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29 Jan 2017 18:35 #58535 by Alexander-A
Replied by Alexander-A on topic 4in1 module in devo 12s; problems binding
Thanks, but it seems that i had to click on the protocol and in my case had to change the "format" to E010, now it works like a charme.

Thanks,
Alex

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