How to bind several Tx to one model

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03 Jan 2018 06:12 #66688 by FDR
Replied by FDR on topic How to bind several Tx to one model
We've already agreed on it... ;)

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03 Jan 2018 07:13 - 03 Jan 2018 07:15 #66690 by magic_marty
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My tx id is eight digits long will i have to rebind everything when i update my tx firmware? If so it's really gonna suck cause i have so many ..:(
Last edit: 03 Jan 2018 07:15 by magic_marty. Reason: typo

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03 Jan 2018 07:25 - 03 Jan 2018 07:26 #66691 by vlad_vy
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If your txid greater than 7FFFFFF you will need rebind all your receivers. It's my case...

You can change your txid to 7FFFFFFF if you don't want to rebind.
Last edit: 03 Jan 2018 07:26 by vlad_vy.

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03 Jan 2018 07:28 #66692 by FDR
Replied by FDR on topic How to bind several Tx to one model
You need to rebind them if your txid is larger then 0x7FFFFFFF in hexadecimal.
So if the first digit of your txid is less then 8, then you are lucky. ;)

However if you are unlucky, you can still try to use 7FFFFFFFF and see if that works, but at least you will be aware, that since that is a specific number, it might not be unique, so there might be other transmitters with the same txid...

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03 Jan 2018 07:33 #66694 by magic_marty
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Oh good my ID starts with 407xxxxx so i guess i am one of the lucky ones..

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16 Jan 2018 19:59 - 16 Jan 2018 21:16 #66913 by mog-joe
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I have tested this great feature with DSM2 and Orange RX with 3 transmitters. Devo7e Devo10 and Devo8s. it works verry well.
Last edit: 16 Jan 2018 21:16 by mog-joe.

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01 Mar 2019 06:28 #73083 by Birdman
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For me this only works with some walkera rx, not walkera 1202 or dsm2, why?

Also, I can not bind any rx with fixed id, fixed id must be blank to bind any rx. I can only add fixed id after binding. I this how it should be?

tia

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01 Mar 2019 07:33 #73085 by vlad_vy
Replied by vlad_vy on topic How to bind several Tx to one model
With my case txid works for all receivers.

For walkera receivers it is normal order, first you have to bind without Fixed ID, then you can use custom Fixed ID.

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04 Mar 2019 01:26 #73170 by Birdman
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Have formatted tx, safely removed hardware and tried all suggested methods of binding and this still does not work as described for me.

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04 Mar 2019 04:10 #73175 by Birdman
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magic_marty wrote: sometimes on the devo12/12s if you are in usb mode and connected to the computer if you just power off or unplug it will corrupt the hardware.ini file..It's happened to me several times the only way to avoid this from happening is when you are ready to disconnect from the computer right click the drive letter for the devo and select "eject" before you unplug ...Since i have been doing it this way it has not corrupted my hardware file anymore..

Hopefully you made a full backup copy of your files and all you have to do is right click the drive and select "Repair Drive" then replace the hardware file with the one you hopefully have saved as backup...


Just corrupted my tx "again", but I did safely remove hardware so this is not the issue.

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