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Problem of Devo10 after upgraded

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26 May 2016 11:14 #49275 by David Lau
David Lau created the topic: Problem of Devo10 after upgraded
Hello All,

I just modified my Devo10 with installed A7105 and NRF24L01 module, and upgraded Nightly Build Firmware 5.0.0. After that, I turn on my tx and found "Missing Modules :CYRF6936" appeared and cannot skip it with pressing any button. Please help !!!!
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26 May 2016 12:31 - 26 May 2016 12:47 #49279 by Cereal_Killer
Cereal_Killer replied the topic: Problem of Devo10 after upgraded
OK well first did you remove the CYRF module?

If you did that's ok, hook up tx to usb and open the drive, go to the tx file and change the default model to any model which doesn't use a protocol that uses the CYRF module.
After that you'll still get the warning but it'll allow to clear it and finish booting.

Note if you didn't remove the stock module then you have a bigger problem...

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26 May 2016 12:38 #49281 by David Lau
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Thank you brother and will report after tested.

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26 May 2016 13:06 #49285 by David Lau
David Lau replied the topic: Problem of Devo10 after upgraded
I had removed the CYRF6936, and turn on the tx, it is still the same problem.
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26 May 2016 17:15 #49297 by Deal57
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That error happens under a number of conditions so it might not be the CYRF that is the problem. Walk us through your installation: First are all the TX solder points properly connected and in good condition? Second, are the wires in good shape, no shorts or breaks, and as short as necessary? Next, is each module connected to the correct wire? Next, is each module termination point in good shape no shorts or breaks?

We may be able to spot something if you post detailed close ups of the module connections and the Devo connections. If you include a photo with a clear view of all the wiring we can review that as well.

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26 May 2016 22:21 #49330 by StarCharlou
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I think that I have the same problem.

My Devo 10 was already modded with a A7105 and working properly, mainly used on the DEVO protocoles.

I was on a 4.0.1 nightly (don't remember which one), all was fine. I've just upgraded to 5.0.0 but in two steps :

1 - I just upgraded the filesystem (silly, I forgot I had to upgrade the firmware)
-> the radio did boot, I saw I had the wrong firmware version number and understood my mistake
2 - I then ran deviation uploader to upgrade the firmware to 5.0.0, first without formatting or anything
-> upload ok, restart the TX : Missing Modules CYRF6936
3 - I tried to proceed with a full format on 5.0.0, upload ok, then restarted
-> Missing module CYRF6936
4 - I tried downgrading to a stock v4.0.1 firmware + filesystem (full format)
-> Boots properly and works. No missing CYRF.

So it's clearly linked to the upgrade / the default conf. after the upgrade.

Any hint on that ?

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27 May 2016 05:51 #49347 by David Lau
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Brothers, here's the photo, hope can help.
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27 May 2016 05:52 #49348 by David Lau
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27 May 2016 05:55 #49349 by David Lau
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StarCharlou Brother, I don't know how to download and upgrade the file system.

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27 May 2016 08:37 #49355 by StarCharlou
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This recent post describes the process to upload a new firmware / filesystem for instance : www.deviationtx.com/forum/6-general-disc...eased?start=20#47889

You'll have to check the download section for the DFU USB drivers and uploader.

I hope you'll be able to rollback to 4.0.1 to see if it works again for you, as it did for me.

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27 May 2016 14:57 #49373 by David Lau
David Lau replied the topic: Problem of Devo10 after upgraded
I'd try to roll back to V4.0.1, but still the same problem. I had follow all the steps including upgrade firmware, copy the file system and enable the modules. If I just want to use the tx without any model settings, did I need to download the model configs ?

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27 May 2016 15:11 #49375 by David Lau
David Lau replied the topic: Problem of Devo10 after upgraded
I just removed all the modules and found the tx works normal. I think there were some wrong with the connections of the added modules.
BTW, thank you all of you, I will try to reconnect the modules some day when I have a long vacation.

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04 Jun 2017 09:13 #62816 by udglab
udglab replied the topic: Problem of Devo10 after upgraded
Good morning everyone
I write because I have a trouble with my devo 10
After USB firmware update my tx is dead...
I have read many topics about but I have not clear the solutions to trouble!!!:( :(
I will change the original module with a 4 in 1 and control chip nextly ...but first I hope someone can help me to understand
If is possible solve the problem in another way?
Really tanks to everyone for help!!!

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