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Rocky the FS

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I'm trying to check out a used tablet, but it doesn't have a USB-C port, so I tried to connect with WiFi. I can't seem to figure out if a zero is an O, or vice versa, in the password. I could not connect even though the tablet found the Anafi. How the hell do you determine if an O is a zero or vice versa in the password pasted inside the case? :unsure:
 

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O , 0 .....I don't have Anafi only Bebops ...My Mavic air has a Q code to scan. I figure that the Anafi is New enough it may have that option? Good luck let us know if you find out something.
 

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You can also connect the controller with another USB cable, which match your USB port in the tablet. It works also....
Somewhere I've read, that there should be also Q-Code available. If you didn't found them, the password is also visible in the App under network settings. For sure: don't change them...
Different between 0 and O = the char is bigger (like a circle) the digit is more small.
 

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Yeah, there is a Q code. I should try that. The problem with the 0 and the O is that in some fonts there is very little difference.
I didn't think of checking in the App on the other phone that I've been using....it might be more obvious there.

OR, this used tablet may not ever connect no matter what. :mad: At least it was free.
 

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Which tablet did you get? I'm hunting for a cheap used one to only use with my drone.

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Don't buy a Nexus 7! Don't even take one for free! :geek:
I used to have one back when they were released (2013?)... Not sure what version of Android is on there these days, I would have guessed that the OS wouldn't run FF6?

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The only OS which is working without any problems with FreeFlight 6 is the original Stockfirmware 6.x.
The latest version of FreeFlight 6, which is running on Android 6 is 6.4.x. Up from FreeFlight 6 version 6.5.x you need Android 7 or higher

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