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Unable to Power off - Need to pull battery out

musashi77

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Had my anafi for a week now and there has been a couple times where I just can't power it down. Single press or holding down the power button does nothing. I have had no other option then disconnect the battery.

Tonight a had a issue with the firmware upgrade pausing/failing at 99%, basically it never came back online after the final reboot, it was on but couldn't re-connect to it, I had to cancel the upgrade and disconnect the battery as it was on with fans whirring away but no wi-fi signal or anyway to connect to it.

Anyone experienced a similiar thing? Any suggestions on what to try next time it happens?
 

aft3rmath

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Had my anafi for a week now and there has been a couple times where I just can't power it down. Single press or holding down the power button does nothing. I have had no other option then disconnect the battery.

Tonight a had a issue with the firmware upgrade pausing/failing at 99%, basically it never came back online after the final reboot, it was on but couldn't re-connect to it, I had to cancel the upgrade and disconnect the battery as it was on with fans whirring away but no wi-fi signal or anyway to connect to it.

Anyone experienced a similiar thing? Any suggestions on what to try next time it happens?
Ive found double pressing, like double click a mouse, works for turning on and off. I had issues getting mine to turn on and off originally until i double pressed. Single was just showing the battery meter.
 
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ifana

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Yeah it's not like DJI. Just double click the button
 

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hi, the solution is 1 Quick press,most people press and hold for second,thats wrong....
 
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