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    crossfire and droidplanner

    Hello,

    I managed to get droidplanner 2 working with crossfire using mavlink emu connection type.
    in the telemetry logs (tlogs) i get GPS and altitude, and this is perfect.
    on the android display i only get GPS displayed while i am flying.

    Here is my question:
    - How do i get altitude displayed while i am flying on android display ?
    Bonus question:
    - It is not clear to me that droidplanner 3 (named: tower) does work with crossfire bluetooth. At least i did not managed to make it work. Did someone succeed ?

    Thanks a lot !
    TBS G2 is great

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    Quote Originally Posted by titanium View Post
    Hello,

    I managed to get droidplanner 2 working with crossfire using mavlink emu connection type.
    in the telemetry logs (tlogs) i get GPS and altitude, and this is perfect.
    on the android display i only get GPS displayed while i am flying.

    Here is my question:
    - How do i get altitude displayed while i am flying on android display ?
    Bonus question:
    - It is not clear to me that droidplanner 3 (named: tower) does work with crossfire bluetooth. At least i did not managed to make it work. Did someone succeed ?

    Thanks a lot !
    TBS G2 is great
    What FC are you using.?

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    I have a full powercube stack: so colibri with BF 3.0.1.
    Also have crossfire upgraded a few weeks ago via TBS agent with micro receiver v1.

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