Thanks for your answer.
I tried the JKson mod and the version inside the Super-Patcher. But I still get 13 channels on 2.4ghz.
I did the Super-Patcher mod also and with the super-patcher firmware it worked. I saw 11 channels.
I removed the Super-Patcher mod again, because I didn't feel comfortable with some of it's features. I liked the extra satellites it promises and the FCC mod, but not the possibility of turtle mode for example.
I am on IOS, so I cannot use the modded app.
Are there any other possibilities? Or am I doing something wrong.
The only thing the JKson mod didn't do correctly was starting dumldore, so I tried to run that on the side. Can I just use the version from GitHub? It says only for Mavic and P4
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Any downsides running the boost on the RC?Works only on win10 machine , on C drive, just like Brett's superpatcher, I did it yesterday with a Spark from my friend, still works.
I did not do the stealth thing and battery mod.
You can test the working of the script without connecting the Spark , see of everythings runs to the end, before you actually connect the Spark (just click all steps through)
Hi Haggi, I don't know how much power it's sends, but it's more then the FCC (0.4 watt).
Just come back from flying and testing, I had 1200 meters out, still full receiver, now I flew 2 battery's after each, RC is a liitle bit warm, not hot.
Also you can delete the mod with the patcher tool and go for the FCC only.
I add the NFZwarning patch to the 4.1.15mod, no more warnings from airspace etc. So if you use superpatcher and the NFZ is overruled you still get the warnings, with the 4.1.15 mod with NFZ warning patch no more warnings also
Just test it today 27 may and recorded the time, don't see any decreading in flight time it's about 12 to 13 min.