You can check what version is currently installed on the "About" tab in the settings menu of the Cockpit App. The latest release is:
- Cockpit v2.2
- Avionics Firmware v1.2
- Camera Firmware v0.11
Download the latest firmware package here.
All Elios systems running Avionics Firmware 1.1 and Cockpit 1.1 or higher are capable of automatically upgrading provided that the tablet has access to the internet. Upon starting the Cockpit app, a notification will appear to inform you that a new version is available. Follow the instructions to install the new version of the App. The avionics firmware of the drone can be upgraded "over the air" if the ground controller and drone are also connected and powered on.
If you do not wish to connect your tablet to the internet, or if you are running firmware prior to V1.1, then the application and firmware can be upgraded offline through the process described below:
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Follow the instructions provided here to update the cockpit application.
- Avionics binaries v1.2 (md5: 9c9dcc6dbfd118e5b7afe0b47ccb1502)
How to upgrade
The Camera firmware has not changed since v0.11 of July 2017, so you will most likely not have to update it.
- Camera Binaries v0.11 (md5: 133f0ad6357d6d68f462dda0cf3c61e6)
How to upgrade
Download the Camera Firmware Binaries
Make sure that the drone is not powered
Remove the Camera SD card from your drone and plug it to your computer
Copy the "FTWLC1.bin" into the Cam SD card's root
Plug the CAM SD card back in the drone
Power up thedrone by plugging in a battery
The CAM LED status will blink blue for a moment and then become solid green
Unplug the battery
Note: Works only with Avionics v1.0.2 or higher