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Old 08-09-2019, 06:37 PM
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Thanks guys. I brought the M11X to my local shop tonight looking for a battery, and it was funny watching the younger guys look at it. Theyíve never seen a radio like it before lol. I bought a Lipo battery that should work. We plugged it in and the battery light on the transmitter was flashing. Iím hoping it just needs a charge.

I also have a feeling Iíll be picking up a M17 in the very near future
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Old 08-16-2019, 01:10 PM
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Caio Gentlemen

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I need to programme any available switch on the M17 to my Kill Switch on a FG Gas Car.

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Old 08-18-2019, 01:15 PM
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My "SELECT" does not work(blank circle on the top right of the touch pad). The rest of the touch pad works fine except for that. What am I doing wrong? I had this controller for a long while now but just took it out of the box last night.

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The touch pad is not as sensitive or responsive as what we've gotten used to with cell phones. There is touch pad calibration menu you can make adjustments. You could try upping the sensitivity. That helped with mine.
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There is an update available. Part of the firmware update improves touchpad sensitivity.

The "circle" in the corner isn't a select button. It cycles between sub menus.
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Originally Posted by gubbs3 View Post
The touch pad is not as sensitive or responsive as what we've gotten used to with cell phones. There is touch pad calibration menu you can make adjustments. You could try upping the sensitivity. That helped with mine.
That worked. Thank you~!
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Old 08-18-2019, 11:28 PM
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Originally Posted by trigger View Post
There is an update available. Part of the firmware update improves touchpad sensitivity.

The "circle" in the corner isn't a select button. It cycles between sub menus.
I guess I looked at the instructions wrong. I just assumed it was a select since the book shows it. Is it pretty easy to do updates? I'll have to look into that. The controller works great right now.


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I guess I looked at the instructions wrong. I just assumed it was a select since the book shows it. Is it pretty easy to do updates? I'll have to look into that. The controller works great right now.

That's probably a translation error. "Toggle" would be more appropriate. "Select" would be the center of the slider.
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