Not sure if this is a 1.2.0 or 1.2.1 problem as I don't think I used the dvr in the short time I was on 1.2.0. When I start the dvr recording, all controls on the goggles become unresponsive. This includes stopping the recording, going into any of the menus, powering off the goggles. They continue to function, I can change channels on the rapidfire (if I use the controls on the module) and the video feed continues to work. I have to pull the battery plug.
I did use the DVR while on 1.2.0 and it seems that the issue did come with 1.2.1 - at least I didn't come across the issue there and I did use the goggle a lot more than while 1.2.1 (for obvious reasons). I booted the goggle two times today (since I updated the firmware) and started DVR each time. In both cases the goggle froze.
DVR wise it does seem like the DVR start/stop button does still work - but you will neither hear a sound nor will the other buttons lead to any UI action (no menu does open). I'm using TBS Fusion - therefore I can't say anything about the RapidFire. Interestingly reception seemed worse than two days ago with 1.2.0 in the same spot with the same quad and analog setup.
I didn't make a factory reset - maybe one should give that a shot.
I did a factory reset on mine.
For mine, it appears it's going to happen every time. I was testing some mics I had to see if they worked with the goggles so I started the dvr several times and because they froze, had to power cycle them between each attempt.
Well, that is unfortunate (:
I got my gogles with fw version 1.1.5. And I had the same issue. Upgraded fw to 1.2.1 and I still have the same problem. The only way to stop recording is to pull out battery.
I have a SanDisk Ultra 32GB A1 U1 card that does not work in the googles. If I hit record it starts but I am unable to stop recording. I have to pull the battery plug to get back to using the googles. Of course I have formatted the card in googles.
The SanDisk Extreme 128GB A2 U3 card I have works without issue. I am able to stop recording as expected and then control the googles again.
I cannot find a stated minimum speed rating for the SD card to work with the FPV.One in the manual or elsewhere. Has this been tested or is there an official standard?
That is a U1 rated card with a guaranteed transfer rate of 10MB/s. Looks like a higher rate may be required. U3 class are rated for 30MB/s.
ORQA Team, can we please get an official spec for required card speeds? Thanks.
Just tested this and I can reproduce it on low and high end SD cards.
Same problem with 1.2.1...
Heeelloo dear pilots!
Check your ORQA app and see if there is something new!
You need to have mobile data turned on!
Do I understand correctly that ORQA app is supposed to work (Connect to goggles) if FPV.One Connect Modul is installed. I don't have such module. Then what I should find in that app that resolves issue of freezing all controls after DVR is started?