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Orqa FPV.One Firmware v.1.1.3.

Release Date: 14.1.2020

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*** RELEASE NOTES ***



Orqa is pleased to announce the release of FPV. One Firmware v.1.1.3.


This is an update with a few new features added and a non-critical bug fix. 


This release is compatible with all publicly available firmware versions.


This release is compatible with FPV.One v.1.0.0. and v.1.0.1. hardware.


This update is available online at:

https://orqafpv.com/firmware


CONTENTS:


(1) Bug Fixes

(2) Changes

(3) Firmware update instructions



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(1) BUG FIXES

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List of bugs fixed in this release:


- Fixed problem with starting playback.



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(2) CHANGES

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List of changes in this release:


- HeadTracker quick Set Zero Point:

- press and hold Battery button for 3 seconds, after you hear a long beep, Zero Point is set. 



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(3) FIRMWARE UPDATE INSTRUCTIONS

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The firmware can be either upgraded or downgraded by using the desired version of the firmware file (*.orqa) as described below.


(1) Download the update file (*.orqa) and save it to the root of a micro SD card. 


(2) Make sure your battery is fully charged; the update will not start if the voltage is below 7.2V.


(3) Power down the goggles. 


(4) Insert the micro SD card with the update file into the slot located at the faceplate. 


(5) Power on the goggles and wait for the system to install the new firmware. The progress bar is displayed on the screen. 


(6) After the firmware is updated the goggles will restart automatically. This process can take up to a couple of minutes, depending on the size of the update. 


(7) After the firmware update has finished the system will delete the firmware update file from the micro SD card.


(8) This particular update requires resetting the goggles to Factory Settings after the update in order for changes to take effect.


IMPORTANT: Your goggle settings will be lost after resetting to Factory Settings.