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FrSky X-Lite Pro supported?

A topic by Manulieto created 43 days ago Views: 114 Replies: 6
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My new X-Lite Pro with OpenTX nightlies does not work with FPV Freerider.  Correct controller calibration is not possible. I am using the same settings as with Taranis  QX7, QX7 works fine. 

Is there a failure within my settings, or does X-Lite Pro don´t work with FVP Freerider?


I found this video in a quick search, it shows how you need to select Joystick (HID) instead of USB Storage, however it is in russian:

You may also need to switch Internal RF mode off.  Not sure if this applies , but at least on older style Taranis' - If you are flashing your Taranis with new firmware, make sure you deselect the "mass storage" option, otherwise joystick emulation is disabled.

Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately I had already tested all these settings without success. I´am able to calibrate only 2 axes in Freerider, the other 2 axes don´t work. Maybe it is an OpenTX 2.3 issue, i don´t know. If somebody gets the X-Lite Pro (with OpenTX 2.3) working, please give me a hint :)

Now it´s working. Problem was during calibration in Freerider. I blindly followed the instructions of the programm (Move Throttle up, move Yaw left, ...). But two axes needed the opposite direction as displayed for detection. 


I see, I'm glad you noticed that and managed to find the solution.

It's a bit strange that it needed the opposite input actually, I never heard of that before. Well at least now it's working. (If you want to avoid having to use the reverse direction during calibration I guess you could invert the channels on the radio itself).


I am having the same issue with X lite Pro. But I did flash the new d16 backwards compatibility FW as soon as I got it. Did not deselect mass storage. Any way to fix this? 



You mean you accidentally didn't deselect mass storage during your FW update and wish to start over again?

I don't have the best knowledge in firmware flashing myself, I think you will have best luck getting an accurate answer in a dedicated Taranis/X-lite thread, such as this one or RCGroups for example: