Answer to "Why can't I connect to drones wifi"I will ask the obvious questions here. Have you tried using another phone. Is it an iPhone or Android. ? . I presume there is a setup manual ? If you are sure you have set it up correctly on the phone and the drone unusual to have to setup the drone) and you have tried more than one phone then I would consider taking it back to where you bought it from and see if they will fix or replace .. Is it still under warranty. ?
Answer to "Won’t start up"Paul what number LED is on. ? You mentioned that you have one LED light on which indicated the PSU is faulty. I don't think that is the case because the description for LED 1 ends with “. The LED will turn off only if the AC power source is disconnected or the powersupply is faulty.” which to me infers that the only time the power supply can be considered faulty is when ALL the LED lights are off.
Answer to "Won’t start up"Paul I,ll save you the trouble. See Diagram below. The are four diagnostic LED’s located on the logic board. The LED meanings are as follows, but if LED #1 and LED #2 are on then the power supply is OK. You can only see the LED’s through the vent holes to the left of the memory modules on the bottom of the iMac. I had to make the room completely dark to be sure if they were on or not. All of mine were off and I tested that there was power coming out of the cable and into the imac with a multi meter LED Functions LED #1 • Indicates that the trickle voltage from the power supply has been detected by the main logic board. This LED will remain ON whenever the iMac is connected to a working AC power source. The LED will remain on even when the computer has been shut down or put to sleep. The LED will turn off only if the AC power source is disconnected or the power supply is faulty. LED #2 • Indicates that the main logic board has detected proper power from the power supply when the computer is turned on and...
Answer to "Restore Oleophobic coating / scratches in my iPhone X"Hi I understand the scratch thing but have you tested the screen to see if the Oleophobic coating has worn off ? You can do that just by putting a single drop of water on the screen, if it stays almost in a sphere shape then it hasn’t worn off. If it just splats onto the display and does not form a sphere then the coating has worn off. You have two options. The first is to do what you are doing with the product you have bought or you can put on a high quality screen protector, the more expensive ones usually have an Oleophobic coating of their own. If the coating has worn off and you wipe on a new one I doubt it would make the screen worse but just remember that when its done at the factory its baked on after its applied and normally lasts one to two years. If you re-apply it yourself it may only last a few months and will need to be done again. The chemical makeup according to the patent made by the inventor at 3M is as follows :- “Hydrophobic and oleophobic coating composition, which comprises the...