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    Hi all I'm new to this group and just bought a used 320 but it seems the gps hold doesn't work the throttle holt at 5% doesn't work and it's very jittery I'm not to clued up with firmware update I've come over from the safety of dji and now lost lol can you use a stock usb cable to update drone or devo 10 thanks in advance

     
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    I suggest you do a lot of reading on this Forum.

    Walkera drones are nothing like DJI drones.

    Its like comparing a sports car to a people mover.

    You don't fly a DJI drone you just watch it and take photos.:D
     
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    Yes I can see that now any help would be great
     
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    Gas works for 13%, for this purpose it is necessary to expose 27%
    in Devo10
    Function menu - program mix- program mix1 - normal -ok- master (trottle) - Pos0(+) +27%
     
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    This mix will cause problems with GPS flight. You have to use an exclude for when the Mix switch is in Position 1 or 2.
     

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