how to connect Android tablet to ilook+

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    I have the qrx350pro rtf6 with devof7 and it works great, but for the life if me i can not figure out how to see it on my bigger android tablet screen. How do i do this? Thanks

     
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    As far as I know the Ilook camera is not a wifi camera. The only way to view the video outside the camera is to get an
    FPV monitor or pull the card and put it in your tablet or laptop.
     
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    I can confirm you are correct. The iLook is a 5.8 Ghz FPV transmitter. There is 2 choices of having the video displayed on another screen.

    1) Buy an FPV 5.8 Ghz Monitor with FPV receiver like the Skyline RC700D. Walkera TXs transmit in band 2 so you need a RX that has band 2 RX support.
    2) The F7 radio has AV output. This can be directly connected to any screen that will accept AV in.

    I don't know if there is an AV dongle that works with the Android tablet owned by the OP.
     
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    Hi all,

    I have a Rodeo 150 with a DEVO 7 how can I do to connect the camera?

    I read your post @bjr981s but if I can't buy a monitor can I use my phone connected with the AV dongle?

    cheers
     
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    No,

    The Drone transmits a 5.8Ghz analogue signal. You need a device to decode that signal. Either a set of FPV Goggles or an FPV monitor.

    You cant get the signal to your Android.

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