Essential MultiWii software for bluetooth dongle. I only gave 4 stars because it's still a work-in-progress, and still lacking some features. But it's pretty darn good as is. In fact, I would say it's basically ESSENTIAL for tuning your MultiWii in the field via an Android device and bluetooth dongle. Even at home, it comes in handy: You don't need a computer, don't have to fiddle with a usb cable, and don't have to cripple your graphics accelerator so you can use the standard desktop software. The program allows you to both read -- AND SET(!) -- the PID parameters, and view real-time plots of the accelerometer and gyro data. That can be extremely useful for the trial-and-error tuning in the field. My only gripe(?) is that there's no plot of the magnetometer and altimeter data --- yet!
Crashing This is a great idea in concept, but keeps crashing unfortunately. I gave two stars because I like the layout and capabilities seem to be on par and on the right track. If it doesn't crash, it'll automatically get two more stars!
Great app. Although it works perfectly on my htc phone, I can't get it to connect with my Samsung tablet. Not sure if its a bug or a 'user error'...
Wiped my max throttle defaults Ran ok a couple of times while running some tuning flights but then mysteriously my quad stopped arming. Once connected to Cleanflight configurator, I could see it had set my MAX/MIN Throttle to 0! This meant I couldnt arm. Not sure what else it messed up so reflashed my Naze32. Wont be using again
Almost brilliant... But switch assignments are all wrong. Assign switches to functions in the desktop app then check from this app and they show the wrong assignments! Have checked and the desktop app is correct.
It's so old (2012),that it's useless! Don't even bother to install...
- Updated name and details to comply with new Play Store Policy.
- changed pAlarm value range (Max. 5000)
- Fixed pAlarm read/write
- Fixed adding decimal separator in PID values
- Updated GraphView library
- Several fixes
- Added AUX3 & AUX4
- Multiwii Protocol version detection
- Changed motor names to match pinout