|Checking the IP address||
Check the AR.Drone IP address once you have established a connection. To do this, press the arrow to the right of the network ardrone_parrot.
An IP address starting with 192.168.1.X should appear in the IP field.
If the IP address starts with 169, connection between the iPhone and the AR.Drone will not be possible.
An incorrect IP address may be caused by several problems:
|Possible problems|| |
The AR.Drone has already been used with another iPhone
When you connect the AR.Drone to an iPhone and start the AR.FreeFlight application, the 2 devices are paired. Before you can use the AR.Drone with another iPhone, you must unpair the AR.Drone from the previously paired iPhone. To do this:
The iPhone and the AR.Drone are too far apart
The Wi-Fi signal is distorted
The AR.Drone is already connected to another iPhone
The AR.Drone has created a new Wi-Fi network because it is unable to detect the one stored by the iPhone
The AR.Drone has the same name as another AR.Drone nearby
Turn off the other AR.Drone then rename your AR.Drone. See the question "How do I change the name by which the AR.Drone is seen by my iPhone?".
- - iPod touch 2G, iPod touch 3G, iPod Touch 4G;
- - iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4;
- - iPad.
- - Click here for more information on AR.Drone compatibility with Android phones.
With the exception of FreeFlight, all the games developed by Parrot for the iPhone (e.g.: AR.Flying Ace, AR.Pursuit) are not available for the Android.
- messages indicating start-up problems ;
- alert messages. These messages are simple warnings. They do not stop you from controlling the AR.Drone ;
- emergency messages. Flying is not possible with an emergency message on the screen.
There are 2 types of LED on the AR.Drone: the 4 motor LEDs located close to the propellers and the system LED located on the belly of the AR.Drone.
Wait for 20 seconds after having connected the battery to the AR.Drone, then check the colour of the system LED. Avoid turning the AR.Drone upside down when you check the colour of the system LED. It is better to simply raise it high enough to look underneath. If the LED is green, you can take off. If after 20 seconds the LED is either red or orange, disconnect then reconnect the battery.
- You may have selected Flat Trim but the AR.Drone is not on a flat surface.
- Start the AR.FreeFlight application and press the key .
- Make sure that the AR.Drone is settled on a flat surface before pressing Flat trim.
- Press OK.
- In the AR.Drone's settings, check that the Trim Select option has been set to Auto.
Some spare parts can be obtained from the place where you purchased the product. All spare parts can be obtained from our website.
Video tutorials on replacing spare parts can be viewed here.
Contact your retailer who will give you a quote to repair your AR.Drone.
Parrot also offers a repair service. Please contact us at the following address: email@example.com.
- Start the AR.FreeFlight application.
- Press the key .
- You can change the name in the SSID field. Touch the AR.Drone's current name (ardrone_parrot), then enter the new name.
> You must exit the application, restart the AR.Drone, and re-establish the connection with the iPhone for the new name to be taken into account.