Fund. of OpenTX (Win)

Fund. of OpenTX (Win) After the Introduction, this unit starts you on the track to install OpenTX Companion and OpenTX on a Windows computer.  Note that a Mac version is also available. The following classes are available: First Steps:  This … Continue reading

Using Zadig

Using Zadig, or, Avoiding Zadig Hell NOTE 1: At this time, a working STM 32 Bootloader driver is the only way Windows computers will update OpenTX to v2.x and above the first time from either an earlier version of OpenTX … Continue reading

Intro. to Zadig

Introduction to Zadig NOTE: Some OpenTX users have reported difficulty using USB3 ports to communicate with OpenTX Companion. It seems to depend upon what chipset your machine uses. Several methods were tried to alleviate this problem, and finally Zadig was … Continue reading

First Steps

Introduction Like many projects, getting set up to work with OpenTX takes a bit of preparation. You’ll be walked through that process step-by-step using techniques and procedures developed by users who had to start out just like you…unsure and in … Continue reading

OpenTX Companion

Working With OpenTX Companion Introduction OK, you’ve made sure that you have a valid STM 32 BOOTLOADER installed. Now it’s time to download your very own copy of OpenTX2.x and OpenTX Companion2.x and update your firmware. Like many things in … Continue reading

OpenTX vs. OpenTX Companion

What the…??? Perhaps you aren’t as slow as I am, but when I first started experimenting with OpenTX, I was a bit confused. Folks were talking about using something called “Companion 9X” (apparently also known as “Open Companion 9X” and … Continue reading