HT1550XLS F/W ver. for FPP ?

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HT1550XLS F/W ver. for FPP ?

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Do all HT1550XLS do FPP or is there a particular F/W ver. start for this feature ?
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Re: HT1550XLS F/W ver. for FPP ?

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I am not aware of any version of firmware that allows FPP, except with the RED battery. Maybe some one has more info, I have a few I wouldn't mind upgrading to.
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Re: HT1550XLS F/W ver. for FPP ?

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They all do it. That was a feature of the radio when it was released.
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Re: HT1550XLS F/W ver. for FPP ?

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The latest 1550 firmware is version R05.17.02, released July 2011.
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Re: HT1550XLS F/W ver. for FPP ?

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all ht155xls radios can do fpp but only with the red battery. There is no special firmware that allows it, just the chip in the red battery
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Re: HT1550XLS F/W ver. for FPP ?

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I thought so, the only purpose built FPP radio I know of is the JT1000, the XTS radios need a flash. On the same subject has anyone taken the chip out of a RED battery and installed it in the radio itself? I have a few RED batteries that are reaching their end of life.
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Re: HT1550XLS F/W ver. for FPP ?

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Thanks guys !
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