How do you reset a Walkera QR Y100 connection?

March 4, 2016 at 07:21:18
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How do you reset a Walkera QR Y100 în order to see the Wi-Fi again?

I could connect to my drone via Wi-Fi, I tried calibrating it and then it suddenly disconnected.

I now can't see the drone's WifI SSID though the green led is on and the red flashes quickly signaling that the drone is waiting for a connection.


Thank you


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#1
March 5, 2016 at 15:53:02
This is the link to the manuals for assorted drones... See if yours is listed?

Presumably the manual will cover things like wifi setup and resets etc.

http://www.walkeraonline.com/manual...

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#2
March 17, 2016 at 12:35:24
Hi Hqty,

I'm facing the same issue today: the devo4 can connect to my Walkera Y100, but with Wi-fi nothing. I don't event see the SSID (and I check the battery, the internal plugs, etc. The green led of the wi-fi card is on, but wi-fi looks dead. I also reset the Id of the drone using the special plug, but that only reset the RF link, not the wi-fi one).

Did you find a solution? The links from trvlr seem all broken.

Regards
Kriss


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#3
March 17, 2016 at 14:04:09
Sorry about thee that problem. I checked and find the same; and another site that appears to have "some" manuals also gives a "cant't find the server" when one tries to go the assorted info...

Is there any chance you can contact the manufacturer directly?

Incidentally - is your wifi device/router using any form of acres control - mac filtering for example?

Do you know the mac address of the "gadget/hecilopter?


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#4
March 17, 2016 at 15:38:39
Hi trvlr,

No, I don't know the drone's mac address. This being said, when I turn it on, I see no new signal on a wifi scanner - so the drone/AP does not broadcast its SSID anymore. I'm a little helpless on what to do - I can try to contact Wlakera ,but they have removed any documentation about old products from their website (client service seems a foreign concept for them!!).

I'll have contact my vendor tomorrow to see if I can get something. Who knows. But technically, I'm stuck for now.


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#5
March 17, 2016 at 15:49:59
Do you per chance have a wifi detector? One can find (buy) them at many computer stores; and in Canada/US Radio Shack may have them. Otherwise on Amazon etc.?

The one I have (a real cheapie) is not very sensitive; but adequate. With a detector you might be able to test the drone/AP wifi output. If it's radiating... then it ought to show? These devices are usually directional... It may be one way to confirm if the drone/AP is radiating at least?


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