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Old Nov 22, 2012, 09:56 AM
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Originally Posted by dziedrius View Post
I was thinking the very same thing, if collision possibility is so small, why all the hassle with special button to reset id, they couldn't get production line to inject unique ids and thought it will be simpler to add the button?
It is really a formality the legal department said they needed as there is no way to guarantee that the OrangeRX module will not have the same GUID.

It is so a lazy American (or most westerners) can't sue Hobbyking because their plane was shot down by a clashing GUID (which may or may not be true). Doing this Hobbyking can say they did as much as they could (since Spektrum hasn't told them which codes have been used, blame shifted) to prevent this failure.

The real problem is you can sue for anything now days.
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