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Feb 06, 2013, 05:01 PM

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I have just purchased the WLToys V949 quadrocopter. This quality unit appears to have a very versitile and efficient Transmitter, but the complete lack of instructions on how to set up and use that Transmitter makes its versitility null and void.

The WLToys line of the V series quadrocopters is nothing short of amazing. The quality and features of these units, their inexpensive cost and the constant improvement of each new model is something of which WLToys can be truly proud.

Why is it then that WL Toys falls so far behind in creating a clear and detailed English User Manual to accompany these fine products?

I am sitting here trying to understand the almost incomprehensible Instruction Manual, but find it completely useless. Is there any way I may obtain an English version of a detailed Instruction Manual that will enable me to understand the Transmitter and utilize it to its fullest potential? I can then proceed to learn how to fly my new little bird. What I need is step by step, understandable, illustrative instructions that show and explain the LED screen and its functions.

I thank everyone in advance for assisting me in the understanding of the V949 Transmitter and its functions.
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