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=GeneralStudioX options= <!--T:1-->Due to a plugin-based architecture You can edit some global options for the StudioX is compatible with many different devices:software when clicking "Edit" and choosing "Preferences..." from the menu bar.* [[StudioX_Microbeast_Plugin/en|MICROBEAST]]* [[Studiox_microbeast_plus_plugin/en|MICROBEAST PLUS / MICROBEAST PLUS HD]]==Check for Updates automatically==* [[Studiox_ar7200bx_pluginIf your PC is connected to the internet this option makes sure that your StudioX installation is up-to-date. All 7 days the update dialog is shown automatically, showing whether an update is available or not.<br /en|SPEKTRUM AR7200BX / SPEKTRUM AR7300BX]]* [[Studiox_ar7210bx_plugin/en|SPEKTRUM AR7210BX]]* [[Studiox_BLE2SYS_plugin/en|BLE2SYS bluetooth LE adapter]]* [[Studiox_RX2SIM_plugin/en|RCWare RX2SIM Wireless Multi-SIM Adapter]]>
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The plugins may provide Updating StudioX is simple and straight forward.<br />[[File:studiox_update.png|200px|noframe|none]]<br />From the "Update StudioX" dialog, you can press the "Download" button if an update is available.<br />Execute the downloaded package and follow the instructions given.<br />Make sure you closed the application before trying to install a newer version. ==Language Selection==If the "Auto" option is selected, StudioX will use the language detected from the system's settings.Otherwise you can force on of the following functionalitylanguages:* administrationEnglish* configurationGerman (coming soon)* updating and buying software upgradesFrench (coming soon)* backup and restore your settingsSpanish (coming soon)* load predefined presetsChinese (coming soon) <!--T:11-->'''Attention:''' Switching the language requires a restart of the StudioX Application.<br />
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You =Connecting a device to StudioX=StudioX can get detailed explanation about each plugin when you click the links be used to work with serveral types of hardware from BEASTX and RCWARE. Connection to the devices above!<br />is usually established using the USB port of your computer.<br />== Connecting a BEASTX gyro to the computer ==<!--T:1-->
All BEASTX gyros come with a serial communication port which typically is marked with the letters ''SYS''. Connect the servo wire coming from your USB interface to this port. Make sure to connect the wire in correct polarity on both sides! When using the USB2SYS interface you have to power the device with a separate power supply, i.e. receiver battery or BEC of the R/C model. It will not be powered from the USB port.<br />
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== Connecting the RX2SIM Wireless Multi-Sim Adapter == <!--T:33-->
When RX2SIM is used as USB2SYS interface emulator to connect your BEASTX device (MICROBEAST / SPEKTRUM AR7xxxBX) as mentioned above, StudioX will not recognize the RX2SIM itself. To control it with StudioX as Stand-Alone device, i.e. for updating the firmware of the RX2SIM you must push and hold the button on the RX2SIM before and while connecting it to the computer. Then it will start in bootloader mode and StudioX will open the RX2SIM Plugin. You can see that bootloader mode is active when both blue LEDs AUX and PPM light up solid.<br />
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== Connecting the BLE2SYS bluetooth LE adapter == <!--T:34-->
To configure and update your BLE2SYS bluetooth LE adapter with StudioX connect it with the USB2SYS interface or RX2SIM wireless simulator interface to the computer. Using the USB2SYS you must power the device with an external power supply connected to a Y-harness. Watch out for correct polarity!<br />
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= The freakware Network = == freakware Network Account == <!--T:10-->
A freakware Network user account is mandatory to use functions like online manuals and firmware updates. You can create your own account very easily by opening the ''freakware Network'' connector dialog by clicking the '''fw''' button:<br />
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== Registering Devices == <!--T:19-->The access to ''freakware Network Common Data'', like .pdf manuals, and other general information is available for everyone who is when you're logged in.
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To access ''Custom Data'' like firmware update you need to register your device, what means that you permanently link the device to your user account.
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If you connect your device, you should see something like this (as an example we will use a Microbeast Plus here):<br />
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== Updating Devices == <!--T:25-->
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