You likely have already done this but a search on this forum for V240 did not yield any hits. As far as I know Skydio has not published a listing of error codes and there definitions.On start up we begin the calibration and just at the end a message pops up V240 Gimbal Issue. No crashes, no near misses… Any thoughts?
Ahhhh the mystery’s of tech!!Thanks for the reply.
I search the web for the error code and there were no replies specific to the v240. There was some mention of a 35 error code(?). The gimbal guard was off, the gimbal moved smoothly etc.
So my trouble shooting steps were to turn the drone off and turn it on again (a la the IT crowd). I did this four times. This brought no joy.
Then I disconnected the controller from the phone, closed the app. Powered everything down and then started up from zero and the gimbal error code disappeared during the calibration period. Perhaps I got lucky, perhaps the issue was resolved.
Regardless I've flown another handful of tasks and changed the batteries multiple times and the issue appears resolved... for now.
Hey Dustin. I'm curious if you have resolved this issue and if the answer came from Skydio them selves and if so, if you could post it here?Hey all,
I use my Skydio 2 frequently for chase videos mainly of ebike, skateboard, scooter reviews. Been working fine until latest update and now I always get the "V240 Gimbal issue" on start-up so it's unusable. Have tried booting every which way and also did a factory reset in settings. Nothing solved it so far. I have just contacted Skydio support today and hope to hear from them and and share what they say on how to remedy the issue.