OK! Taking them apart is not that painful. The trick, should you attempt, is to disconnect the magnetometer plug and push it and the cable into Arm #2. Once the plug/cable are free and out of the way, the entire board can be carefully lifted up at an angle...the SD card is "right there" and easily accessable.Oh update on the second drone i did a factory reset to the controller and it back to the solo software meaning not the open solo software. The previous owner did something or more than something wrong he also told me that he tried to update it multiple times using solex, sidepilot etc so maybe he caused some chaos into it, by the way i just did factory reset to the controller and now that the controller is back to the solo software i have successfully paired the copter the reset button still does nothing but at least now i can see also the copter content in winscp so now im having 2 drones, on one i can do experiments and if everything goes well i will simply replycate on my brand new one. I have just seen a disassembly tutorial on this and since wow this thing has so many parts i think i will try before the ssh way and then if something goes wrong will try the sdcard way, hoping when i reassemble it i will reassembly it all correctly hehe!
Thanks! I had the same question.. did any Solo's ship from 3DR with something other than CubeSolo? It wasn't clear if the 'green' and 'orange' were running updates from the factory, or always user-done mods/updates after-sale..Go with the CubeSolo. It's almost 100% certain that's in your bird. I just upgraded a Solo for a friend - CubeSolo. Mine is as well. The Green Cube was an original "fix" for SOLO that dealt with an electrical signalling issue - the OpenSolo 4 firmware addressed that issue, allowing the safe use of the original, stock Cube. Again, Best Luck John (CharlieKeck)
Hi Maxwell -I don't know about that. The implication is that the original SOLO had the CubeSolo,Thanks! I had the same question.. did any Solo's ship from 3DR with something other than CubeSolo? It wasn't clear if the 'green' and 'orange' were running updates from the factory, or always user-done mods/updates after-sale..