Syma X22W

Discussion in 'Ready to Fly Quads' started by Yves, Jan 2, 2018.

  1. Yves

    Yves New Member

    Hello all.

    Chrismast gifts this year... 3 Drones, 1 for every male of the family. Looks likes it isn't a woman thing.

    I've bought the X22W drone because it'S cheap and has a lot of value for the money. dawn are we having fun with those quads.

    Now the problem: i'm unable to use the app (syma go or syma FPV) with them. I'M able to connect with the quad but nothing works afterward and that on all 3 three quads and from differents phones.

    I did go somewhere where is no other wifi network but didn't work either.

    Any suggestions ?
  2. mozquito1

    mozquito1 Well-Known Member

    Get in touch with the manufacturer,
    The app mayhave changed.
    The app that was in my instructions didn't work & had to use another.
    There is that many toys out there now.
    It's hard to keep up. Most of my knowledge is with self builds mainly acro 2xx size. We can help with broken gears & a bit of stuff. But it's hard when you ain't got it in front of you. Hopefully someone with the same problem has an answer. Good luck though.
  3. Yves

    Yves New Member

    Any ideas to how to reach Syma's support? I can't find any informations on their website.

  4. mozquito1

    mozquito1 Well-Known Member

    Your best bet is look on YouTube.
    I know quadcopters101 will have almost definitely done a review on this & runs through all the stuff.
  5. Jackson

    Jackson USA member at large

  6. Yves

    Yves New Member

    I've finally found the solution.

    The phone needs to have a SD card inserted for the application to work.

    Weird stuff !!!!

    Thanks to all for your help
  7. timtak

    timtak New Member

    My son's Syma X22W won't start up -- the lights don't come on -- after first charging. Any suggestions?

    He says that while he did bump it, it was working still until the charge ran out. The battery appears to be charged, showing a brief flash of light at the charger when connected to the mains before going out, to indicate that the batter is charged.

    Someone says in an onlinle store review that the batteries can be faulty. I am wondering whether to take a chance on purchasing a couple more batteries.
    Last edited: Jun 18, 2018
  8. Jackson

    Jackson USA member at large

    Get or borrow a cheap multimeter, nothing fancy is needed and check the voltage when it comes off the charger, should be ~4.2V
  9. timtak

    timtak New Member

    Thanks. I could do that to the battery too. I have a cheap multimeter.
    I have ordered some more batteries.
  10. Jackson

    Jackson USA member at large

    I meant the battery when it comes off the charger. :)
  11. timtak

    timtak New Member

    Thanks, yes. I will test that battery with my cheap multimeter tomorrow.

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