You can change Betaflight and VTX settings via LUA script remotely from your Jumper T16 radio. In this guide I will show you how to set it up.
The Jumper T16 is officially supported by OpenTX, and finally the stable firmware was released before the end of 2019. In this tutorial I will show you how to flash your T16 and T16 Pro with OpenTX firmware.
If you are getting bad range or unexplained failsafe from your Jumper T16 when flying with the multi-protocol module, the problem could be fixed by frequency fine tuning. Here I will show you how to fine tune frequency setting in the radio.
Here I will list some of the upgrade parts for the Jumper T16 / T16 Pro. Feel free to let me know if there are custom parts that I am missing here!
To take advantage of the Jumper T16’s beautiful color screen, you can upload your very own custom splash image, background image and model images. In this tutorial I will show you how to install these images in the T16.
This tutorial walks you through how to setup the Jumper T16 radio for the first time. I will explain the every aspect of using the T16, from user interface, software to hardware, as well as beginner to advanced tips and tricks.
Here is a little trick that many people don’t know about the Jumper T16 – you can fully customize the color and interface layout of the home screen!
When I was wondering why Jumper took down the product page for the T16, I discovered they are about to release a new radio – the Jumper T16 Pro.
Although the Jumper T16 is running JumperTX firmware which is forked from OpenTX, firmware update procedure is completely different. Instead of using OpenTX Companion, you will have to flash your T16 using SD card. In this tutorial I will show you how.
The FPV community is going to be super excited about the Jumper T16 TX! With the amount of features offered by the Jumper T16 at this affordable price, the popular Frsky Taranis X9D and QX7 are finally facing some serious competition.
The Jumper T12 might be one of the best value radios on the market right now. It’s convenient and flexible as it supports multi-protocol and works with receivers from Flysky, Frsky, Spektrum and most toy quads.