Eachine F4 Brushed FCB

http://us.banggood.com/Wholesale-Warehouse-Eachine-32bits-F4-Brushed-Flight-Control-Board-Based-On-Openpilot-CC3D-Revolutio-For-Micro-FPV-Frame-wp-Usa-1084264.html

Great info here: https://forum.dronin.org/forum/d/200-eachine-f4-brushed-flight-controler/7

dRonin tune: https://dronin-autotown.appspot.com/at/tune/ahFzfmRyb25pbi1hdXRvdG93bnIYCxILVHVuZVJlc3VsdHMYgICA4Ky5hQsM

…and I’m only now understanding that dRonin is another configurator: http://dronin.org/

Micro 32bits F3 Brushed FCB

Product: http://www.banggood.com/Micro-32bits-Brushed-Flight-Control-Board-Based-On-SP-RACING-F3-EVO-Brush-For-Micro-FPV-Frame-p-1070068.html

Manual: http://img.banggood.com/file/products/20160816214511F3_EVO_Brush%20manual%E8%8B%B1%E6%96%87%E7%89%88%E8%AF%B4%E6%98%8E%E4%B9%A6.pdf

Bootpins: http://forum.banggood.com/forum-topic-234156.html

An Overview of Naze32 versions

http://www.dronetrest.com/t/naze-32-versions-explained-and-what-to-look-out-for/1580

My first “serious” FCB, the Micro SciSky FCB

I used this: http://blog.sam-thompson.info/cleanflight-on-mac-osx/

…to learn that I needed to install this: http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/pages/usbtouartbridgevcpdrivers.aspx

…in order to Cleanflight this: http://www.banggood.com/Micro-Scisky-32bits-Brushed-Flight-Control-Board-Based-On-Naze-32-For-Quadcopters-p-1002341.html

…which was possible after installing the driver and relaunching Cleanflight.

Switches on Tango are currently (left-to-right): AUX3, N/A, AUX2, AUX1

Things I learned:

First time flashing, needed this: http://www.st.com/en/development-tools/flasher-stm32.html

I thought I needed to use the “Flash Loader Demo”, but the technique in this video really did work, allowing me to do an initial firmware flash through Cleanflight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giC5bfjTw68 (NOTE: just be sure that your jumpers are reliably connected to the board)

I’m now flashed to ALIENFLIGHTF1’s latest version.