How To Calibrate Your Halo Rover – Hello everyone and welcome back to another of the Halo board tutorial series. Today, we will be going over the quick and easy process of recalibrating your Halo Rover and what issues.
How To Calibrate Your Halo Rover
It can fix now if you start to notice that one side of your Rover seems to turn slower than the other, or the board vibrates or shakes, typically a recalibration is all you need to fix it. These issues usually arise after a hard hit, or a fall, that causes the board to roll over on aside.
Note, if you’ve forgotten your Bluetooth password for the Halo Rover app, this process will also reset the Bluetooth memory, and set the password back to the original, six zeros, and so without further ado, let’s jump into it.
First things first, be sure your Halo Rover is powered off and find yourself a level surface, or floor to work on, to make things simple, find yourself a flat box that you can place the rover on keeping the wheels suspended in the air. This ensures that the rover sits evenly, and isn’t tilting forwards or backward.
Now, when you’re ready, press and hold the power button for three to five seconds, when you see the rear brake light start to flash, you can let go of the power button. The rover is now in the calibrating mode, after a few seconds go ahead and turn the board off again, and that’s it, you’ve completed the recalibration process.
Now, as another side note, if your Rover came with the right assist feature like this racer, be sure to place it on a level surface before powering it on again. Because this reset process will turn right assist back on. We hope this article has been helpful see you guys next time and until then keep on riding.
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