Since PhoenixSim is now fully out of business and there is no customer support left whatsoever I consider it to be abandonware and I feel I can share files for support and community purposes to those still using the software. You still need a dongle to use it. If original copyright holders wish to take these files down for a valid reason they can contact me.
You can also use any joystick or anything else that is seen as joystick if you use a emulator. Download the emulator HERE and check THIS video on how to use it. As an example Spektrum WS2000 works fine.
Phoenix Sim is also still online! Ballie from Netherlands has grabbed the phoenix-sim-online.com domain and is hosting a server! More info here. So the native online flying is again possible, enjoy Phoenix with friends again!
Most people generally have success using a 22-in-1 universal flight simulator dongle or similar. Don't know if it works with the Radiolink AT9 though. If it has a standard 3.5mm trainer port you could try to use that one as described in the manual.
As for the AT9 - most people generally have success using a 22-in-1 universal flight simulator dongle or similar when connecting the radios. Don't know if it works with the Radiolink AT9 though. If it has a standard 3.5mm trainer port you could try to use that one as described in the manual
It's very hard though since every single controller/transmitter/radio gives different output, along with all the different dongles/cables etc. and operating system that there is. So often it is unavoidable to do some manual setting up on the radio itself anyway.
I have some old 4 channel controller connected via (again, old) ATMega64-based USB "dongle" (really, it is embedded into controller case, so not exactly dongle). It shows at Windows as standard joystick (without any 3rd party drivers), but with unusual channel mapping (I don't know why): Throttle (left hand, vertical) is "X Axis", Yaw (left hand, horizontal) is "Rudder", Pitch (right hand, vertical) is "Y Axis" and Roll (right hand, horizontal) is "Throttle" according to windows standard "Game controller properties / Test".
I just got the Orange DRX transmitter from hobbyking with the simulator dongle package, and cannot get it to work/recognize it for free rider. I am running the latest Mac OSX as well. Just wondering if anyone knows if it is possible to use this with fpv freerider and if not, other simulators that would work!??? 2b1af7f3a8