You can see the installed drivers in the “add or remove programs” section in windows. Any recognized device also visible under “device manager”. Just don’t forget to choose “show hidden devices” under view.
I also saw the constant green light but in my case, I couldn’t make the connection with the Mission Planner. So, thanks to my genius instincts, I reset the ground module’s settings. That led to connection lost
Further update for my case.
I finally said “enough” and went with UDP connection because no matter what I do, I can’t make the telemetry modules work. So, once I configure everything. I tested the radio controller. I increased the power. It didn’t take off.I realized, I mounted the propellers wrong. I fixed it. Then I crashed the drone because I have walls indoors rigghttt?
I went outside. It flew up to 20 meters and then I wanted to land it. I had the same issue as it was in the videos. My channels needed to be reversed. As soon as I realized that I panicked and my drone crashed again
The final test was to see if my radio controller has the proper channel settings. It was correct but I crashed again and broke my SD Card. Tomorrow I’m going to buy a new one. So, I need to calibre everything from scratch
It is fun though. And Caleb if you are reading this, I’ll try to find a way to setup a proper 4G connection to these drones. If I can make it work or find a great documentation, I’ll send a link to you. Maybe, telemetry modules are just gateaway drug to buying DJI drones