Same thing, updating from 1.10 to latest, got error at 5 % and since than nothing.Thank you all for the rapid responses.
The update was performed within a Windows 10 Enterprise OS running the official SkyRc software under a Windows 7 compatibility environment.
No issues were experienced prior to initiating the update routine.
The update was initiated by selecting the update firmware option (following detection of the new v.1.03 firmware) transitioning the screen to its blank state immediately. At this point the update was then observed to flag up an "err.2 start vector" roughly 10% into the process (~5seconds in), terminating the update routine. Re-starting the update proved to be unsuccessful.
The USB hardware is now no longer identifiable (previously a Custom HID device) and power cycling does not recover the charger to its original state. A blank illuminated screen is all that remains regardless of whether powered through the USB port or DC mains.
I have e-mailed SkyRc and will post an update here in due course.
Once again, many thanks for the rapid responses.
While the HW is good (well besides the sparking when I connect the power brick), the SW support and documentation is somewhat worse. Their notice about "approved for XP SP3" is something, they may wake up and realize XP is kinda dead system. I used 7 even though I still have one machine with XP (but I won't be dragging this thing elsewhere to update FW and back!), even 7 is obsolete in 2017 according to most windblows fanatics, and they rely on XP? Rly? Anyway, nice, it really did not take long to screw this thing up.
Wonder how cdm191 solved that, but I guess I'll just take it back to store for replacement. Possibly ask the distributor to update the FW themselves, when it is so reliable, I just don't want to have anything in common with that.