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Phoenix Rc Simulator Emulator Dongle 42


Phoenix RC Simulator Emulator Dongle 42: A Guide to Install and Use




If you are looking for a way to practice your RC flying skills without risking your expensive models, you might want to try the Phoenix RC Simulator. This is a realistic and immersive flight simulator that supports a wide range of controllers and models. However, in order to use the Phoenix RC Simulator, you will need a dongle that connects your controller to your computer. This dongle is not easy to find and can be quite expensive. Fortunately, there is a way to emulate the dongle using a software called Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42. In this article, we will show you how to install and use this emulator to enjoy the Phoenix RC Simulator without a dongle.


What is Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42?




Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42 is a software that mimics the function of the original Phoenix RC dongle. It allows you to use any joystick, gamepad, or receiver that is recognized by your computer as a controller for the Phoenix RC Simulator. You can also use it to update the Phoenix RC Simulator to the latest version (6.0 i) and install extra models and flying fields. The emulator is free and easy to use, and it works with Windows 7, 8, and 10.




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How to Install Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42?




To install the Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42, you will need to download the following files:


  • The Phoenix RC Simulator DVD (version 5.5 g) from [here].



  • The Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42 software from [here].



  • The Phoenix RC updates from [here].



  • The extra models and flying fields from [here].



After downloading the files, follow these steps:


  • Extract the Phoenix RC Simulator DVD file and run the setup.exe file. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the simulator.



  • Extract the Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42 file and run the phoenixrc.exe file. This will launch the emulator and create a virtual dongle on your computer.



  • Run the Phoenix RC Simulator from your desktop shortcut or start menu. You will see the start screen with the version number (5.5 g) on the lower left corner.



  • Click on Advanced and then Install an update. Browse to the folder where you downloaded the updates and select the first update file (PhoenixRC_5.0.a_5.5.k_update.pkg). Wait for the update to finish and then restart the simulator.



  • Repeat step 4 for the remaining update files (PhoenixRC_5.5.k_to_5.5.l_update.pkg and PhoenixRC_5.5.l_to_6.0.i_update.pkg). After applying the last update, you will have the latest version of the simulator (6.0 i).



  • If you want to install extra models or flying fields, copy the .pkg files to C:\Users\\Documents\PhoenixRC\Downloaded\Models\User-Made or C:\Users\\Documents\PhoenixRC\Downloaded\Sites\User-Made respectively. If you have .phx files instead, copy them to C:\Users\\Documents\PhoenixRC\Downloaded\Models\User-Made only.



How to Use Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42?




To use the Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42, you will need to connect your controller of choice to your computer. You can use any joystick, gamepad, or receiver that is recognized by your computer as a joystick device. You can also use a wireless receiver by connecting it to a USB power source.


After connecting your controller, follow these steps:


  • Run the phoenixrc.exe file to launch the emulator. You will see a window with a list of available controllers.



  • Select your controller from the list and click on OK. The emulator will create a virtual dongle that matches your controller.



  • Run the Phoenix RC Simulator from your desktop shortcut or start menu. You will see the start screen with the version number (6.0 i) on the lower left corner.



  • Click on System and then Your Controls. You will see a window with a list of available controllers.



  • Select your controller from the list and click on Calibrate. Follow the instructions on the screen to calibrate your controller.



  • Click on OK to save your settings and return to the start screen.



  • Click on Fly Now and choose a model and a flying field. You can also customize your settings, such as weather, time, wind, etc.



  • Enjoy flying with the Phoenix RC Simulator and the Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42.



Conclusion




Phoenix RC Simulator is a great way to practice and improve your RC flying skills without risking your models. However, it requires a dongle that can be hard to find and expensive to buy. With the Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42, you can use any controller that is recognized by your computer as a joystick device and enjoy the simulator without a dongle. You can also update the simulator to the latest version and install extra models and flying fields. The emulator is free and easy to use, and it works with Windows 7, 8, and 10. We hope this article has helped you to install and use the Phoenix RC Emulator Dongle 42. Happy flying!


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