Under normal circumstances, the code program of each board and the supporting remote control has completed when the product leaves the factory, so consumers do not need to code again. However, when you accidentally lose the remote control or buy a new remote control or the remote control is damaged and repaired, the code must be completed before use.
Had a new remote come in and it's the new version with the c plug which I like it also has slightly larger case so the grip is better and the wheel is larger which I feel like is going to give ultimately more control but I haven't tested it yet but I was really happy also to find out that it's fully charged and that it has screws in the casing so you can actually take it apart now and maybe replace the battery it also does not have the little tiny pinhole button for the Bluetooth that you just use a combination of keys on the handle to reconnect your board and it did it perfectly the first time that shipment too less than 2 weeks
I had to replace the ESC on my Cheetah K1 (my fault, i did ride on a wet road under the rain) . The new ESC is working good but i did not find information about the pairing method for this remote control to my new ESC, after testing different things, i found that you have to turn on the board, press for several seconds on the power button until it flashes, then on the remote push at the same time on the speed mode button and the gear button (the two button right under the screen), it should do the trick.
works awsomeley couldnt be better, but also lost that omez it didnt come with a cord to wrap on wrist so i lost it..