Welcome to our FAQ area for LiteHawk CLICK AUTO. Tips and tricks, along with step by step User Guides are right here. Check our Overview video for even more info!

LiteHawk CLICK AUTO Features:

  • AUTO feature allows for AUTO Take-Off, AUTO Altitude Hold and AUTO Landing! All at the touch of a button!
  • 2.4Ghz 4 Channel radio lets you fly without the fear of losing signal. Not to mention there are no set channels, so you can fly multiple quads with your friends at the same time!
  • Fully Digital Stabilization with Integrated LED light system
  • Micro SD Card and USB Reader included
  • LED lights are white in the front and red at the rear, so it's easy to tell direction when you are flying!
  • Advanced "Low Battery" warning system protects your on-board battery!
  • Adjustable flight modes with Auto Flip feature
  • Factory Assembled & Ready to Fly
  • Includes rechargeable lithium battery and USB charger.
  • Fly Indoors and Out!
  • Lithium battery and USB Charger included
  • Reusable packaging so you can easily store your toy and keep all the accessories together!

    How to charge the LiteHawk CLICK AUTO:

    Your LiteHawk CLICK AUTO comes with a LiPo battery which is inside the model. The rechargeable Li-Po battery provides the power to propel your model at high speeds. You should expect 3-5 min run time. However you do need to make sure to properly maintain your Li-Po Battery.
    - Li-Po batteries don’t like to be run down too low. If the voltage is dropped dramatically they will be damaged and will not recharge! Once the model starts to slow, drive your model to a safe place, walk over and turn it off.
    - It is recommend to charge the battery after your run and to always store the battery with a charge. Never discharge or dead short a Li-Po battery!

    Always have your model turned off when not in use. Make sure the switch is turned OFF.

    1/ Plug the USB into your computer, TV, or USB charger. The LED light on the USB will turn RED.

    2/ Plug the other end of the cable into your Litehawk CLICK AUTO battery port located at the side of the model. Do not force the plug, it only goes in one way. The model must have the power switch in the OFF position. The LED light on the USB will turn OFF. 


    3/ Charge time can take up to 30 minute (shorter if charging for the first time). Once charged the LED light on the USB will turn back to solid RED.

    Tip: If storing for more than 24 hours it is best to store with a fully charged battery. Failure to do so can damage the battery pack and shorten its useful life.

     Synchronize The CLICK AUTO

    • Turn on the Click and set it down on a level flat surface within 5 seconds from turning it on. All of its lights will be blinking, then the red lights will go solid while the white ones remain blinking.
    • Turn on the Radio and its power light will be a solid red, while giving a couple of audible beeps.
    • Move the left ( throttle stick ) stick up and you will hear a beep, then move the stick down, and you will hear another beep. The CLICK AUTO'S lights will blink rapidly for a second and then then will go solid, indicating that the drone and the radio are now bound.


    • If your Micro SD card is not in the drone or is full when you Synchronize it. A red light will blink in the body of the drone.

       Rotor Blade Care

      • Light contact with walls or foreign objects will curl the tips of your rotor blades up.. you should try and avoid this.
      • Heavy contact with walls or foreign objects may break your blades or possibly damage your motor! Try to turn your power right off, if you know that you are going to crash.. this may save you from damaging your drone!
      • Hair or Dust balls are easy to pick up into the rotors.. usually they are very apparent and will quickly stop your ability to fly.. but sometimes they can hide under the hub of the blade and not be seen! If a motor seems slow and not right you should remove the blade to check for debris!

       Blade Removal

      • Grasp the Blade firmly between the thumb and finger with one hand, right at the hub of the blade, while holding the drone firmly with the other. Pull! It will come off. To replace, just press back on firmly. Give it a quick flick with your finger to make sure that it spins freely!


      Blade Replacement

      • If you have to replace a rotor blade with a new one.. or you have to remove more that one at a time! Be aware that the blades are all different and the the exact one has to replace it. The blades have opposing pitches.. if you look at them you can see that the pitch angle of the two front blades is opposite of each other.. same with the back blades as well. The right blade has to be put back onto the right motor.. or it won't fly! To help with this, there is a letter stamped onto the top of the blade.. so that you can match it correctly! There is also a matching letter stamped into the body of the drone, right by the motor, so that you can't forget! 

           Micro SD Card Management

          • Insert the included microSD card into CLICK as shown below. It'll latch into position when inserted fully. To remove it, push the card in a bit and it'll unlatch as you release it.
          • If you fly CLICK without the microSD card inserted, a red light on CLICK will blink quickly to indicate the absence of the card.
          • To retrieve photos and videos, remove the microSD card and insert it into the included USB adapter or an SD adapter (not included). Insert into your computer (USB or SD port) and use your file manager to copy, cut or delete photo and video files.
          • You can also use the adapter to format your microSD card. Either use your file manager's formatting functionality or download and install the official SD Association formatting tool.

           Your LiteHawk Drone is equipped with a barometric sensor which allows for Altitude hold capability. The Drone will maintain your desired height while flying. 

          ALTITUDE HOLD: You will notice the left stick is spring loaded. To gain or increase altitude (height) push the stick up. To lower altitude (height) push down. Once you get to a desired altitude release the stick and the drone will stay at that height.
          The left control stick (throttle) is now spring loaded and rests in the center position. If you want to climb just push up on the throttle stick and release when you reach your desired height. To lower the drone’s height just push down on the throttle stick.

          AUTO TAKE OFF: Press the Auto Take off button to launch your drone. This will launch your drone to a comfortable height (Exact height may differ).

          AUTO LAND: Press the Auto land button and the drone will land itself.