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adjust the trim on the controller please watch some beginners videos. In this instance the problem is yaw which is left and right rotation on a helicopter it is affected by the speed of rotation of the tail rotor relative to the speed of main rotor and its gyroscopic effect. the floor cause weird flight effects on helicopters to get the trim precisely set it must be at least 4ft from the ground. but initially just get it to where it is controllable.
could it be that the front propellers are reversed? I believe the top left propeller turns clockwise and the front right counterclockwise. If if that doesn't do it try placing the drone on a flat surface and holding the control with the joysticks at the bottom left and bottom right corners after pairing it with the quad. That's all I have. Good luck...
It's difficult to determine witch trim buttons effect the props. The only way to do this is durring flight. At low power, since you are working with 4 axis, each set of 2 buttons will effect the rotational speed of 1 motor. Typicaly in this set up, the left stick will control power and yaw(up and rotation left and right), while the right stick controls direction and pitch.(forward/reverse and bank left or right) Here is what I think you need. The left side bottom butons, control horizontal control. If you take off and notice the helo going to the left(banking, not turning) click the right button to attain horizontal stability. If you notice it is going slightly forward click the bottom button on the right side of the left stick. The same can be said with the axis control on the right stick. I hope to see this aircraft on youtube, as there is a shortage of these flying stabile anywere. good luck.