I ran mission planner Mandatory hardware calibrations
Everything went fine
WITHOUT PROPELLERS: I arm with button and arm with RC and EVERYTHING goes well and motors spin CCW (1 & 2) and CW (3&4) as expected - When I push motors they spin fast as expected. - WITH PROPELLERS: I put the propellers respecting CCW and CW, ARM with button and RC then motors start to wiggle left and right (like an engine without Gas) and some time one motor (out of 4) starts spinning
the escs will have a low speed protection, because your propellers are so big it thinks the motor is stuck and is cutting power. Unfortunately, I don’t think there is a way to change the settings on those ESCs. they look like rebranded simonk escs from years ago, they dont support any modern esc signals like oneshot or dshot.
Those ESC’s are not capable of Dshot or Passthru to BLHeliSuite. So set MOT_PWM_TYPE back to default (0). You have MOT_SPIN_ARM set higher than MOT_SPIN_MIN. Set these back to default. Take the props off and in Mission Planner go to the Motor Test screen and starting at the default setting confirm the motor order and direction are correct. READ THE NOTE AND CLICK THE LINK to be sure you understand the order the test runs in. If all is well at this point increase the throttle % incrementally and confirm the motors are responding in increasing speed.
Based on the motor size you say you have (what size props?) I don’t think 2S power would get you off the ground even if they did spin with props on. As @geofrancis says replace those with some BLHeli_32 ESC’s and then you won’t have to worry about ESC calibration (not required) and there are other advantages.