Is that something I need to send you or will the app automatically send?
Update - Flew again today and the app connected, flew the mission without crashing and even orbited. The only problems were:
- The battery still shows red with % indicating battery issues, but these were fresh batteries at the start of the mission.
- No photos were taken... Kinda a big deal and a waste of my time.
Update #2 - Installed Drone Deploy on full size iPad and went to the same location. The mission started fine, battery indicator was correct and it started taking images. So far so good.
Then on the last leg of the flight, the app said that the drone had "deviated from the expected flight path and may need to be brought back home". I watched it fly out to the end of the run and hover. Pressed home and it came back.
Once it had landed, I pressed Continue on the App, which seemed to accurately show the remaining run to make. Drone took off and flew to the correct location and started taking images again. It was about this time, my iPad gave me a temperature warning and said I had to cool it off. Now, the ipad was in the shade the entire time but it is 88 outside here now - heat's a factor maybe?
I ran the air-conditioner trying to cool off the iPad but the Drone started coming home on it's own anyway, thankfully. Something is either causing the iPads (2 completely different ones) to run too hot that it impacts processes or else there is just a temperature range that makes using this software in the middle of the day in summertime hit or miss.
I do know that I have run this successfully in the middle of the day in nearly the same conditions without any problems (crashing anyway) so my only guess is that there is something with either the latest DD upgrade or the DJI firmware update.