I use the android Drone Deploy free version for all my mapping missions. I sometimes divide large projects in two or more missions and fly them in parallell. I have two identical phones (Huawei P30 Pro), and two identical drones (DJI Mavic Pro v1). I usually have no problem handling the two drones at the same time, only when they happen to return to home simultaneously there is a small risk of collision which has to be managed manually. I have flown like this many times, and I have never had any problems, but yesterday, when I flew two missions, with 4 batteries each, one of the phones switched mission to the one running on the other phone! To be clear, Drone A returned normally, I got the usual “the mission can safely be continued”, I continued the mission. No warning at all that the mission was changed, but after a few minutes i noticed that the drone had continued on mission B instead of mission A. This must be a bug. As I recall, this is what happened:
Drone A returned
Drone B was also returning to home, so there was no time to let Drone A continue.
Drone B returned
Drone A battery was replaced and mission continued, but it continued on mission B not A!
Drone B battery was replaced and mission continued, and it also tried to (correctly) continue mission B
It would be great to have a solution to this. Best regards!