Turn on transmitter first and then drone. Then open drone deploy app.
After deleting and reloading the app I havn’t had any issues. The only other problem is when I change locations and plan a new flight I get a message during the safety check saying that 2 consecutive points are to far apart. If I go back and delete previous flights it seems to work ok. Is there something I should be doing between flights to eliminate this?
I have a P3 pro and have done everything you guys said it just wont connect with the upgraded app. no connection - have deleted the app and reinstalled. dji go is closed everthing. worked perfectly with the old app. firmware of the latest. android. can anybody please help
Just tried to reinstal everything and it is not working on android tablets and smartphone
We cannot automate flight anymore, just saving the plan
Is there a way to come back on the oldest app?
i’m having the same problem, the only way i can get my p3p to connect with my samsung galaxy s5, is to uninstall the dd app, then force stop the dji app, then, re open the dji app when it asked “use this default usb setting”, say yes, then at least i can fly the drone, but as soon as i install the dd app, it will not connect with the drone, any suggestions? interestingly enough, after i install the dd app, when i do try to connect with the dji (it wont let me connect), if i swipe down it has 4 options for the usb port, battery charger, mpt, midi, or tpt i think, i’ve tried each one of those settings and nothing has worked
On android Lollipop versions later then 5.0.1, one is not given the choice at the trigger event. One is FORCED by android to make that app you choose then the default. There is no other way to have the app capture the USB port than to choose it at the initial event. One must clert defaults manually with settings. Please let the idiots at Android know that this is not satisfactory. We want the choice. I have no clue as to why these fools have taken a choice away from you, but they did!
This is a little off topic but I have all of the newest software and firmware updates on my Android device and on my Phantom 3. I planned some flights and connected with the Drone deploy app perfectly and then the PreFlight checklist and everything is ok. When I go to press the check mark after the PreFlight checklist is finished I get an error message saying the “radius of the mission is outside the acceptable limit.” I made several other plans with several other fields that are larger and smaller and the same error is occurring. What does this mean and how can I solve this issue?