Today’s question is about drone applications. Can you open multiple applications while flying your drone? Is it a good idea to open a secondary application along with DJI Go 4?
Because some secondary Apps might be prone to glitching, you might need to have DJI Go 4 open at the same time. Will opening multiple drone applications while flying cause any problems? How does DJI Go 4 interact with these secondary applications? Does DJI Go 4 override these secondary applications? Paul also suggests a great hack for completing your mission in case you have airspace authorization from FAA, but not from DJI. How? Tune in to find out. Thanks to the caller for the question. Fly safe!
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- [02:01] Today’s question is about having multiple apps open during a mapping mission
- [02:52] Why do drone pilots need to have multiple apps open?
- [03:04] Will DJI Go 4 override settings of other secondary apps?
- [04:45] Should you run DJI Go 4 if your secondary app is glitching?
- [05:30] Can you fly with airspace authorization from FAA but not from DJI?