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  1. WWK888

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    I am so sorry for asking this as I know it has been posted but I just don't get where you get the DJI config file to add to the app. I have looked online and clicked on links but they do not work. I am not that swift when it comes to computers...I appreciate any help provided.
     
  2. msinger

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  3. Sim597

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    Finally added to my IPhone, likely the most I've had to learn on a Mac on 6+ years lol, and I used to build liquid cooled computers that ran chips at -12C, chips as in both the CPU and GPU, no sense in overclocking if your not going to go all the way!
    Anyway, thanks Msinger, I couldn't find "add file" anywhere, so I just dragged and dropped


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  4. makg

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    Excuse my ignorance, but why is adding more channels necessary? Is it just if there is too much 2.4ghz traffic? How do you know which channel to use?
     
  5. N017RW

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    The hack allows access to spectrum/frequencies outside the defined ISM band. This area of the spectrum is much 'quieter' because it's reserved for other [licensed] users. (I do not condone this)
     
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  6. Sim597

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    N017RW doesn't condone the FAA or the FCC violations, most ppl don't, I'm such a boring American, I obey all the most important laws surely, and 98% of all laws important or not.
    I do however indulge in a 1W amplifier on my 9dB Omni Hawking's mounted up high on my roof for the best signal around the house. Some ppl use 8 watt Chinese amps, there's 5 watt ones on eBay for $45-$55 but if your going to put an amp on a 2.4ghz WiFi, do yourself and neighbors a favor and get a US made real amp, Teletronics go from .25W to .5 a watt to 1.0 Watt and won't trash the noise spectrum "floor" and make 1/2 a block useless for everyone else.



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