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  1. AMP_75

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    Hello,
    With DJI go on ANDROID smartphone, can the home point be moved automatically during the flight?
    I met the problem recently and my drone left crashing in trees, at about 1 km of its initial starting point, in RTH mode ...
    Fortunately, I could found it.
    But I do not remember having modified the home point myself ...
    Thank you for your help
     
  2. msinger

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    It should not be automatically moved after take off. If you upload your TXT flight log here, we can review it to see if it shows what happened.
     
  3. AMP_75

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    Hello,

    Sorry, I can't upload the file.
    Maybe it's to big, 2Mo ?
     
  4. msinger

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    You could upload it to a site like Dropbox.com and then link it back here.
     
  5. AMP_75

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    Here are flight record datas and some screenshots of the flight : at the beginning, the Home point is on the right, then it moves itself (?) to the left at a distance of 1.3 km and on the third picture, the drone flies to the new Home point in RTH mode. 1_BEGINNING.png 2_Changing_Home_point.png 3_Return_to_home_before_crash.png
     

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  6. Sky Pirate

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    Hmmm, interesting!

    Did YOU initiate the RTH or was it done automatically by your system?

    Was there any power lines in the area?

    What was the weather like (any chance of strong static interference)?