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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by mikesmiley, May 27, 2016.
If you bind C1 or C2 to Battery Info, it's there when you press that button.
The battery life does not display there. DJI removed it from DJI GO a few versions ago.
Why do you want to see battery life during the flights? You should rather monitor battery charge and voltage that you will see when you Press C1/C2 if programmed so.
Battery life is used to check the health of the battery.
I believe what the OP is trying to say is that you can see the real time voltage/battery life pop up for real time flight information regarding the voltage/discharge rate/ect.
Really? Well mine says I'm at 95%
I don't. That's just were it can be found now, if one wants to see it in DJI Go.
No ****, Sherlock..
I'm just pointing out that it can still be found in the app, due to the recent threads asking about that.
At no point did I ask what I should be looking at when flying my aircraft.
I guess you're using an Android device then? It's gone on Apple devices.
Yeah, a Shield k1.
Ah, yes -- I see it on my Shield too.