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Has anyone solved Disconnect/No Signal problem?

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by deepeshdotcom, Oct 19, 2015.

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  1. Fix it, Myself

  2. Fixed by DJI

  3. I still have the problem sometimes

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  1. deepeshdotcom

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    Has anyone fix/solve this No Signal/ Disconnected problem with DJI App?
    Please share how did you fix it,
     
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  2. deepeshdotcom

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    I fixed it by disabling the Google play service.
     
  3. bbfpv

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    Um, what version of the Go app, what device, what version OS on the device, what model bird, what have you tried?
     
  4. deepeshdotcom

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    I have p3p, nexus 7 2013, latest version on Android and dji go.
     
  5. deepeshdotcom

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    Try disabling the Google play services
     
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    Also try doing a factory reset on ur tablet..I had the same problems, tried everything and read somewhere to do the reset and reinstall only the dji go app and so far I haven't had any no signal issues in 3 batteries...gonna try to fly a little more today, been very windy in southwest florida the past few days
     
  7. Poundofnuts

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    ImageUploadedByPhantomPilots1445540136.466337.jpg I'm betting it has to do with ios9 and the updates. But then again, IOS 9 and 1.4 were both released lately, so it could be just isolated to the 1.4 software upgrade.
     
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    I am on android and had the same problems...so it's not just an ios issue...flew again today just one battery because of this **** wind, but not one "no signal" issue...hopefully this wind dies down soon so I can get further out...but it was happening randomly at different distances whether it be 5ft away or 2700ft away...again after factory reset of tablet (Nvidia shield ) not one no signal after 4 batteries
     
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    Rebinding my controller solved it. 2013 nexus 7 is my device.
     
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  10. Poundofnuts

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    I wonder just how widespread this problem is. It seems like others are having the same issue, but nobody has a real cause or a real fix for the problem. Seems to be different in each situation.
     
  11. deepeshdotcom

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    I think everyone already had or will encounter one day. There is no full proof solution to the problem, thing working for one bird might not work for another one. For me disabling the google play service on my Nexus 7 did the trick.. there are people who just had to reinstall the app and there people who tried everything but nothing worked so had to send it back to DJI.
     
  12. EPT160

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    Was running a Samsung Galaxy S6 phone which technically has the grunt, but I think running to much bloatware.

    Purchased a dedicated Galaxy Tab S2 and uninstalled as much bloatware as I could and disabled the following:

    ANT radio service
    ANT+Plugins Service
    Briefing
    Chrome
    com.samsung.android.sdk.spenv10
    com.sec.android.ofviewer
    Configupdater
    Drive
    Excel
    Galaxy Apps
    Google App
    Google Contacts Sync
    Google Partner Setup
    Google Play Music
    Hangouts
    Market Feedback Agent
    MyScript Resource Manager
    OneGrive
    OneNote
    PowerPoint
    Samsung Billing
    Samsung Gallaxy
    Samsung Gallexy Life
    SapaMonitor
    Setup Wizard
    Shot & More
    Skype
    Software update
    Word
    Youtube

    Have now used with both DJI GO and Litchi and have not had app crashes or disconnects in about 10 flights ... but still testing. Also turned off all updates in Playstore app and on Tab where possible.

    I'm not an android expert and would love to know if there any other apps I can add to the listf??
     
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    Things like high humidity, and hazy sky's as well as cloud cover can impact satellites penetration ability to reach your craft. Have you ever noticed that if you carry your P3 out to another location to launch from and the controller starts shouting atti mode atti mode, Well you hand is covering the GPS receiver. Imagine 80,000 ft plus of atmosphere above saturated with moisture, dust, clouds etc. Sorta just the way it is.
     
  14. Poundofnuts

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    I've always had the live feed camera view work without a problem inside my house, which obviously is not impacted by the clouds, roof, etc. The satellites for the green "safe to fly" are required to have a clear view of the sky. That is a not the problem, the problem is no live video feed, coupled with a red "no signal".
     
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