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How to remove way point missions in IOS DJI Go app.

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by QC-pilot, Sep 22, 2015.

  1. QC-pilot

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    Hi, maybe a noob question, but how do I remove the saved´favorite missions?
    And how can I also renamed them.

    QC-pilot
     
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  2. Man.Of.Kent

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    Good question.
     
  3. GadgetGuy

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    All these great questions. Where are the guys with all the answers??? :cool:
     
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    There are probably not many out there, since the whole app experience, changes, improvements are a day to day beta test until the answers are formulated and posted here by some the unpaid help.:D
     
  5. bbfpv

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    Haven't tried, but pretty sure I've read somewhere that if you long press a mission, a delete button will pop up.
     
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  6. QC-pilot

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    Thanks a lot.
    I,ll try that when I,m at home. Renaming is proberly not possible then.
     
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    Swipe the mission to the left to delete it.
     
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  8. QC-pilot

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    Thanks a lot.
     
  9. GadgetGuy

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    Any chance of renaming them through iTunes in the DJI GO Documents section?
     
  10. QC-pilot

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    No succsess yet.
     
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    We'll power through this wall somehow! :cool:
     
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    Has anyone seen them in the DJI GO Documents section. Or, anywhere else?
     
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    They have to be there, unless they are only stored on the aircraft, which I doubt, because you transfer them before flying them, as I understand it.
     
  14. QC-pilot

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    No succsess yet.
    Or I have to use my Samsung device.:D
     
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    Good idea. Smoke 'em, if you got 'em!:cool:
     
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    They might be in a "hidden" directory (directory beginning with a dot). My iTunes running on a PC can't see these. Maybe somebody with MAC could see a hidden directory?
     
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    Yes, let's hear from the Mac hackers! I'm a PC guy living in an Apple world---fish out of water...:confused:
     
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    Enable hidden files/folders in Windows Explorer: Google
    Enable hidden files/folders in Finder: Google
     
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    The only directory accessible through iTunes on a PC is the DJI Documents directory, which is why the channel hack works without jailbreaking. Are all the other files and folders viewable and accessible on a connected Apple device, after displaying all hidden files/folders on the PC itself? Not so sure about that...
     
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    I meant that the iTunes (running on my PC) doesn't display the hidden files or directories. Not, that the PC Windows Explorer isn't displaying them. I think this was clear in what I said.