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  1. Fallguy

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    I wish DJI would let you download the map for your state and let it stay on the go app instead of having to be close to a WiFi area just before you fly to update the map.
    Is anyone else ( that's not running off 4G ) having problems with this as well?
     
  2. Meta4

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    Are you having problems with map cache ... or are you not aware of how to cache the maps?
     
  3. Fallguy

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    My maps are not caching.
     
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    Did you enable the setting in the Go App?
     
  5. Fallguy

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    I did , but I think now I have it clear cache if it exceeds 2gb . Didn't think that would be an issue. Still let users download state by state so you don't have any problems . IMO.
     
  6. Kman

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    State by state? Those would be HUGE files. You only want to cache the areas you will be flying.

    The 2 gig cache limit has nothing to do with caching maps but rather the FPV footage while you're recording video.