So here's the situation... I have the P3A. I was flying the drone around and all was good, but then I started to get a bit a weak signal - the drone was about 1500 feet away with some tree interference. I tapped the "Land" icon by mistake in the DJI Go app, I meant to tap the "Return to Home" icon. The landing had been initiated. When I realized what I had done, I immediately tapped the "Red X" to cancel the Landing operation. However, at this point, I received a messaage that the command "Timed Out". Then, the app showed that I no longer had any connection to the drone. My assumption was that the drone would realize that it had lost it's connection to my remote control, cancel the landing operation (since my cancel command failed due to the time out), and Auto-Return Home. Well... I was certainly wrong. I waited a couple of minutes expecting to either see the drone returning, and/or have the connection re-established. Neither of those things happened, so I quickly jumped in the car and drove to the last known point on the map that app reported location of the drone. Sure enough, when I arrived at that location, my drone had safely landed (by sheer luck). If it had landed 10 feet away, it would've been in a tree or water I immediately checked the settings in DJI Go app, and it set to Auto-Return Home when a disconnection occurs. Obviously, I would like to avoid a potential disaster in the future, and obviously it was my fault for accidentally tapping the "Land" button, but I'm wondering why/how the drone actually landed while disconnected. Shouldn't it have returned home?