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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by outbackmac, Aug 23, 2016.
did everyone receive a users guide with there p3 also how do i charge the rc?
The box only contains the quick start guide. You can download the Phantom manual from DJI's website. It explains how to charge everything.
plug it in
Nice answer, plug it in.
I believe iam ready for dji dance for calibration, anything else b4 i make my first flight? oh i have it in begineer mode.
take gimbal guard off it happens sometimes we forget to
Electricity may help.
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Take both gimbal guards off - the big obvious clear plastic one and the small white foam one in the back of the gimbal!
Make sure you push plug all the way into the RC - it can feel like it's in before it actually makes contact. LEDs flash when it's charging.
When using the dji go app for standard p3 how do you know if home point has been updated?
The home point icon will move to the new home point location on the map in DJI GO.
Also the kind lady who speaks to you from the DJI Go app tells you that it has been updated.
As long as you have your device volume turned up.
makes sense have to have volume up. i wasnt sure if it did it automaticly
Which P3 do you have?
Here is the link for the Phantom 3 Standard User Guide:
Am i correct that if you loose power or turn off power to the rc the drone should return to home automaticly?, if so can you simulate this action somehow to know for sure? i tried it in my back yard with no propellers ans shut rc off and motors stoped.
RTH is auto initiated 3 seconds after the remote controller disconnects from the Phantom. The Phantom will return home as long as it's connected to enough GPS satellites. Otherwise, it will auto land at its current location since it does not know how to get back to the home point.
From what I understand, the aircraft must be more than 60 meters away from the remote control for the true RTH to function. If within 60 meters, the aircraft will simply land where it is. I have read where others have crashed because the drone hit something on the way down because it was not over 60 meters away!
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Or hover in place, if that is set in the options?