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DJI Fly cropped flights on iOS


Please note the following known problem with DJI Fly when using an iPhone:

The flight times in DJI Fly do not match the times displayed on Airdata.


DJI Fly App AIRDATA


WHAT EXACTLY IS HAPPENING?

DJI is prematurely uploading flights from the Fly app to their cloud while the drone is still airborne, resulting in incorrect flight times being displayed on Airdata. Typically, the flights on Airdata will be cropped (shorter flight times).

To learn how to properly sync your flight logs using the AirData mobile app, please visit this help page. Also, please see below for how to prevent cropped flights with DJI Fly.


HOW TO PREVENT?

The iOS version of the AirData app is now able to synchronize your DJI Fly flights with your AirData account. Now that the AirData app will sync your Fly flights, it is no longer necessary for the flights to first be synced with DJI's cloud, which prevents the flights from being cropped.

To prevent your flights from syncing with DJI's cloud, please disable "Auto-sync Flight Records" in DJI Fly, which is located under "Profile" "Settings" "Sync Flight Data".

disable auto sync dji fly


To learn how to properly sync your flight logs using the AirData mobile app, please visit this help page.

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