Supported Aircraft


Aircraft
Model
Supported
Notes using DJI GO
Notes using 3rd party Apps
Phantom 3 Standard Short Battery Serial
  4K Short Battery Serial
  Advanced Short Battery Serial
  Professional Short Battery Serial
  SE
Phantom 4 Original Short Battery Serial
  Advanced
  Pro
  Pro+ Sync Alternative
Inspire 1 All models Short Battery Serial
Inspire 2 Original Limited bat serial on older iOS
Only one bat is reported
Only one bat is reported
Mavic Pro Limited bat serial on older iOS
Matrice 100 Only one bat is reported Short Battery Serial
Only one bat is reported
  200 Only one bat is reported Only one bat is reported
  210 / RTK Only one bat is reported Only one bat is reported
  600 Limited Battery Info
Only one bat is reported
Short Battery Serial
Only one bat is reported
  600 Pro Limited Battery Info
Only one bat is reported
Only one bat is reported
Spark Limited bat serial on older iOS
Detailed notes
Short Battery Serial Older versions of 3rd party apps may report a shorter, encoded battery serial number, which will automatically create a new battery.

Workaround: Batteries can be merged to resolved this issue, making one battery use multiple serial numbers.


Limited Battery Info As of DJI GO 3.1.11, Battery information in the log is limited. So temperature, cell deviations and amperage use are currently not available.


Limited Serial Info As of DJI GO 4.1.0, DJI GO on iOS does not report the battery serial number properly for this aircraft (only about 1% of the iOS flights do). Android is not affected by this and reports the serial number properly.

Workaround: The ability to add batteries manually was added. You can access it via the "Add Battery" link, at the bottom-left of the Batteries page. Once you add the battery, you can then go to the Flight->General->Details screen and choose the correct battery for the flight.


Only one Battery While this aircraft uses more than one battery, only one battery is reported in the flight log.


Sync Alternative The Phantom 4 Pro+ built in screen does not allow the installation of HD Sync.

Workaround: You can install HD Sync on either your Android or iOS device. So the workflow would be:
  1. Fly with P4P+
  2. Sync your flights in DJI GO on the P4P+ built in remote (this is explained here)
  3. Open up either your Android or iOS device (make sure you install HD Sync on it)
If you use Android:
  1. Open DJI GO on your tablet and sync the flights.
  2. HD Sync will automatically sync these new flights after about 30-60 seconds.

If you use iOS:
  1. Open up HD Sync, and choose to sync your flights.


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