I thought bags were a ladies' thing till I bought the Spark and joined one of these forums. And now I see everyone talking about bags. Nice one you got there. Have a great time with your new acquisition. Fly safe.
Make sure the OTG end of the cable is connected to the RC.Can someone tells me what I am doing wrong. I have also a mavic pro platinum. When I connected the controller and tablet using the cable, the spark obviously is on but there is not video on the DJI go app. What I am suppose to do?
I found all my equipment including Spark all fit in my lunch bag. So I bought a new one and now use the old one for drone storage. It is great, side and front pockets. So much cheaper than cases on the market.
I've kept the frequency selector on Auto for 100% of my flights and it works great every time. I fly in congested neighborhoods and open countryside without any issues using one of those parabolic antenna boosters.Do you guys recommend to fly the spark at 2.4 or 5.8ghz?
Controller of Mavic Pro, connects to device, via a normal data cable, not an otg one.It is properly connected, I already have a mavic pro. I am very familiar with the DJI environment but the spark it's different.
It's the short cable that came with the spark for Android. There are two types, USB or USB type c. The strange thing is if I don't connect any cable and just do it via WiFi. The spark and controller communicate without any issue.Controller of Mavic Pro, connects to device, via a normal data cable, not an otg one.
Are you sure, you're using an otg cable, connected with the correct polarity?
iOS or Android?
If android, what usb settings?