Auto Takeoff

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  1. Shield2160

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    Is anyone else seeing this problem? When I set up my Mavic and launch the DJI Go app (iPhone 6s) I don't get the auto takeoff icon just the land icon. Any ideas?
     
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    Got a screenshot?
     
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    no but will post next time i fly
     
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    Are you sure you're not referring to the return to home icon?
     
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    No it's the icon on the left side with an arrow pointing down. I had a phantom 3 pro and advanced and always got the up arrow for auto take off. then once airborne it would change to the down arrow.
     
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    more info is needed and a screenshot as well.

    I have seen it not have that icon when it isnt done with the IMU initialization, or you do not have good GPS lock (ATTI Mode). Or there needs to be a calibration before taking off.
     
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