Do you think you missed the battery update when you updated aircraft to 1.0.4? The battery data has been available since launch.
You can check the versions within the app, if it is not the latest you will be warned.Guys I want to ask a question here, please do help me out with figuring out why this is the way it is! When I got my baby drone (Mavic Mini - a lil, beautiful, gorgeous one) the Firmware was at version 1.0.3, and the DJI FLY Application was also at 1.0.3. Then some days later the update came out, the 1.0.4 but it was not published to the Google Play Store! So I updated the craft's firmware to 1.0.4 and then I got a link in a forum pointing to DJI's website and an Android apk installation file. I remember that it still said 1.0.3 in the site but it was in fact the 1.0.4 version.
So now its the 1.0.6 version for the DJI FLY Application. Not sure if there is a new firmware now, I updated the app itself though. And again in the Google Play store it was the old version and I had to go to the site again to some adhoc link to get the latest Application.
So why is it like this? why aren't the updates all normal, we have to go to DJI's site for the latest software and firmware - which is not a problem for me at all. Just asking why its lie this?
PS: hopefully I also update my battery at some point in time as I've never had to do that. My Mavic Mini is so beautiful, I love it so very much that I even sleep with it near my bed, so that when I wake up its one of the very first things I see - makes my day all positive! The lil fella (drone) is just so stable and flies similar to bigger drones.