I got onto DJI about it and they said that that feature (active track) won't work in a GEO zone. I'm not within an FAA zone but I am within a DJI zone. (I'm miles from any airfield and much further from a main airport) although DJI's GEO zones seem to cover most of the eastern seaboard)
DJI said I need an unlocking license, which I now have but before I install it (I've read that they can cause issues in themself) does being on the very outer reaches of a DJI GEO zone prevent active track use?
If any knowledgeable person feels like checking my zone for me, I am situated right on the west side of Sandy Point State Forest in King William County, VA
It was pretty disappointing buying an expensive drone specifically wanting to use that feature then finding you've had your wings clipped!
Thanks for any help/info.