The map is displayed in DJI GO where you cached it. When your mobile device is disconnected from the Internet, the map images will be displayed from the locally cached copy instead of downloading them in real-time from the Internet as you scroll around on the map (like what happened while you were caching the map images) and/or it moves on its own as you fly.where do I find the map I just cached?
None. Return to the top level of DJI Go4 if you like.Thank you for your help, but I am missing something. There may be a presumption I know something I don’t know. And, that may be the way cached maps are used/operate.
What are the next steps after zooming in/out?
I've lost the cache too many times. If I really need that map/satellite imagery, I won't even shut the app down. I'll just keep the device alive, on a charger, until I arrive at the site. If reloading isn't an option, and the imagery is important and/or its a considerable drive, I can't afford to lose that precious cache.Disable cellular and/or Wi-Fi on your mobile device and start DJI GO. If you can see the map in the flying location, then it was cached properly.
you can close DJI Go4, it will still be thereNone. Return to the top level of DJI Go4 if you like.
Now, don’t close DJI Go4 or reboot your device prior to using the cached map.
When you arrive at the location, the cached map will be present as usual in DJI Go4, even if you could not download it at that location for lack of WiFi or whatever.
DJI Go4 itself provides the only user access to the cache.
I've cached map of lanzerote, flown there two days later with iPad turned off and the maps are still there.I finally got it.
1. Enable map caching.
2. zoom in/out on the map, with internet connection.
3. Close WiFi (internet) connection.
4. Leave the app open, so you don’t lose the map on the screen.
5. Drive to the mapped location.
6. Connect controller and Mavic Pro.
7. Now use the map on the screen