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tcope

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I am sending a quick reply but keep in mind, the Android app has a slightly different look then the iOS app.
 

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Regrettably, this is not unusual for some Android devices. Unfortunately , I have not found a solution as of yet.
 
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I use a Tab A and Go 4 version 4.1.15. I use the offline map for Washington state and it displays in the lower-right corner.
 

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Both the phone and tablet are Android? Here's a screen shot. Obviously, the drone is not connected, but this should clarify what I'm seeing.

Yes, the type of phone (and resolution it is set to) can cause issues. I have a Samsung Edge phone so the number of sats above the icon don't show up on the flat part of the screen. DJI places that right on the "edge" of the screen so it's wrapped around on my Samsung to where it cannot be seen.

Again, even resolution can throw things off.
 

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The "Radar" is supposed to appear in the lower-left corner. I wonder if you were to turn it on it would re-arrange things properly.