I'm having issues increasing the range at which my Mavic Pro will fly. I have no idea how to change that. Will only fly to a height of 160 feet. I've tried everything
You really have to be more specific about what you mean. Do you mean that you cannot find the maximum flight altitude setting in the DJI GO 4 app, or you found it but you don't know how to change it, or you changed it but it didn't have any effect?160 is the max flight height. Can not change it in DJI go 4 app, nor on the controller. Am I doing something wrong?
I think in wifi it’s locked to those as max settings. And in wifi it’s not using the controller, it’s straight from the phone. Have you checked the switch on the aircraft is not in wifi? There is no switch or similar on the controller- the controller does not use wifi. From memory the mini only uses wifi? The mavic pro uses ocusync (spelling?) OR wifi. So you can fly directly from you phone if you wish (but with much reduced performance/range).I have read the manual. The question is, DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO CHANGE THE PARAMETERS? I don't have the option in WIFI, obviously, and I do not know how to change it on the controller. With my Mavic Mini I can change these settings.
You really should heed the advice given here, sar104 is a legend on this forum - his knowledge is vast. Again, check the switch on side of Mavic, make sure it is not in wifi mode. I have the M1P and have flown 1000ft vlos no problem. I know it'll go further but I can't see it further than that.I have read the manual. The question is, DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO CHANGE THE PARAMETERS? I don't have the option in WIFI, obviously, and I do not know how to change it on the controller. With my Mavic Mini I can change these settings.
And the switch under the flap is def not on wifi? On side of drone. Try switching it to the other position, start up, try, switch it back etc. To see any difference.Max height is 30 meters in sport mode with the controller, and about 250 away from the remote.
That's correct and, as has been pointed out numerous times now, what you are seeing is due to being in wifi mode. If you were in regular RC mode you would see the settings screen that I showed in post #4. So just repeating that you cannot change the settings isn't going to get you anywhere - the problem is the control mode.This is what I am talking about. In the DJI app, it does not allow me to change the Maximum flight altitude & Radius Limits. Refer to earlier post...
Maximum flight altitude and radius limits may be changed in the DJI GO 4 app. Be aware that the maximum flight altitude cannot exceed 1640 feet (500 meters). In accordance with these settings, your Mavic Pro will fly in a restricted cylinder, as shown below: