- Nov 4, 2016
Well, Bought glasses on pre-order and received them last week. Worked FANTASTIC for 2 days. Then was prompted to update the glasses. I did. Now glasses work prefect, except for flying - I did mention I bought the 'Drone Edition', right? Anyway, DJI GO 4 app seems okay except for the map - it is in Chinese. We all know the issue is related to DJI switching from Google maps to Here so no need to go further into that. Just wanted everyone to know I tried everything, even side loading from APKs to get the Go 4 app to work. No success.. Installed Google maps & DJI GO 4. Contacted Epson, they place blame on DJI; say nothing can be done on their end. DJI needs to reconfigure the app. No time frame for this to happen (Partners?). Contacted DJI - they did a Sargent Schultz on me - "we know nothing". Epson offered to send me a replacement pair of glasses with the original firmware (once updated no going back). I elected to just return and get refund and have to jump through some hoops even to do that. I'm holding off until/if this is worked out. When Epson advertised the glasses as having 'partnered' with DJI I understood that to mean more just than that the glasses came with the DJI GO app pre-downloaded. I figured the 'partnership' to mean, well, what the word actually means, Be assured, it does not. If the glasses are going to be used for anything but flying (I did mention theses are the 'Drone Edition', right) the're fine. Just don't expect to fly safely and have any idea where your bird is if used to fly.