The aircraft will automatically identify which certification is appropriate according to your location, and you cannot switch between them manually.
To install the propeller guards, please refer to this video:
1. In P-mode, or Positioning Mode, both GPS and the Vision Positioning System are active, and your Phantom 3 will attempt to stabilize using both.
2. In A-mode, or Attitude mode, the aircraft does not use GPS or the Vision Positioning System. Only the barometer is used for stabilization. The aircraft can still return to the Home Point as long as a sufficient GPS signal is available.
3. In F-mode, or Function mode, activates Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC) functionality. Please refer to the IOC section in the Appendix of the User Manual for more details.
Keep an eye on the direction of antennas. The remote controller antennas should be positioned parallel to and facing towards the aircraft. For more details, please refer to this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7M9JtfVwQE
For iOS, turn on Hardware Decoding, or try other mobile devices. Upgrade the DJI GO app and the aircraft firmware to their latest versions. Also, try switching channels manually in Image Transmission Settings.
If the issue cannot be fixed, take a screenshot of Image Transmission Settings page in the app and sent it DJI Support.
Move to a different environment free from interference. Try to switch between channels Image Transmission Settings manually.
If the issue cannot be fixed, remove and reinsert the cables between the gimbal and the aircraft.
If the issue still occurs, please contact DJI Support.
IOS: iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 3, and iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular. This app is optimized for iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
Android: Samsung NOTE4, Samsung NOTE3, Google Nexus 9, Google Nexus 7 II, SONY Z3 EXPERIA.
Support for additional Android devices will become available as testing and development continues.
After you have finished practicing in the simulator, you can exit by tapping the home icon in the top left. If it’s stuck, close the app and turn off both your aircraft and remote controller. Wait 30 seconds and then launch your app, turn on your aircraft and controller again, and you can exit the simulator.
You can also refer to the tutorial videos linked below:
2. For Android devices, please make sure you have turned on USB debugging, and for Samsung devices, you also need to turn on Media (MTP) or Camera (PTP).
3. Check if your cable is working. If not, please change the cable.
4. Check if the USB port is working. Try a different mobile device to confirm the issue.
5. Check if the app is working. If not, please uninstall the current app and install again.
If the issue cannot be fixed, contact DJI Support.
Tutorial Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPuhdZ4l18Q
If so, please uninstall the app and install it again.
If the issue cannot be fixed, send the update log to DJI Support for analysis.
However, it is recommended to only use the SD cards listed below. These SD cards have been tested to ensure compatibility with the DJI Phantom 3. Customers can purchase other SD cards, but their compatibility and stability are not guaranteed. The compatibility of the following SD cards have been tested and therefore are suggested:
1. Lexar 633X Class10 16GB MicroSDHC UHS-I SD card.
2. Panasonic 16GB MicroSDHC UHS-3 SD card.
3. Sandisk Extreme 16GB MicroSDHC UHS-3 SD card.
4. Lexar 633X Class10 64GB MicroSDXC UHS-3 SD card (This is used guaranteed to be compatible with the Phantom 4. We will continue to add it to other products’ compatibility list once it passes compatibility test.)
1. MBps indicates how many megabytes can be written per second (B = byte).
2. Mbps indicates how many megabits can be written per second (b = bit).
3. 1 MBps = 8 Mbps (1 byte = 8 bits)
2. When shooting in 2.7 and with a data rate of 45 Mbps, recording time for a 16 GB SD card is about 48 minutes.
3. When shooting in 1080p at 50, 48, or 30fps with a data rate of 40 Mbps, the recording time for a 16 GB SD card is about 52 minutes.
4. When shooting in 720p or 1080p at 25 or 24fps with a data rate of 25 Mbps, the recording time for a 16 GB SD card is about 84 minutes.