Been playing with this for a few days now.
The stable (1120) version would not work, app was slow to start and FCC mode not active.
So last night I un-installed it and loaded the beta version (1185) which does work, confirmed by the position of the 1km text in the transmission tab. I restarted a few times and worked each time so think I’m good to go.
I’ll do some flying tests when weather improves
Been flying the Mavic 3 for a week or two now just local within VLOS of course, but at the bottom of my garden we have a row of 5 HUGE Maple Trees that are very old & tower well above everything in this area, they cause us no end of hassle every autumn with tens of 1000’s of leaves falling into the garden for a few months, we often say now that if we only knew in advance the hassle & mess they cause from birds/squirrels etc and the drop of leaves, then we probably would have chosen a different house, anyway I digress, back to the subject, I tried using the Spotlight feature on my Mavic 3 yesterday & when this orbits my position in the garden for a few hundred feet radius it looks great, but as soon as the drone gets behind the trees ( of which I can still see the drone through the obscured branches, the signal drops massively & I have to keep the controller above head height to maintain a connection, as soon as the drone comes around the tree line it is full strength again.
So I have last night via DroneTweaks applied the FCC hack to enable full output between the drone & controller ( not the RC Pro unfortunately ) so I will update as to the difference it makes next time I’m off work to repeat the Spotlight Test, just wondering if anyone else has done the hack yet, it’s just a patched latest version of DJI Fly that installs on the phone that then connects to the STD controller of the Mavic 3.
Installed here on old iPhone 7 Plus this evening for the Mini 2. No issues and FCC is enabled.
Just so everyone knows the cost is for a 12 month license. After 12 months the license expires and you need to pay again.