It is a GPS app that identifies the accuracy of the Fix. Perhaps DJI did not make a song and dance about this change as maybe it fixes some of the crazy fly ways people experience. Most likely a comms error in the Firmware transmission. Im not sure if you can force the firmware update through again. The Phantom, powered on, is now flashing a normal yellow lights vs the solid red. I guess it doesn't have a loader of its own and uses the main board 184.108.40.206 loader..
As you can see from the picture, inside my house I get a GPS Accuracy of 5 Metres. But give it a try and use a different USB cable this time. I followed your instructions, short of a new cable. I'll wait until you bless the version screen before I attempt a flight. Your Hardware version for the GPS model is correct at 220.127.116.11 But the firmware version is not correct its at 18.104.22.168 it should read 22.214.171.124.
Second, I am skeptical that any software can overcome physics and pull in satellites inside a house.
Just re-read your post, sorry, i am pretty sure that that triangle blinking red/yellow is part of the communication error.
maybe reaching here but again, from what i read, i will de-install all and start over. To clarify, your are recommending deinstalling and reinstalling the Mac's Phantom Vision app, right? ra=page=1&lang=en Sorry, missed the red state thing, Just guessing your Phantom is a Republican! To start with, if the Phantom made erroneous GPS indications by a factor of adding 6 we would all be in a lot of trouble.
I haven’t found the command to do that yet, but I guess it should exist somewhere 🙂 If you know how to do that please leave a comment…
For those of you that have decided to NOT perform the lastest firware updates. There is no information on what this GPS update was for but it does improve sat reception.
Hi all, I agree with the comments re the improvement on GPS signal.
I normally receive 0-2 satellites whilst I have my P2VP V3 plugged in for media download or when using the Assistant software. Hopefully this improvement will translate to the great outdoors.
If your GPS module is connected using serial interface you should tick the Send Training sequence in order for the computer to detect the bootloader.
Also if you don’t want to wait to long to upload the firmware you can tick the Use this Baudrate for update check box.
You will also need u Blox u-center software for updating the firmware. First you have to connect to the GPS module by choosing the correct port and baudrate.
For more information on how to do this and how to configure the see this post. You can do this by opening Messages window, navigating to UBX - Firmware Update A firmware update window will appear.
Not to confuse anyone, but I'm also including a screen shot of i OS Vision app BEFORE this reload. I then noticed the "System Error" message on the screen. It sounds like the flickering error you get happens as it attempts to update the GPS firmware. The Two firmware flashes for the main board and GPS are matched. It also looks like you have an old battery in there. Can you post a pic from the "about" from the Vision app verifying the FC 200 camera version?