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Phantom 4 Pro won't fly a mission

Having some issues with Map pilot Pro and my P4P v2.
I've made 3 attempts to fly a simple mission around a section of my field, all 3 attempts have had the same failed result. The drone launches and goes up about 6 feet and just hover's, it will move downward slightly, maybe to the side a little, but always stays within 3 ft of the launch site and between 4-6 ft altitude. I hit "STOP" and it does nothing, in fact it only responds to the yaw movements, and only ascends when you push forward on the right stick; It always returns to about 6' altitude. The first two times I did this I grabbed the landing gear and flipped it upside down to stop the motors, the third time it wouldn't shut the motors down.
I was able to fly the mission with my A2S, but it wouldn't accept the pictures to create a map.
I am running the 14 day free trial version of Maps Made Easy.
 
 
 
Brian Warnicke

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Any time you need to take over you can switch the flight mode using the switch on the remote.

It sounds like you might have a problem with the obstacle avoidance system. Try launching in a more open area or turn that off in the DJI app. Looking at your log files this seems to be the issue. 

You should have seen the Aircraft Errors icon flashing orange while this was occurring which should have provided some hint as to what was going on. 

Zane
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There is no reason the Air 2S images would not be accepted. There might have been a warning about the pointing angles but it will still accept them as long as the images are pointed straight down.  

Zane 0 votes
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 this happened to me samely  with p2p v2 few weeks ago but i couldnt to know why the reason . after tring to make my mission i couldnt n this is my error message. some solution?

 

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uLoFlow: Based on that error I would say there is an issue with your vision system. There is either an issue with the sensor, dirt on the optics or there is actually something in the way. Try turning that system off in the DJI app or making sure that the takeoff area is completely clear.

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