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Interference (black blocks) in DJI Go4 app after update firmware
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fans91272f76
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Hello,

I have updated my DJI Mavic Pro drone tot the latest firmware. When I use de latest DJI 4 app I have problems with the live view. I see on the top of my Iphone screen "black blocks" appearing. You don't see the "black blocks" in the video footage. It is very annoying.

I don't know how to solve this. I put my phone in Airplane mode and still have this problem. Does someone have a Solution?

Greetings Collin
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4wd
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Try restarting phone, make sure cable is well seated, try alternative cable using lower large USB output.
Turning off the onboard video recording will give phone an easier time.
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fans91272f76
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4wd Posted at 2017-4-20 01:56
Try restarting phone, make sure cable is well seated, try alternative cable using lower large USB output.
Turning off the onboard video recording will give phone an easier time.

restarting the Telephone didn't help. Strange is that when I lower the gimbal in flight then the blocks disappear. I shall try more things in a moment.......and see If I can record my screen when it happens....
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Censurion
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This is What I mean by "black blocks" after newfirmware. Does someone know What to do?
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VTomi87
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Censurion Posted at 2017-4-21 02:29
This is What I mean by "black blocks" after newfirmware. Does someone know What to do?

Turn off the "Over Exposure Warning" toogle in the camera settings.

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GrAndAG
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Censurion Posted at 2017-4-21 02:29
This is What I mean by "black blocks" after newfirmware. Does someone know What to do?

It's "Zebra" feature. Indicates overexposed areas. It can be switched on/off in camera settings (Over Exposure Warning or so). And that feature has been there for ages.
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