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mmm0ooo0mmm
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For safety sake, wondering if the Spark will stay at the flight level if there is an incoming phone call.
Thanks guys!!

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Nikon 1
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It is highly suggested that you put your phone in Airplane Mode before & during flight!
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mmm0ooo0mmm
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Very true, thank you very much.

Also checked that wifi should not be disconnected when there is an incoming call. But just want to be triple sure that Sparky will stay at that flight level if there is no operation thru the App.
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带盐人
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your spark will respond to that person for you
2017-6-22
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mmm0ooo0mmm Posted at 2017-6-21 23:14
Very true, thank you very much.

Also checked that wifi should not be disconnected when there is an incoming call. But just want to be triple sure that Sparky will stay at that flight level if there is no operation thru the App.

Yes if you take your hands of the sticks or fingers of the phone your spark will just hover, airplane mode is the right option if you don't want your phone interrupting your flying.
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Melchionda
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Last night while flying my spark I did recieve a phone call.  

I have an iphone 6S.

What happened was:

1.) The Spark stopped and hovered

2.)  The DJI App minimized.

3.) Then my screen on my iphone swtiched to the in-comming call view.

I didn't answer the call, but rather pushed to voicemail.  The spark was then returned to manual control.

I'm not sure if any of this is by design, but thought that my experience might be helpful.

Sean

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