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Can I fly with VPS module removed?
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dobmatt
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Just a curiosity, prompted by future modifications, but will my birds - P3P and Inspire 1 Pro - realize the absence of VPS unit, unplugged and discarded? Will they protest and refuse to fly? That is - disabling this feature is no problem, but how about actually removing the load ... A confirmation by sources close to engineering dept (DJI Ken?) will be appreciated greatly ...
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vonbaron1
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Yes,  to me its just dead weight.  Would like to know the answer to this also.
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doctrrf
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They will fly fine.

In my experience, no notice of the missing hardware is even noted on the Go app where you toggle the VP on or off.

The only protest will be at end of a firmware update. A steady D.....  tone will sound (instead of the  D..DD finished tones) this is a hardware missing alert but the update will install okay.
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dobmatt
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doctrrf Posted at 2016-4-4 21:59
They will fly fine.

In my experience, no notice of the missing hardware is even noted on the Go ap ...

Oh, that's OK, one can plug the VP board just for FW upgrade process to go full cycle unobstructed ...
Thank you for this info, bro ...
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DJI-Tim
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never tried... maybe it will find out missing module during the firmware update
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geoff
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Yes, no problem. The only issue is you cant put it in travel mode...
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