DJI fixes new issue with DJI Fly for Android
Do you own an Android 12 smartphone, and have you recently started experiencing issues with the DJI Fly app? Namely, that the app immediately crashes on startup? Then install the new version 1.6.10 of the app. You can do this via the DJI website. It is the second time in a relatively short time that Android users have encountered a problem with this app.
The problem manifests itself in the instant crashing of the app on startup. As a result, the drone cannot be used. The problem only occurs with smartphones running on Android 12. iOS users don't mind. The DJI RC and RC Pro also work without any problems.
The new DJI Fly version is unfortunately unavailable in the Google Play Store. You will have to download the apk file directly from DJI's website. Weirdly, it says that the latest version of the Android app would be 1.6.8. But if you hit the download button, it should be v1.6.10. You can also point your phone at the QR code below to go directly to the correct download.
A few months ago, Android 12 users were already screwed. Then the app kept showing a black screen. Even then, users had to install a new version of the app. In the meantime, there is already talk of an even newer version (1.6.12) of DJI Fly on the DJI forum, but it is not yet offered publicly by DJI.
About DJI Fly
DJI Fly is a simplified successor to the DJI GO 4. The app was introduced at the end of 2019 during the launch of the Mavic Mini. After that, the app was made suitable for all subsequent models, namely Mavic Air 2, Mini 2, DJI FPV, Air 2S, Mavic 3, and Mini 3 Pro.
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