Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro customers appear to be going through points with DJI cameras and drones. As per a report, some Pixel customers are unable to see the reside video feed on the present variations of the DJI Fly and Mimo apps. The complaints are cropping up on social media and DJI help boards. The firm has suggested individuals to make use of a appropriate cellular system. They additionally say that Pixel 6 is present process compatibility testing and customers ought to reinstall the apps to be used with drone cameras.
First reported by Android Police, the issue is claimed to be attributable to a bug or incompatibility. As per the complaints on DJI forum, spotted by XDADevelopers, the app on Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones “connect fine”, nevertheless, there isn’t a image/ reside feed from the digicam.
On DJI discussion board, a ‘Super Moderator’ has suggested those that are experiencing issues to “try using a different recommended mobile device” to see if the difficulty persists. The moderator additionally says that Google Pixel 6 Pro “is not recommended” for the stated DJI utility (Fly App 1.4.12). A person on Twitter additionally posted the issue of getting a clean display screen.
DJI’s official help account on Twitter earlier said that Pixel 6 remains to be present process compatibility testing. It has additionally asked affected customers to “reinstall the DJI Fly app from the official website and try again”.
There isn’t any details about the character of the bug that’s apparently inflicting this drawback. Folks at XDADevelopers counsel that for the reason that drawback is basically the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro customers, there may very well be a battle between DJI’s reside video encoding and customized CPU and GPU structure of Google Tensor SoC.