Release Notes

This page contains the release notes of the Drone Harmony Mobile Applications. You will find here a description of all new features, bug fixes, and known issues.

Release Notes – Drone Harmony Mobile

Release notes for Drone Harmony Mobile v1.11.0 (released on 08. July 2020)

Drone Harmony Basic and Drone Harmony Plus have been consolidated into one app, Drone Harmony Mobile, that is available on the Google Play Store. To update to the new Drone Harmony Mobile app, follow these instructions:

  1. For Drone Harmony Basic, Android will usually perform the update automatically for you. To update manually visit our app page in the Google Play Store on your mobile device and press “Update”.
  2. Drone Harmony Plus users need to do a fresh install of Drone Harmony Mobile from our app page in the Google Play Store. To avoid losing any of your stored flight planning data, make sure you synchronize it to Drone Harmony Cloud before uninstalling Drone Harmony Plus. You can continue using both applications, however, we recommend to uninstall Drone Harmony Plus after the installation of Drone Harmony Mobile.
  3. Note: On the DJI CrystalSky, continue using Drone Harmony Plus, since Drone Harmony Mobile does not yet work properly with the Google Play Store libraries. For installation instructions for the DJI CrystalSky please follow our online tutorial.

All license purchases, plan upgrades and viewing of invoice information has been moved from Drone Harmony Mobile to Drone Harmony Web.

Release notes for Drone Harmony Plus v1.10.9 (released on 10. May 2020)

  • Added Portuguese language support
  • Added Summary dialog of all account logins (see in menu -> Account & App -> My Accounts)
  • Fix: Mavic 2 Enterprise-Dual images taken are now recorded and indicated on the flight path
  • Fix: Google location search is working again

Note: For DJI CrystalSky use the previous version of the Drone Harmony Plus since the new version does not yet work properly with the google play store libraries. For installation instructions please follow our online tutorial.

Release notes for Drone Harmony Basic v1.10.9 (released on 10. May 2020)

  • Added Portuguese Language Support

Release notes for Drone Harmony SiteSee v1.10.8 (released on 14. February 2020)

  • Summary dialog of all account logins (see in menu -> Account & App -> My Accounts)
  • Fix: Mavic 2 Enterprise-Dual images taken are recorded and indicated on the flight path
  • Fix: Google location search is working again
  • Manually flown mission will also write flight logs
  • Moved to latest DJI SDK
  • Set default “Signal loss action” to continue mission  (will work on newly saved missions)
  • Set default “Mission end action” to hover  (will work on newly saved missions)
  • Rename “Import & Export” to “Export”

Release notes for Drone Harmony Basic v1.10.7 (released on 16. January 2020)

  • Manually flown mission will also write flight logs
  • Fix for Google places search not working

Release notes for Drone Harmony Plus v1.10.6 (released on 29. November 2019)

  • Support for Phantom 4 RTK SDK (requires SDK remote controller!)

Release notes for Drone Harmony Basic and Plus v1.10.6 (released on 29. November 2019)

  • Support for Android 10
  • Added Italian language
  • Updated to latest DJI SDK (4.11.1)
  • Option to automatically upload logs to DroneLogbook
  • Import of *.csv missions
  • Improved caching of launch parameters

Known issues:

  • Intel based mobile devices are not supported: DJI software (SDK) crashes when using native video (FFMPEG) library for Intel architecture.
  • Lenovo Yoga series and Asus ZenFone are not supported: DJI software (SDK) crashes, as they fail to resolve certain classes on this Intel architectures. We have opened a ticket for this at DJI support.
  • For Mavic 2, when flying upward facing gimbal missions in precise & stopping mode, the gimbal will not face upwards. We reported this firmware bug to DJI and are waiting for a fix.
  • The m600 support does not include FPV (it will be black).
  • The SD Card for the Mavic Air and Mavic 2 is not yet supported, you have to use the internal memory.
  • The manual aperture setting for Mavic 2 Pro might not work due to missing support by the DJI UI/UX library.