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beanbubba [Detailed Video Tutorial]
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computerstar2000 [Is FCC mod working? How to check?]
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 ====== DJI Configs Files ====== ====== DJI Configs Files ======
  
-**NOTE: The dji_configs files do not work on the most recent DJI GO software versions. This information is here for archival purposes only.**+**NOTE: The dji_configs files do not work on the most recent DJI GO software versions, you must be on 4.1.12 or older. This information is here for archival purposes only unless you wish to perform an IPA Rollback [[howto:​iosrollback|Click Here For More Details]] or are sideloading an older app onto your Android device**
  
  
 The DJI Configs file mod will work on both Android and iOS. The DJI Configs file mod will work on both Android and iOS.
 The maximum power at which consumer products can transmit on the 2.4Ghz wifi frequency used by DJI aircraft is 0.1 watts (0.1W) in many countries. In a minority of countries, including the U.S. it is 1W.  Some countries lie in between. Only one country, India, allows more than 1W (In India, the max is 4W!).  In most parts of the world DJI aircraft uses a power output of 0.1W by default, which is pretty weak.  In the U.S., it uses 0.4W. However, the equipment can be configured to a maximum of 1.5 Watts of TX power anywhere in the world with the directions below. The maximum power at which consumer products can transmit on the 2.4Ghz wifi frequency used by DJI aircraft is 0.1 watts (0.1W) in many countries. In a minority of countries, including the U.S. it is 1W.  Some countries lie in between. Only one country, India, allows more than 1W (In India, the max is 4W!).  In most parts of the world DJI aircraft uses a power output of 0.1W by default, which is pretty weak.  In the U.S., it uses 0.4W. However, the equipment can be configured to a maximum of 1.5 Watts of TX power anywhere in the world with the directions below.
-===== iOS Warnings ===== 
  
-**Stay away from iTunes 12.7 - you won’t be able to upload IPA file from Mac/PC to iDevice. This option has been removed by Apple forcing you to redownload IPA directly from iDevice. Programs section is no longer available in iTunes and you can’t download IPA directly into your Mac. If you still want to download previous versions of any program stay with iTunes 12.6. If you want to upload config files using method described below use iTunes 12.6 or external tool like iMazing** 
 ===== Warnings ===== ===== Warnings =====
  
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 Currently, ​ the 32 Ch. mod cannot be combined with the FCC mods. Currently, ​ the 32 Ch. mod cannot be combined with the FCC mods.
  
-===== Apply the config (Android) ===== +=====Manual ​Apply the config (Android) =====
   * Download your config file from one of the options below   * Download your config file from one of the options below
   * Rename the file to .DJI.configs (note the preceding "​."​)   * Rename the file to .DJI.configs (note the preceding "​."​)
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   * done   * done
  
 +=====Auto Apply the config (Android) with App=====
 +  * Download and install ForceBoost Patch App https://​drive.google.com/​file/​d/​1AUTvIHB3vHeEerYJfBsS4vxh18QKNoC2
 +  * Click on the desired patch
 +  * done
 ===== Is FCC mod working? How to check? ==== ===== Is FCC mod working? How to check? ====
  
-Hi all guys. 
 To make some clarity about the FCC argument and to verify if it is working, as the wide confusion surrounding the subject, I wanted to tell you that **the FCC mod using the .DJI.configs** (take care: put the **dot DJI dot configs** file in the right folder **\Android\data\dji.go.v4\files**)** works**, it doesn'​t matter of the number of WIFI CHANNELS shown by the application. To make some clarity about the FCC argument and to verify if it is working, as the wide confusion surrounding the subject, I wanted to tell you that **the FCC mod using the .DJI.configs** (take care: put the **dot DJI dot configs** file in the right folder **\Android\data\dji.go.v4\files**)** works**, it doesn'​t matter of the number of WIFI CHANNELS shown by the application.
 In a nutshell, to avoid misunderstanding,​ FILE insertion will enable FCC mode even if you are in a non-FCC area.  In a nutshell, to avoid misunderstanding,​ FILE insertion will enable FCC mode even if you are in a non-FCC area. 
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 The only way to test the FCC mode is to measure transmit power with a dedicated tool, or, as I did, fly two drones, mavic in my case, in the same place at the same time and in the same configurations,​ with the only difference in the presence of the .DJI.configs file in one of the two drones. ​ The only way to test the FCC mode is to measure transmit power with a dedicated tool, or, as I did, fly two drones, mavic in my case, in the same place at the same time and in the same configurations,​ with the only difference in the presence of the .DJI.configs file in one of the two drones. ​
 Well, one mavic at a distance of about 3800 meters had WEAK SIGNAL and activated the automatic RTH, the other, continued to fly and at a distance of about 4500 meters it had 4 receive notches on the total of 5 in both the controller and in HD. (test stopped because no need to go further) Well, one mavic at a distance of about 3800 meters had WEAK SIGNAL and activated the automatic RTH, the other, continued to fly and at a distance of about 4500 meters it had 4 receive notches on the total of 5 in both the controller and in HD. (test stopped because no need to go further)
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-**UPDATE!!!! 
-**It seems that .DJI.configs file is working until  DJI GO V4 4.1.12 (iOS version) and DJI GO V4 4.1.10. 
-With newer versions ​ the .DJI.configs file seem that it is not working.**** 
  
 Here the REAL test showing that .DJI.configs is really working (**thanks to @GabrieleFK14** for hardware testing) Here the REAL test showing that .DJI.configs is really working (**thanks to @GabrieleFK14** for hardware testing)
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 (By Lukappaseidue) (By Lukappaseidue)
  
 +**EDIT 06/​28/​2018:​**
 +There is a trick to know if you are in FCC or EC Mode. I found this on the forum MavicPilots ( https://​mavicpilots.com/​threads/​how-to-know-if-you-are-in-fcc-or-ec-mode.38479/​ ).
 +A big thank to DragonJah.
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 +In transmission setting, if you look at the signal graph, you can see than there is two horizontal lines, one for the "​~1km"​ and one for the "​~4km"​.
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 +If you are in EC mode, the "​~1km"​ line is just under 90 dbm/mhz, so between 90 and 100dbm/mhz and the "​~4km"​ line is between 100 and 110 dbm/mhz.
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 +{{:​howto:​photo_26-06-2018_23_10_04.jpg?​400|}}
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 +If you are in FCC mode, the "​~1km"​ line is between 80 and 90 dbm/mhz and the "​~4km"​ line is juste upper 100 dbm/mhz, so between 90 and 100dbm/mhz.
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 +{{:​howto:​photo_27-06-2018_23_49_06.jpg?​400|}}
  
 +I tried with the 1.5W file but the graph stay like if I was in the EC Mode...
 ===== Apply the config (iOS) ===== ===== Apply the config (iOS) =====
  
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