Android Question Dji Drones Library - New version 4.13 of the DJI SDK released

Tempomaster

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Hello,

DJI has released a new version 4.13 of the SDK:

https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/com.dji/dji-sdk/4.13

This version now supports the relatively new Mavic Mini:

https://www.dji.com/de/mavic-mini

I would very much like to deal with the programming of an app that also supports this multicopter. I found Erel's thread:

https://www.b4x.com/android/forum/threads/dji-drones.75244/

However, I do not know which changes and additions to this example are necessary. I still lack the necessary knowledge for this. I have to rely on additional information. Otherwise this project will probably get stuck with the idea. I would therefore be very grateful for some information.
 

Tempomaster

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Erel, this is really very positive news. It won't take that long anymore. I follow the news on the DJI Developer Forum. It is probably being worked on at full speed. I am really happy to have met B4A and you.
 
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Tempomaster

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I will update the SDK when it becomes supported.

Here is the announcement of the planned release:

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Tempomaster

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The release date of version 4.14 has now been corrected to December 14, 2020. That will probably happen now. It was the same with the last version.

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Tempomaster

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Hello Erel,

the new version is published:

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The possibilities offered by the use of virtual sticks are also very interesting.
 
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