DJI Fly App Update 1.9.0 – Waypoint Function and Offline Maps

Dimitri Wolf Von Dimitri Wolf 2 Min. Lesen
The official patch notes for DJI Fly App Update 1.9.0

With the DJI Fly App Update 1.9.0 DJI delivers two interesting features and also brings support for the current DJI Mini 3 (not Pro). What is in detail everything in the update, we tell you in this message.

The DJI Fly App 1.9.0 was rolled out simultaneously with the release of the DJI Mini 3 (not Pro) for Android and iOS. It not only includes the obligatory support for the acute drone, but also delivers new features for a long time.

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Owners of a Mavic 3 can now finally use the Waypoint function. As a drone pilot, you can plan routes in advance and have them flown automatically. A long desired feature and one of the reasons why alternative apps for controlling DJI drones, such as Litchi, are so popular. To use the feature, the Mavic 3 fimrmware must be updated to v01.00.1000.


The second function provides support for offline maps. This way, pre-downloaded map sections can be used on the go even without mobile data.

Patchnotes DJI Fly App Update 1.9.0

  • Adds support for DJI Mini 3
    (compatible with DJI RC-N1 remote controller and DJI RC).
  • Adds Waypoint Flight. Using waypoints, aircraft can automatically fly the exact preset route. This feature is currently only available on DJI Mavic 3 series aircraft.
    (Update aircraft firmware to latest version to use above features.)
  • Adds offline maps. Go to Profile->Offline Maps to download maps of your planned flight destinations and have the maps displayed even when there is no network connection.

Download DJI Fly App 1.9.0

All details as well as the link to download the DJI Fly app can be found in the linked article.

For iOS, you can download the new DJI Fly app version 1.9.0 directly from the App Store as usual.

Android has its own in-app update mechanism since version 1.2.4. After launching, the app will automatically inform you about a new version and can download and install it. Alternatively, you can manually trigger the search for a new version in the DJI Fly app via Profile -> Settings -> Info -> Check for updates.

The DJI Fly app is no longer listed in the Google Play Store since version 1.2.4. Owners of a version older than 1.2.4 must therefore download a current version from DJI’s website*. Only then can the Fly app perform updates on its own.

*The links contained in this article are so-called affiliate links. With these links gets a commission for mediated purchases. The price does not increase for the customer.

Dimitri, born in 1989, is the founder of He has been fascinated by the topic of drones since 2016 and is responsible for planning and developing new concepts for the platform as well as writing and creating content. He is also responsible for the technical implementation and maintenance. His training as an IT specialist for system integration and his bachelor's degree in media informatics help him with this.
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