How to fix DJI error code 30064?

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DJI error code 30064 indicates that the drone is unable to take off due to a problem with the compass. This can be caused by a number of factors, such as a magnet or other metal object being close to the drone, or by a problem with the compass itself.

Here are some steps you can take to fix DJI error code 30064:

  1. Check for metal objects. Make sure that there are no metal objects near the drone, such as a cellphone, keys, or a credit card. These objects can interfere with the compass and prevent the drone from taking off.
  2. Calibrate the compass. You can calibrate the compass in the DJI Fly app. To do this, open the DJI Fly app and connect your drone. Then, tap on the “Me” icon in the bottom right corner of the screen. Tap on “Aircraft” and then tap on “Calibrate Compass.” Follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate the compass.
  3. Update the firmware. Make sure that the firmware on your drone is up to date. You can update the firmware in the DJI Fly app. To do this, open the DJI Fly app and connect your drone. Then, tap on the “Me” icon in the bottom right corner of the screen. Tap on “Aircraft” and then tap on “Firmware.” If there is an update available, tap on “Download and Install.”
  4. Contact DJI support. If you have tried all of the above steps and you are still getting error code 30064, you should contact DJI support for assistance. DJI support will be able to diagnose the problem and help you to fix it.

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