1. Check for magnetic interference: Magnetic interference can be caused by nearby metallic objects or structures, electrical lines, or other electronic devices. Move away from these objects and try calibrating the compass in a different location.
2. Check for firmware updates: Make sure your DJI drone has the latest firmware installed. Sometimes, updating the firmware can fix issues with the compass calibration.
3. Check the calibration settings: Make sure the calibration settings are set correctly. Go to the DJI GO app, select the drone model, and navigate to the calibration settings. Check that the calibration method is set to "Auto" or "Manual."
4. Restart the drone and controller: Sometimes, simply restarting the drone and controller can fix calibration issues. Turn off the drone and controller, then turn them back on and try calibrating the compass again.
5. Reset the drone to default settings: If the above steps don't work, try resetting the drone to its default settings. This will erase all settings and data, so make sure to back up any important data before resetting the drone.
6. Contact DJI support: If none of the above steps work, contact DJI support for further assistance. They may be able to provide additional troubleshooting steps or recommend repairs.