Also make sure your login name is spelled exactly the same on the Hub and the APP login. I had a problem several years ago when I had a lower case name on the Hub and a upper case name on the APP - same name, but case different in one letter.
I am beginning to wonder if the initial setup of the Litchi app was completed correctly. There is a warning about this issue at the beginning of the Litchi users guide:
When starting the app for the first time after installation, you will need to be connected to Internet in order to register the app with DJI servers. Registration with DJI servers can be done without being connected to a DJI drone. The registration is done in the background, if the registration failed you will be notified with an error popup. Be aware that some Internet connections may have troubles connecting to DJI servers, in such a case make sure to try a different Internet connection (home wifi, mobile data connection, a friend's connection, public wifi, etc).
I think that at this point I would uninstall the Litchi and then reinstall it watching carefully to make sure that no error popup appear and that the registration completes fully.
Don't give up!
All the best, Martin
I have not observed this - I select "do nothing" on the Litchi mission hub, my drone gets to the final waypoint and just hovers there. Perhaps your battery was too low after the mission and had to land? If you check your mission log (on Airdata), you can find out why the drone tried to autoland. If you make your mission public, and provide a link, perhaps we can review your mission to make sure something else isn't up. Also, what model aircraft are you flying?I've flown two 5-mile round-trip, over 20 minute duration autonomous flights every day for the past few days, and with each mission my confidence about using Litchi just grows. My experience has been that the maximum safe flight duration to program, is 23 minutes, and that the drone lands at about the 18 minute mark, with 35% battery left, on average, at the conclusion of most flights that were created with a nominal 23-minute duration.
Since the drone typically arrives 5 minutes earlier than the stated flight time in Litchi would suggest, it is best to be ready at the launch site ahead of time. I also found that even if one selects the Litchi settings option for the drone to "do nothing", on arrival at the final waypoint, the drone will in fact begin to descend for an auto landing, regardless. Rushing outside to take control of an incoming flight, I was alarmed to see the drone mere feet from "landing" in a tree near the launch site, so again, don't sit indoors for too long if you have a flight in progress.
When I checked the settings, Jim, I had indeed selected RTH, instead of "None", as the concluding action for the drone to take on arrival at the final waypoint. I clean forgot that Return To Home, entails returning to the launch point GPS coordinates, but then also descending for a landing, so my getting caught unawares indoors with the sound of my arriving Phantom 3 S in full throttle-down descent mode, was a near-debacle entirely of my own making, and not due to any flaw in Litchi.
Before I discovered this basic error I'd been making, I readied myself to toggle the controller switch to GPS mode the instant the drone was close enough to the launch point, to be within earshot, so as to stop the craft in a stable hover while I scrambled outdoors to take control for the landing. That said, by simply ensuring that the "None" option is selected as the last waypoint action for every flight, I don't expect to see any un-commanded descents to land anymore.