Ever wonder what your GO app really connects to on the Internet when you run it? One user used Wireshark to find out using the GO iOS app (2.5.1). With the coming GEO fencing implementation, this is worth a read. He installed a device firewall to block all unnecessary communication between the GO app and the outside world and has flown 10 flights so far with no issues and full access to the maps. (Note you need to Jailbreak your device to install a firewall app (i.e. from Cydia like Firewall IP) that filters all app traffic to do this.) These are all the connections the app tries to make (outside of those you need for maps). •mydjiflight.dji.com •newrelic.com - app analytics •djistatic.com •flurry.com - Mobile analytics company •conf.international.baidu.com •baidu.com •qbox.me (via qbox.wscdns.com) •upgrade.dj2006.net •pingma.qq.com •u.dji.com •acbe.aasky.net -type this one in a browser for a nice scare. •tpns.qq.com •dds.dji.com •pilotv2.djivideos.com •active.dji.com •m.dji.com •djicdn.com •www.skypixel.com •djiexplore.com •flysafe-api.dji.com - LOL registered to Perfect Privacy LLC You can block these by using the pure domains but listed them for completeness.