I solved the problem myself. The props were not properly aligned. I did not realize this when one of them fell off after running into some branches on a tree. When I replaced it. I reversed the position. After reviewing the proper alignment on line it corrected the problem. Now it works perfectly!
You can download all the photos taken with your Minidrone.
There is 2 ways to copy pictures from the Airborne : with USB (the faster ways) or with FreeFlight 3.
With FreeFlight 3
Then you can select the image you want to transfer and click transfer.
After copying the pictures into your device's memory, FreeFlight 3 will ask you if you want to keep the image inside the internal memory or erase it .
Then you can access to the pictures in Gallery on your device and with freeFlight 3.
FreeFlight 3 can detect that the firmware version of your MiniDrone is outdated, and will oblige you to update to have the latest features or corrections (see release notes) to improve reliability of control.
Here, the latest firmware version is 2.1.7 .
If it is already installed on you Minidrone Airborne then try to reset the Minidrone by pressing the On/OFF button for 10 seconds.
There is 2 methods to update
Drag and drop the update file into the MiniDrone as though it were a USB Flash drive. The update file must be placed at the root of the MiniDrone and not in a folder.
I spoke with Cory over at Support and Parrot knows this is an issue and is working to resolve it. The red bar is an issue with the app or the device, and not the drone itself. A future update to either the app or drone firmware should resolve it.