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Knowing how to calibrate the Mavic Pro vision sensor is very important.  If the vision system error on your Mavic Pro appears, then calibration may fix the problem.

Also, if you are flying your Mavic Pro and the vision system error occurs, you need to fly the quadcopter back to you straight away.

Below we have instructions on the Mavic Pro vision sensor calibration process, along with notes and videos. There is also terrific information on the Mavic Pro Vision Positioning system.

Very importantly, there are some top tips on how to resolve the vision system error on the Mavic.

The Mavic Pro uses the GPS, Forward and Downward vision sensors to locate itself, automatically stabilize and navigate between obstacles.  The vision sensors feed essential data back to the flight controller which then responds by issuing automatic commands to avoid or hover in front of the obstacle.

If the Mavic Vision Positioning System isn&#;t working correctly or not at all, then there is a real possibility that the Mavic will crash.

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DJI Phantom 3 Firmware Update – Guide for Pro, Advanced and 4K

Performing a Phantom 3 firmware update doesn’t need to be an ordeal.

Here at Heliguy we think it’s a fairly simple process that almost everyone will be able to do provided they’ve got the right information. That’s why we’ve put together this post explaining why, when and how to upgrade the firmware on you DJI Phantom 3 professional, advanced or standard.

Why should I upgrade to the latest firmware?

Firmware is essentially just software that operates a particular device. Nearly every device you use has a firmware, from calculators, to modems, to smartphones and most other devices we’d consider ‘smart’.

It’s no surprise then that drones have relatively complex firmware, which controls how all the various electronics within the UAV and the controller interact.

But if your Phantom is working fine – why would you bother to upgrade the firmware?

  • Unlock new features released by DJI.
  • Fix bugs that have been identified in the current firmware.
  • Add support for the latest apps and third party accessories.

If you want to keep your Phantom running to the best of its abilities, Heliguy advise updating the firmware on the aircraft at your earliest convenience after it’s been released by DJI.

There may be an issue that’s been causing issues in the previous firmware. You wouldn’t want something preventable to cause your aircraft issues in the coming months – so it’s always best to update the firmware if you can.

Where can I get the latest Phantom 3 Firmware updates?

The latest and greatest software for any DJI product can always be found on their official website.

For the Phantom 3, the links are as follows. We’ve listed the most recent firmware at the time of writing next to each P3 model:

The latest firmware update will be labelled as “Firmware”. The higher these numbers, the more recent the firmware.

The best place to be kept up to date with the latest firmware releases is through your DJI go app, or the DJI newsroom.

How do I check the current Firmware Version on my Phantom?

This part is really simple, especially considering that the DJI GO app will automatically notify you as and when upgrades are required.

  1. Turn on the aircraft and the controller
  2. Connect the phone or tablet you use with your Phantom
  3. Launch the DJI GO app.
  4. Enter Camera view.
  5. Tap the settings icon on the top right hand corner of the screen (indicated by three horizontal lines)
  6. Scroll right to the bottom of the list of options and select ‘About’. You will be shown the current firmware versions of your aircraft and remote.

What do I need to prepare before updating the Firmware?

Make sure both the battery in the aircraft and the battery in the remote control are fully charged.

Make sure you have the following to hand:

Updating the Firmware on a Phantom 3

The process is almost identical for all the Phantom 3 models (Pro, Advanced, Standard and 4K).

If you want to watch a video tutorial on upgrading the firmware, just watch the video below.

If you’d prefer to go through step by step with text instructions scroll down past the video to see our guide.

Using the DJI GO app (Option 1) (Compatible using Phantom 3 Standard or 4K)

  1. Turn on the Aircraft and the Remote Controller.
  2. Connect to your Aircraft’s Wi-Fi network as normal.
  3. Launch the DJI Go app using your phone or tablet as you normally would.
  4. Tap the prompt at the top of the screen telling you that ‘New firmware update is available’.
  5. Now connect your mobile device to your home or office wifi to connect to the Internet.
  6. Switch back to the DJI Go app and tap the ‘Download Now’ button at the bottom of the screen.
  7. You’ll see a progress bar appear which will show you the progress of the download.
  8. Once the file is downloaded, you’ll need to switch wifi networks again, so go to the settings screen on your phone or tablet and change your wifi connection from your home or office network to the controllers wifi network.
  9. You can now re-open the DJI go app and click the ‘Start Upgrade’ button.
  10. Again, you will see that a progress bar appears to show you how the firmware update is progressing. Please don’t turn off the aircraft or your mobile device during this time.
  11. Once the upgrade is complete simply click the ‘Complete’ button within the DJI GO app then restart your aircraft which will now boot with the new firmware installed.

Using a Computer (Option 2) (Compatible with all Phantom 3 range)

  1. Head over to the relevant DJI downloads page and grab the latest firmware:
    Phantom 3 Professional
    Phantom 3 Advanced
    Phantom 3 Standard
    Phantom 3 4K
  2. Unzip the downloaded file to a folder on your desktop. The firmware itself is inside the .bin file.
  3. Insert your Micro SD card into the slot on the Phantom 3’s Gimbal.
  4. Using the USB cable that was supplied with your Phantom, connect the Micro-usb port on the Phantom Gimbal with your computer. (Another way to do this is to remove the SD card and install it in your computer using a card reader.
  5. Turn on your Phantom 3 drone as normal.
  6. Copy the .bin file you’ve just unzipped to your desktop over to the ‘root’ of the SD card which should now appear as a storage device on your computer. The root just means the home location on the SD card, not within any folders or subfolders.
  7. After the file has been copied, remove the USB cable that was connecting the aircraft and your computer. (Or remove SD card from computer and install it back in the aircraft.)
  8. The aircraft will now upgrade the firmware automatically using the .bin file that you’ve placed on the SD card. This process will take some time, up to 40 minutes, so please don’t be alarmed if it seems to be taking some time. During the update process the device may make sounds, reboot or other strange behaviour – don’t worry – it’s part of the process.
  9. Once the update has begun, you’ll see a small LED on the gimbal.
    1. Flashing green then red – Firmware is still upgrading.
    2. Solid green light – The firmware upgrade is complete.
    3. Solid red – The firmware upgrade was unsuccessful.
  10. As soon as you see the status LED on the Phantom 3 gimbal turn solid green without flashing, the firmware upgrade is complete.
  11. It is also important to listen to what noises your gimbal is making: A beep ever half second indicates the updated file has been recognised and is being loaded, 4 beeps in a row means the file is installing and finally one beep followed by two shorted beeps indicates the update is complete and the craft can be switched off.

That’s it – the firmware upgrade is now complete.

Please remove the .bin file from the SD card before continuing to use your aircraft.

How can I upgrade the firmware on the Phantom 3 controller?

If you have a Phantom 3 Professional or Advanced quadcopter you will also need to ensure that you update the firmware on the remote controller when necessary.

Before trying to update the firmware on the remote controller for your Phantom please ensure:

  • Update the DJI GO app to the latest version from the Google Play Store or App Store.
  • Ensure that your remote controller is fully charged.
  • Ensure that the Aircraft is turned off.
  • The phone or tablet you use with the remote has access to a stable internet connection and a fully charged battery.
  • Ensure you have at least 50mb of free space on your phone or tablet to download the firmware package through the DJI GO app.

The process of updating the controller’s firmware is made much simpler by the DJI GO app:

  1. Connect your Phantom 3 remote controller to your phone or tablet using the supplied USB cable.
  2. Turn on the remote as normal.
  3. Open the DJI GO app on your phone or tablet.
  4. Enter the camera interface as normal.
  5. Tap the ‘Flight Status’ bar in your app (the big coloured block at the top of the screen).
  6. Tap the ‘Overall Status’ option which should have a message stating ‘Upgrade Required’.
  7. Tap the ‘Download Firmware’ option in the app.
  8. After the firmware has finished downloading, click the ‘Start to upgrade’ option that appears at the bottom of the status window.
  9. The remote controller will make a warning sound to signal that a firmware upgrade has begun and the left hand side LED at the bottom of the controller will flash blue.
  10. You can see a real time progress bar within the DJI go app which will show you how far of the update process is remaining.
  11. Once the progress bar is full and the LED on the remote controller changes to a solid green light, the firmware upgrade is complete.

Now you can simply restart your controller and it will launch using the new firmware.

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DJI Assistant 2 Mavic Software, Download, Guide, Mods And More

The DJI Assistant 2 software contains extra settings and utilities for all DJI equipment such as drones, gimbals and cameras.

With the DJI Assistant 2 Mavic, you have options to upload  flight data, black box information, calibrate your vision sensors and upgrade your firmware.

There is also a DJI Assistant 2 Simulator for testing flight parameters and practice flying your Mavic drone.

The DJI Assistant 2 download and install only takes a few minutes and is available for Windows and Mac computers.

This post contains all the essential information and more on the DJI Assistant 2 app for the Mavic quadcopter. Now, if you have a Phantom 4 or DJI Spark, the DJI Assistant 2 is the same version. Therefore the below Assistant 2 settings and utilities will be very similar.

Now, the DJI Assistant software is for all DJI equipment.  Their equipment all have a micro USB port. Then, with the DJI Assistant software installed on your computer, you connect your DJI device to your computer.

The DJI Assistant software will recognize the device whether it is the latest drones such as the Mavic Air 2, Mavic Mini, Mavic 2, Mavic Pro, Spark, Phantom, M, a DJI Goggle or Osmo, Zenmuse cameras. The DJI Assistant 2 software will even recognize Lightbridge flight  controllers etc.

For most DJI equipment, the DJI Assistant will only allow you to update the firmware.  It is different for their quadcopters.

Now, with older versions of the DJI Assistant 2, it was very easy to modify your Mavic Pro quadcopter to make changes to flight parameters and other features.  We will look at these extra settings and how you can still modify your Mavic Pro using DJI Assistant software.

About The DJI Assistant 2 Mavic

The latest version of the DJI Assistant 2 Mavic software contains the below components, which we will look at in turn.

  • Firmware Updates
  • Data Upload
  • Black Box
  • Calibration
  • Simulator
  • WiFi Settings
  • Restore Factory Defaults
  • DJI Privacy Policy and Terms of Use of the DJI Assistant 2 app

The DJI Assistant 2 software is not a cellphone app. It is installed on computers and there are Windows and Mac versions. The DJI Assistant software is almost totally different than the DJI Go 4 app.  The only similarities is that you can update the firmware using the DJI Assistant or the DJI Go 4 app.

DJI Assistant 2 &#; Software To Troubleshoot and Fix

If you look at the above components and utilities, you can see that the DJI Assistant is very much aimed towards helping to backup, identify, troubleshoot and fix issues with the Mavic Pro.

Information such as Data Upload and Black Box can be made available to DJI to identify issues where they can examine the flight history and component data to see how to fix the drone.  The data can also be used to make improvements through firmware updates.

DJI drones are really like flying computers with top cameras. When troubleshooting a computer and likewise with the Mavic Pro, doing a firmware update or restoring to the factory default will fix many issues.

Updating firmware wouldn&#;t be the first step in troubleshooting a problem but some issues such as the Mavic Pro disconnecting from the Remote Control or DJI Go 4 app can be fixed by an upgrade.

Calibration is also a vital step in trying to fix flight issues.  The DJI Assistant 2 contains the vision sensor calibration utility which you are read more on below.

DJI Assistant 2 Download For Mavic Mini

Click on this link for the DJI Assistant 2 for Mavic Mini here. The version for the Mavic Mini is V for both MAC and Windows computers.

The Assistant 2 for MAC computers is a .pkg file and is MB in size.

For Windows laptops, you have a choice to download a zip or executable file.  The .exe file is MB.

DJI Assistant 2 Download For Mavic Pro

Download the latest DJI Assistant 2 software here to your PC or MAC for the Mavic Pro.  The latest Assistant 2 version at the time of writing is 2 v The DJI Assistant software for Mac and Windows computers is different so make sure you download the correct software.

The Assistant 2 download is approximately MB for PC and has a .exe file extension. The MAC Assistant 2 version is approximately MB is size and has a .pkg file extension.

The Mavic Assistant 2 download file will be called something like &#;DJI+Assistant+2+exe&#; with the file name containing the software version.

DJI Assistant 2 Download For Mavic 2 Pro And Zoom

Download the latest Mavic 2 Pro DJI Assistant 2 software here to your PC or MAC for the Mavic 2 Pro and Zoom.  The latest Assistant 2 version for the Mavic 2 Pro And Zoom at the time of writing is v The DJI Assistant software for Mac and Windows computers is different so make sure you download the correct software.

The Mavic 2 Assistant 2 download is approximately MB for PC and has a .exe file extension. The MAC Assistant 2 version for Mavic Pro 2 and Zoom is approximately MB is size and has a .pkg file extension.

How To Install The DJI Assistant 2 Software Download

  • Download the DJI Assistant app from the above link
  • Double click on the DJI Assistant executable file which you have just downloaded
  • Click Yes if you receive a message asking something about do you want the app to make changes to your computer
  • Accept the DJI Assistant 2 App license agreement and click Next
  • Click Next at the Create a desktop shortcut
  • Click Install
  • Next you will see the software extracting files, then installing
  • Click Finish

Best Practice Working With DJI Assistant 2 Mavic 

  • Remove the propellers and gimbal guard
  • Connect your Mavic Pro quadcopter to your computer or MAC using the micro USB cable
  • Open the DJI Assistant 2 Software
  • Double click on Mavic Pro icon
  • Log into your DJI Account so you need to be connected to the internet

DJI Assistant 2 Mavic Guide

Below we look at each component of the DJI Assistant and how it can help you in understanding and helping fix your Mavic quadcopter.

DJI Assistant 2 Firmware Update

In this area of the DJI Assistant 2 Mavic software, you can see your present firmware version and whether there is a new firmware update available. You can also read the release notes if there is a new firmware available.

You may also see an older Mavic firmware version.  You may need to downgrade to an older version if you installed the latest firmware and it contained a bug which caused problems with your Mavic Pro quadcopter or remote controller.  You would then downgrade your Mavic Pro firmware.

Updating the firmware will fix quite a few issues and add new features to the Mavic Pro.

Update Mavic Pro Firmware Using DJI Assistant 2

Here is the instructions on how to use the DJI Assistant 2 to update the firmware for the Mavic Pro quadcopter and remote controller. Both can be done at the same time.

  1. With the remote controller and the Mavic powered off, connect the RC to your computer through the charging port using a micro USB cable
  2. Power on the Mavic Pro RC and Mavic Pro quadcopter and make sure both are connected
  3. Open the DJI Assistant 2 software and login to your DJI account
  4. Select the “Mavic Pro” icon and click on the “Firmware Updates” on the left panel
  5. Select the firmware version that you wish to update
  6. Wait for the firmware to be downloaded and the firmware update process will start automatically
  7. Reboot the Mavic Pro quadcopter and the remote controller after the firmware update is complete

You can find more information on how to update the Mavic Pro firmware here.  There is tips and instructions along with videos on how to update the Mavic Pro using both DJI Go 4 app and also the DJI Assistant.

You can also find instructions for updating your Mavic Mini firmware here and updating your Mavic 2 here.

DJI Assistant 2 Data Upload

The Data Upload section allows you to upload information from the Mavic Pro to your local computer.  You can upload aerial videos, photos and flight log data.  You can choose where you want to save the file to. The file been saved will have a .DAT file extension.

The file name will look similar to &#;DJI_ASSISTANT_EXPORT_FILE__DAT&#;. My last upload was over GB in size as I uploaded all files.  So this can take quite a few minutes to upload.

When you first open the Mavic Pro Data Upload option, it states in the text pop up box that you will be uploading to the DJI Server.  However, I actually only uploaded the data to my laptop.   Now, you need to click on confirm before you can upload to your computer. Please read the information in the pop up box before confirming.

Here is the full instructions on using the DJI Assistant data upload.

  • Click on &#;Data Upload&#; from the left hand side
  • Read the information and click on &#;Confirm&#;
  • The Data Upload utility reads and lists the files, which will be uploaded by the Mavic Pro Assistant software
  • All files are unselected. You can select all or choose which files you want to upload
  • Click on &#;Safe To Local&#; –  This allows you to save the Mavic Pro data onto your local computer. Now, if this fails, then just out out of the Data Upload and back in and it should work the second time
  • As it is uploading the files to your local computer is is also compressing the files
  • Click on Complete at the end. All the individual files are now saved as one compressed DAT file

So we basically have made a backup of the Mavic Pro quadcopter to our local computer.

DJI Assistant 2 Flight Data

This brings you into an area where you can view the Flight Data records.  This section is for checking and analyzing flight data on the Mavic Pro performance and also for diagnosis.  The data is stored in the SD card in the Resource Manager.

When you first open the Flight Data, a dialog box will appear with the following message;

&#;Enter the Flight Record Page. Click the SD Card icon to view flight records. Some functions maybe temporarily unavailable. Restart Aircraft to restore&#;

Press Confirm.

Click on Open Data Viewer and browse to the data on your SD Card.

Now, if you cannot locate the flight records on your SD card, you can find the flight records on you cellphone. This is because the records are also stored by the DJI Go 4 app on your phone.

To find the Flight Records on your Smartphone, do the following;

Connect your cellphone to your computer.  If you have an Android phone, then the cellphone shows up as a drive on your computer.  It is very similar for iPhone&#;s also. Next, navigate through the folders and find the flight record data in the DJI → pachasnack.comv4 → FlightRecord → MCDatFlightRecords folder.

The DJI Assistant 2 Mavic Flights Records have a .DAT file extension such as _FLYDAT.

Some of the data, which you can view is as follows;

  • Longitude
  • Latitude
  • Airpressure altitude
  • Acc X, Y, Z  (Accelerometer)
  • Gyro X, Y, Z (Gyroscope)
  • Velocity North, East, Down, Valid
  • Compass X, Y, Z
  • Satellite numbers
  • Pitch, roll, yaw
  • Distance To home north, east, home
  • GPS level
  • Flight status
  • RC input pitch, roll, yaw
  • RC status
  • RC input throttle
  • Motor status of ESC, battery and avoidance
  • Usonic height and valid flag
  • Vision height

To learn more about the above drone components, read and watch videos on IMU, Gyroscope and Accelerometer technology in drones.

DJI Assistant 2 Black Box

This is where you can export the Mavic Pro black box flight log to your local PC.  It is not just the quadcopter black box data. You can also upload the Remoter Controller black box data.  This information would be vital if your Mavic Pro was flying weird or even crashed. The DJI Repair Center would analyse the black box data which contains flight control information.

  • Click on Black Box
  • Click on Save To Local
  • Choose a location on your local PC or MAC
  • Name your file and select it
  • Now you will see the DJI Assistant 2 software exporting the Mavic Pro Black Box information
  • At the end it will show Export Complete

You can navigate to where you have saved the Black Box data and you will find log files. However these are unreadable without special software.  You can upload these to the DJI Server for them to use to troubleshoot issues or bugs on the Mavic Pro.

DJI Assistant &#; How To Export Mavic Remote Control Black Box Data

If you were having some weird issues with your Mavic Remote Controller, then DJI may ask you to upload the raw log data from the RC.  The below video will show you how to use the DJI Assistant 2 to download and export the Mavic RC data.

DJI Assistant 2 Calibration

This is the area where you calibrate the vision sensors on your Mavic Pro.  Knowing how to calibrate the Mavic Pro vision sensor is very important.  If your receive a vision system error on your Mavic Pro, then calibration may fix the problem. Also, if you are flying your Mavic Pro and the vision system error occurs, you need to fly the quadcopter back to you straight away.

Below we have instructions on the Mavic Pro vision sensor calibration process.  You can also find more information on calibrating the vision sensors here along with notes and videos. There is also terrific information on the Mavic Pro Vision Positioning system.

Calibrate Mavic Pro Vision Sensor Using DJI Assistant 2

  1. Open the DJI Assistant 2 software on your computer or laptop
  2. Make sure your laptop and Mavic Pro batteries have a minimum of 50% charge but better if fully charged
  3. Carefully remove the propellers from your Mavic Pro
  4. Connect the Mavic Pro to your laptop computer using the USB cable
  5. Switch on the Mavic quadcopter and open the DJI Assistant 2 software
  6. The DJI Assistant 2 software will recognize that the Mavic Pro is  connected
  7. Select your Mavic Pro drone and click on “Calibration” on the left hand side
  8. The next window shows you the steps involved with calibrating the Mavic VPS
  9. Watch the steps involved in calibrating the Mavic visions sensors
  10. Click on the “Start Calibration” on the bottom right hand side
  11. Point the forward facing Mavic Pro vision sensors towards the screen
  12. The green and red squares have to match so you may have to move the Mavic Pro forward towards the screen and back to you to get them to match
  13. Once the Mavic is in the correct position, the corners of the square will turn blue
  14. You calibrate the vision sensors by moving the Mavic so as to line up the corners of the blue square to coincide with the blue boxes
  15. Tilt and rotate the Mavic Pro following the blue square on screen
  16. Once this Phase 1 is complete, you will be prompted to move the aircraft away from the screen
  17. Next, you will have to follow the little squares around the screen again
  18. This will complete the Mavic Pro forward facing vision sensors
  19. The next steps is to calibrate the Mavic Pro downward facing vision sensors
  20. Point the under side of the Mavic Pro at the screen with the front of the Mavic pointing upwards
  21. Again, you need to have 4 blue corners so you may need to move the Mavic closer or further back from the screen
  22. Calibrate the bottom Mavic Pro vision sensors by matching the blue corners with the blue box following it around the screen
  23. Again, during this process you will be prompted to move the Mavic Pro away from the screen
  24. Next, follow the blue square around the screen which is the last stage
  25. Once completion of the Mavic vision sensor calibration, the DJI Assistant 2 software will automatically calculate, apply and save the VPS calibration settings
  26. When calibration is successful, it will show % and a message “Calibration Complete”

DJI Assistant 2 Mavic Simulator

This is a virtual 3D environment from flight data which is transmitted to your PC.  This Assistant 2 is in fact called Simulator Lite.

Before opening the Simulator Lite application, there are a couple of notes.

  1. Remove the propellers (extremely important).
  2. Check and reset the settings in the DJI Go / Vision App.
  3. No-Fly-Zone limit is not effective in the Simulator lite.

Click on Simulator.  The Simulator Settings will open up and choose the following;

  • Latitude
  • Longitude
  • Wind Speed

Click on Start Simulating.

Next switch on your Mavic Pro Remote control and you can fly the Mavic Pro in the Simulator.  The Mavic will fly and behave according to the latitude, longitude and wind speed which you programmed in.

DJI Assistant 2 WiFi Settings

When you click on the WiFi Settings in the DJI Assistant 2, you will be brought to the settings page.

The DJI Assistant 2 software will pull the WiFi SSID and Password from your Mavic Pro as you can see in the below image.  I have removed some characters from my password in the below image.

Now, for the DJI Assistant 2 to recognize your Mavic WiFi SSID and password, you first need to configure and add the Mavic WiFi in your laptop network settings.

You computers WiFi will detect the Mavic WiFi so you should only need to put in your password.  To find the SSID and password on your Mavic, check on one of the front arms.  You can also find the SSID and password by removing the battery from your Mavic.

There is nothing else to configure in the DJI Assistant 2 WiFi Setting. If you have questions regarding your Mavic, then you can find most Mavic FAQ answered here.

DJI Assistant 2 Release Notes

So the DJI Assistant software is not for one specific DJI hardware.  When you connect your DJI equipment to your computer and start up the DJI Assistant 2 application, it will recognize the device.  So to update the DJI Goggles for example, you would connect your goggles to your laptop via the mini-USB port. It is the same for DJI drones, gimbals, propulsion systems and flight controllers..

Now if you look at the latest release notes on the DJI Assistant 2, you can see all the fixes and new features for DJI&#;s full range of products. I have mentioned just a few below and you can find more on the DJI Assistant 2 download page.

  • M / M Pro &#; Optimized DJI Device D-RTK page
  • M / M Pro &#; Added Playback and Record mapping options to the Tools > Function Channel page
  • M &#; Added support for uploading flight data
  • Ronin 2 &#; Added support for configuring gimbal motors
  • Spark &#; Added the black box data transmission feature
  • A3  / N3 &#; Fixed bugs in Basic Settings > Remote Controller
  • Added an E ESC setting in DJI device
  • P4A &#; Added vision system calibration
  • DJI Goggles &#; Added support for uploading data
  • A3 / N3 &#; Added an option which allows the motors to start one by one
  • A3 / N3 &#; Added a control performance slider
  • A3 / N3 &#; Fixed an issue where altitude and distance limit switches displayed inconsistently
  • General &#; Added update function in Polygon No-fly Zone database for Phantom 4, Phantom 4 Pro, Mavic Pro and Inspire 2
  • M / M Pro &#; Added support for Tools > Shutter settings

So reading the release notes is extremely interesting.  You definitely can see how each firmware release fixes issue, makes improvements and adds new features to the device.

Note: If you require parts, upgrades or accessories for your DJI Mavic, then check out our below pages;

Modifying Mavic Pro With DJI Assistant 2

Now with the latest version v of the DJI Assistant, you are not able to see the extra setting to modify the Mavic flight settings and parameters.  With DJI Assistant 2 version v, you could make quite a few changes such as the below and many more.

  • Height Limit Removal
  • NFZ Removal
  • Wind Warning Removal
  • Faster RTF (Return To Home) Mode

If you have installed the v of the DJI Assistant 2, well you can&#;t have v installed at the same time. For example, there is no option to install the DJI Assistant to a different location in your hard drive.

So you have to uninstall the newer version and install the older v version. Or, if you have a 2nd computer you could install v on it, then attach your Mavic.

With v, you still need to make a small configuration change in the in the DJI Product → DJI Assistant 2 → App Files folder. The instructions are in the below video.

You can find and download the older DJI Assistant version v here.  Look below the video and  you will see the links. The .exe file will be for Windows computers and the .pkg will be to install the DJI Assistant on Macs.

In the below DJI Assistant 2 video, it shows you how to configure the Assistant 2 software to give you the extra developer tool settings and also how to modify your Mavic Pro.

Note: Please be careful making modification to your Mavic Pro.  If you are unsure on what you are changing, then do your research, post a question on the DJI forum or even write an email to DJI Support.  You definitely don&#;t want to make a change that would make your Mavic Pro crash.  No one wants that.

If you are into programming, then if you want to make changes to the Mavic pro or create new applications then you should sign up and use the DJI SDK developer tools.

Okay. Watch the below video and follow the instructions to modify your Mavic Pro.

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