To ensure your DJI Mavic 2 can fly to it's full potential it's pivotal that you update your firmware when prompted. It only takes a couple of moments and will help fix any bugs or issues you may currently be experiencing.
Updating the firmware will mean the latest firmware has been uploaded onto your DJI Mavic 2 and Remote Controller. This will result in a smoother and safer flying experience.
- Turn On Mavic 2 and Remote Controller
Both the DJI Mavic 2 and Remote Controller must be turned on in order to update the firmware. Press and hold the power on buttons located on both devices.
- Connect Phone to Internet
Your phone will need connecting to the internet in order for the firmware to download. Make sure you have a good WiFi connection as this will reduce the time it takes for the firmware to update.
- Link Mavic 2 and Remote Controller
The DJI Mavic 2 and Remote Controller need linking. If you need help with linking the aircraft to remote controller we have a blog dedicated to just this!
- Launch DJI GO 4 App
Download and launch the DJI GO 4 App.
- 'New Firmware' Notification will Appear
Once in the App a notification will appear that prompts you to update your firmware.
- Click 'Download'
Simply click Download to start the firmware update.
- Change Each Battery to Update Them
Each battery will need it's firmware updating so be sure to update all your batteries. To update batteries simply plug them into your DJI Mavic 2 and follow step 5 and 6 again!
- Firmware is Updated
Once your all batteries have been swapped out and updated you can now go fly.
It's vital to keep your firmware updated as it ensures your aircraft is function at it's fullest capabilities. If you need any help, support or advice regarding firmware updates give us a call or email us.