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How To Update The Firmware On The DJI Mavic Mini Drone

Here’s a simple step by step guide on how to update the firmware on your DJI Mavic Mini, using either the DJI Fly App or DJI Assistant 2.

To enjoy an optimal flight experience, make sure you are always using the latest firmware.

Tip: Make sure that there is at least 50% battery left before beginning an update.

To Update The Firmware With The DJI Fly App

Step One: Power on and connect the aircraft and remote controller.

Step Two: When your mobile device is connected to the internet the DJI Fly App will automatically check the firmware version. If there is a new firmware update available a prompt will appear in the app.

Step Three: Enter the firmware update page and tap ‘Update’. During the update, do not power off or exit the app.

Step Four: After the firmware update is complete, the aircraft will power off automatically.

To Update The Firmware Using DJI Assistant 2

Tip: You will need to update the firmware for the Mavic Mini and the remote controller respectively.

Step One: Power on the aircraft and then connect it to your computer using a USB cable.

Step Two: Enter DJI Assistant 2, log in and select the device.

Step Three: After being shown the firmware version, tap ‘Update’ and choose the latest firmware version. During the update do not power off the aircraft, exit DJI Assistant 2, or remove USB cable.

Step Four: After the firmware update is complete, the aircraft will power off automatically.

Step Five: Repeat the above steps to update the remote controller firmware. Firstly, power on the remote controller.

Step Six: Connect the remote controller to your computer using a USB cable then select the device and the latest firmware version.

Step Seven: After the update is complete, the remote controller will restart automatically.