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How To Connect DJI Drone (Step by Step Guide)

By: Author Elizabeth Ciobanu

Posted on Last updated: August 25, 2021

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DJI drones are unquestionably the most dominant drones in the entire drone industry because of their high-quality products. If you have a new DJI drone but are having trouble figuring out how to connect it to your phone or controller, we’ve got an answer for you. 

You can connect your DJI drone to your phone by using the compatible DJI flight control app, which can be downloaded on Android and iOS devices. Open the app and follow the steps on the screen to connect the phone to your drone’s own Wi-Fi connection and then complete the setup.

Even though it can be a bit tricky for some people especially if they are still new owners of DJI drones, with a little bit of guidance it shouldn’t be too hard to figure out how to connect your DJI drone with your phone. 

One common source of confusion is figuring out which DJI flight control app you need for your drone, as not all DJI drones use the same app. If you’ve got the wrong one downloaded, you won’t be able to make the drone connect to your phone. If this is tripping you up, check out our article on Which App Do I Need for My DJI Drone to find out which app you need to download. 

How to connect DJI Mini 2

1. download the dji fly app on your phone.

The difference between the DJI Mini 2 and other DJI drones is that the Mini 2 uses the DJI Fly app instead of the DJI Go app. That’s why, if you have a DJI Mini 2, you should download the DJI Fly app on your smartphone or tablet instead. This app is available for both Android and iOS users.

  • Download DJI Fly App for Android
  • Download DJI Fly App for iOS

2. Connect the phone to the controller

After downloading the DJI Fly app on your phone, the next thing to do is to connect your phone to the controller included in the box when you purchased your DJI Mini 2. This should be easy to do as the controller comes with connection cables that are compatible with most phones. Simply use the appropriate cable, connect it to the port of your phone, mount your phone onto the controller, and then turn the controller on.

3. Connect the controller to the drone using the DJI Fly app

Go to your phone and then open the DJI Fly app. You will be able to see Connect Aircraft at the bottom right of your phone’s screen. Press it and go to the Settings icon. Select the Control tab and Connect to Aircraft, which is at the bottom of the screen. The drone should now be ready to connect to the controller once the LED lights begin flashing.

4. Press the power button on the DJI Mini 2 for 4 seconds

Press and hold the power button on the DJI Mini 2 for 4 seconds. The LED lights on the drone should be flashing but will stop once the connection between it and the controller has been established. Once the feed of the drone can be seen on your phone, that means that the connection has been successfully established.

How to connect DJI Mavic Mini

Like the DJI Mini 2, the DJI Mavic Mini uses the DJI Fly app instead of the DJI Go app. That means that you need to download the DJI Fly app on your smartphone if you want to use the Mavic Mini . This app is available for both Android and iOS users.

After downloading the DJI Fly app on your phone, the next thing to do is to connect your phone to the controller included in the box when you purchased your DJI Mavic Mini. Look for the appropriate cable that fits your phone as you can use different types of cables depending on the connection type that your phone uses.

3. Power on your DJI Mavic Mini

After linking your phone to your controller, you should now power on your DJI Mavic Mini. Simply hold the power button on the drone until you see the LED lights blinking. Your phone won’t be able to see the feed from the drone just yet until you have established the connection between it and the drone via the controller.

4. Connect the controller to the drone using the DJI Fly app

Open the DJI Fly app and go to the lower right corner of your screen. Tap on Connect to Aircraft, which will allow you to connect your drone to the DJI Mini. Allow your controller to scan for 5 seconds for it to detect the DJI Mavic Mini. Once the scan has been completed, press the linking button on the screen of your phone. Go to the Settings icon and select the Control tab and Connect to Aircraft, which is at the bottom of the screen.

From there, hold the DJI Mavic Mini’s power button for 4 seconds until the LED lights start blinking. When they stop blinking, that is when the controller and the drone are now connected. This can be seen when the drone’s camera feed can be displayed on your phone.

How to connect DJI Mavic Pro, Mavic 2 Pro, and Mavic 2 Zoom

1. download the dji go 4 app on your phone.

While the DJI Fly app is used for the Mavic Mini, Mini 2, and Mavic Air 2, the DJI Go 4 App is for the other drones in the Mavic series. Simply download the DJI GO 4 app on the app store of your phone as it is compatible with both Android and iOS devices.

  • Download DJI Go 4 App for Android
  • Download DJI Go 4 App for iOS

From there, connect your phone to the controller using the appropriate cable. Your DJI Mavic Pro controller should have a port that you can find at the bottom, but you can also use the USB port on the bottom of the controller if you have a phone with a different connection port. Use the clamps on the controller to safely clamp your phone into place.

3. Look for the Wi-Fi credentials found on one of the arms of your drone

Go to your drone and look for the Wi-Fi credentials on it. Those credentials will be used for connecting your phone to your drone via the DJI Mavic Pro’s own Wi-Fi network. You can also simply scan the QR code later on when you are ready to connect the two devices.

4. Toggle the drone to Wi-Fi

Look for the control mode switch found on the right side of your Mavic Pro. Toggle it to Wi-Fi so that you will be able to connect to it using the drone’s Wi-Fi network.

5. Turn the drone on

Turn your DJI Mavic Pro on by pressing and holding the power button. After releasing it, press it quickly once again to hear the drone making the initializing sound, which means that the drone is now ready to be connected to your mobile device.

6. Connect the drone to your phone via the DJI Go 4 app

Open the DJI Go 4 app on your phone. On the app, select the correct drone model (Mavic Pro, Mavic 2 Pro, etc) at the top left side of the screen. After selecting the model, look for the menu button on the top right corner of the screen. Choose Scan QR Code to easily connect your phone with your DJI Mavic Pro. 

You can now connect to your drone’s Wi-Fi by pointing your phone’s camera to the QR code located on one of the arms of your Mavic Pro. Hold steady to capture a clear image. Once the code is scanned and the connection has been established, your phone is now connected to your DJI Mavic Pro.

How to connect DJI Phantom 3 and DJI Phantom 4

1. download the dji go app (for phantom 3) or dji go 4 app (for phantom 4) on your phone and power up your drone.

The Phantom 3 runs with the older version flight control app, so you should download the DJI Go app for your Phantom 3. If you’re flying a Phantom 4, you should download the DJI Go 4 app. The two apps are basically the same, but with a few upgrades to the latter. Both apps are available on Android and iOS. 

  • Download DJI Go App for Android
  • Download DJI Go App for iOS

Once the correct app is installed, power up your drone by pressing and holding the power button for 3 seconds.

After downloading the app, the next thing you need to do is to connect your DJI Phantom 3 or Phantom 4 controller to your phone. You do that by looking for the appropriate cable connector depending on the port that your phone is using. When you have connected the phone to the controller, you will have to select the exact DJI Phantom drone model on the app.

From there, attach the phone to the controller and make sure that it is clamped safely and properly. You will notice that the camera button on your DJI Go 4 app will turn blue the moment your phone has been connected to the controller.

3. Activate your DJI Phantom 3 or Phantom 4

The next thing you need to do is activate your DJI Phantom 3 or Phantom 4 on your DJI Go or Go 4 app. You will be prompted to do so the moment you connect your device to your controller. Simply click on next and you will be prompted to name your drone and the control mode you will be using. We suggest that you use the default, which is Mode 2.

Leave everything else as is and then click continue. Click your preferred video output. You will be asked to do a lot more things such as entering your DJI account details and connecting to the server. Simply do so and you will then be asked to confirm your account to activate your drone successfully and to update the drone’s firmware.

4. Calibrate the drone

After activating your DJI Phantom 3 or Phantom 4, you will now be asked to calibrate the drone using the app. Simply follow the instructions on the screen to calibrate the drone according to what the instructions tell you to do so. After you have successfully calibrated your drone, you are now connected to your DJI drone.

How to connect DJI Spark to phone

The DJI Spark also uses the DJI Go 4 app. The first thing you need to do is download the app on your phone. The DJI Go 4 app is available on both Android and iOS in their respective app stores.

2. Turn on your DJI Spark

After downloading the app, turn your DJI Spark drone on by holding onto the power button with a long press. Release the button and do a quick press on the same button, and you will hear the fans initializing.

3. Connect the drone using the DJI Go 4 app

From there, connect your DJI Spark through the DJI Go 4 app. Make sure that your phone is connected to the controller and that you set the app to Connect to a DJI Spark. Enter the password of the Wi-Fi credentials found on the drone. Or you can make things easier by simply scanning the QR code using the DJI Go 4 app.

Whatever the case may be, the important thing to take note of is to connect the app to your DJI Spark. Make sure that you turn off your mobile data so that you will be connected to your drone’s Wi-Fi network only.

4. Activate your DJI Spark and update the firmware

After connecting your phone to the DJI Spark drone, the next thing you need to do is follow the on-screen instructions to activate your drone. Activating your drone will require that you log in using your DJI credentials and that you register the drone under your name. From there, you will also be asked to calibrate the drone. This will only require you to follow the instructions, and you will then be prompted to update the drone’s firmware for you to fly your drone.

Why won’t my DJI drone connect to my phone?

If you are seeing some connection issues regarding any of the abovementioned drones, here are some possible causes to look into:

  • For those who want to connect to their drones via Wi-Fi, hold the power button for six seconds to turn the Wi-Fi on or toggle on the Wi-Fi connection type. That’s because some DJI drones previously connected to controllers will have their Wi-Fi connection turned off.
  • Turn off mobile data . You want your phone to focus on the Wi-Fi connection between it and the drone.
  • Close all of the other background apps to make sure that your phone’s processing power is focused on the drone.
  • Make sure that you charged the drone’s battery to full when trying to establish a connection. Some drones will need to have a lot of power during the initial connection between it and the phone.
  • Try checking the USB cable you are using to connect your phone to the controller. In many cases, connection problems can be caused by a faulty USB cable.

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Introduction

Welcome to this tutorial on how to connect the DJI Mini 2 to the controller. The DJI Mini 2 is a compact and powerful drone that offers an immersive flying experience. To operate the drone, you need to connect it to the controller, which allows you to control its movements and capture stunning aerial footage.

Connecting the DJI Mini 2 to the controller is a simple process that can be done in a few easy steps. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced drone pilot, this guide will walk you through the process of establishing a stable and reliable connection between the drone and the controller.

Before we dive into the steps, it’s important to make sure that you have your DJI Mini 2 and the controller fully charged. This will ensure that you have enough power to complete the setup process and enjoy an uninterrupted flight experience. Once you’ve done that, you’re ready to begin the connection process.

Connecting the DJI Mini 2 to the controller is not only essential for operating the drone, but it also unlocks a world of possibilities. By connecting the two devices, you can take advantage of advanced features such as real-time video transmission, intelligent flight modes, and precise control over the drone’s movements. Whether you’re a professional photographer, videographer, or simply an enthusiast looking to capture stunning aerial shots, connecting the DJI Mini 2 to the controller is the first step towards unlocking its full potential.

In the following sections, we’ll guide you through each step of the process, from powering on the DJI Mini 2 and the controller to calibrating the controller for optimal performance. By following these steps, you’ll be up and flying in no time, ready to explore the world from a whole new perspective. So let’s get started and connect your DJI Mini 2 to the controller!

Step 1: Power on the DJI Mini 2 and the Controller

The first step in connecting the DJI Mini 2 to the controller is to ensure that both devices are powered on. This is a fundamental step that establishes the foundation for a successful connection.

To power on the DJI Mini 2, locate the power button on the drone’s body. It is usually located on the side or underneath the drone. Press and hold the power button until the indicator lights on the drone begin to blink. This indicates that the drone is now powering on.

Next, you need to power on the controller. Locate the power button on the controller, usually located on the left side or top of the device. Press and hold the power button until you see the LED indicators on the controller start to light up. Once the LED indicators are lit, it means that the controller is now powered on and ready to establish a connection with the DJI Mini 2.

Ensure that the controller and the DJI Mini 2 are in close proximity to each other. This is important for a stable connection and to avoid any interference during the setup process. Make sure there are no obstacles between the controller and the drone that could interfere with the signal.

Now that both the DJI Mini 2 and the controller are powered on, you’re ready to move on to the next step, which is connecting the controller to your mobile device. This step is crucial as it allows you to access the DJI Fly app and control the drone’s functions through your mobile device.

In the following section, we’ll guide you through the process of connecting the controller to your mobile device, so you can take full control of your DJI Mini 2 and access its advanced features.

Step 2: Connect the Controller to your Mobile Device

After powering on the DJI Mini 2 and the controller, the next step is to establish a connection between the controller and your mobile device. This connection is necessary to access the DJI Fly app, which allows you to control and configure the drone’s settings.

Begin by unlocking your mobile device and navigating to the settings menu. Look for the Wi-Fi settings and make sure it is turned on. Locate the Wi-Fi network name that corresponds to your DJI controller. It should have a name similar to “DJI XXXX” or “DJI RC XXXX”, with the “XXXX” being a unique identifier.

Tap on the name of the DJI controller’s network to connect to it. Once connected, you may be prompted to enter a password or confirm the connection. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the connection process.

Once your mobile device is connected to the DJI controller’s network, launch the DJI Fly app. If you haven’t installed the app yet, you can download it from the Google Play Store (for Android) or the App Store (for iOS).

Upon launching the app, you will be prompted to log in with your DJI account or create a new one. This account allows you to access additional features and services, so it is recommended to create one if you don’t already have an account.

Follow the on-screen instructions to log in or create a new account. Once logged in, you will have access to the main interface of the DJI Fly app. You are now ready to proceed to the next step of connecting the DJI Mini 2 to the controller.

In the next section, we will guide you through the process of accessing the settings menu in the DJI Fly app, where you can configure and fine-tune the controller for optimal performance.

Step 3: Open the DJI Fly App and Go to Settings

Now that you have successfully connected the controller to your mobile device, it’s time to open the DJI Fly app and access the settings menu. This is where you can customize various aspects of the drone’s behavior and performance.

Launch the DJI Fly app on your mobile device, and you’ll be greeted with the home screen. Look for the gear icon or the settings option, usually located in the top-right corner of the screen. Tap on it to open the settings menu.

Once the settings menu is open, you’ll see a range of options that allow you to fine-tune and configure the controller’s settings. This includes options for flight control, camera settings, battery management, and much more.

Take some time to explore the different settings and familiarize yourself with the options available. Depending on your preferences and flying style, you can adjust parameters such as control sensitivity, flight mode, and camera settings to get the best possible experience with your DJI Mini 2.

It’s important to note that the specific options and settings available may vary slightly depending on the version of the DJI Fly app and the firmware of your DJI Mini 2. Make sure to keep your app and firmware updated to access the latest features and improvements.

Once you have configured the settings to your liking, you’re ready to proceed to the next step of connecting the DJI Mini 2 to the controller.

In the following section, we’ll guide you through the process of accessing the remote controller settings, where you can establish the final connection between the DJI Mini 2 and the controller.

Step 4: Access the Remote Controller Settings

Now that you have opened the DJI Fly app and accessed the settings menu, the next step is to navigate to the remote controller settings. This is where you can establish the final connection between the DJI Mini 2 and the controller.

In the settings menu of the DJI Fly app, look for the “Remote Controller” or “Controller Settings” option. It is typically located towards the top of the settings menu. Tap on it to access the remote controller settings.

Within the remote controller settings, you should see an option to connect the controller to the DJI Mini 2. Tap on this option, and the app will begin searching for the DJI Mini 2 drone.

Ensure that the DJI Mini 2 is powered on and in close proximity to the controller. The app should detect the drone and establish a connection automatically. Once the connection is established, you will see an indicator or a confirmation message on the app.

It is important to note that the connection process may take a few moments, depending on the strength of the signal and any potential interference. Be patient and allow the app to establish a stable connection with the DJI Mini 2.

Once the connection is successful, you have now successfully connected the DJI Mini 2 to the controller. This means you are now ready to take flight and explore the capabilities of your drone.

Remember to always follow local regulations and guidelines when flying your DJI Mini 2, and ensure that you have a clear understanding of the drone’s flight controls and features before taking off.

In the next step, we will guide you through the process of connecting the DJI Mini 2 to the controller physically and ensuring proper calibration for optimal performance.

Step 5: Connect the DJI Mini 2 to the Controller

After accessing the remote controller settings, the next step is to physically connect the DJI Mini 2 to the controller. This step ensures that the controller can communicate with the drone and allows you to control its movements.

On the DJI Mini 2, locate the included USB cable. One end of the cable should have a standard USB port, while the other end has a USB-C or micro-USB connector, depending on the model of your drone.

Connect the USB end of the cable to the USB port on the bottom of the controller. Then, connect the other end of the cable to the USB port on the DJI Mini 2 drone. Make sure the connections are secure and properly aligned.

Once the cable is connected, you should see the control interface of the DJI Fly app update to reflect the connection between the drone and the controller. This indicates that the physical connection is successful, and you are now ready to control the DJI Mini 2 using the controller.

Make sure to keep the cable securely connected throughout your flight to maintain a stable connection. Also, ensure that the cable is not obstructing any of the drone’s moving parts, such as the propellers.

It is recommended to test the connection by moving the control sticks on the controller and observing how the DJI Mini 2 responds. You should see the drone’s movements mirrored in the app’s control interface, confirming that the connection is working properly.

With the DJI Mini 2 connected to the controller, you can now enjoy full control over the drone’s flight and camera functions. Explore the various flight modes and features offered by the DJI Mini 2 to capture stunning aerial footage and create unforgettable memories.

In the next step, we will cover the process of calibrating the controller to ensure optimal performance and responsiveness.

Step 6: Calibrate the Controller

After connecting the DJI Mini 2 to the controller, it is essential to calibrate the controller to ensure optimal performance and responsiveness during flight. Calibration helps to fine-tune the controller’s sensors and ensure accurate control over the drone’s movements.

To begin the calibration process, open the DJI Fly app on your mobile device. Ensure that the DJI Mini 2 is powered on and connected to the controller.

In the app, navigate to the settings menu and locate the “Controller Calibration” or “Calibrate Controller” option. This option is usually found within the remote controller settings.

Tap on the calibration option, and the app will guide you through the calibration process. It may involve rotating the controller around different axes, tilting it in various directions, or following on-screen instructions.

Follow the steps provided by the app carefully during the calibration process. Make sure to perform the movements smoothly and precisely for accurate calibration.

Once the calibration is complete, the app will confirm the successful calibration of the controller. This indicates that the controller is now optimized and ready for flight.

Calibrating the controller is an essential step to ensure accurate control and stability during flight. It helps to eliminate any drift or inaccuracies that may occur due to variations in the controller’s sensors.

It’s important to note that calibration may need to be performed periodically or after any significant changes or updates to the DJI Mini 2 or the controller. Regular calibration helps maintain optimal performance and responsiveness.

With the controller properly calibrated, you are now ready to take to the skies and enjoy the full capabilities of your DJI Mini 2 drone.

Remember to always fly responsibly, follow local regulations and guidelines, and respect the privacy and safety of others while operating your drone.

Congratulations! You have successfully connected the DJI Mini 2 to the controller, calibrated the controller, and are now prepared to embark on exciting aerial adventures!

Connecting the DJI Mini 2 to the controller is a crucial step in unlocking the full potential of this compact and powerful drone. Through the step-by-step process outlined in this guide, you have learned how to power on the DJI Mini 2 and the controller, connect the controller to your mobile device, access the DJI Fly app and settings, and physically connect the DJI Mini 2 to the controller. Additionally, you have discovered the importance of calibrating the controller for optimal performance.

By following these steps, you can now take control of the DJI Mini 2, explore its advanced features, and capture breathtaking aerial footage. The DJI Fly app provides a user-friendly interface that allows you to access various settings, flight modes, and camera controls to enhance your drone flying experience.

Remember to stay up to date with the latest firmware updates for both the DJI Mini 2 and the DJI Fly app, as these updates often bring improvements and new features to enhance your drone’s capabilities.

When flying your DJI Mini 2, always adhere to local regulations and guidelines to ensure safe and responsible flight operations. Familiarize yourself with the drone’s flight controls, practice in open and suitable areas, and respect the privacy and safety of others.

Whether you are an enthusiast, hobbyist, or professional drone pilot, the DJI Mini 2 offers an immersive and exciting flying experience. With its long flight time, high-quality camera, and intelligent flight modes, you can capture stunning aerial shots and explore the world from a whole new perspective.

Now that you have successfully connected the DJI Mini 2 to the controller and calibrated it, it’s time to unleash your creative potential and embark on incredible aerial adventures. So go out there, fly responsibly, and capture the beauty of the world with your DJI Mini 2!

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  1. How to Connect a Drone to the Controller (the Easy Way)

    Step 1: Power on the Remote Controller first, then the drone The LED on the Remote Controller will produce a solid red light while that of the drone blinks yellow quickly, which indicates that the drone is ready to be connected to the controller. Step 2: Launch the app

  2. PDF PHANTOM 2 User Manual V1

    The PHANTOM 2 can be configured in the Assistant, by choosing Naza-M mode or Phantom 2 mode. This manual is for Phantom 2 mode. Please refer to the Naza-M V2 Quick Start Manual for more information. 1.2 Connections with Other DJI Products PHANTOM 2 is compatible with other DJI products, including ZENMUSE H3-2D and H3-3D gimbal,iOSD mini,

  3. How to bind or rebind a transmitter / remote controller to your DJI

    0:00 / 3:45 How to bind or rebind a transmitter / remote controller to your DJI Phantom, Vision+ On The Kitchen Table 17.3K subscribers Subscribe Subscribed L i k e 90K views 9 years ago To...

  4. Phantom 2 Controller won't attach to my computer

    Plug it in to the computer by usb. turn on your controller. Then open RC asst. 1.2. You should hear the connection tone when you connect to the computer when you turn on the controller. Plug it in to the computer by usb. turn on your controller.

  5. How to bind your controller to your Phantom 2 and Vision

    Just starting some How to Guide Video's on things you like to know and common task that are required to do to keep your Phantom flying safe.Please check out ...

  6. How To Connect DJI Drone (Step by Step Guide)

    Simply use the appropriate cable, connect it to the port of your phone, mount your phone onto the controller, and then turn the controller on. 3. Connect the controller to the drone using the DJI Fly app Go to your phone and then open the DJI Fly app. You will be able to see Connect Aircraft at the bottom right of your phone's screen.

  7. Connecting Controller to Computer via USB

    #1 All- I appreciate your patience with some basic questions I've posted here. I really only post on things that, obvious or not, really stump me. I am attempting to install the DJI Driver Installer and a dialog box pops up asking "Is the main controller is powered up and attached to the PC via USB cable?"

  8. PDF DJI Smart Controller User Manual 1.4

    Phantom 4 Pro v2.0 are supported. Support DJI Goggles: Support to view HDMI live broadcast by connecting the goggles (v01.00.05.00 or above) to the DJI Smart Controller (v01.00.07.00 or above). By connecting the goggles to the DJI Smart Controller using USB-C cable, users can see the camera view of the air unit on the screen of the Smart

  9. DJI Quick Tips

    Join the Official DJI Owners Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/dji.owners/Like DJI Support on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DJISupport/Follow DJI Su...

  10. DJI Phantom 4 Pro: How to Link the Remote Controller

    Turn on Remote Controller Press and hold the Power Button to turn on the DJI Remote Controller Connect Mobile Device Plug in your mobile device using the linking cable provided. Launch DJI GO 4 App Tap on DJI GO 4 App to boot it up. Turn on Intelligent Flight Battery Go to your DJI Phantom 4 and turn it on.

  11. Remote Controller Charging Guide

    DJI RC/DJI RC 2. Connect the USB-C charger to the USB-C port at the bottom of the remote controller, and the Battery Level LEDs in an array blink successively. The battery can be fully charged in about 1 hour and 30 minutes with a maximum charging power of 15 W. After the battery is fully charged, the Battery Level LEDs turn off, and then ...

  12. How to Link DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 to the Remote Controller

    1 minute read Scroll Down Linking the DJI Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 to the remote controller is a breeze with this Heliguy™. Once you've successfully linked your controller to the DJI Phantom 4 you'll be able to start flying. Grab your controller and DJI Phantom 4 V2.0 to start this fast tutorial and get flying today. Connect Device to USB

  13. How To Connect DJI Controller To PC

    Step 1: USB Cable Connection. The first step in connecting your DJI controller to your PC is to establish a physical connection using a USB cable. Here's how to do it: Locate the USB port on your DJI controller. The port is typically located on the side or bottom of the controller.

  14. PDF PHANTOM Advanced Manual V1.4 2013.03.22-R

    Assemble the Ratchet Nut to the Nut Hole Location,and fix the Throttle Ratchet onto the Ratchet Nut and the Screw Hole Location. Adjust the. screw height of the Throttle Support to change the tension, so as to give you the required operating feel. Remove the left Centering Unit and the Centering Spring.

  15. DJI Phantom 4 In Depth Part 2: The Remote Controller

    Turn on the remote controller, connect it to your mobile device and launch the DJI GO app. Power up the Phantom 4 Battery. Select 'Camera', press the remote controller icon, then tap the 'Linking RC' button. The controller is now ready to link with the Phantom 4, the status LED will flash blue and the controller will emit a tone.

  16. Can I use the trainer port on a DJI Phantom 2 controller for a buddy

    As far as I can tell, the trainer port on the back is only for use in a simulator as evidenced in links: 1, 2, 3. According the links 4 , 5 , there is no known way to get buddy-box functionality without modification.

  17. How to Link the Remote Controller on DJI Phantom 4 Pro

    Here are some helpful tips on how to link the remote controller on DJI Phantom 4 Pro.Need help? Contact us via Facebook Messenger by clicking on this link: h...

  18. DJI RC Assistant wont connect to remote control

    having similar issues with my own Phantom Vision 2 Plus trying desperately to get it into NAZA mode so we can really play may have to swing by and pick up another controller, mine is getting "lease Connect Controller" for windows 3.4 and 3.6 versions, but the RC assistant shows it right away. (obv installed win driver)

  19. How To Connect DJI Mini 2 To Controller

    Step 2: Connect the Controller to your Mobile Device. After powering on the DJI Mini 2 and the controller, the next step is to establish a connection between the controller and your mobile device. This connection is necessary to access the DJI Fly app, which allows you to control and configure the drone's settings.

  20. PDF DJI Smart Controller

    series and Phantom 4 Pro v2.0 are supported. Support DJI FPV Goggles: Support to view HDMI live broadcast by connecting the goggles (v01.00.05.00 or above) to the DJI Smart Controller (v01.00.07.00 or above). By connecting the goggles to the DJI Smart Controller using USB-C cable, users can see the camera view of the air unit on the screen of the

  21. Which drone models does DJI RC remote controller support?

    When paired with drones that support O3+ video transmission, such as the Mavic 3, DJI RC can provide low-latency HD 1080p/60fps live feed with a max transmission range of 15 km. The remote controller lasts up to four hours on a full charge, ensuring there's enough juice to shoot at multiple locations. Add DroneDJ to your Google News feed.