How to Re-Install Firmware on DJI Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom, Enterprise Series, Mavic Air 2 or Mavic Mini

From time to time it is a good idea to re-install the firmware on your Mavic drone, especially if you’re receiving any sort of errors relating to having inconsistent firmware between your drone, controller or smart controller.

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  1. Download DJI Assistant 2 For Mavic (Windows OR MAC)
  2. Install and open up the software.
3. Connect your USB-C to USB-B to your Windows or MAC, computer.
4. Your DJI Mavic 2 Pro Zoom, Mavic 2 Enterprise Series, Mavic Air 2 OR Mavic Mini will show up here.
5. Double left click on your Mavic 2 Pro (in this case).
You might be prompted to update your no-fly zone (NFZ) database. Ignoring is an option.
NFZ Update is fast and completed in less than 30 seconds on my laptop.
Click on ‘Release Note’ to what’s new in the current firmware.
V01.00.0510 Release Notes for Example
Now, left click on ‘REFRESH’ to reinstall the current firmware onto your DJI Mavic 2 Pro. ­čÖé
Grab your USB C cable and connect it to your computer.
Be sure to use a battery that has greater than 50% charge. I had to close out the application and re-launch after swapping out the battery.
Excellent! We have re-installed our firmware onto our DJI Mavic Drone.

It’s a pretty easy process and does require you have a battery with greater than 50% charge.

That’s it. Now your firmware has been re-installed which might come in handy if you were running into any problems with malfunctioning or other firmware errors from the DJI GO 4 app.