This video will show you how to update the aircraft firmware update steps and its result analysis. Checking the firmware version. Connect the aircraft to the remote controller. Launch DJI Go. Enter camera view, go to aircraft status. Tap overall status. If the current firmware version is earlier than the newly released firmware version an update notification will pop up in the DJI Go app. Updating the firmware. Visit dji.com, download the latest firmware package. Take the Zenmuse X5 as an example. The aircraft firmware of any earlier version can be updated to the latest. The aircraft firmware can only downgrade to the previous firmware version. Unzip the download file, get the .bin file. Copy the file to the root directory of the micro SD card. Ensure that there are no other files on the Micro SD card. When the aircraft is powered off insert the micro SD card into the camera slot. Power on the aircraft. The aircraft will automatically update the firmware.
The battery in the gimbal and the camera will also be updated during the aircraft firmware update. Please note the following matters during the update: 1. If the gimbal becomes powerless continue updating and do not power off the aircraft. 2. If the rear LEDs turn on or turn off the sometimes or the color of the LED changes continue updating and do not power of the aircraft. When the aircraft makes a “D-DD sound it indicates the update is successfully. If multiple batteries need to be updated insert the batteries into the aircraft separately and perform the preceding steps. It will take about 3 minutes to update 1 battery. Checking the update result. Remove the micro SD card and insert it into the micro SD card adapter. Insert the micro SD card adapter into the PC and find out the generated .txt file on the micro SD card. Open the .txt file and check the update file. Result: success. The update is successful. Delete the .bin file on the micro SD card. Result: abort. If the firmware version is the latest there is no need to update. Delete the .bin file on the micro SD card. Result: Corrupted.
The firmware package is damaged. Go to dji.com and download the firmware package again. Result: failed. The update failed. Format the micro SD card and copy the .bin file to the micro SD card and update again. If upgrading fails repeatedly contact DJI support