This video will show you how to upgrade the firmware on your Matrice 600 with the Zenmuse X5. When new firmware has been released on the official DJI website the DJI Go app will automatically prompt you to upgrade the firmware. Firmware updates enhance system, performance and introduce new functions. Matrice 600 and Zenmuse X5 must be upgraded separately. Upgrade Matrice 600 with DJI Assistant 2 and Zenmuse X5 firmware with a Micro SD card. 1. Upgrading the firmware on the Matrice 600. Visit www.dji.com/ and click flying platforms under industrial, click downloads. Under software download DJI Assistant 2, install DJI Assistant 2, start DJI Assistant 2. Power on the aircraft. Connect the LED port on the Matrice 600 to your computer with the USB cable. Matrice 600 and DJI Lightbridge 2 icons will be displayed on screen. Click Matrice 600 then click firmware upgrade. Choose the latest firmware version and click upgrade. Click start to upgrade and wait for the upgrade to complete. When the firmware has been upgrade successfully. Click unlock. Note that the unlock button is only displayed when main controller firmware needs to be upgraded. If the upgrade fails please try again following the steps in this video. If upgrading fails repeatedly please contact DJI after sales technical support. Check if nay settings have been changed after the upgrade. If so adjust the settings as needed. If multiple battery sets need to be upgraded please insert each set and perform the upgrade. The M600 upgrade is complete. You can upgrade Lightbridge 2 in a similar fashion. Click the DJI Lightbridge 2 icon. Choose the latest firmware and click upgrade. Click start to upgrade and wait for the upgrade to complete.
2. Upgrading the firmware on the Zenmuse X5. Under camera firmware download the camera firmware package to the computer. After decompression a .bin file will appear. Copy the .bin file into the root directory of the Micro SD card. Power on the Matrice 600 and insert the micro SD card into the camera. Power off the remote controller and power on the Matric 600. The firmware will upgrade automatically. During upgrading you’ll hear the following sound. This sound indicates the camera is detecting the upgrade file. This sound indicates the camera is upgrading. The sound indicate the upgrade is complete. A long beep indicates that the upgrade has failed. If the upgrade fails please format the micro SD card and copy the .bin file again following the steps in this video. Note that earlier versions of the X5 may fail to upgrade after power on. In this case please disconnect the CAN cable connecting the camera with the Matric 600 and try again. To check whether the camera has upgraded successfully remove the micro SD card and insert it to a card reader. Connect the card reader to your computer and find the .txt file. Open the file and check whether result success is displayed. If so the upgrade is complete and the camera is ready is use. Please delete the .bin file from the micro SD card after upgrading.
If result abort is displayed the camera has already been upgraded to the latest version and the camera is ready to use. If you find result corrupted the firmware upgrade package has been damaged. Please download another firmware upgrade package from the official DJI website. If you find result failed the upgrade has failed. Please format the micro SD card, copy the .bin file to the SD card, copy the .bin file to the SD card an try upgrading again following the steps in this video. If upgrading fails repeatedly please contact DJI after sales technical support. 3. Upgrading firmware on the remote controller. Power off the Matrice 600 before upgrading. Connect the remote controller with your mobile device and turn on the remote controller. Open the DJI Go app. Enter the camera screen, the aircraft status bar will prompt you to upgrade the remote controller. Connect your mobile device to the internet. Select download upgrade package. After the upgrade package has been downloaded select start to upgrade. During the upgrade you’ll hear the following sounds. If you hear this sound and the LED is solid blue the remote controller is begin upgraded. If you hear this sound and the LED turns green the upgrade is complete.
Note that after the remote controller has been upgraded successfully. A prompt saying RC upgrade complete will appear. The current firmware version and a prompt saying please reboot your RC will appear. If the upgrade fails please try again following the steps shown in this video. If upgrading fails repeatedly please contact DJI after sales technical support.