DJI Releases New Firmware Update for Mini 4 Pro Drone

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Exciting New Features and Compatibility Enhancements Unveiled

On April 11, 2024, DJI, the world’s leading drone manufacturer, released a new firmware update for their popular Mini 4 Pro drone. This update, version 01.00.0400 for the aircraft and v02.02.0000 (DJI RC 2) / v01.01.0300 (DJI RC-N2) for the remote controller, brings exciting new features and compatibility enhancements to the Mini 4 Pro.

DJI Goggles 3 and DJI RC Motion 3 Support

One of the most notable additions in this Firmware Update is the support for DJI Goggles 3 and DJI RC Motion 3. Users can now enjoy an even more immersive flying experience with their Mini 4 Pro when paired with these cutting-edge accessories. To learn more about compatibility, DJI encourages users to visit their official website and refer to the Consumer Drones and Goggles Compatibility Information specifically for DJI Goggles 3.

Remote ID Compliance

In an effort to comply with the increasing regulations surrounding drone operations, the new firmware update also includes support for Remote ID requirements in certain Countries and regions. This feature ensures that the Mini 4 Pro meets the necessary identification and tracking standards, promoting safer and more responsible drone usage.

Updating Your Mini 4 Pro

To take advantage of these new features, users must update their DJI Fly App to version 1.13.0 or later on both iOS and Android devices. In the event of an update failure, DJI recommends restarting the aircraft, remote controller, and the DJI Fly or DJI Assistant 2 (Consumer Drones Series) applications before attempting the update process again.

The Mini 4 Pro, with its compact size and advanced features, has become a favorite among drone enthusiasts and professionals alike. This latest firmware update demonstrates DJI’s commitment to continuously improving their products and providing users with the best possible flying experience.

As the Drone Industry continues to evolve, updates like this one will play a crucial role in ensuring that drones remain safe, compliant, and capable of meeting the ever-changing needs of their users.

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