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HOW TO: Install DJI Phantom 3 firmware

Follow the steps below to install the latest firmware on your Phantom 3, remote controller, and Phantom batteries. Ensure you follow the steps from top-to-bottom. Carefully read each step and ensure you perform them exactly as written.

Install the latest version of DJI GO

1) Before installing a new firmware update, you should confirm that you're using the most recent version of the DJI GO app. If using an Apple device, check the Apple App Store to see if an update is available. If using an Android device, you can check the current version and/or download the latest version of the DJI GO app from the DJI Download Center .

Download the firmware

2) Download the latest firmware ZIP file from DJI's download page:

  • Phantom 3 Advanced Downloads
  • Phantom 3 Professional Downloads

Firmware must always be installed on your Phantom, but not all firmware updates need to be installed on the batteries and remote controller. Review the release notes so you understand what was changed and you're aware of any special installation instructions.

  • Phantom 3 Standard Release Notes
  • Phantom 3 4K Release Notes
  • Phantom 3 Advanced Release Notes
  • Phantom 3 Professional Release Notes

Prepare your memory card

3) Delete all files from your memory card or format it.

4) Open the firmware ZIP file downloaded in step #2 above, extract the BIN file, and copy it to the root level of your memory card.

Install the firmware on your Phantom

5) Ensure your Phantom battery is at least 50% charged. This means you should see at least 2 lights illuminate when pressing the power button . If needed, stop here and charge your battery until it is at least 50% charged.

6) Make sure both your Phantom and remote controller are turned off.

7) Remove the props and gimbal lock from your Phantom.

8) Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the camera.

9) Insert the Phantom battery into your Phantom and power it on. To power on the battery, press and release the battery button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

10) Watch the camera status light to monitor the installation process. It should do the following:

  • Flash green while your Phantom is starting up.
  • Alternate between red and green while the firmware update is being installed.
  • Turn solid green when the firmware update successfully completes. You will also hear a D-DD beeping sound that repeats.

11) When the camera status light turns solid green, power down your Phantom by turning off the Phantom battery. To power down the battery, press and release the power button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

12) To verify the firmware installed successfully, open the TXT file that was created on your memory card and verify that the last line of the TXT file includes success .

13) Delete the TXT file from your memory card.

Install the firmware on your remote controller using the DJI GO app

14) Install the latest version of the DJI GO app on your mobile device. If you have an Apple device, you should install the DJI GO app from the App Store on your Apple device. If you're using an Android device, you should download the DJI GO app from DJI's download page.

15) Turn on your remote controller. To power on the remote controller, press and release the power button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

16) Ensure your remote controller has at least 50% battery level (at least two white lights are lit up at the bottom of the remote controller ). If needed, stop here and charge your remote controller.

17) Connect your remote controller to your tablet/phone using a USB cable (for Android devices) or Lightning cable (for Apple devices).

18) Turn on your tablet/phone.

19) Verify that your tablet/phone has at least 30 MB of free memory. If it does not, remove some unneeded files and/or uninstall some unneeded apps to free up enough memory.

20) Connect your tablet/phone to the Internet.

21) Start the DJI GO app.

22) Click the Enter Camera View button.

23) Click the rectangle status message at the top, center of the DJI GO app. You should see an "Upgrade Required" message to the right of Overall Status . If you do not see this message, disconnect and reconnect your USB/Lightning cable .

24) Click the Upgrade Required message.

25) Tap download the firmware update package to download the firmware. Once downloaded, click the "Start to upgrade" button to start the firmware installation process. A progress bar will be displayed to allow you to track the installation progress.

26) The remote controller status light will blink blue while the firmware is being installed. The remote controller status light will blink green when the update has successfully completed.

27) When the installation has completed, the remote controller status light blinks green and you'll see an upgrade completed message in the DJI GO. Power down your remote controller via the power button. To power down the remote controller, press and release the power button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

28) To verify the firmware installed successfully, look in the General Settings --> About section of DJI GO to verify you see the new firmware version. The Overall Status in the DJI GO app should display a "Normal" status .

Install the firmware on your remote controller using a memory card

29) Turn off your remote controller.

30) Insert your memory card into a memory card reader and plug the memory card reader into the USB port on the back of your remote controller.

  • Insert the memory card into the camera memory card slot on your Phantom.
  • Connect the DJI USB cable from your camera to your remote controller.
  • Remove the props from your Phantom.
  • Power on your Phantom. To do so, press and release the battery button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

31) Turn the remote controller on and wait for the update to begin. It can take up to 60 seconds for the update process to start.

32) The remote controller status light will be solid blue while the firmware is installing. The remote controller status light will be solid green when the update has successfully completed.

33) To verify the firmware installed successfully, open the TXT file that was created on your memory card and verify that the last line of the TXT file includes success .

34) Delete the TXT file from your memory card.

Install the firmware on your Phantom batteries

35) Ensure your Phantom battery is at least 50% charged. This means you should see at least 2 lights illuminate when pressing the battery button . If needed, stop here and charge your battery until it is at least 50% charged.

36) Turn off your Phantom.

37) Remove the props and gimbal lock from your Phantom.

38) Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the camera.

39) Insert the Phantom battery into your Phantom and power it on. To power on the battery, press and release the power button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

40) The upgrade process will begin automatically after your Phantom is powered on. Watch the camera status light to monitor the installation process. It should do the following:

41) Power down your Phantom by turning off the Phantom battery. To power down the battery, press and release the power button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

42) To verify the firmware installed successfully, open the TXT file that was created on your memory card and verify that the last line of the TXT file includes success .

43) Delete the TXT file from your memory card.

44) If you have additional batteries, then go back to step #35 above and repeat these steps with the next battery.

Keep or delete the firmware BIN file

45) At this point, you can delete the BIN file from your memory card OR keep it on your memory card. DJI recommends keeping the BIN file on your memory card in case you need to install it on new batteries in the future.

Check and/or restore all settings in the DJI GO app

46) Open the DJI GO app and verify that all of your previous settings are still set. You'll want to do this while your Phantom is turned on (with the props off) and your remote controller is connected to the DJI GO application via your mobile device. This is important since many of the settings are saved on the Phantom itself.

Recalibrate

47) Do the following calibrations from within the DJI GO application:

  • Calibrate the IMU (on a completely level surface)
  • Calibrate the compass (outside away from anything metallic)
  • Calibrate the remote controller
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Flying dji’s new phantom 3 standard—better software, better camera, updated platform has stricter flight controls and more attention to detail..

Lee Hutchinson - Aug 5, 2015 12:01 pm UTC

AAAAAH IT'S COMING RIGHT TOWARD ME!

My first experience with DJI’s Phantom quadcopter drones was unboxing a Phantom 2 Vision+ and then flying it directly into a tree . This time around, as I unboxed the irreplaceable prototype Phantom 3 Standard, I resolved that I’d be more careful. No wild overconfident flights into hungry foliage. And so far, dear readers, I have managed to not wreck the thing—which is good, because the whole "sorry I destroyed your drone" e-mail conversation is one I’d love to never have again.

Back in April, we sent Ars Androidmeister Ron Amadeo to the launch event for DJI’s new Phantom 3 line of quadcopter drones. Two new models were announced: the $1,259 Phantom 3 Professional and the $999 Phantom 3 Advanced. At the time, the differentiation was that the Pro version would shoot 4K video and the Advanced would shoot 1080p, but DJI has made some changes to its line-up. First off, there is now a third Phantom 3 model: the Standard. Second, it shoots "2.7K" video (2704x1520) at 30fps, 1080p video at up to 48fps, and 720p video at up to 60fps. This puts its video abilities far above the Advanced model—we assume the entire line will be getting a spec bump to go along with the Standard’s release.

Drone or quadcopter?

Hardware and remote.

Unlike the Pro and Advanced models, the Phantom 3 Standard uses a hand-held remote that very much resembles the previous Phantom 2 Vision+, although it sheds the bulky external Wi-Fi module. The remote adds a pan slider to the upper left corner so that you can control the drone’s camera without taking your hands off of the control sticks, and the left stick also locks into place when pulled all the way down, allowing you to keep the drone descending without having to maintain backward deflection on the left stick.

Other than those bits, the remote looks the same. To control the drone, you install DJI’s new DJI GO app (currently iOS only) and connect your phone or iPad to the remote’s Wi-Fi network. Once connected, you can watch a live feed from the drone’s camera and trigger video recordings or stills. The app displays the drone’s position, altitude, remaining battery, the number of GPS satellites it can see, and an estimate of whether the drone has enough battery power remaining to fly back home (you can also trigger the "return home" mode from within the app).

The Phantom 3 Standard itself at first glance appears identical to the Phantom 2 Vision Plus we flew last year, though the red stripes on its forward rotor arms are shiny red instead of matte (the Pro and Advanced Phantom 3s sport gold and silver stripes, respectively). The real difference, though, is the gimballed camera slung underneath the Phantom 3 on its shock-resistant mount. It’s clearly got a beefier lens assembly than the Phantom 2.

  • The Phantom 3 Standard in flight. I actually shot this without a photographer—just set the thing to hover, gingerly put down the remote, and grabbed the DSLR. Once it has a GPS lock, the drone holds its position pretty solidly even when it's windy. Lee Hutchinson
  • The Phantom 3 Standard and its remote. Unlike the Phantom 3 Advanced and Pro, the Standard's remote resembles the Phantom 2's, with its single antenna and Wi-Fi connection to your phone. Lee Hutchinson
  • Close-up on the remote.
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  • Top oblique view of the Phantom 3 Standard. Lee Hutchinson
  • Detail on the updated "2.7K" camera and gimbal assembly from the left. Visible on top is the SD card slot. Lee Hutchinson
  • Camera, gimbal, and shock absorbing mount from oblique high right. Lee Hutchinson

In flight, the Phantom 3’s handling characteristics feel very similar to Phantom 2—although it’s been about a year since I last logged any time with a Phantom 2, so there might be differences I’m not remembering. I spent the majority of my Phantom 2 time with the drone set to its optional "NAZA mode," which unlocked some of the drone’s advanced functionality; I didn’t make any direct alterations to the Phantom 3’s settings.

Out of the box, the drone comes configured in "Beginner Mode," which prevents the drone from taking off until it has a solid GPS lock and limits its flight range to a hemispherical area around the operator with a radius of 30 meters. With Beginner mode disabled, the drone will fly as far away as its remote signal will allow it to go—with the exception of straight up. Unlike with the Phantom 2 in NAZA mode, the Phantom 3 Standard enforces a hard altitude limit, which by default is set to 120 meters (about 400 ft). This is unequivocally a good thing—we drew a lot of criticism last time around for taking the Phantom 2 up to about 1,000 feet (about 305 meters), which on reflection was probably a pretty stupid thing to do.

Still, the DJI GO app can be configured to allow a max flight ceiling of 500m (about 1,640ft). In fact, many of the settings which were previously only editable in DJI’s badly translated hacky desktop application have been relocated to the iOS app, including the ability to enable the more advanced IOC course lock mode (which allows you to do tricks like moving the drone along a straight track while pivoting—useful for keeping a subject in view with the camera). The drone still follows the same restricted airspace model as before, though: it won’t fly higher than a few hundred feet within about five miles of controlled airspace, and within about a mile-and-a-half of an airport, the drone will refuse to take off. Assuming, of course, you want to fly with GPS. You can still disable GPS and force the thing to fly no matter where you are, just like with any remote-controlled aircraft.

  • Looking at the live camera relay through the DJI GO app, staring down my driveway.
  • The available video resolution and frame rate options.
  • Hovering over my neighborhood testing out the camera. I was able to do this for several minutes without being shot at, so that's pretty good.
  • The DJI GO app traces out your flight path, though because I was using an iPad without cellular Internet connectivity, I couldn't get the map and the drone both up at the same time (the iPad connects to the drone's remote via Wi-Fi).
  • The app contains a plethora of options, including alternate control stick layouts.
  • The app also lets you turn on YouTube Live Streaming—which, again, I couldn't try out because I had no cellular connection.
  • Battery and power status.
  • The maximum flight altitude is configurable from within the app as well. Flying at 500 meters is probably not a good idea—hell, flying above even 100 meters is probably not a good idea, considering the possibility of interfering with light aircraft.
  • In the app's advanced settings, you can turn on IOC mode and other advanced settings. Previously altering these settings required using DJI's terrible desktop app and interfacing with the drone directly via USB.
  • The app also contains a "simulator" game to familiarize yourself with the drone's controls.
  • The simulator also calls out all of the app's data fields.

Response to control inputs was extremely snappy and authoritative, although it seemed like the drone’s yaw response while in forward motion was a little laggy—it’s possible this is because the flight software is a little more conservative with its maneuvering than the Phantom 2 was in NAZA mode. Nonetheless, even in light winds with some moderate gusting, the Phantom 3 Standard was rock-steady, holding itself within a 2-ish meter bounding box pretty much no matter what was happening.

The new drone seems to lock onto GPS satellites much faster than before, taking only a few seconds to show an acceptable number of satellites, whereas the Phantom 2 Vision+ would often take a full minute to show it was safe to fly. Once airborne, we had no problems flying it to what we judged as "hella far away" distances—in a clear field with no obstructions, we were able to maintain control at easily over a thousand feet away (about 300 meters).

Further Reading

The big update—pictures and video.

Compared to the Phantom 2 Vision+, image quality has been massively improved. The 1080p video produced by the P2V+ was passable, but grainy and marred by substantial fisheye distortion. The floaty, ethereal quality of the stabilized images was wonderful, but the actual images themselves weren’t anything amazing.

The Phantom 3 Standard now actually produces great video and great stills. On the still side of things, DJI’s spec sheet for the camera says it operates with a 35mm equivalent of 20mm at f/2.8, with a max image size of 12MP at 4000x3000. It will do single shot or burst with auto exposure bracketing, and—nicest of all—it can store its images on its included SD card as both JPG and Adobe DNG RAW files.

  • An unprocessed JPG export of a DNG RAW image straight out of the camera. Lee Hutchinson
  • Some post-processing in Lightroom cleans it right up. It's still noisy, but it's not at all bad. Lee Hutchinson
  • Another unprocessed JPG export of a DNG RAW image straight out of the camera.
  • Again, post-processing the DNG in Lightroom makes for a perfectly serviceable image. Lee Hutchinson

For video, there are several choices of resolution and frame rate. As noted at the beginning, the camera can record "2.7K" video (2704x1520) at 24 or 30 frames per second; it can also shoot 1920x1080 video at 24, 25, 30, or 48 fps and 1280x720 at 24, 25, 30, 48, 50, or 60 fps. The video is stored as MPEG4 AVC/h.264 files on the drone’s SD card slot (which means that if you lose your drone, you lose your recorded video from that flight!). The most difficult part for us was keeping our iPad balanced on the bottom edge of the remote control, since the grabby mounting "claw" is sized for phones and not tablets; actually seeing streamed video on the iPad’s screen in full sunlight was also extremely problematic (though that’s not the drone’s fault, of course).

The low light performance is improved, mostly as a function of having a much superior lens and sensor, but it’s still not wonderful. The drone is actually a lot easier to keep track of at night in the air because of its flashing LEDs, but the images it beams back are still fuzzy.

There’s a lot of functionality in the new app that we haven’t yet had a chance to dig into. Last year, the mobile apps DJI had for use with the Phantom 2 Vision+ felt like they had been hastily assembled and lacked a lot of functionality; this year, the iOS app is both easier to navigate and also much, much smarter. Of particular interest is the ability to do live YouTube streaming from within the DJI app (something we couldn’t test yet because we were limited to using a Wi-Fi-only iPad—the prerelease version of the DJI GO app wouldn’t run on my iPhone 5S).

DJI has said they might want to ship us an updated version of the Phantom 3 Standard to do a full review on once the product is available, so we’ll hold the exhaustive analysis until we’ve got shipping hardware and software in our hands. As to that release date and pricing: DJI hasn’t announced either yet, but a DJI representative confirmed to Ars that it would be less than the price of the Phantom 3 Advanced.

Updated: DJI has informed Ars early this morning that the price will be $799 and that the Standard can be ordered today from DJI's store . Shipping will start soon.

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Keeping your product updated to the latest version of firmware can improve its functionality, stability, and use experience. When the app prompts that there is a new firmware available, it is recommended that you update the firmware in a timely manner. If the firmware of an earlier version is used for a long time, it may affect the performance of the product.

1. The firmware update will take approximately 10 minutes. It is normal that the gimbal goes limp, aircraft status indicators blink, and the aircraft reboots. Wait patiently until the update is complete.

2. Before performing an update, make sure the Intelligent Flight Battery is at least 50% charged and the remote controller is at least 30% charged.

3. Do not disconnect the aircraft from the computer during an update

4.  If using the computer to update, m ake sure the computer has access to the internet.

Firmware Update Tutorial

  

Two common firmware update methods are available (different updating methods are applicable to different products):

1. Updating via app  

2. Updating via DJI Assistant 2

Updating via app

The following steps use DJI Fly app and Mavic Air 2 as an example to describe how to use the DJI Fly app to install a firmware upgrade.

1. Power on the drone and remote controller. After the drone is connected to the app, tap Update when the app displays a prompt indicating that there is new firmware available.

2. During the download, keep the mobile device network connected and the app will automatically download the firmware.

3. After the firmware is downloaded, tap Update to start updating the firmware. When the progress bar is completed, the firmware is updated successfully. Then the drone will restart automatically.

* Do not power off your drone or exit the app during the update process.

Updating via DJI Assistant 2

1. Power on the drone, insert a USB cable on the side of the drone, and connect it to a computer.

2. Launch DJI Assistant 2, log in with your DJI account, and click the device shown under CONNECTED DEVICES.

3. Wait for the software interface to load the drone firmware list, and click UPGRADE.

4. After the upgrade is completed, the drone will automatically restart.

*  Different aircraft use different versions of DJI Assistant 2. Please refer to the following list to download the corresponding software:

If the firmware update fails, please check Aircraft Firmware Update Failure .

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DJI Phantom 3 Firmware Update – Complete Guide

dji phantom 3 standard software

Firmware is an important update in several points of view. Not all drone owners, know how to update their  Phantom 3. Firstly, it eliminates the errors of older versions of software, and secondly, it allows you to access the new features of applications for your drone. When you are upgrading Phantom 3 software, you get the access to the new features. Except for the firmware upgrade on your Phantom 3 itself, you have the option to upgrade the battery, controller and mobile application. Here we will explain to you why, when and how you need to update the firmware on your DJI Phantom 3 for Pro, Advanced, 4K and Standard model. So let’s begin.

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Why You Need To Upgrade The Latest Firmware Version?

Firmware is software that controls the operation of the hardware of the device (in this case the Phantom 3).  Without firmware, most of the electronic devices we use daily can’t work. Firmware performs a limited number of functions, as well as a full-fledged, multi-functional operating system. Smartphones, tablets, iWatches use the operating system, and its installation can be called the firmware process. It is pre-modified and compiled into an image, and recorded in the internal memory of the device. Drones use a lot of complex firmware system, as it is necessary to maintain and coordinate drones in the air.

What are the benefits of upgrading the firmware to DJI Phantom 3?

  • New update of firmware can unlock new features that are released by DJI.
  • New update can fix bugs that have been identified
  • New update can add the support for latest apps

Therefore, the main purpose of updating the firmware is to correct, adjust, in rare cases, the disclosure of previously hidden potential to your Phantom 3. Most manufacturers release updates for the firmware of their devices on a regular basis, while providing the necessary software tools for recording new firmware. With each new version we advise you to make an update that has been released by the DJI. With regular maintenance and firmware updating, you will avoid all possible errors and keep your drone to the best of its abilities.

Where You Can Find The Latest Phantom 3 Firmware Updates?

The latest firmware updates for Phantom 3 can always be found on DJI official website . On their page you will find all the latest versions that have also been checked and updated. Here we will provide you with the links for all Phantom 3 models. By the way, with each update DJI release an article release with full information about changes in this version of the firmware – this way you will know what new features will appear on your drone and what will work better after the update.

  • Phantom 3 Pro (Download link)
  • Phantom 3 Advanced (Download link)
  • Phantom 3 Standard (Download link)
  • Phantom 3 4K (Download link)

Each firmware file has its own “code” name and number by which you can identify the latest version of it, which usually has the largest number in the name. Just look at the download page, download the new firmware, and for safe installation it is better to be guided by the provided documentation. Example: “Firmware vX.Y.ZZ”. So make sure you always keep up with the date of the latest firmware version that DJI release through DJI Go app.

How to See The Current Firmware Version on Your Phantom 3?

If you want to know which firmware version do you have on your Phantom 3, all you have to do is enter the DJI Go app and see. Also DJI Go app can automatically notify the user when he needs to upgrade the new version.

  • Turn on the DJI Phantom 3 and the Remote Controller
  • You need to connect the phone with your Phantom 3
  • Then you need to open the DJI Go app and enter the camera view.
  • Tap the “Settings” that is located on the right corner of the screen.
  • As a final step, scroll down and find the option “About”. Here you will see the current firmware version of your Phantom 3 and your Remote Controller.

What You Need To Do Before Updating the Firmware?

Before you start to update your Phantom 3 firmware, you need to have 7 things prepared:

  • DJI Phantom 3 (fully charged)
  • Remote Controller (fully charged)
  • Computer (with strong Internet connection)
  • Micro-SD card with at least 100 MB of free space (+ reader to attach it to the computer)
  • Time – the whole process will take at least 1 hour

Updating The Firmware on a DJI Phantom 3

So how to update Phantom 3 firmware? The steps for Firmware update is almost the same for all 4 types of Phantom 3 models (Pro, Advanced, Standard and 4K). The upgrade process will takes about 1 hour to complete. It will take time, and therefore, before starting the upgrade, you must check the status of the battery of the drone. It is advisable that you have at least 50% battery charged. Since we need to download and update program files, make sure that there is enough space on the memory card – at least 100 MB. So, here is the step-by-step update process of how to update firmware on your Phantom 3:

Using the Micro-SD card (Option 1)

Phantom 3 Firmware update using Micro-SD

  • Remove the propellers before updating the firmware
  • Insert the Micro-SD card into the Micro-SD slot on the Phantom’s camera
  • Power on the aircraft. The update will begin automatically
  • It will take a maximum of 25 minutes to complete the update
  • The gimbal will emit a beeping sound (D-D-D-D) when it is ready to update. Wait until the sound changes.
  • The gimbal will emit a fast beeping sound (DDDD-DDDD) when the update is in progress. Wait patiently, until the sound changes.
  • Disregard the LED indicator or any sounds from other moduels as they do not reflect the status or progress of the firmware update
  • The gimbal will emit a slow beeping sound (D—DD) when the update is complete.
  • When the update is complete, you must restart the Phantom 3 manually.

Note: If the gimbal emits a long beeping sound (D—-), this means the update has failed. Restart the aircraft and the automatic firmware repair process will begin.

The process is complete when the gimbal stops emitting the long beeping sound (D—). You can also remove the Micro-SD card to check the final status of the update. Open the „.txt“ file that is automatically generated after the update. „result: success“ means the update was successful.

Legend: LED indication on the gimbal:

  • Flashing green then red LED – The process of firmware is still updating
  • Green LED light – The firmware process is complete
  • Red LED light – The firmware process was unsuccessful

Using the DJI Go App (Option 2)

Phantom 3 Firmware update using DJI GO App

  • First thing you need to do is to turn On the Phantom 3 and the Remote Controller
  • Next, you need to connect the Phantom 3 to the internet
  • Open the DJI Go app with your phone or tablet
  • After you entered the app, tap on the “New firmware update is available”.
  • Next step is to connect your phone or tablet to the internet
  • Inside the DJI Go app tap the “Download Now” and wait till the progress bar show you when the file is downloaded.
  • After you have downloaded the file, you’ll need to turn on the Wi-Fi network and change the connection to your controllers Wi-Fi network.
  • Re-open the DJI Go app, find “Start Upgrade” and click on it.
  • The installation will begin, you will see the progress bar. Wait until the process is finished.
  • After the installation is complete, click “Complete” button in the DJI Go app and restart your Phantom 3. The new firmware update is completed.

How To Update the Firmware on the Phantom 3 Controller?

When you have Phantom 3 Pro or Advanced version, you need to regularly update the firmware version to your remote controller. Before you start the process of updating the firmware to your Phantom 3 Remote Controller you need to follow these pre-steps:

  • You need to have the latest DJI Go app version on your phone or tablet.
  • Your Remote Controller need to be fully charged
  • Your Phantom 3 must be turned off.
  • Your mobile phone or tablet need to have stable internet connection
  • Your mobile phone or tablet also need to be fully charged
  • You need to have at least 100 MB of free space on your mobile or tablet before you download the latest version of firmware package.

Phantom 3 Firmware Update using Remote Controller

  • Ensure that the Phantom 3 Remote Controller’s battery has at least 50% remaining power. During the update don’t power off your remote controller.
  • The remote controller’s firmware is included in the update package downloaded from the official DJI website (DJI.com).
  • Insert the Micro-SD card into a card reader and plug the reader into the remote controller’s USB port.
  • Power on the remote controller and wait 20 sec until the update begins. The remote controller will begin updating automatically.
  • A beeping sound and the remote controller’s status LED will indicate the progress and status of the update.
  • The update is in progress when the Status LED is blue and the remote controller emits a fast beeping sound (DDDD-DDDD).
  • The update is complete when the Status LED turns green and the remote controller emits a slow beeping sound (D—DD).
  • Restart the remote controller.
  • The process is complete if no sound is heard.

Note: If the status LED is red and no sound is heard, the update has failed. You need to restart the controller and firmware process will begin. Wait for 5 minutes and then restart the remote controller again.

You can remove the Micro-SD card to check the final status of the update. Open the „.txt“ file that is automatically generated after the update. „result: success“ means the update was successful.

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Using The DJI Go App (Option 2)

How To Update DJI Phantom 4 Remote Control Firmware​

  • You need to connect your Remote Controller to your mobile or tablet by USB cable.
  • Next step is to turn on the Remote Controller.
  • Enter the DJI Go app on your mobile or tablet where you will see camera interface.
  • You need to tap the “Flight Status” bar at the top of the screen in the app.
  • Tap the “Overall Status” where you will see a message “Upgrade Required”.
  • Click on “download Firmware” button in the app.
  • After the firmware download is complete, click on the “Start to upgrade” button that will be shown at the bottom of the window.
  • You will see that the Remote Controller will give you a warning sound that the update process of firmware has started through the LED indication that will flash blue.
  • The progress bar will appear in the DJI Go app and you will see in real-time the update process.
  • Once you see on your remote controller a solid green light on LED, the firmware process is complete.

Battery Firmware Update

If you use several batteries for a quadcopter, do not forget to update the firmware of each of them. To do this, after the update is completed, change the Phantom 3 battery and start the process again – the Phantom software itself will not be updated again, but the smart battery will receive the current software version. The process is worth repeating with each battery that you have.

Useful Tips For Updating Phantom 3 Firmware

  • Make sure you only have one firmware package on your Micro-SD card. Verify that this is the case before starting the procedure.
  • You have to make sure that the file system of your drone and the controller during the upgrade are supporting the media files that have ExFAT and FAT32 file systems.
  • Your internet connection need to be stable on your phone so you can avoid problems during the download process.
  • Important thing before you start the firmware update is to enable “Airplane mode” on your phone so you can be sure that you will not be interfered with incoming calls due the update procedures.
  • Never run updates if the drone is still in flight. This operation should only be done on the ground in compliance with all safety requirements.
  • You need to synchronize the device after the update of the controller.

If you want to flash the controller, you need to insert a Micro-SD drive with firmware into your Phantom 3, connect the remote to the drone with a USB cable, and turn on the power of the remote and the drone – the firmware will start automatically.

Any drone made by DJI regularly needs updating. In this article, we have described in detail the process of how the firmware update should be done and what pre-steps are important. Firmware is software that manages all the functions and capabilities of the drone. Without firmware, the flight of the drone would be impossible, since the control software interacts with all the nodes and systems of the device. The presence of the latest, most “fresh” version of the firmware is necessary for flight safety, since each update contains corrections of identified bugs and deficiencies, which can lead to sad consequences. I hope that this article helped you. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below.

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Welcome to the world of DJI Phantom 3 drones! As an enthusiastic drone pilot, you already know that flying a DJI Phantom 3 is an exhilarating experience. But did you know that there are several apps available that can enhance your drone flying experience even further?

These apps offer a wide range of features, from advanced flight controls and autonomous flight modes to professional-grade aerial photography and mapping capabilities. In this article, we will explore some of the top apps available for the DJI Phantom 3 and how they can take your drone flying to the next level.

Whether you are a professional aerial photographer, a hobbyist drone pilot, or a filmmaker looking to capture stunning aerial shots, there is an app out there that can help you make the most of your DJI Phantom 3. So, let’s dive into the world of drone apps and discover which ones are a must-have for your Phantom 3.

Note: Before we begin, it’s important to mention that the availability of some apps may depend on the specific model of your DJI Phantom 3 drone. So, make sure to check the compatibility of each app with your drone before installing.

Now, let’s take a closer look at some of the top apps for DJI Phantom 3:

The DJI GO app is the official app for DJI Phantom 3 drones and is compatible with all models of the Phantom 3 series. It offers a comprehensive set of features that allow you to control and monitor your drone in real-time.

With the DJI GO app, you can access live video feed from your drone’s camera, allowing you to see the world from a bird’s-eye view. The app also provides a wide range of flight controls, including takeoff, landing, and waypoint navigation. You can even set up automated flights using the Intelligent Flight Modes, such as Follow Me, Waypoints, and Point of Interest.

One of the standout features of the DJI GO app is its ability to capture stunning aerial photos and videos. The app includes a built-in photo and video editor, allowing you to customize and enhance your footage right from your mobile device. You can also share your creations directly to social media platforms or save them to your device for later use.

Additionally, the DJI GO app provides telemetry data, such as altitude, speed, and battery status, giving you essential information about your drone’s flight performance. You can also access and adjust camera settings, such as exposure, white balance, and shutter speed, for capturing the perfect shot.

Furthermore, the DJI GO app provides a robust flight log and data recording system, allowing you to review and analyze your flight data. This information can be useful for improving your piloting skills and troubleshooting any issues that may arise.

In summary, the DJI GO app is a versatile and powerful application that provides extensive control and monitoring capabilities for DJI Phantom 3 drones. It offers a seamless user experience, with an intuitive interface and a wide range of features that make flying your drone a breeze. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced pilot, the DJI GO app is a must-have for maximizing your Phantom 3’s potential.

DJI Pilot App

The DJI Pilot app is designed for professional pilots who require advanced flight planning and control capabilities. It is compatible with DJI Phantom 3 Professional and Phantom 3 Advanced models, offering a range of features tailored to meet the needs of professional aerial photographers and filmmakers.

One of the standout features of the DJI Pilot app is its ability to create complex flight plans. You can set up waypoints and define precise flight paths for your drone, allowing you to capture dynamic and cinematic aerial shots. The app also supports the use of third-party mapping services, such as Google Earth and Mapbox, for enhanced planning and visualization.

In addition to flight planning, the DJI Pilot app offers advanced camera controls, allowing you to fine-tune every aspect of your aerial photography. You can adjust camera settings, such as ISO, shutter speed, and Aperture on Phantom 3 Professional, to achieve the desired exposure and image quality. The app also supports RAW capture, enabling you to capture images with higher post-processing flexibility.

Furthermore, the DJI Pilot app provides a real-time HD video feed from your drone to your mobile device or tablet. This allows you to monitor the live view from your drone’s camera and make critical decisions regarding framing and composition. The app also supports multi-screen viewing, enabling you to connect multiple devices for a more immersive and collaborative flight experience.

Another notable feature of the DJI Pilot app is its integration with DJI FlightHub. DJI FlightHub is a web-based management platform that allows you to manage and track your fleet of drones. With the DJI Pilot app, you can seamlessly synchronize your flight data and telemetry information with FlightHub, providing you with a centralized and efficient way to organize and analyze your flights.

In summary, the DJI Pilot app is a powerful tool for professional drone pilots who require advanced flight planning, camera control, and fleet management capabilities. It offers a range of features designed to enhance the aerial photography and videography experience, providing professionals with the tools they need to capture stunning and cinematic shots.

DJI Fly App

The DJI Fly app is specifically designed for DJI Phantom 3 Standard and Phantom 3 4K drones. It offers a simplified and user-friendly interface, making it an ideal choice for beginners or casual drone pilots.

One of the key features of the DJI Fly app is its intuitive flight controls. With a few taps on your mobile device, you can easily take off, land, and navigate your drone. The app provides basic flight modes, including TapFly, ActiveTrack, and QuickShot, allowing you to capture impressive aerial shots without the need for advanced piloting skills.

Additionally, the DJI Fly app provides a real-time video feed from your drone’s camera, allowing you to see the world from a unique perspective. You can also access basic camera controls, such as exposure compensation and picture settings, to customize your photos and videos.

The DJI Fly app also offers a variety of pre-programmed flight modes that can add creativity to your aerial footage. These modes include Journey, which creates a cinematic moving shot, and Circle, which enables your drone to fly in a circular path around a point of interest. These automated flight modes make it easy to capture stunning shots with minimal effort.

Furthermore, the DJI Fly app includes a built-in video editor, allowing you to conveniently edit and share your footage right from your mobile device. You can trim, crop, and add music to your videos, creating professional-looking content to share on social media platforms.

In summary, the DJI Fly app is a user-friendly and beginner-focused application designed specifically for DJI Phantom 3 Standard and Phantom 3 4K drones. It offers simplified flight controls, pre-programmed flight modes, and a built-in video editor, making it a great choice for casual drone pilots who want to capture stunning aerial shots with ease.

DJI Assistant 2 App

The DJI Assistant 2 app is a powerful tool that allows you to configure and update the firmware of your DJI Phantom 3 drone. It is available for both Windows and macOS and offers a range of advanced features for maintaining and optimizing your drone’s performance.

One of the primary functions of the DJI Assistant 2 app is firmware update management. By connecting your Phantom 3 drone to your computer using a USB cable and launching the app, you can easily check for firmware updates and install the latest version. Firmware updates often include bug fixes, performance enhancements, and new features, ensuring your drone is up to date and operating at its best.

In addition to firmware updates, the DJI Assistant 2 app provides access to advanced flight settings and configurations. You can fine-tune parameters such as sensitivity, gain, and expo to personalize your drone’s flight characteristics to your liking. This level of customization allows you to optimize your drone’s performance for different flight scenarios, such as smooth aerial filming or agile maneuvering.

The DJI Assistant 2 app also offers a range of diagnostic tools for troubleshooting and maintenance. You can perform a variety of tests, such as motor and sensor calibration, to ensure that your drone is functioning properly. The app provides real-time feedback and a detailed report of your drone’s status, making it easier to identify and resolve any issues that may arise.

Furthermore, the DJI Assistant 2 app allows you to access flight logs, which record important information about your flights, including flight time, distance, and altitude. You can review and analyze these logs to gain insights into your flying habits and track your progress as a drone pilot.

In summary, the DJI Assistant 2 app is an essential tool for maintaining, updating, and customizing your DJI Phantom 3 drone. It provides a range of advanced features, including firmware update management, flight settings configuration, diagnostic tools, and flight log analysis. With the DJI Assistant 2 app, you can ensure that your drone is operating at its best and personalize its performance to meet your specific needs.

DJI Ground Station Pro App

The DJI Ground Station Pro app is a professional-grade application designed for advanced mission planning and autonomous flight control. It is compatible with DJI Phantom 3 Professional and Phantom 3 Advanced models, offering a range of features for professional aerial photographers, filmmakers, and industrial applications.

One of the standout features of the DJI Ground Station Pro app is its advanced mission planning capabilities. You can create complex flight routes by setting waypoints, altitude, and speed parameters. This allows you to execute precise and repeatable flight missions, ideal for mapping, surveying, and other industrial applications.

The app also provides advanced camera control and gimbal settings, allowing you to capture high-quality images and videos during your autonomous flights. You can adjust parameters such as exposure, focus, and camera angle to ensure that you capture the desired shots with precision.

In addition, the DJI Ground Station Pro app offers a range of flight modes that can further enhance the capabilities of your DJI Phantom 3 drone. These include Circle, which enables your drone to orbit around a specific point of interest, and Follow Me, which allows the drone to track and follow a subject or target.

The DJI Ground Station Pro app also supports the use of third-party mapping services, such as Google Earth and Mapbox, for enhanced flight planning and visualization. This integration allows for more accurate mission planning and a seamless workflow with external data sources.

Furthermore, the DJI Ground Station Pro app provides real-time telemetry data and flight logging, allowing you to monitor and analyze the performance of your drone during missions. This information can be invaluable for troubleshooting, performance optimization, and post-flight analysis.

In summary, the DJI Ground Station Pro app is a professional-grade application that offers advanced mission planning, autonomous flight control, and camera settings for DJI Phantom 3 Professional and Phantom 3 Advanced drones. It provides a powerful set of tools for professional aerial photographers, filmmakers, and industrial applications, allowing for precise and efficient flight missions.

The Litchi app is a popular third-party application for DJI Phantom 3 drones that offers a range of advanced features and flight modes. It provides a user-friendly interface with intuitive controls, making it a favorite among drone enthusiasts and professionals alike.

One of the standout features of the Litchi app is its mission planning capabilities. You can create customized flight paths by setting waypoints and defining specific actions for your drone at each point. This allows you to create complex and dynamic flight missions, perfect for capturing unique aerial shots or conducting aerial surveys.

The app also offers a variety of flight modes that can add creativity and versatility to your drone’s capabilities. This includes Focus, which allows you to create smooth and cinematic camera movements, and Orbit, which enables your drone to circle around a point of interest, capturing 360-degree shots.

In addition to mission planning and flight modes, the Litchi app provides advanced camera controls. You can adjust camera settings, such as exposure, white balance, and picture style, to capture the perfect shot. The app also supports panoramic and spherical photo modes, allowing you to create stunning wide-angle or 360-degree images.

Furthermore, the Litchi app offers a live video feed from your drone’s camera to your mobile device, allowing you to monitor the real-time view from the sky. You can also access telemetry data, such as altitude, distance, and battery level, providing you with essential information during your flights.

Another notable feature of the Litchi app is its compatibility with VR headsets. You can connect your mobile device to a compatible VR headset and experience a first-person view from your drone’s camera. This immersive experience adds a new level of excitement and realism to your drone flying adventures.

In summary, the Litchi app is a feature-rich and user-friendly application for DJI Phantom 3 drones. It offers advanced mission planning, flight modes, camera controls, and VR compatibility, providing drone enthusiasts and professionals with a powerful tool for capturing unique and dynamic aerial shots.

Autopilot App

The Autopilot app is a powerful application for DJI Phantom 3 drones that provides advanced flight planning and autonomous flight capabilities. It is designed for both professional and recreational drone pilots who want to take their aerial photography and videography to the next level.

One of the key features of the Autopilot app is its intuitive and user-friendly flight planning interface. You can easily create customized flight paths by defining waypoints and specifying desired actions at each point. This allows you to pre-plan intricate flight missions and capture cinematic shots with ease.

The app also offers a wide range of intelligent flight modes that add creativity and versatility to your drone’s capabilities. This includes Follow Me, which allows your drone to track and follow a subject or target, and Cable Cam, which creates smooth and controlled camera movements along a virtual cable.

In addition to flight planning and intelligent flight modes, the Autopilot app provides precise camera control settings. You can adjust camera parameters such as exposure, focus, and white balance to capture the perfect shot. The app also supports interval capture mode, allowing you to create time-lapse footage of your aerial adventures.

Furthermore, the Autopilot app offers a real-time video feed from your drone’s camera to your mobile device, allowing you to monitor the live view as you fly. You can also access telemetry data, including altitude, speed, and battery level, to ensure a safe and controlled flight experience.

Another notable feature of the Autopilot app is its compatibility with external devices such as Bluetooth GPS receivers. This allows for more accurate GPS positioning and precise control over your drone’s flight paths, enhancing the overall flight planning and execution process.

In summary, the Autopilot app is a comprehensive tool for DJI Phantom 3 drone pilots who want to take their aerial photography and videography to new heights. With advanced flight planning capabilities, intelligent flight modes, precise camera controls, and real-time monitoring, the Autopilot app offers a seamless and powerful solution for capturing stunning aerial shots.

Pix4Dcapture App

The Pix4Dcapture app is a specialized application for DJI Phantom 3 drones that is designed for aerial mapping and photogrammetry. It offers powerful features that allow you to efficiently capture aerial images and create accurate 2D maps and 3D models.

One of the standout features of the Pix4Dcapture app is its automated flight planning capabilities. You can define the area you want to map or survey, and the app will generate a flight plan with optimized flight paths and waypoints. This automated process ensures maximum coverage and efficiency during your aerial missions.

The app also offers a range of flight modes that are specifically tailored for mapping and photogrammetry purposes. This includes Grid Mission, which allows you to capture images in a grid-like pattern for accurate and detailed mapping, and Circular Mission, which enables you to capture images in a circular pattern around a point of interest.

In addition to flight planning and specialized flight modes, the Pix4Dcapture app provides precise camera settings and controls. You can adjust camera parameters such as exposure, focus, and image overlap to ensure optimal image quality and data accuracy for your mapping projects.

Furthermore, the Pix4Dcapture app supports the automatic triggering of the drone’s camera at predefined intervals, ensuring even image coverage and minimal manual intervention. This synchronized image capture process is essential for generating precise and high-resolution 2D maps and 3D models.

Once the images are captured, the Pix4Dcapture app allows you to transfer the data to Pix4Dmapper, a powerful desktop software for processing and generating accurate maps and models. The integration between the mobile app and desktop software streamlines the workflow and ensures seamless data transfer for further analysis and visualization.

In summary, the Pix4Dcapture app is a valuable tool for DJI Phantom 3 drone pilots involved in mapping, surveying, and photogrammetry applications. With its automated flight planning, specialized flight modes, precise camera controls, and seamless integration with Pix4Dmapper, the app provides a comprehensive solution for capturing and processing accurate 2D maps and 3D models from aerial imagery.

DroneDeploy App

The DroneDeploy app is a powerful and comprehensive application for DJI Phantom 3 drones that is focused on aerial mapping, surveying, and inspection purposes. It offers a range of features that make it easy to capture, process, and analyze aerial data with precision.

One of the standout features of the DroneDeploy app is its intuitive flight planning capabilities. You can easily define the area you want to map or survey, and the app will automatically generate a flight plan with optimized flight paths and waypoints. This automated process ensures efficient coverage and optimal data collection during your drone flights.

The app also offers a variety of specialized flight modes that are tailored for specific mapping and surveying tasks. This includes Grid Mission, which allows you to capture images in a grid-like pattern for detailed and accurate mapping, and 3D Modeling Mission, which enables you to capture images for generating precise 3D models of your environment.

In addition to flight planning and specialized flight modes, the DroneDeploy app provides a range of camera settings and controls. You can adjust camera parameters such as exposure, focus, and image overlap to ensure high-quality imagery and data accuracy for your mapping projects.

The app also supports the automatic triggering of the drone’s camera at predefined intervals, ensuring even image coverage and minimal manual intervention. This synchronized image capture process is crucial for generating accurate and detailed maps, models, and orthomosaics.

Once the data is captured, the DroneDeploy app allows you to upload the imagery to their cloud-based platform for processing and analysis. The platform utilizes advanced algorithms and mapping technologies to generate 2D maps, 3D models, vegetation indices, and more, providing you with valuable insights and actionable data.

Furthermore, the DroneDeploy app integrates with third-party data analysis and visualization tools, allowing you to leverage the captured aerial data for further analysis, such as crop health monitoring, site inspections, and volumetric measurements.

In summary, the DroneDeploy app is a comprehensive and powerful application for DJI Phantom 3 drones that is specifically designed for mapping, surveying, and inspection purposes. With its intuitive flight planning, specialized flight modes, precise camera controls, and cloud-based data processing, the app offers a complete solution for capturing, analyzing, and utilizing accurate aerial data for a wide range of applications.

In this article, we have explored a variety of apps that can enhance the capabilities of your DJI Phantom 3 drone. These apps offer a wide range of features, from advanced flight controls and autonomous flight modes to professional-grade aerial photography and mapping capabilities.

The DJI GO app stands out as the official app for DJI Phantom 3 drones, providing comprehensive control and monitoring capabilities, as well as features for capturing stunning aerial photos and videos.

The DJI Pilot app is designed for professional pilots and offers advanced flight planning, camera control, and fleet management capabilities, making it an ideal choice for aerial photographers and filmmakers.

The DJI Fly app is a user-friendly application designed specifically for DJI Phantom 3 Standard and Phantom 3 4K drones, providing simplified flight controls, pre-programmed flight modes, and a built-in video editor.

The DJI Assistant 2 app is essential for firmware updates, flight settings configuration, diagnostic tools, and flight log analysis. It offers advanced features for maintaining and optimizing your DJI Phantom 3 drone.

The DJI Ground Station Pro app is a professional-grade application that provides advanced mission planning, autonomous flight control, and camera settings for DJI Phantom 3 Professional and Phantom 3 Advanced drones. It is ideal for professionals in aerial photography, filmmaking, and industrial applications.

The Litchi app offers advanced mission planning, flight modes, camera controls, and VR compatibility, making it a popular choice among drone enthusiasts and professionals.

The Autopilot app provides advanced flight planning, intelligent flight modes, precise camera controls, and real-time monitoring, offering a seamless solution for capturing stunning aerial shots.

The Pix4Dcapture app is specifically designed for aerial mapping, surveying, and photogrammetry. It offers automated flight planning, specific flight modes, precise camera controls, and seamless integration with Pix4Dmapper for processing accurate maps and models.

The DroneDeploy app is a comprehensive application focused on aerial mapping, surveying, and inspection. It provides intuitive flight planning, specialized flight modes, precise camera controls, and cloud-based data processing for generating actionable insights.

With these apps at your disposal, you can unlock the full potential of your DJI Phantom 3 drone and take your aerial photography, mapping, and surveying to new heights.

With the variety of apps available for DJI Phantom 3 drones, you can enhance your flying experience and unlock new possibilities for aerial photography, mapping, and surveying. From the official DJI GO app to specialized apps like DJI Pilot, Litchi, Pix4Dcapture, and DroneDeploy, each app offers unique features and functionalities that cater to different needs and skill levels.

The DJI GO app, as the official app for DJI Phantom 3 drones, provides a comprehensive set of features for controlling and monitoring your drone, capturing aerial photos and videos, and accessing advanced flight modes. It is a versatile choice for both beginners and experienced pilots.

If you are a professional pilot, the DJI Pilot app offers advanced flight control, camera settings, and fleet management capabilities. It is designed to meet the demands of aerial photographers, filmmakers, and industrial applications.

The Litchi app, Autopilot app, and Pix4Dcapture app provide specialized features for capturing unique shots, automated flight planning, and data processing. Whether you are looking to create cinematic footage, execute complex flight missions, or generate accurate maps and models, these apps are tailored to meet your specific needs.

The DJI Assistant 2 app allows you to update firmware, customize flight settings, perform diagnostic tests, and analyze flight data. It is an essential tool for maintaining and optimizing your DJI Phantom 3 drone.

Lastly, the DJI Ground Station Pro app and DroneDeploy app offer advanced flight planning, specialized flight modes, precise camera controls, and data processing capabilities. These apps cater to professionals in fields such as aerial photography, filmmaking, mapping, surveying, and inspection.

By utilizing these apps, you can take your DJI Phantom 3 drone to new heights and expand your creative possibilities. Whether capturing stunning aerial photos, creating precise maps and models, or executing sophisticated flight missions, these apps provide the tools and features to enhance your drone flying experience.

So, explore the app that aligns with your needs and take your DJI Phantom 3 drone on a new and exciting journey!

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dji phantom 3 standard software

Professional 4K quality filmmaking in an affordable, easy to carry package.

Capture the world from above. compatible with the phantom 3 series, matrice series , osmo series, and more..

Requires iOS 8.0 or later.

Compatible with:

iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus,iPod touch 6,iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad mini 4, and iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi + Cellular. This app is optimized for iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus.

Requires Android 4.1.2 or later.

LG V20, VIVO X9, OPPO R11, Google Pixel, Nexus 6P, Huawei P9, Huawei MATE 9, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8+, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, MI 6, MI5.

*Support for additional Android devices available as testing and development continues.

A Must-Have App for DJI Users. Get official products at launch, tracking your package whenever you want. Try Virtual Flight here, practicing before flying. Manage your devices conveniently, checking your warranty and Care anytime.

Requires iOS 12.0 or above

iPhone 14 Pro Max、iPhone 14 Pro、iPhone 14、iPhone 13 Pro Max、iPhone 13 Pro、iPhone 13、iPhone 12 Pro Max、iPhone 12 Pro、iPhone 12、iPhone 11 Pro max、iPhone 11 Pro、iPhone 11、iPhone SE 2020、iPhone XS max、iPhone XS、iPhone XR、iPhone X、iPhone 8 Plus、iPhone 8.

Requires Android 7.0 or above

Samsung Galaxy S21,Samsung Galaxy S20,Samsung Galaxy S10+,Samsung Galaxy S10,Samsung Galaxy Note20,Samsung Galaxy Note10+ ,Samsung Galaxy Note9,HUAWEI Mate40 Pro,HUAWEI Mate30 Pro,HUAWEI P40 Pro,HUAWEI P30 Pro,HUAWEI P30,Honor 50 Pro,Mi 11,Mi 10,Mi MIX 4,Redmi Note 10,OPPO Find X3,OPPO Reno 4,vivo NEX 3,OnePlus 9 Pro,OnePlus 9,Pixel 6,Pixel 4,Pixel 3 XL

*Support for additional devices available as testing and development continues.

  • Phantom 3 Professional Release Notes 2017-07-06
  • Phantom 3 Professional User Manual 1.8 2017-07-06
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  • Phantom 3 - Intelligent Flight Battery Safety Guidelines 1.0 2015-09-01
  • Phantom 3 - Intelligent Flight Battery Safety Guides 1.0 2015-09-01
  • Phantom 3 Firmware 1.11.20 2017-07-06
  • Phantom 3 Firmware Upgrade Guide 1.4 2015-11-06
  • Phantom 3 Dlog to sRGB 3DLUT User Instruction 2016-05-12

HOW TO: Install Phantom 3 firmware

Follow the steps below to install the latest firmware on your Phantom 3, remote controller, and Phantom batteries. Ensure you follow the steps from top-to-bottom. Carefully read each step and ensure you perform them exactly as written.

Note: Before installing a new firmware update, check this forum and the DJI forum to see if others are having any trouble after installing the update. If a few days have passed and nothing major has been reported, then it’s a usually a good sign that the update is safe to install. Some people enjoy installing the latest and greatest right away, so let those people test the updates if you want to play it safe.

Install the latest version of DJI GO

1) Before installing a new firmware update, you should confirm that you’re using the most recent version of the DJI GO app. If using an Apple device, check the Apple App Store to see if an update is available. If using an Android device, you can check the current version and/or download the latest version of the DJI GO app from DJI’s download page .

Download the firmware

Note: If you have a Phantom 3 Standard or Phantom 3 4K, all firmware updates must be installed from the DJI GO app. You’ll be prompted in the DJI GO app when new firmware updates are available.

2) Download the latest firmware ZIP file from DJI’s download page:

  • Phantom 3 Advanced Downloads
  • Phantom 3 Professional Downloads
Important: If you’re currently using a firmware version older than 1.3.20 , then you must install 1.3.20 first before installing a newer version of the firmware. 1.3.20 needs to be installed on your remote controller and batteries.
Note: The Phantom Professional and Phantom Advanced use different firmware. Make sure you download the proper file.
Note: Download links to old firmware versions that are no longer available on DJI’s website can be found in the “Firmware Archive” section at PhantomHelp.com .
Note: It’s important to make sure the filename of the BIN file matches the filename inside of the ZIP file. For example, make sure an extra “-2” was not appended onto the end of the filename like “P3S_FW_V01.06.0040-2.bin”.

Firmware must always be installed on your Phantom, but not all firmware updates need to be installed on the batteries and remote controller. Review the release notes so you understand what was changed and you’re aware of any special installation instructions.

  • Phantom 3 Standard Release Notes
  • Phantom 3 4K Release Notes
  • Phantom 3 Advanced Release Notes
  • Phantom 3 Professional Release Notes

Prepare your memory card

3) Delete all files from your memory card or format it.

4) Open the firmware ZIP file downloaded in step #2 above, extract the BIN file, and copy it to the root level of your memory card.

Install the firmware on your Phantom

Important: If you’re updating a Phantom 3 Professional, it would be a good idea to point a fan at the gimbal while your Phantom is sitting idle during the update process. The gimbal is known to sometimes overheat and become damaged when the Phantom is running idle with the props off for long periods of time.

5) Ensure your Phantom battery is at least 50% charged. This means you should see at least 2 lights illuminate when pressing the power button . If needed, stop here and charge your battery until it is at least 50% charged.

6) Make sure both your Phantom and remote controller are turned off.

7) Remove the props & gimbal lock from your Phantom.

8) Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the camera.

9) Insert the Phantom battery into your Phantom and power it on. To power on the battery, press and release the battery button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

10) Watch the camera status light to monitor the installation process. It should do the following:

  • Flash green while your Phantom is starting up.
  • Alternate between red and green while the firmware update is being installed.
  • Turn solid green when the firmware update successfully completes. You will also hear a D-DD beeping sound that repeats.
Note: The lights under the Phantom arms might flash different colors or turn off. Your Phantom might beep in different patterns (even a solid tone) . The camera might move or spin around. Ignore all of these things and wait for the camera status light to turn solid green (or solid red if the update fails) . This process could take up to 20 minutes to complete.​

11) When the camera status light turns solid green, power down your Phantom by turning off the Phantom battery. To power down the battery, press and release the power button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

12) To verify the firmware installed successfully, open the TXT file that was created on your memory card and verify that the last line of the TXT file includes “success”.

13) Delete the TXT file from your memory card.

Note: If the firmware fails to install after multiple attempts, then try using a different memory card.

Install the firmware on your remote controller using the DJI GO app

14) Install the latest version of the DJI GO app on your mobile device. If you have an Apple device, you should install the DJI GO app from the App Store on your Apple device. If you’re using an Android device, you should download the DJI GO app from DJI’s download page .

15) Turn on your remote controller. To power on the remote controller, press and release the power button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

16) Ensure your remote controller has at least 50% battery level (at least two white lights are lit up at the bottom of the remote controller ) . If needed, stop here and charge your remote controller.

17) Connect your remote controller to your tablet/phone using a USB cable (for Android devices) or Lightning cable (for Apple devices) .

18) Turn on your tablet/phone.

19) Verify that your tablet/phone has at least 30 MB of free memory. If it does not, remove some unneeded files and/or uninstall some unneeded apps to free up enough memory.

20) Connect your tablet/phone to the Internet.

21) Start the DJI GO app.

22) Click the “Enter Camera View” button.

23) Click the rectangle status message at the top, center of the DJI GO app. You should see an “Upgrade Required” message to the right of “Overall Status”. If you do not see this message, disconnect and reconnect your USB/Lightning cable .

24) Click the “Upgrade Required” message.

Note: If you see the “This RC doesn’t support upgrading firmware through App” message, then go to step #30 below and install the firmware using a memory card.

25) Tap download the firmware update package to download the firmware. Once downloaded, click the “Start to upgrade” button to start the firmware installation process. A progress bar will be displayed to allow you to track the installation progress.

26) The remote controller status light will blink blue while the firmware is being installed. The remote controller status light will blink green when the update has successfully completed.

Note: Do not power off and/or touch any buttons on your remote controller while the firmware is being installed.

27) When the installation has completed, the remote controller status light blinks green and you’ll see an upgrade completed message in the DJI GO. Power down your remote controller via the power button. To power down the remote controller, press and release the power button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

Note: If the remote controller status light turns red, then continue on to step #30 below to retry the installation using a memory card.

28) To verify the firmware installed successfully, look in the “General Settings” → “About” section of DJI GO to verify you see the new firmware version. The “Overall Status” in the DJI GO app should display a “Normal” status .

Install the firmware on your remote controller using a memory card

Note: You can skip this section if you successfully installed the firmware update on your remote controller by following the instructions starting at step #14 above. If you’re installing a firmware version greater than 1.3.2, then you must install it from the DJI GO app (go back to step #14 above) .

29) Turn off your remote controller.

30) Insert your memory card into a memory card reader and plug the memory card reader into the USB port on the back of your remote controller.

Note: If you do not have a memory card reader , then do the following: Insert the memory card into the camera memory card slot on your Phantom. Connect the DJI USB cable from your camera to your remote controller. Remove the props from your Phantom. Power on your Phantom. To do so, press and release the battery button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

31) Turn the remote controller on and wait for the update to begin. It can take up to 60 seconds for the update process to start.

32) The remote controller status light will be solid blue while the firmware is installing. The remote controller status light will be solid green when the update has successfully completed.

Note: Do not power off and/or touch any buttons on your remote controller while the firmware is being installed. If the remote controller status light does not turn solid green, then go back to step #29 and repeat the installation process.

33) To verify the firmware installed successfully, open the TXT file that was created on your memory card and verify that the last line of the TXT file includes “success”.

34) Delete the TXT file from your memory card.

Install the firmware on your Phantom batteries

Note: The firmware was installed on your battery when you installed the firmware on your Phantom in step #3 above. If you only have one battery, then skip to step #45 below. If you have more than one battery, then repeat the following steps for each additional battery.

35) Ensure your Phantom battery is at least 50% charged. This means you should see at least 2 lights illuminate when pressing the battery button . If needed, stop here and charge your battery until it is at least 50% charged.

36) Turn off your Phantom.

37) Remove the props & gimbal lock from your Phantom.

38) Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the camera.

39) Insert the Phantom battery into your Phantom and power it on. To power on the battery, press and release the power button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

40) The upgrade process will begin automatically after your Phantom is powered on. Watch the camera status light to monitor the installation process. It should do the following:

41) Power down your Phantom by turning off the Phantom battery. To power down the battery, press and release the power button quickly – and, then immediately press and hold it in for 2 seconds.

42) To verify the firmware installed successfully, open the TXT file that was created on your memory card and verify that the last line of the TXT file includes “success”.

43) Delete the TXT file from your memory card.

44) If you have additional batteries, then go back to step #35 above and repeat these steps with the next battery.

Keep or delete the firmware BIN file

45) At this point, you can delete the BIN file from your memory card -OR- keep it on your memory card. DJI recommends keeping the BIN file on your memory card in case you need to install it on new batteries in the future.

Check and/or restore all settings in the DJI GO app

46) Open the DJI GO app and verify that all of your previous settings are still set. You’ll want to do this while your Phantom is turned on (with the props off) and your remote controller is connected to the DJI GO application via your mobile device. This is important since many of the settings are saved on the Phantom itself.

Recalibrate

47) Do the following calibrations from within the DJI GO application:

  • Calibrate the IMU (on a completely level surface)
  • Calibrate the compass (outside away from anything metallic)
  • Calibrate the remote controller

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