When I first bought my DJI Mavic Air I had a LOT of problems getting it to connect to the Remote Controller.
I will not tell a lie one of the issues was user error, though a little more clarity in the instructions of the set-up guide would have helped.
In trying to resolve some of these issues between remote control and drone, I installed the DJI Assistant 2 software. This allows a PC to connect to the Drone or Remote Control, and provide a hard wired means to flash up the drone and Remote Controller Software without the issues that doing it over the DJI Go4 App bring.
After a lot of searching through various fora online, I discovered that the code delivered with the DJI was apparently errant in that it was not including the vital Windows 10 drivers for a USB connection between the Remote Control and the PC. To get these you needed an older version of the software.
I am unaware why DJI have not resolved this issue in the issued builds of the SJI Assistant software and to the best of my knowledge the problem is still encountered regularly by new users of the Mavic Air Drone.
If you had the
Unfortunately the link I managed to find to the old version of the code seems to have been removed and it is not so easy to find and DJI for some reason do not make the older version easy to find on their website. I have been unable to find it there myself.
I do however have access to this code myself, having been fortunate to have downloaded the old version before it went AWOL online elsewhere.
It has become apparent from comments made on my video above that this still remains an issue and the original links I was able to post went dead ( Not my fault
So I have decided for a while at least anyway, to make the old version of the code available to frustrated DJI Mavic Air users. The version of
DJI Assist 1.0.7 Code
Make sure when using this build that you have uninstalled any later versions first. ( Personally, I didn’t and had no issues but the recommendation I read at the time I had the problem stated this was a requirement). It worked for me right off. You will