DJI also released a new firmware update for the DJI Inspire 2. This latest firmware update enable the Inspire 2 to work with the DJI Multilink that was released on January 21st. It can be used as a master or slave controller in the master-slave controller network. Let us know what your experience has been flying the Inspire 2 with the Multilink setup. Keep in mind that updating the firmware on the DJI Inspire 2 can take quite some time. Probably best not to do it right before a job.
New Inspire 2 firmware released
- Date: 2019.01.28
- Aircraft Firmware: v01.02.0300
- Remote Controller Firmware: v01.01.0060
- DJI GO 4 app: iOS v4.3.10 or above, Android v4.3.10 or above
- The Inspire 2 remote controller is now compatible with Multilink and can be used as a master or slave controller in the master-slave controller network.
- Make sure the Multilink is not attached to the remote controller during the firmware update.
- If the firmware update fails, restart the remote controller and retry.
- If you do not intend to use Multilink, then you are not required to update the firmware for the Inspire 2.
How to Update
- How to Upgrade DJI Inspire 2’s Firmware
What do you think about the new firmware release for the DJI Inspire 2? Also, let us know what your experience has been flying the Inspire 2 with the Multilink setup in the comments below.
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