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Downgrade New Mavic Pro

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#1
Hello,


Is there a possibility to downgrade a new mavic pro to 0.700?
Tried with dumldore and dronezbreak but wont get any further..
It goes to 7%, jumps to 15% procent and finally to 100% where it says it's complete. But when i check the firmware in assistent2, it's still on the newest firmware..

Thnx
 

Youser

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#2
don't you need to install a MicroSD card to downgrade the newer drones?

Also, I've read that the latest FW stops downgrades. Not sure if this has been cracked yet.
 

Kilrah

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AFAIK you can use the assistant to downgrade to .0100, then other methods to go further back. But you'll likely need to take it apart and install a card if you go back to 0700.
 
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I Already installed a internal sd card. That shouldnt be the problem. What method are you speaking of? Cant find a way, other than dumldore or dronezbreak.
 
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mr_flm

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Did the same with NLD to .700 and now my mavic doesn't start anymore. My mistake, no usb/wifi connection, dead. Trying to recover it... :(
 

LongRifle

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"If it ain't broke..." I don't understand this need to downgrade. I have one of the original Mavics (ordered 10/16) which I kept at .700 knowing I'll be getting a Platinum as soon as it's available. I've kept the MPP updated. It's just as reliable as my MP at .700. It does everything I want it to do plus all the extras that came after .700. I know about the hacks that can be done with older FW, but it's not like the latest FW cripple our drones. I rarely use sports mode and the 500m ceiling is plenty high. I took the stupid test once and I've never seen it again. I have yet to encounter NFZs that differs between my MP and MPP.
 

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