When I fly 3 batteries, I should mount/unmount phone each battery. And for me it's not convenient)I plug the cable into the controller and bottom port do the patch then mount phone into controller and plug cable in start dji fly thats it it takes seconds I can't see any inconvenience doing it
Does it work with 2S?Hello All,
I have created an android app which allows switching from CE to FCC mode .
APK is attached , usage (currently need to use bottom type C port for patch only):
1.connect mavic air 2 controller bottom type C cable to your android device , turn on the controller .
2.run my application and press the patch button .
3.change your phone usb connection to normal top one.
4.then open DJI fly app normally and you can obsereve the change in the transmission tab .
Link to the apk
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The boost mode requires root access on the mini 1 and older drones, dji has patched the latest root exploit and an open source root exploit hasn't been made yet(drone hacks has a paid one).@galbb Interesting application!
Does it increase both the 2.4 and 5.8GHz bands?
(Drone Tweaks claims their paid software does: FCC mod for DJI Mini 2)
I am curious if you have any knowledge about how this patch compares to the "Boost Mode" found on the Mini 1 model.
It is my understanding that drone had three levels: CE, FCC, and Boost.
Boost mode means all software limits on the transceiver are lifted, resulting in even better range than FCC mode. Drone-Hacks offered the Boost mode for the Mini 1 but clearly state there is no such mode for the never drones (relation OccuSync 2.0?).
Do you think a "Boost Mode" could be made for OccuSync 2.0 controllers?
It would be very impressive if you could manage such a thing!
DJI Mini 2