Are you using the original cable that came with the Mavic 2? I has a USB C connector on one end that you have to use the provided USB C to USB Micro adapter on and the other end is USB A the plugs into your computer?Thanks for your reply Bill. I already watched these YouTube videos.
I have the simulator app installed on 2 computers. The program boots, music and all, but I can't get it to recognize my controller.
I plugged the usb into my computer(s), and the micro usb end to the port on the left side of my Mavic 2 Remote.
I am able to navigate the program using the w and s keys, but the controller joysticks and buttons do nothing.
I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.
My computers meet or exceed the minimum requirements.
I know the feeling; I had to go through hoops to get the RC of my Mavic Air to be detected in the Assistant 2 software. Do you have the DJI Assistant 2 software installed? If so, does Assistant 2 detect your RC when you plug it in via USB and power it on? If it is not detected in Assistant 2, then this is a driver issue and may be the below might help (I say might and it is a long shot since you have an M2P and the Assistant 2 software for the M2P is different from that of the MA - but hey, i can't see what harm trying this will do).Thank you, Doppler.
I tried this..no dice! Then I tried a complete uninstall/re-install...no
I tried it with my remote off, and then again turned on (just in case)
This is so frustrating. This simulator looks like a lot of fun and very useful training.