One of the new features on the DJI Mini 2 is the QuickTransfer mode. It enables you to download your 4K videos with a faster transmission rate of up to 20 MB/s. Compare to other methods, you don’t need to transfer your files through the remote controller, the DJI Fly app, and directly connect to your Mini 2 drone via Wi-Fi.
This post will show you how to use QuickTransfer to download videos and photos from DJI Mini 2 to your mobile device. Apart from QuickTransfer, there are also other ways you can use to transfer your drone videos and photos, such as downloading files via the remote controller, using a fast card reader, or directly connecting your DJI Mini 2 drone to your PC or Mac via a USB-C cable, check this guide for more details.
DJI Mini 2 QuickTransfer Guide
Step 1. Power on your DJI Mini 2.
Step 2. Enter the QuickTransfer Mode by pressing and holding the QuickTransfer button for 2 seconds.
The front LED will become blue once switching is successful.
Step 3. Launch the DJI Fly app on your mobile device, and you will see a prompt appearing on your mobile device screen. Tap connect.
Make sure the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
Step 4. When connecting successfully, you will be able to access all the files on the aircraft by tapping on the View Album button. You can see all the videos and photos in the cached 720p resulution.
Step 5. Choose the files you want to download.
Tap on a video or photo you want to download, then you will see a download icon at the bottom left corner.
Step 6. Choose Download Mode.
You can choose Full Download or Trimmed download according to the specific video.
When using Trimmed Download, you can also choose the resolution of the video. Please also note that Trimmed Download mode is only available on the device that you record the videos.
- You NEED to PRESS the QuickTranfer button to confirm the first time you use this to transfer your files.
- You may fail when trying to connect the drone at the beginning, just try it one more time.
- Make sure that Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are enabled on the mobile device before using QuickTransfer.
- If your transmission rate can’t reach up to 20 MB/s, it may be because the 5.8 GHz frequency is not permitted by laws and regulations in your area or your mobile device doesn’t support the 5.8 GHz frequency band and Wi-Fi connection.
- Use QuickTransfer in an unobstructed environment with no interference and stay away from sources of interference such as wireless routers, Bluetooth speakers, or headphones.
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