Error 30064 is an error that DJI drone pilots may encounter. Many users reported this issue on forums and social media. This article will discuss all the possible solutions you may need to solve this issue and help you get your DJI drone into the air again.
The following methods are applicable to DJI drones including DJI Air 2S, DJI Mini 2, DJI Mini, DJI Mini 3 Pro, and other DJI drones.
What is error 30064?
When your drone is in error 30064, you will get a message saying Unable to take off (Code:30064). It won’t let you launch your drone.
How to fix DJI Drone Error 30064?
Updated to the latest firmware
The first thing to do is to check your firmware to make sure it’s up-to-date.
Note: If the error code still exists after the firmware update, then you can try refreshing with DJI Assistant 2 several times for both the drone and controller.
Basically, most pilots’ problems can be solved by updating the firmware. If this still can’t address your issue, then you can try the following methods.
Other Method you may need to try
- Remove DJI Fly App and Install it Again
- Try a different mobile device. Check if using a different device works.
- Try a different battery. Use another fully charged battery to see if it works.
- Calibrate your drone’s IMU when the GPS signal is strong.
- Make sure the GPS signal is strong enough for flying.
- Make sure the in-app beginner tutorial is not used.
Send your DJI drone to DJI Support
If all the solutions don’t work for you, then it’s probably a hardware issue and the only thing you can do is to contact DJI Support and send the drone back for further check and repair.