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Windwalker00
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Hi Mavic pilot and DJI CS

How to link up the DJI goggles and new mavic 2 pro? Previous method doesn’t work.please help?!

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2018-8-26
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The goggles require a firmware update to function with the Mavic 2.

01.04.0500 for the white goggles.
01.00.0600 for the RE goggles.

Not sure if the new firmware has been released yet?
2018-8-26
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Hi, thanks for reaching DJI Forum. We do apologize for the troubles you had. I'd like to know if you updated the goggles firmware already? Also, take note that DJI Goggles only support a 2.4 GHz frequency band. Kindly check as well the current frequency you are in. Hope this helps your concern for today. Have a safe flight.
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Dirty Bird Posted at 2018-8-26 08:13
The goggles require a firmware update to function with the Mavic 2.

01.04.0500 for the white goggles.

Thanks for the info.

From the DJI Assistant 2, only version 01.04.0400 for my white goggles can be found.

I just updated the white goggles to 01.04.0400 version. maybe let's try again later the linking process to see if it works.
2018-8-26
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Windwalker00 Posted at 2018-8-26 09:26
Thanks for the info.

From the DJI Assistant 2, only version 01.04.0400 for my white goggles can be found.

1.04.0400 will not work with the Mavic 2.  You need to install 1.04.0500 when it is released to connect the white goggles to a Mavic 2.
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Dirty Bird Posted at 2018-8-26 08:13
The goggles require a firmware update to function with the Mavic 2.

01.04.0500 for the white goggles.

Just curious what is the difference between the white goggles and the RE ones ? thanks
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Kingram Posted at 2018-8-26 09:48
Just curious what is the difference between the white goggles and the RE ones ? thanks

The main differences, aside from color, are the RE Goggles support both 2.4 & 5.8 Ghz, as well as analog transmission commonly used in most FPV systems.  Analog transmission has lower latency which is desirable in high-speed FPV racing.  This means you can connect to many FPV quad racers with the RE Goggles.   You can also pair the RE version with the optional Occusync Air System in a custom RC model.  You could use this to add FPV/control to an airplane, helicopter, boat, or ground model.  As the original goggles only support 2.4 ghz this will mean when a Mavic 2 is attached to them will only use the 2.4 ghz band.

Basically if you are only going to use the goggles with DJI birds the white goggles are fine.  If you plan to purchase an FPV racer with analog transmission, build your own custom model using the Occusync Air System, or want dual-band connectivity with a Phantom 4 Pro/Advanced (2.0) or Mavic 2, then you'll want the RE version.

Lest I forget, there's always the "RE Goggles look so cool in black & red!" reason.  
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Windwalker00 Posted at 2018-8-26 09:26
Thanks for the info.

From the DJI Assistant 2, only version 01.04.0400 for my white goggles can be found.

Hi, Thanks for your response. The firmware for DJI Goggles Standard/RE is not yet released to supports the DJI Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom. Please wait for further notice. Thank you for understanding.
2018-8-27
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Dirty Bird Posted at 2018-8-26 12:37
The main differences, aside from color, are the RE Goggles support both 2.4 & 5.8 Ghz, as well as analog transmission commonly used in most FPV systems.  Analog transmission has lower latency which is desirable in high-speed FPV racing.  This means you can connect to many FPV quad racers with the RE Goggles.   You can also pair the RE version with the optional Occusync Air System in a custom RC model.  You could use this to add FPV/control to an airplane, helicopter, boat, or ground model.  As the original goggles only support 2.4 ghz this will mean when a Mavic 2 is attached to them will only use the 2.4 ghz band.

Basically if you are only going to use the goggles with DJI birds the white goggles are fine.  If you plan to purchase an FPV racer with analog transmission, build your own custom model using the Occusync Air System, or want dual-band connectivity with a Phantom 4 Pro/Advanced (2.0) or Mavic 2, then you'll want the RE version.

Sounds like the RE goggles would be better with the Mavic 2  because it can switch back and forth with 2.4 & 5.8 Ghz ?
2018-8-28
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DJI Tony Posted at 2018-8-27 10:28
Hi, Thanks for your response. The firmware for DJI Goggles Standard/RE is not yet released to supports the DJI Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom. Please wait for further notice. Thank you for understanding.

Your website specs indicate that the dji goggles will work with mavic 2 pro. When will the firmware be available? Can you please send us the beta version if available now? I use the goggles for commercial drone photography, and purchased the Mavic 2 pro based on your misleading specs. Please help.


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fansff02a6d6 Posted at 2018-8-28 14:22
Your website specs indicate that the dji goggles will work with mavic 2 pro. When will the firmware be available? Can you please send us the beta version if available now? I use the goggles for commercial drone photography, and purchased the Mavic 2 pro based on your misleading specs. Please help.

Hi, Thanks for your interest. As of the moment, we don't have any information when will the firmware be available to use with DJI Mavic 2 Pro. Please pay attention to our website for further updates. Thank you for understanding.  
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DJI Tony Posted at 2018-8-28 15:06
Hi, Thanks for your interest. As of the moment, we don't have any information when will the firmware be available to use with DJI Mavic 2 Pro. Please pay attention to our website for further updates. Thank you for understanding.

This is very disappointing. Why would DJI not warn their customers that their goggles are not compatible with Mavic 2 Pro? I use these goggles for my business, and now they are worthless. I am going to return my Mavic Pro and keep my Phantom 4 Pro, and will tell everyone I know not to make same mistake
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Mclovin 1971 Posted at 2018-8-28 19:57
This is very disappointing. Why would DJI not warn their customers that their goggles are not compatible with Mavic 2 Pro? I use these goggles for my business, and now they are worthless. I am going to return my Mavic Pro and keep my Phantom 4 Pro, and will tell everyone I know not to make same mistake

Hi, Sorry for letting you down. We perfectly understand where you coming from. We will inform our team in regards to this to your concern to see what we can do. Thank you for understanding.
2018-8-29
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Just tried to hook up my new RE goggles with the Mavic 2 Pro... complete fail to link, despite being on latest firmware (both).  Very disappointing to advertise these as compatible with no actual current (or known release date) support.
2018-8-29
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DJI Tony Posted at 2018-8-29 13:00
Hi, Sorry for letting you down. We perfectly understand where you coming from. We will inform our team in regards to this to your concern to see what we can do. Thank you for understanding.

Ummm....yea, Tony....I saw DJI say it works with the white goggles, just not the RE yet.....so I think your in the hot seat for a bit....BTW, my goggle icon disappeared...what’s up with that?
2018-8-29
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thejesterbot Posted at 2018-8-29 13:53
Just tried to hook up my new RE goggles with the Mavic 2 Pro... complete fail to link, despite being on latest firmware (both).  Very disappointing to advertise these as compatible with no actual current (or known release date) support.

Couldn’t agree more - very troubling
2018-8-29
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I can't believe it... seriously DJI? You even sell the RE bundled with the Mavic 2 although you know it will not work yet? Alllways the same sh*** with every new product launch...
2018-8-30
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Flying perfectly with M2P and DJI Googles RE this afternoon. FW01.00.0600
2018-8-30
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Dirty Bird Posted at 2018-8-26 12:37
The main differences, aside from color, are the RE Goggles support both 2.4 & 5.8 Ghz, as well as analog transmission commonly used in most FPV systems.  Analog transmission has lower latency which is desirable in high-speed FPV racing.  This means you can connect to many FPV quad racers with the RE Goggles.   You can also pair the RE version with the optional Occusync Air System in a custom RC model.  You could use this to add FPV/control to an airplane, helicopter, boat, or ground model.  As the original goggles only support 2.4 ghz this will mean when a Mavic 2 is attached to them will only use the 2.4 ghz band.

Basically if you are only going to use the goggles with DJI birds the white goggles are fine.  If you plan to purchase an FPV racer with analog transmission, build your own custom model using the Occusync Air System, or want dual-band connectivity with a Phantom 4 Pro/Advanced (2.0) or Mavic 2, then you'll want the RE version.

Not worth it at all for FPV as it all depends on weight. Too may add on bits to make them viable. Too big anyway, Fatshark Google’s with diversity and job done. The image and range quality is stunning though, as seen on YouTube. Even for freestyle, weight and being able to manoeuvre is key. It’s a good idea but as said already, too big.
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DennisMurry08 Posted at 2018-8-29 19:15
Ummm....yea, Tony....I saw DJI say it works with the white goggles, just not the RE yet.....so I think your in the hot seat for a bit....BTW, my goggle icon disappeared...what’s up with that?

RE Goggles work fine with the Mavic 2.  Make sure you have updated the RE Goggles to firmware 01.00.0600.  Initiate the link via the Link menu in the Goggles.  Choose Mavic 2 then press the link button on the aircraft.  You can not just push the link button on the goggles.  You have to select the aircraft model.
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DennisMurry08 Posted at 2018-8-29 19:15
Ummm....yea, Tony....I saw DJI say it works with the white goggles, just not the RE yet.....so I think your in the hot seat for a bit....BTW, my goggle icon disappeared...what’s up with that?

Actually the Mavic 2 currently works with the RE Goggles.  Still waiting on firmware for the white goggles.
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DennisMurry08 Posted at 2018-8-29 19:15
Ummm....yea, Tony....I saw DJI say it works with the white goggles, just not the RE yet.....so I think your in the hot seat for a bit....BTW, my goggle icon disappeared...what’s up with that?

Hi, Sorry for the inconvenience, as of the moment, the DJI Goggles white is not yet compatible, however, the RE should work on the Mavic 2 Pro for as long as the firmware is up to date.
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thejesterbot Posted at 2018-8-29 13:53
Just tried to hook up my new RE goggles with the Mavic 2 Pro... complete fail to link, despite being on latest firmware (both).  Very disappointing to advertise these as compatible with no actual current (or known release date) support.

Hi, Sorry for the inconvenience. May I know what is the current firmware version of your DJI Goggles RE? Please keep us posted. Thank you.
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Thanks guys... I'll try that when I get home.  I used DJI Assistant 2 to update the goggles to 01.00.0600 but when choosing Link from within the goggles menu, I didn't see Mavic 2 (Just Mavic).  I'm hoping I just overlooked it.  Anyway, once it said to press the link button on the aircraft and I did, nothing connected of course (although the aircraft loses signal with the remote).

Will try this again this evening and hope I just missed the link!
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thejesterbot Posted at 2018-8-30 11:36
Thanks guys... I'll try that when I get home.  I used DJI Assistant 2 to update the goggles to 01.00.0600 but when choosing Link from within the goggles menu, I didn't see Mavic 2 (Just Mavic).  I'm hoping I just overlooked it.  Anyway, once it said to press the link button on the aircraft and I did, nothing connected of course (although the aircraft loses signal with the remote).

Will try this again this evening and hope I just missed the link!

Please keep us posted on the latest progress. Thank you.
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DJI Tony Posted at 2018-8-30 13:57
Please keep us posted on the latest progress. Thank you.

The Good
Totally must have missed the "Mavic II" link at the bottom... was able to link up successfully and go for a first flight with goggles yesterday.  Thanks all for the help!

The Bad:
With the goggles connected (even just for visual exposure checks), the range of the craft/connection/feed seems severely hampered.  We're not talking "beginner mode" locked like I've read reports of, but around 1800ft distance, the feed would be garbled at best and then simply drop, losing connection to the craft (the remote would suffer this as well).  I've flown in the same area with far longer distances before.  When I turned off the headset, the remote feed reconnected after a bit and the display was crystal clear again - and was able to continue further out.  At this point, the goggles would not reconnect to the feed once powered back on (I thought they connected to the remote, not the craft?).  

Any ideas on this?  Even if I have to run a cable vs wireless, I'd be more than willing if it allowed max range on the feed - I only need this for visual checks/exposure/framing of shots, def not for flying the craft (I won't be using head tracking for instance).

Thanks for any tips!
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thejesterbot Posted at 2018-8-31 06:30
The Good
Totally must have missed the "Mavic II" link at the bottom... was able to link up successfully and go for a first flight with goggles yesterday.  Thanks all for the help!

Running into the same issue. The range seems very limited but I have only flown once with the goggles. Interested in learning more about the dual band functionality with the Mavic 2. Not much in the manual. Would using one of the external Pagoda antennas add range?
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thejesterbot Posted at 2018-8-31 06:30
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Totally must have missed the "Mavic II" link at the bottom... was able to link up successfully and go for a first flight with goggles yesterday.  Thanks all for the help!


The goggles connect directly with the aircraft.  I have not experienced your issue of reduced range when flying with the goggles.  The other day I was flying my Mavic Pro and was amazed that I was over 3 miles out, sitting inside my truck, flying with the goggles. Try re-linking.
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Dirty Bird Posted at 2018-8-31 21:30
The goggles connect directly with the aircraft.  I have not experienced your issue of reduced range when flying with the goggles.  The other day I was flying my Mavic Pro and was amazed that I was over 3 miles out, sitting inside my truck, flying with the goggles. Try re-linking.

Really jealous of all you folks with RE goggles. Us poor dudes with white ones don't even have firmware yet. What's up with that DJI? Why would you release M2P w/o support for goggles? Oh thats right, you needed the money....
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Dirty Bird Posted at 2018-8-31 21:30
The goggles connect directly with the aircraft.  I have not experienced your issue of reduced range when flying with the goggles.  The other day I was flying my Mavic Pro and was amazed that I was over 3 miles out, sitting inside my truck, flying with the goggles. Try re-linking.

I've been reduced to my iPhone screen...there was a time when that would have been exciting but...yea...being out any distance you just cant beat the goggles.... :-(  Patience I keep telling myself...
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DennisMurry08 Posted at 2018-9-1 20:01
I've been reduced to my iPhone screen...there was a time when that would have been exciting but...yea...being out any distance you just cant beat the goggles.... :-(  Patience I keep telling myself...

That's exactly where I can't use the REs (distance)... for some reason past ~1800ft or so, the connection just goes to hell and I lose all visual signal.
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The 01.04.0500 for DJI (white) Goggles has been released for those wanting to connect to Mavic 2.
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Dirty Bird Posted at 2018-9-3 09:34
The 01.04.0500 for DJI (white) Goggles has been released for those wanting to connect to Mavic 2.

Thanks....I’m going to eat a bowl of Rocky Road ice cream, because I can, and update...yea!
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Hi,

I bought a DJI Goggle white used from Ebay, but only having the Mavic 2 and a phantom 3 standard, I am having troubles to update to the latest Firmware.
As both Aircrafts are currently not compatible to connect to the Goggles, I am down to the DJI Assistant, but that Software doesn't find my Goggles.
Tried Version 2.0 for Mavic, as Version 1.2.4

In the Description it says activating the Goggles, but as they are used they have been activated with a different Account. Resetting the Goggles inside the Menu doesn't help either.

Can anyone guide me on how to get the Goggles updated to the latest Firmware so I can use them with my mavic 2?
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mariokrupik Posted at 2018-9-5 07:36
Hi,

I bought a DJI Goggle white used from Ebay, but only having the Mavic 2 and a phantom 3 standard, I am having troubles to update to the latest Firmware.

SOLVED

after trying with 2 Micro USB Cables, I used a new USB Cable from my Phone and that worded. Didn't expect it to be the Wire
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mariokrupik Posted at 2018-9-5 07:36
Hi,

I bought a DJI Goggle white used from Ebay, but only having the Mavic 2 and a phantom 3 standard, I am having troubles to update to the latest Firmware.

I just upgraded a new pair of DJI RE googles.  It worked with the following software and firmware versions.

DJI Assistant: V1.2.4
RE goggles firmware: V01.00.06000

Once in the googles choose the tools icon on the right

Linking settings > Mavic II

That should work.  
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DJI User9262 Posted at 2018-9-6 08:20
I just upgraded a new pair of DJI RE googles.  It worked with the following software and firmware versions.

DJI Assistant: V1.2.4

thx for your info.
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Dirty Bird Posted at 2018-9-3 09:34
The 01.04.0500 for DJI (white) Goggles has been released for those wanting to connect to Mavic 2.

Hi Dirty Bird,

just as your said, I updated the white goggle to 01.04.0500 thru DJI assistant v1.4 and it works pretty good now with Mavic 2 Pro...


I can kick off my flight adventure now, with head tracking like a bird!

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Windwalker00 Posted at 2018-9-8 06:55
Hi Dirty Bird,

just as your said, I updated the white goggle to 01.04.0500 thru DJI assistant v1.4 and it works pretty good now with Mavic 2 Pro...

Great news.  I haven't flown much with my goggles but the times I have has provided a fantastic experience. Have fun!
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If using the White goggles with the Mavic 2 Pro/Zoom will that mean that the AC is only using 2.4GHz to communicate with the RC too?
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