I’m considering downgrading one of my Inspire 2’s. They seem to be very unstable with latest firmware. I have seen post of success and just wondering if anyone can weigh in who paid for Nolimitdronez to downgrade?
I have been hacking my non-Inspire drones via other less user-friendly means with great success for a long time. BUT...it's a lot of work and time-consuming. I honestly haven't had the need to hack my Inspire 1. I checked out the NLD website and I have to say that it seems to me that 45 bucks is a pittance to pay to have all the DJI restrictions removed. Not only are you getting the hacks, but you're getting a support system. If I didn't spend so much time already making my Mavic Pro and P4P perfect, I would probably go the NLD route.I’m considering downgrading one of my Inspire 2’s. They seem to be very unstable with latest firmware. I have seen post of success and just wondering if anyone can weigh in who paid for Nolimitdronez to downgrade?
Yea but it works if you do not update firmware.Using by years NLD, the very cheap way to go if you need just to fly and take pictures, instead playing and have trubles with other ways (with certainly interesting hacking softwares).
I have used it for all my fleet of many Phantom 4 series and Inspire 2, and I adjust other parameters with an old Assistant 2 on my MacOS computer.
They are the money best spent that you can imagine and you give a contribute to stimulate the guys in their difficult study and research for new moddings in the future, for the current and future drones.
Well, probably because DJI has made his last shitty thing of the moment, also for Inspire 2, against moddings, like the one for Mavic 2 and on this topic, in the NLD blog, there is a clear warning.Yea but it works if you do not update firmware.
I can’t rollback atm..I’m on Mac platform too..I kept an old software version still can’t rollback aircraft :/