DJI Osmo Pocket Firmware Update How to


Hey this is Rob. I am going to show you how to update the firmware
on the DJI Osmo Pocket. To update the firmware, open the DJI Mimo
app on your smart device. Connect the DJI Osmo Pocket to the smartdevice. If this screen appears, tap on the home button
in the upper left of the screen. Here you will see New Firmware available. Tab on it. This window appears. Because I already had this check box checked
from a previous Firmware update. I did not have to download the firmware first. The firmware was already downloaded to my
DJI Mimo app. So if this is your first time installing new
firmware for the Osmo, you will see something that says Download firmware. Tab the Install button. The firmware starts installing to the connected
DJI Osmo Pocket. Down here are the features that will be added
with this new firmware update. Number 1, Added a tip prompt and display icon
when connecting an external microphone. The Osmo Pocket will give you a notification
when an external microphone is connected. Number 2, Added an option in settings to turn
off the beeping sound when pressing buttons. So that means you can turn off the beeping
sound when you start or stop recording or anything that makes a beep when you press
a button. I like this new option and I will demonstrate
it at the end of this video. Number 3, Optimized UI of Pro Settings. UI is User Interface. Number 4, Optimized Face Detection. Number 5, Reduce focus pulses when switching
between scenes. What that means is when you move from background
to foreground or visa versa, the autofocus is quicker and smoother than before. OK, the firmware is still updating. As the firmware is updating the DJI Osmo Pocket
will flash red and green. And sometimes you may see something down here
on the Osmo Pocket Screen. I am going to fast forward the video to the
end of the firmware update. When the firmware is finished installing you
will get this popup message. Update Success. Tap the OK. And you are finished. Let me show you how to turn off the beep sound. To turn off the beep sound, you can not be
in Pro Mode. So get out of Pro mode. Swipe down to get into settings. Tap this settings icon. Then swipe to the left and keep swiping to
the left until the end. There it is. It is called Key Tone. Tap on it to turn it off. It is now off. You will get no more beeps when pressing the
buttons on the Osmo Pocket. OK, that is it. Here are a couple other videos you may like. One is how to do the panel mode on the DJI
Osmo Pocket. And the other one is how to take time lapses
on the Insta 360 One X camera. If you like this video, please give it a thumbs
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