Read @Erika_Houseman post above.
Do you think it’s a matter of weeks / months?
DRONEDEPLOY still does not work with Mavic 2 Pro?
There is not an official ETA on the Mavic 2 yet. Please continue to check the Supported Drones page within the next month or so. Our engineers are working extremely hard to get this device ready for support.
I’m super excited to use drone deploy, so sad that its taking so long to bring in compatibility
Is it a low priority or was the change so different from Mavic 1 that it takes this long to update?
The moment you have all been waiting for …(drum roll please)… The Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom is officially supported by DroneDeploy on IOS! I can’t wait to see the awesome maps you all are able to create using this newly supported drone. Please check out the supported drones page for more information.
@Erika_Houseman Thank you! Excited to use it! Fyi, the official names of the drones are Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom, respectively. Should probably be corrected on that supported drones page.
I still can’t get it to work. Continuously says “waiting for drone” and won’t connect as it did before.
@Erika_Houseman — I still can’t get my Mavic 2 to work with the app. After creating a course, it just saves and then says “Connect to Drone” and won’t ever connect or show the icon to begin the flight. I’ve updated all firmware and tried every combination of bringing up the app with no luck. Any suggestions?
I have the same problem. “Connect to Drone” and after that: “USB Connected - Waiting for Drone”.
I reinstalled the app after hours of trying every suggestion out there and that looks like it might have solved it. Snowing out so can’t test it now.
Esta solo compatible para IOS o también para ANDROID?
I would check out the compatibility on the Drone Deploy website as it changes quite often.
I have been planning my first flight with the DD app with my Mavic 2 Pro and for the life of me I can’t find where you tell the app what drone you’re flying. Can someone tell me where that setting is? I imagine it’s there somewhere or the app wouldn’t be able to tell you your pixel size on the ground. Thanks.
I don’t have an answer but I have found that they are really lacking in documentation. Pretty much trial and error with me trying to figure it all out.
For wAndroid? Date… Please we want to use in android
There is no model selection. It assumes a Phantom 4 Pro so you will need to adjust your elevation and overlaps according to the the camera specification difference. 75/65 for the P4P would be close to 80/70 on the Mavic at the same altitude due to the Field Of View.
Good to know. Thanks.
Mavic2 Pro is listed in IOS only.
Correct, the app update and compatibility have not hit Android yet. It is in process.