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Litchi For DJI Drones



  • Need help using Litchi? Join the Phantom Filmschool - the easy way to shoot like a pro! This place contains documentation about Litchi for DJI Drones. If you can't find the answer to a specific question, please send your query to support@flylitchi.com or ask on our forums. You can also join our Facebook community to discuss anything about Litchi. Litchi is compatible with: Mini 2, Mini SE, Air 2S, Mavic Mini 1, Mavic Air 2, Mavic 2 (Zoom/Pro), Mavic (Air/Pro), Phantom 4 (Standard/Advanced/Pro/ProV2), Phantom 3 (Standard/4K/Advanced/Professional), Inspire 1 (X3/Z3/Pro/RAW), Inspire 2 and Spark. Litchi is also compatible with most DJI monitors, please refer to the installation steps in this guide Litchi is *NOT* compatible with Mini 2 SE, Mini 3 and Mavic 3 as DJI has not released a developer SDK for these drone models yet Last Updated: 29 March 2023 General General FPV FPV Waypoint Waypoint Mission Hub Follow Follow Orbit Orbit Virtual Reality Virtual Reality Focus Focus Panorama Panorama Track Settings Settings FAQ FAQ General Flight Modes: Use this dropdown to change the flight mode.

  • Radar: Shows the position of the aircraft relative to the operator's mobile device.

  • Flight Telemetry: Shows altitude relative to power-on elevation, distance from home point to aircraft and speed on all axis. In Follow mode, the distance between the mobile device and the aircraft is shown.

  • Show/hide small view: Tap to minimize the size of the small view. Tap on the small view to switch the map and video views.

  • Aircraft: Shows the aircraft location on the map. Tap to add a Waypoint or Point of Interest at the aircraft location.

  • Mobile Device: Shows the mobile device location on the map. Tap to add a Waypoint or Point of Interest at the mobile device location.

  • Home Point: Shows the home point location on the map. To set a new home point, drag this marker to another location.

  • Take Photo: Tap this button to take one or several pictures depending on the current photo mode. Works while recording for most resolution/field of view settings. Depending on the photo quality setting, using this button while recording will either take screengrabs (max 1080p resolution) or full resolution pictures (at the cost of interrupting the recording for two seconds).

  • Record: Tap this button to start and stop recording.

  • Gimbal Pitch Indicator: Shows the current position of the gimbal tilt. Top is horizon (0), bottom is -90. To move the gimbal, touch the video screen, then scroll up or down. The faster you move your finger, the faster the gimbal speed.

  • Zoom to Mobile Device: Tap to zoom the map to the current mobile device location.

  • Unlock Map Orientation: By default the map is oriented towards North. Tap to have the map rotation continuously adjusted to match your mobile device's position relative to north.

  • Camera Settings: Tap to open camera settings.

  • Status Bar Mode Switch Button: Tap to change the flight mode.

  • Satellite Count: Shows the number of satellites that the aircraft is locked onto.

  • Extender Battery: Shows the remaining Range Extender battery percentage.

  • Battery Status: This bar shows the status of the aircraft battery. The part in red represents the battery required to go home.

  • Aircraft Status/Connected Button: Shows the current aircraft flight status. Tap this button to connect to the aircraft when it shows a red "Disconnected" or to disconnect otherwise. Disconnecting manually can be useful when you want to cache the google maps for offline use. When connecting/disconnecting to/from the aircraft, Wi-Fi will be turned on/off automatically.

  • Uplink: Shows the strength of the remote controller signal.

  • Downlink: Shows the strength of the video downlink signal. Tap to boost the phantom's video signal.

  • Aircraft Battery: Shows the remaining aircraft battery percentage.

  • General Settings: Tap to show general settings.

General When starting the app for the first time after installation, you will need to be connected to Internet in order to register the app with DJI servers. Registration with DJI servers can be done without being connected to a DJI drone. The registration is done in the background, if the registration failed you will be notified with an error popup. Be aware that some Internet connections may have troubles connecting to DJI servers, in such a case make sure to try a different Internet connection (home wifi, mobile data connection, a friend's connection, public wifi, etc).




Litchi for DJI Drones


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  • To connect using a cable (Mini, Air, Mavic, Phantom 3 Adv/Pro, Phantom 4 and Inspire series), follow these steps: Make sure no DJI-based apps (including DJI Fly, DJI Go and other third party apps) are running in the background. If there are any, close them

  • If you have another app (such as DJI Fly or DJI Go) set as the default app to launch when you connect the remote controller, you will need to clear the defaults for that app: go to mobile device Settings - Apps - DJI Go (or other app name) - Clear Defaults. Some devices automatically set the app you start as default, so this step may have to be done every time you want to switch app (for example from DJI Fly to Litchi and vice versa)

  • Start your drone and remote controller, and let them initialize for a few seconds

  • Connect the remote controller to the mobile device. For Mavic drones, you can use either the bottom or side USB ports, however make sure to use only one port at once (if 2 cables are plugged in the remote controller, Litchi won't be able to connect)

  • You will see a popup asking which app to start, select Litchi in the popup to initiate connection

  • Info Watch a video tutorial for USB connection. To connect using Wi-Fi (Phantom 3 Standard/4K, Spark), follow these steps: Make sure no DJI-based apps (including DJI Go and other third party apps) are running in the background. If there are any, close them

  • Force stop all DJI-based apps (including DJI Go and other third party apps). Please note step 1 is not enough. To force stop an app, go to your mobile device Settings - Apps - DJI Go (or other app name) - Force stop

  • Start your drone and remote controller if you are using one, and let them initialize for a few seconds

  • Connect to the Wi-Fi network of the drone

  • Start Litchi


  • Make sure no DJI-based apps (including DJI Fly, DJI Go and other third party apps) are running in the background. If there are any, close them

  • Start your drone and remote controller if you are using one, and let them initialize for a few seconds

  • Connect the remote controller to the mobile device using a cable. For Wi-Fi based drones (Phantom 3 Standard/4K or Spark), connect to the Wi-Fi network of the drone instead

  • Start Litchi


Litchi allows you to control Wi-Fi based drones (Spark, Phantom 3 Standard, Mavic Air/Pro) with a bluetooth controller when no DJI remote controller is connected. If you are looking for a compatible bluetooth controller, we recommend the Mad Catz CTRL i for iOS. Litchi will automatically recognize and accept input from a bluetooth controller after it is paired with your mobile device.


Download Litchi Magic Leash on the Play Store: =com.flylitchi.lml Or Download Litchi Magic Leash on the Apple Store: Litchi Magic Leash allows the subject of the Follow mode to be a different mobile device from that which is connected to the RC. In other words the aircraft will follow a mobile device that is not connected to the RC. Both mobile devices must be connected to the internet for Magic Leash to work. Warning At this time, Litchi Magic Leash does not transfer altitude data. This means that if you go up or down a hill using Litchi Magic Leash, the aircraft cannot adjust its altitude.


Download Litchi Magic Leash on the Play Store: =com.flylitchi.lml Or Download Litchi Magic Leash on the Apple Store: Litchi Magic Leash allows the subject of the Focus mode to be a different mobile device from that which is connected to the RC. In other words the aircraft will focus on a mobile device that is not connected to the RC. Both mobile devices must be connected to the internet for Magic Leash to work.


For over a year, Mini 2 users have been waiting for DJI to include their drone in the software development kit (SDK). Adding drones to it enables creators to include this aircraft in their applications. Even days before DJI published the newly updated SDK on their website, some apps already had a beta version available since December 31, 2021.


Litchi for DJI Drones is a popular autonomous flight app for DJI drones, an alternative to DJI Go or DJI FLY. The app, available for devices running Android and iOS operating systems, offers the user the possibility of creating automated missions, a few of intelligent flight modes, and, in general, an improved user experience.


Litchi has been available for quite a few years, but it was not until early 2022 when they included support for a few of the latest DJI drones, such as the Mini 2, Mini SE, or the Mavic Air 2S (the best bang-for-the-buck drone for real estate photography, as we talked in this article).


Many users expected Litchi to add support for the Mavic 3 by January 2022, but as we have seen with other releases from the Chinese company, DJI drones are usually included in the SDK after they have been in the market for a year or so.


In the user guide, they assure us that the new flagship commercial drone from DJI will be on the list of supported drones as soon as the manufacturer includes it in the SDK. It should be around November 2022. Take a seat and wait patiently if you own this drone, it will be worth it. 041b061a72


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