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How to factory reset your DJI Zenmuse H3-3D gimbal

September 21, 2014

If a firmware update appears to have bricked your gimbal or made it go crazy here’s a reset procedure to try that might save you having to send to the DJI service centre…

A small percentage of the H3-3D gimbals seems to “brick” sometimes when a new firmware update is applied. Instead of having to ship it back to DJI to be repaired this simple procedure could help by factory resetting your gimbal, allowing you to re-flash the firmware and hopefully fixing the problem. If the gimbal is still dead or going crazy after this then the problem is probably deeper than a bad firmware flash and it probably does need to go in. But if this saves a few people having to do that, great! As with all things, you do this at your own risk, although the procedure has been published by DJI.

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