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digdat0 [2. Install 7-zip]
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digdat0 [4. Install tweakable version]
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 Start by installing a **tweakable** firmware file on your aircraft using [[https://​github.com/​jezzab/​DUMLdore/​releases|Dumldore (windows)]] or [[https://​github.com/​CunningLogic/​DUMLFlasher|dumlflasher (win/​Mac)]],​ then simply flash like normal. If you are jumping from the latest firmare version (say 1.04.0300) down to 1.03.0700, the update may stop at 82%. If that happens, give it time. It should then jump to 100%. If that happens, you will need to flash a second time to finish the rest of the update. Start by installing a **tweakable** firmware file on your aircraft using [[https://​github.com/​jezzab/​DUMLdore/​releases|Dumldore (windows)]] or [[https://​github.com/​CunningLogic/​DUMLFlasher|dumlflasher (win/​Mac)]],​ then simply flash like normal. If you are jumping from the latest firmare version (say 1.04.0300) down to 1.03.0700, the update may stop at 82%. If that happens, give it time. It should then jump to 100%. If that happens, you will need to flash a second time to finish the rest of the update.
  
-Note: More recent versions of firmware (Mavic 1.04.0000+) will require the [[https://​github.com/​CunningLogic/​DUMLRacer|dumlracer tool (Windows and Mac)]] ​to be ran. This applies to Inspire 2, Phantom 4 and Phantom 4 Pro as well. +Note: More recent versions of firmware (Mavic 1.04.0000+) will require ​you run a step to defeat the anti-rollback tech DJI implemented. You can use dumldore v2, v3 or the [[https://​github.com/​CunningLogic/​DUMLRacer|dumlracer tool (Windows and Mac)]]. This applies to Inspire 2, Phantom 4 and Phantom 4 Pro as well. 
  
 CAUTION - when flashing with modded .bin files and monitoring progress with Assistant, you may get a firmware failed message. ​  Be patient. ​ It didn't fail, only the module you deleted did, since the flash procedure expects that module to be present in the firmware. ​ Its on the bird already, so that module gets skipped, keeping the older module. Let it do it's thing and be patient. CAUTION - when flashing with modded .bin files and monitoring progress with Assistant, you may get a firmware failed message. ​  Be patient. ​ It didn't fail, only the module you deleted did, since the flash procedure expects that module to be present in the firmware. ​ Its on the bird already, so that module gets skipped, keeping the older module. Let it do it's thing and be patient.
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