One thing that a lot of DJI Pocket 2 users may have is that they don’t know how to transfer videos and photos from DJI Pocket 2 to PC or mobile device, or they have tons of 4K60fps videos, but don’t know how to quickly download the files.
In this article, we will show you 2 ways to download your files to your computer or phone.
Transfer videos from DJI Pocket 2 to your phone or tablet
If you want to download videos and photos from DJI Pocket 2 directly to your mobile phone, you can use the DJI Mimo app or a fast sd card reader.
Use DJI Mimo to download videos and photos
Connect your phone with DJI Pocket 2 with the adapter or wireless module, then turn on the DJI Pocket 2, DJI Mimo will be prompted automatically.
You can see all the photos and videos stored on your sd card. Choose the files you want to download to your phone, iPad, or tablet, then wait for the download process to finish. For most people, it’s recommended to use the DJI Mimo app to download the files. But if you often have to transfer a lot of 4K videos, then you should consider a fast card reader because downloading 4K videos takes too much time and you have to leave your DJI Pocket 2 on all the time.
Use a fast sd card reader
If you want to download your files quickly, then using a fast data-transfer sd card reader is a good idea. Just remove your sd card and insert it in the sd card reader, then plug the sd card reader on your phone or tablet. The downloading time will be shortened dramatically.
Here are 2 recommended sd card readers, you can choose according to the phone you use.
Transfer videos and photos from DJI Pocket 2 to your PC or Mac
There are 2 ways you can use to download files to your PC or Mac. You can either use the USB-C cable or a fast sd card reader.
To use the USB-C cable to transfer files, you just need to connect your DJI Pocket 2 with your PC or Mac, then power on the DJI Pocket 2, you will be able to see all your
This is the easiest way to get your files, the only downside is you have to leave your DJI pocket 2 on while downloading, and if you have too many 4K videos it will take quite a long time, the DJI Pocket 2 will also heat up.
The other method is to use a fast sd card reader. Power off your DJI Pocket 2, then remove the sd card from the slot, and put the sd card into an sd card reader, then insert the card reader into your computer. If you use a fast sd card reader, you will be able to finish the transfer process very quickly.
SD Card Reader Recommendation
Can I use the Do-It-All Handle to transfer files from the DJI Pocket 2?
No. Unfortunately, using the wireless module to export the files is not supported. the wireless module doesn’t allow data transfer.