6 Things to do if DJI Mimo is not installing on android phone

I had a problem with DJI Mimo where it was not installing on my android smartphone.

Then I went on google and no one understood what the issue was, and was baffled to read people suggesting to buy a new phone as if a new smartphone is sold for 10 bucks.

And this error is not something you can ignore or say I will come back to later, you can use your Osmo basically becomes useless without the DJI Mimo app

Then I contacted DJI support but they couldn’t be more naive, anyways after reading a bunch of forums, hours of frustration, I finally solved mine so I thought I could do the same for others

Why is DJI Mimo not installing on your phone?

If DJI Mimo is not installing on your phone it usually means installing from unknown sources is disabled, if that doesn’t seem to work you can also try installing the app from the galaxy store, DJI website, or try downloading previous versions of the app, also make sure your android version is 6.0 or above.

Now there is no one way to fix this problem it is trial and error, so I will mention what helped me fix the issue and I will mention other troubleshooting methods you should also try.

However, first make sure if the app is compatible with your smartphone, the list down below shows compatible phones-

Galaxy s22 is also compatible even though it is not on the list, It is usually older smartphones that are not compatible

1. Download DJI Mimo from the galaxy store

If you have an android phone specifically from Samsung there is a great place to download applications from and it is the galaxy store.

Just like Play Store, Galaxy Store has a variety of apps including DJI Mimo and other DJI apps, so if your phone is Samsung instead of downloading from the play store or directly from DJI website you can download the app from the galaxy store plus it is safe to download and install apps.

However, before downloading the app make sure the previously downloaded version is completely wiped off from your phone.

After downloading the app it will install automatically if not install it manually and it will be ready to go.

2. Enable installing from unknown sources

1) By default, you will only be able to install apps from the Google Play Store, however by enabling the unknown source setting, you will also be able to install apps from other sources.

  • Tap Settings icon on the home screen to open the Android device settings
  • scroll and Tap Security & privacy
  • tap Additional settings in the Settings menu
  • Tap the Unknown sources setting to enable it

2) Download the APK you want to install

3) Tap the downloaded APK file to install it on your Android device.

3. Try installing previous versions of DJI Mimo

If the current version of the DJI Mimo is not installing you can try downloading previous versions of the app.

You can find the previous versions from various 3rd party sources, but make sure it is a trusted source because there are a lot of virus-infected apps out there.

4. Clear cache on your phone and restart

Clearing your cache on Android can free up valuable space and resolve issues with your phone’s battery, speed, and security. Old cached data can corrupt, causing larger performance problems, so try clearing the cache and restarting the phone.

  1. Go to the Settings menu on your device.
  2. Tap Storage. Tap “Storage” in your Android’s settings. …
  3. Tap Internal Storage under Device Storage. Tap “Internal storage.” …
  4. Tap Cached data. Tap “Cached data.” …
  5. Tap OK when a dialog box appears asking if you’re sure you want to clear all app cache.

5. Download mimo from the Huawei app store or others

If you have other Android phones that are not from Samsung like Huawei, HTC, and so on, most of them have their own app store, for example Huawei has an app called app gallery which has as many apps as play store and you can find DJI Go 4 and other DJI apps there

6. Other choices

If DJI Go 4 doesn’t seem to work on your mobile device and you don’t see yourself investing on another smartphone soon you can try other apps like litchi for osmo

  • Litchi for osmo is one of the best-known alternative software solutions to use your somo product, unlike DJI mimo the app supports some Osmo products and some people even prefer it than the official app mimo

Note: The app i mentioned are not free

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