DJI Mobile SDK for Android
What Is This?
The DJI Mobile SDK enables you to automate your DJI Product. You can control flight, and many subsystems of the product including the camera and gimbal. Using the Mobile SDK, create a customized mobile app to unlock the full potential of your DJI aerial platform.
Running the SDK Sample Code
Developers can run the sample application to immediately run code and see how the DJI Mobile SDK can be used.
One of DJI's aircraft or handheld cameras will be required to run the sample application.
From registering as a developer, to deploying an application, the following will take you through the full Mobile SDK Application development process:
- Register as DJI Developer & Download SDK
- Integrate SDK into Application
- Run Application
- Testing, Profiling & Debugging
Sample Projects & Tutorials
Several Android tutorials are provided as examples on how to use different features of the Mobile SDK and debug tools includes:
- Running DJI SDK Sample Code in Android Studio
- Camera Application
- MapView and Waypoint Application (GaodeMap)
- MapView and Waypoint Application (GoogleMap)
- TapFly and ActiveTrack Application
Learn More about DJI Products and the Mobile SDK
Please visit DJI Mobile SDK Documentation for more details.
SDK API Reference
Package Name Replace Script
Since Android SDK 3.3 or above has changed or deprecated some package names or class names, we provide an executable JAR file, which contains scripts for you to replace old package names (SDK Version 3.2.1 or below ) to new package name (SDK Version 3.3 or above) automatically. Please refer to this link for more details.
You can get support from DJI with the following methods: