How to Setup and Configure a Autel Evo Nano+ Drone

A Autel Evo Nano+ drone is a lightweight and foldable drone that features a 4K camera, a 3-axis gimbal, and a 28-minute flight time. It is suitable for aerial photography, outdoor travel, and recreational flying. To setup and configure a Autel Evo Nano+ drone, you will need the following:

  • A Autel Evo Nano+ drone and a remote controller (batteries included)
  • A Autel Sky app on your smartphone (Android or iOS) and a Autel account
  • A Wi-Fi connection
  • A power source (a USB-C cable and a power adapter are included in the box)

Step 1: Charge your drone and install the Autel Sky app

The first step is to charge your drone using the USB-C cable and the power adapter. The charging indicator on the drone will turn green when it is fully charged. It may take up to 2.5 hours to charge the drone from 0% to 100%. While the drone is charging, you can install the Autel Sky app on your smartphone from the Google Play Store or the App Store. You will need to sign in with your Autel account. If you don’t have a Autel account, you can create one on the app or on the web at autel.com.

Step 2: Pair your drone and controller with the app

The next step is to pair your drone and controller with the app. To do this, open the Autel Sky app on your smartphone and tap the Devices tab. Then, tap Pair New Device and select Autel Evo Nano+. You will need to scan the QR code on the drone’s packaging or on the back of the drone using your smartphone’s camera. This will automatically add the drone to your app and guide you through the pairing process. You will need to choose a name for your drone, connect it to your Wi-Fi network, and update the firmware if needed. You will also need to pair the controller by following the instructions on the app and on the drone.
Step 3: Adjust the camera angle and resolution

The third step is to adjust the camera angle and resolution for your desired view and quality. To do this, you will need to use the controller and the app. You will need to adjust the following:

  • The camera angle: You can change the angle of the camera by using the dial on the left side of the controller. You can tilt the camera up or down by rotating the dial clockwise or counterclockwise. The camera angle range is from 0° to 90°.
  • The camera resolution: You can change the resolution of the camera by using the app. You can choose between 1080p, 2.7K, and 4K resolutions. The higher the resolution, the clearer the image, but the more storage space and battery power it will consume.

Step 4: Set up your flight area and safety settings

The fourth step is to set up your flight area and safety settings. The flight area is the space where you can fly your drone safely and legally. The safety settings are the parameters that control the drone’s behavior and performance. To set up your flight area and safety settings, you will need to do the following:

  • Check the local laws and regulations: You should check the local laws and regulations regarding drone flying before you take off. You should follow the rules and respect the privacy and property of others. You should also avoid flying near airports, military zones, or other restricted areas.
  • Check the weather and environment: You should check the weather and environment before you fly. You should avoid flying in strong winds, rain, snow, fog, or low visibility. You should also avoid flying near power lines, trees, buildings, or other obstacles that may interfere with the drone’s signal or navigation.
  • Check the battery and signal: You should check the battery and signal levels of the drone and the controller before you fly. You should make sure that the battery is fully charged and the signal is strong and stable. You should also set a low battery warning and a return-to-home function on the app, so that the drone will alert you and fly back to you automatically when the battery or signal is low.
  • Check the compass and GPS: You should check the compass and GPS calibration of the drone before you fly. You should make sure that the drone’s compass and GPS are aligned and accurate. You should also set a home point on the app, so that the drone will know where to return to in case of emergency.

Step 5: Fly your drone and enjoy the view

The final step is to fly your drone and enjoy the view. You will need to use the controller and the app to control and monitor your drone. You will need to do the following:

  • Take off and land: You can take off and land your drone by using the app or the controller. You can use the app to tap the Take Off or Land button, or use the controller to push the left stick up or down. You should make sure that the drone is on a flat and clear surface before taking off or landing.
  • Fly and steer: You can fly and steer your drone by using the controller. You can use the left stick to control the altitude and rotation of the drone, and the right stick to control the direction and speed of the drone. You should make sure that the drone is within your sight and control range at all times.
  • Capture and record: You can capture and record photos and videos by using the app or the controller. You can use the app to tap the Camera or Video button, or use the controller to press the Photo or Video button. You can also use the app to adjust the camera settings, such as the exposure, white balance, and color mode. You can also use the app to view the live feed, playback, and download the media files.

That’s it! You have successfully setup and configured your Autel Evo Nano+ drone. Now you can enjoy the stunning aerial view and capture amazing moments.