Number 1, you don't have to be such a jerk.your own fault trying to save a couple bucks on a non oem battery
You should note that you're referring to P2 batteries. Aftermarket P3 batteries are much newer and there aren't any that are known to work well at this point.Lots of people have had success buying aftermarket batteries, including me. I've owned five batteries, two are DJI, three are aftermarket. One of the DJIs was DOA right out of the new P2V retail box. The only issue I have with the aftermarkets I own is that they don't auto-discharge. Otherwise they are perfect.
Well, yeah. I actually bought my aftermarkets before DJI stopped supporting the P2V, so it was understood at the time that I had to be careful re upgrading firmware. And that's an important point. Thank-you. Now I have an extra advantage so to speak. My P2V is in no danger of getting an upgraded firmware, whereas a P3 can get the firmware upgraded, possibly rendering their aftermarket battery useless.You should note that you're referring to P2 batteries. Aftermarket P3 batteries are much newer and there aren't any that are known to work well at this point.
Banggood has great customer service. You've already made a video, send them the link and they should refund you.
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