With FW update/rollback do all batteries need to go thru process?

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I am experiencing very bad range and video feed issues. After researching here, i decided to rollback my FW. Do I need to perform the proceedure for all of my batteries or just one? One of my batteries beeps ad nauseum after I power up the drone (was doing this before the rollback). Thank you for your concideration!
 
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DJI GO will show an inconsistent firmware message if you're using a battery that's on the wrong firmware version. If you see that message, allow DJI GO to install the correct firmware on the battery.
Ill power it up with the battery I mentioned and see if the go app tells me anything. If the rollback fixes my problem then I will have to run the FW rollback using this battery as well I guess. Thank you for your time! I will update when completed.
 
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Ill power it up with the battery I mentioned and see if the go app tells me anything. If the rollback fixes my problem then I will have to run the FW rollback using this battery as well I guess. Thank you for your time! I will update when completed.
Update: It seems the rollback has worked to some extent. My range and video feed are better, but still below expectation/mfg claims. But I was able to cure the beeping noise!!! I carefully placed a drop of solder on each of the two contact points on the battery for telemetry etc. The problem with the battery was with the new updated body clam shell. The mounts for the battery werent allowing the contactors on the airship to touch the battery. So the solder allowed the two to come in contact once again
 
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Update: It seems the rollback has worked to some extent. My range and video feed are better, but still below expectation/mfg claims. But I was able to cure the beeping noise!!! I carefully placed a drop of solder on each of the two contact points on the battery for telemetry etc. The problem with the battery was with the new updated body clam shell. The mounts for the battery werent allowing the contactors on the airship to touch the battery. So the solder allowed the two to come in contact once again
Just for some clarification, you made a solder bubble on the AC'S battery contact and its that bubble thats making the connection to the battery terminals?
 
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Just for some clarification, you made a solder bubble on the AC'S battery contact and its that bubble thats making the connection to the battery terminals?
Its actually more like two sheets of equal thickness so the contacts on the aircraft side are able to reach the battery contacts. Works perfectly.
 
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Its actually more like two sheets of equal thickness so the contacts on the aircraft side are able to reach the battery contacts. Works perfectly.
I'm not sure I would trust a layer of solder between two battery terminals to maintain flight. Hopefully it never fails.