Installing WTFOS on DJI
The WTFOS OSD is basically a higher-res analog OSD that you can get on DJI goggles. It gives you everything the analog OSD gives you, so configuration menus, OSD elements, post-flight details, etc.
Here’s the process to install it:
- Make sure you’re on version V01.00.0606 on whatever you want to root.
- If you’re rooting an AU or Vista, use a fan to cool it down during this process.
- Go to the WTFOS Configurator’s Root section and click “Root device”. Click on your device on the permission popup and continue. Wait until done. DO NOT REBOOT WHEN IT’S DONE.
- Each step (there are five in total) should take around a minute to continue. If it takes longer, it’s probably gone wrong, but it should be safe to just reboot the goggles/AU and try again. At least, it’s never caused me a problem so far, and I’ve done it many times.
- Once that’s done, go to the WTFOS Installer section and click “connect to device”, and then “Install WTFOS”.
- After installation is done (or if you’re upgrading), go to the Package Manager section, and install
fcc-unlock(for full power) and
msp-osd. You can also install
auto-recordon the goggles, for automatically recording if your video link goes away and comes back. The rest probably isn’t necessary.
On the goggles
- Disable the custom OSD: Settings -> Display -> Custom OSD: Off.
- Download the font files from the ArduCustom repository. Make sure to get the four fonts ending in
- If they aren’t already, rename them to add
_arduto the name after
- Put the four font files in the root of the goggles’ SD card.
- Go to the console and run, to enable MSP OSD recording:
package-config set msp-osd rec_enabled true package-config apply msp-osd
On the plane
OSD_TYPE=5for MSP_DISPLAYPORT and
OSDn_TXT_RES=1for 50x18 text resolution on the craft. You should also check that
OSD_OPTIONS=0, just to make sure you don’t have problems.
- Arrange your OSD elements as you want them.
Last updated on March 20, 2023. For any questions/feedback, email me at email@example.com.