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myhondas
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So where is the flight log in the pilot app? I know there are unreadable files in the mobile device, But I am looking for the built in app and how to access it. Do you need to have the app up and running with it connected to the remote and it connected to the aircraft? I can't find in in the pilot app at all. Running android and pilot app 1.1.0
2015-5-29
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Total
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Click on the "user Center" on the bottom of the main App screen . Then click the middle icon , it looks like a triangle with a curve above it .. There are your flight logs ..

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myhondas
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Total Posted at 2015-5-30 11:24
Click on the "user Center" on the bottom of the main App screen . Then click the middle icon , it lo ...

Thanks  I knew it was supposed to be somewhere. Too bad DJI doesn't know how to write usable manuals huh.
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Total
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The Phantom 3 is new , manuals will come in time .... Patience .....
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aburkefl
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I see "Total" gave you the right answer. However....

The version you reference is NOT the proper version for Android devices. If you got that version via Google Play, the playstore, etc., it is NOT the correct version.

You need to download the version from the DJI site. You *might* be able to find the pilot log on the version you have, but you'll have lots of other problems. There are a gazillion known problems with that version.
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aburkefl@gmail. Posted at 2015-5-30 19:41
I see "Total" gave you the right answer. However....

The version you reference is NOT the proper ve ...

That is the version they have on the DJI website for Android.  Have you seen another version and can tell us how to download it?
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aburkefl
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zt6kxt41@gmail. Posted at 2015-5-30 20:20
That is the version they have on the DJI website for Android.  Have you seen another version and c ...

My humble apologies - you DO have the correct Android version.
In my haste I must have mentally transposed the numbers I saw.
For about a week or so there were a lot of guys who were using the pilot app that was downloaded from the Google store - that one definitely doesn't work.

You apparently do have the one that's available from the DJI web site.

Again, my apologies for misleading you.
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aburkefl@gmail. Posted at 2015-5-30 23:58
My humble apologies - you DO have the correct Android version.
In my haste I must have mentally tr ...

Yes - I had to go check my app version again , I thought that it was the latest but ..... This can happen to anyone , all is good ...
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zt6kxt41
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aburkefl@gmail. Posted at 2015-5-30 23:58
My humble apologies - you DO have the correct Android version.
In my haste I must have mentally tr ...

We good...it was just wishful thinking that the developers would update the Andriod app anytime soon!!!!
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aburkefl
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zt6kxt41@gmail. Posted at 2015-6-2 22:03
We good...it was just wishful thinking that the developers would update the Andriod app anytime so ...

Speaking of Android apps...

This morning I drug everything into the living room.
Removed props from the Phantom 3.
Connected mobile device (Samsung Galaxy S5) to the controller.
Turned on controller.
Turned on Phantom 3.
Started screen capture program on mobile device.
Started Pilot app on mobile device.

I think I was about 30 seconds into capturing some screenshots of the Pilot app when I suddenly noticed in the status window - "...no signal..."

Well, Geez. The controller and the Phantom were sitting about 10" from each other. What the...?
My first thought was that the Pilot app stopped running. However, I assume in that case it would show a disconnect. Do I have that right? Disconnect means the pilot app dropped the connection with the controller and if the controller and Phantom stop communicating that says no signal?

Well, since the props weren't attached and the motors were never started, my Phantom didn't RTH, didn't crash - didn't do anything except sit there. Within a few more seconds of futzing around getting the pilot app back on the screen, the Phantom "woke up" again. I can only guess that it had been asleep. I guess a hazy summer morning in central Florida made it sleepy!

Ultimately I collected a series of 20-something screenshots - need some more. Got a hare-brained idea (or is it hair-brained?) I'm going to write some sort of pilot app manual. In a worst case situation, I'm hoping I can build something that will link any item I'm looking for to where on the pilot app the appropriate menu option will appear. Wish me luck - it's already pretty convoluted! If I can get what I hope I can get, I'll put it in the form of a .pdf and figure out the most likely place to upload it.
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