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Getting Log files from GS Pro 2.0.11
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JohnH2005
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I am running DJI Go 4 version 4.3.32 and GS Pro 2.0.11 (10123)

GS Pro has my Flight Distance as 123 Mi 3,319'.

DJI Go has my flight distance as 130,220'.

First I want to know how to get my log files out of GS Pro?  Then I want to know how to get it so that the DJI Go 4 app can see and recognize the flights from GS Pro.


5-7 09:50
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DJI Mindy
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Please follow the steps below to export the logs of GS Pro:
1. Enter the ''Personal Space'' interface in iPad GS Pro, and tap the flight record icon on the upper right corner.
2. Choose the record that needs to be uploaded and tap the upload icon on the upper right corner, then two export methods will pop up: ''Web Server'' and ''System Standard Share''
3. If you choose ''Web Server'', then it is required to enter the URL in the app into the computer's browser (provided that the computer and iPad are connected to the same Wi-Fi network), then you can download the required record files to the browser
4. If you choose ''System Standard Share'', then an ''Airdrop'' prompt will pop up, or export via the app's built-in share channel.

The fight records in GS Pro cannot be synced to DJI Go 4.
5-7 22:54
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JohnH2005
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DJI Mindy Posted at 5-7 22:54
Please follow the steps below to export the logs of GS Pro:1. Enter the ''Personal Space'' interface in iPad GS Pro, and tap the flight record icon on the upper right corner.2. Choose the record that needs to be uploaded and tap the upload icon on the upper right corner, then two export methods will pop up: ''Web Server'' and ''System Standard Share''3. If you choose ''Web Server'', then it is required to enter the URL in the app into the computer's browser (provided that the computer and iPad are connected to the same Wi-Fi network), then you can download the required record files to the browser4. If you choose ''System Standard Share'', then an ''Airdrop'' prompt will pop up, or export via the app's built-in share channel.
The fight records in GS Pro cannot be synced to DJI Go 4.

Well, it only shows one log file to upload.  Despite me having 123 miles of flight on there.  Those must be some really good batteries.
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5-8 04:30
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JohnH2005
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Flight distance : 130220 ft
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DJI Mindy Posted at 5-7 22:54
Please follow the steps below to export the logs of GS Pro:1. Enter the ''Personal Space'' interface in iPad GS Pro, and tap the flight record icon on the upper right corner.2. Choose the record that needs to be uploaded and tap the upload icon on the upper right corner, then two export methods will pop up: ''Web Server'' and ''System Standard Share''3. If you choose ''Web Server'', then it is required to enter the URL in the app into the computer's browser (provided that the computer and iPad are connected to the same Wi-Fi network), then you can download the required record files to the browser4. If you choose ''System Standard Share'', then an ''Airdrop'' prompt will pop up, or export via the app's built-in share channel.
The fight records in GS Pro cannot be synced to DJI Go 4.

Any chance on getting some help with this?
6-17 03:17
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