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How to Retrieve DJI Flight Records From Android, IOS and Crystal Sky
- June 3, 2022
- Posted by: Sugu Blogwriter
Retrieving Flight Records From ANDROID:
We will take a look at how to get your flight logs from an android device. Please ensure you have the DJI Go 4 / Go / Pilot app installed on your device and it is the device you used for your flight.
1.Plug your android device into your PC.
2. Choose your device from the options available.
3. Select the correct DJI App folder.
4. Select the relevant CSV file from your flight.
How to retrieve IOS Flight Records:
We will take a look at how to get your flight logs from an IOS device. Please ensure you have the DJI Go 4 / Go / Pilot app installed on your device and it is the device you used for your flight.
1.Open iTunes on your PC, click the phone icon on the left of the screen.
2. Open the file sharing tab and select the correct DJI App.
3. Select the “FlightRecords” folder and click “Save”
4. In the folder that you have exported find the TXT file with the date of the flight, this will be your flight data for that flight.
If using an old version of iTunes, you’ll need to access the FlightRecords folder from the Apps section of iTunes instead. Open the FlightRecords folder on your computer and locate the appropriate TXT file.
Retrieving TXT Flight Logs From An Apple Device With Finder
If you’re using a Mac computer with an OS that cannot run iTunes (macOS Catalina or higher), you can use Finder to retrieve files from your Apple device.
- Connect your phone/tablet to your Mac computer via a Lightning cable.
- Open Finder, click your phone/tablet in the left menu (below “Locations”), and click “Files”.
- Find the version of DJI GO you’re using and click and drag the “Flight Records” folder to your desktop.
Retrieving Flight Records From Crystal Sky
we will look at how to get flight logs off the DJI Crystal Sky. Please note: You will need a Crystal Sky monitor with charge and a Micro SD Card that is installed in the Crystal Sky.
Open the File Explorer from the CrystalSky home screen
Select internal memory in the file explorer
Select DJI in the internal memory folder
Select dji.go.v4 or dji.pilot depending which app you were using at the time
Select the flight record folder
Here you will see all of your flight record files, with the time and date
Select the multi icon at the top of the screen and tap the logs you wish to transfer
Select the editor option at the top of the screen and select copy. Then tap home in the top left.
Install an SD card into either SD card slot
Go to editor and paste
Your files will now be on your SD card. You can then insert the SDcard into a computer and transfer them wherever they you require