Hello all! Just had my first scary experience with the P3. Cliffnotes will be provided at the bottom. On another thread I was wondering how to do the screen captures so that I could get the info (height, distance, battery life, etc) on the screen, and someone advised me to download a screen capture app. I'm using a Samsung Galaxy S4, so I went on the google play store and downloaded "recordable free" and decided to test it. At the same time, I also decided I wanted to do a range test. Which now that I think about it, adding 2 new variables (screen recording and range testing) at the same time wasn't a great idea. So I get everything setup, and I take her off flying about 120m up and going for distance. I get about 2000m out (double my previous record!) and my DJI app closes. First time that's ever happened. No big deal, I just reboot it and we're good. Then I continue flying back, and get about 400m away and my phone shuts off. No warning, just off. Mind you, its plugged into my P3 controller and charging, so its not a battery issue. This is when I start to get nervous, I've been out flying and probably have around 30% battery, 120m up, 400m away and can't see it at all. I quickly try to reboot the phone and can't do it, so I just push the P3 forward and hope it eventually comes back into sight. After what seemed like forever, I could finally hear the phantom buzzing again, and was able to bring her home. TLDR; -Download "recordable free" app to screen capture -Go for range test -2000m out, DJI app fails. Reboot it and continue -400m out, phone shuts off and won't turn back on. -Bring bird back in by sheer luck. -Hypothesize that running both the recordable app and DJI app overpowered my phone? -Glad nothing seriously bad happened. My recordable free app file corrupted when the phone shut off, so I don't have that video, but I do have the video from the P3. It looks normal, with 2 points in which the bird just stops in the air for 1-2 minutes while I reboot stuff. I have no idea why the DJI app turned off when it did, but I hypothesize that the phone shut off due to overusage. I had the DJI app opened, the "recordable free" app open, and was also screen mirroring to my FPV goggles.