So I upped to the P3P last week and treated myself not only to a much better bird (not to mention, video!), but ponied up for a tablet I could dedicate to flying. First flight out............ the DJI Go app crashed as soon as I stopped recording my very first video. And................... ...............it simply would not launch again. I tried the old search-Google-for-the-solution, but didn't find much help. So I set out to solve the problem myself. Problem was determined to be way the tablet recorded the cached video. It is always corrupt. One can watch it, but it blocky and jumpy, with lots of odd colors. And if the corrupt video remains on the device, the Go app will fail to launch. As soon as I clean out one sub-directory, the app works as designed. Videos are recorded in the DJI_RECORD directory. Delete everything there, and you'll be able to launch the app. To prevent the system from caching more videos and causing the problem again: Launch the app and connect to your bird (enter camera view). Click on the General Settings bars (3 short and 3 longs lines) in the top right. Click on the Other option (3 dots) in the lower left. Under Video Cache, find Cache locally when recording. Slide that option off, or to the left, so the green disappears. Bam! Problem solved. You can now record videos to your heart's content as much as you want.