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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by RVD98072, Mar 10, 2016.

  1. RVD98072

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    How do I find out how many flights I have had with my drone?

    I have a P3A. Do I just count how many log files were generated or is there anything in the dji go app that will tell me?

    Thanks.

    RVD.
     
  2. karamazin

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    When you open Dji go app, in left upper corner must click on icon with paper plane and there you have your flight records.
     
  3. Meta4

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    Just look in the app at your flight records. It tells you how many flights.
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  4. RVD98072

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    As far as I can tell, this just shows how many flights I had with the DJI Go app on this tablet. I have used my phone and multiple tablets on my flights. My phone says 3 flights, one tablet says 10 flights, etc.

    I am preparing my P3A for sale and I wanted to write something like "X flights, Y total flight time" - is there any way to get this info? Likewise, I recently bought a used P3P and was wondering if I can check on the # of flights and total flight time on the one that I bought.
     
  5. Bob N

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    If you click the cloud in the right hand upper corner that should pulling all your flights. At least it seemed to for me. First 2 flights were on Nexus 6 and the next two on Nvidia K1.
     
  6. Mark The Droner

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    You can also count by counting all the charge cycles on your batteries - although some of the short flights won't be included.
     
  7. RVD98072

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    The battery thing won't be accurate for me because I don't usually fly until the battery runs out. I usually only fly until around 40-50% or so.

    I'll try the upper right hand cloud thing.