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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by flyNfrank, Oct 3, 2016.

  1. flyNfrank

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    Look real close.....the image is a glimpse of a TXT Flight Log file from the 2.9.1 DJI GO App!!!

    There has been a few moon's that have come & gone since doing a updated GO app firmware. But I'm Back at it, and once again able to help some of you that are in need of knowing what might be going on with your AirCraft.... :D
     
  2. alokbhargava

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    Welcome welcome welcome!


    Sent from my iPhone using PhantomPilots
     
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    This means you can use the tools to convert logs from newer versions of Dji go? I'm confused lol
     
  4. flyNfrank

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    Yes.
     
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    Share frank, share! Which tool? I'm really missing not being able to mine my logs!!!!
     
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    OK FNF, lets be a bit more verbose, shall we? It's too early in the morning to be cryptic.....
     
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    verbose..... How you figure? I only posted one word in this thread today.
     
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    I think WetDog is saying that you posted that you are now able to do something (which many of us lost the ability to do once DJI encrypted the logs), but you aren't sharing HOW or WHERE its done. You teased us! :p As a result, the rest of the community cannot benefit from whatever you have learned, and we would very much like to know!

    Are you willing to share that with the rest of us? Or, are you using one of the paid sites which already was able to decrypt the logs?
     
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    No, *more* verbose. Talk to us!
     
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    LOL !
    Frank's so excited about being able to trouble shoot again, he's speechless :)
     
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    im just passing the word (which i think is what FNF was trying to do here), make sure to thank @BudWalker, @ferraript, and @TecHunter and @msinger for their hard work!
     
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    I'm glad you finally caught on. As for the tools...it really wasn't my place to say in this particular situation what others accomplished. You know those times when you think you are doing something nice for someone, and then the next thing you know they are upset with you over it. They say they didn't want anyone to know about it yet.
     
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    I'm a little slow sometimes ;) And, thats totally fair man! And kudos to you for letting the other guys spread the word, I know you were doing good here :) You do a lot of great things for this community, much appreciated !
     
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    Thanks so much for the kind words!
     
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