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removing videos and stuff from android tablet.

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by robinb, May 10, 2015.

  1. robinb

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    With 16gb max capacity how do you remove (or can you remove) all the videos and other stuff that can transferred to the tablet during/end of flight automatically. ?

    Mine is going to get full very quickly at this rate.

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    The Only thing I found on my Nexus 7 II was the sample moves and flight data. Everything else goes to the SD card. So Unless there is a setting to put things on the Droid the default settings do not.

    PS: thanks for the question.... Was thinking the same thing I have the 24 gig Nexus 7 II and don't want video on it for sure.
     
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    When you view flight record via user centre, the videos are brought into the main memory, also logs of ever flight are stored on my tablet.
    Browsing today a lot of space already been taken up.
     
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    You should be able to find the location and delete it periodically, ES File Explorer is good.
     
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    I need to look again later today, its not in an obvious directory.

    I did find some videos which were stored there and all the log files.

    Its all buried several levels down.
     
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    There's an option to auto clear the cache after if reaches 2GB. In the "Other" menu in the Camera portion of the app. If you click a cached video it'll uncompress it and store it on your device. You can just select it and delete it from inside the Gallery (or Photos) app.
     
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    Thanks

    Just looking at tablet now and the files seem to be stored in

    DJI/dji.pilot/flightrecord
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    DJI/dji.pilot/DJI_RECORD


    Using the clear cache clears the 2nd folder of the video files.