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Have a SPARK UAV and use DJI GO 4 to fly the drone. All the flights are recorded in my phone. How do I download to my computer the FLYING LOG for safe keeping.  I can then clear  the records from the phone  freeing up space. THANKS

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I was just looking into this the other day. I wanted to port my flight log data from one email address to another. If you are on iOS, there doesn't seem to be a way to do this. Android might have potential for this. Otherwise, just sync your data to the DJI cloud for safe keeping.

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Thanks for the info. When you sync your files in the phone  the GROWTH OF VALUE is updated and  does it automatically sync your flights records to the DJI CLOUD.?

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On 8/27/2017 at 9:15 PM, thewomble said:

Have a SPARK UAV and use DJI GO 4 to fly the drone. All the flights are recorded in my phone. How do I download to my computer the FLYING LOG for safe keeping.  I can then clear  the records from the phone  freeing up space. THANKS

Check out Airdata.com (formally "Healthy Drones")  Excellent platform and they have a free version to give it a try.

Or, Drone Log Book which I have not tried.

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We have used DroneLogbook for well over a year and these guys have been awesome.  We've submitted questions to their support staff on a Friday afternoon and get a call from them a couple hours later working to resolve our issues or answer questions.  They have the best technical support hands down.   I also just started using Airdata.com, a couple days ago, to be able to export data from Litchi and from what I've seen, the data they provide is really good too.  So, I don't think you can go wrong with either platform.

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THANKS to Dave and Scott.  Have loaded  the computer with both programmes yesterday and downloaded the flights etc into them. A little trouble getting the correct info about the batteries. but will be looking again this weekend. Certainly a lot of info there, more than what I need. Probably better to have too much than not enough.  Going to give both a good try out over the next few weeks. Once again thanks for your help.

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On 9/5/2017 at 11:22 PM, ScottF said:

We have used DroneLogbook for well over a year and these guys have been awesome.  We've submitted questions to their support staff on a Friday afternoon and get a call from them a couple hours later working to resolve our issues or answer questions.  They have the best technical support hands down.   I also just started using Airdata.com, a couple days ago, to be able to export data from Litchi and from what I've seen, the data they provide is really good too.  So, I don't think you can go wrong with either platform.

I use DroneLogbook as well and have had a great experience with them to date. They have resolved any technical issues I threw at them in a matter of days. I personally fly with an iPad tablet and download everything via iTunes to my PC. That might be an option with an iPhone as well though I am not an expert in that area. It is worth a look.

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On 9/3/2017 at 12:43 AM, thewomble said:

Thanks for the info. When you sync your files in the phone  the GROWTH OF VALUE is updated and  does it automatically sync your flights records to the DJI CLOUD.?

@thewomble - syncing phone/tablet to computer does not automatically sync flight records to DJI cloud. You have to do that from within the DJI GO app on your mobile device.

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