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Manually upload DJI GO, GO 4, Pilot, and Fly


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For iOS

This help article demonstrates how to manually upload flight logs to AirData from the following flight apps when using an iOS device:

  • DJI GO
  • DJI GO 4
  • DJI Pilot
  • DJI Fly

We will look at how to:

  1. Upload flight logs from a PC using iTunes
  2. Upload flight logs from a Mac

Please note that AirData also supports auto-upload of DJI flight logs. Please visit this page for instructions on auto-upload.


1) For PC

Please download and install iTunes if you do not have it on your PC.

Connecting your iPhone/iPad with your PC

Connect your iOS device with your PC and open iTunes if it does not open automatically.

In iTunes, select your device.


ios device in itunes


Click on "File Sharing", search for the DJI flight app, and locate the folder titled "FlightRecords". Next, click on "Save" in the bottom right.


flight records folder itunes


After clicking on "Save", choose the location on your PC where you wish to save the contents of the FlightRecords folder. For this example, we created the folder DJI_Flight_Records in "Windows (C:)". Next, click on "Select Folder".


storage location for flight records


You will see a prompt that says "Copying Files from..." at the top of your screen.


copying flight records


Next, access the location where you saved the FlightRecords folder, and proceed to open the folder.


access flight record folder from pc


When you open the FlightRecords folder, you will see your flight logs. Please upload the records that end with .txt — do NOT upload what is contained in the "MCDatFlightRecords" folder.




Manually uploading logs to AirData

Log into your AirData account and go to "MY LOGS" -> "UPLOAD", or click here.

You can either drag and drop the records contained within the "FlightRecords" folder to this page, or you can click "OR SELECT FILES."


drag and drop logs





2) For Mac

Connecting your iPhone/iPad with your Mac

Connect your iPhone/iPad to your computer, open the "Finder" application, and select your iOS device under "Locations."


ios device finder


Select "Files" and click on the arrow next to the appropriate DJI flight app.


select dji flight app for manual upload


Next, drag and drop the "FlightRecords" folder to a location on your computer. For this example, we will drag and drop the FlightRecords folder to our desktop.


drag and drop flightrecords

Moving the FlightRecords folder to your computer will not remove the original folder from your iOS device.


Manually uploading logs to AirData

Log into your AirData account and go to "MY LOGS" -> "UPLOAD", or click here.

You can either drag and drop the records contained within the "FlightRecords" folder to this page, or you can click "OR SELECT FILES."


drag and drop logs


For this example, we will select the records from the "FlightRecords" folder on the desktop. Choose the Pilot-in-Command for these flights, and proceed to upload.


manually select flights to upload


Next, upload more flights, or proceed to view the uploaded flights.


continue to flights


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Flying Buffalo
Posted one year ago
For Mavic 3 Enterprise, the manual upload process only seems to capture the equipment. No telemetry data is imported ..like wind, position or speed.
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Tom AirData
Posted one year ago
Hi,

Thank you for sharing this information.

We recommend using our automated upload methods when possible, as they often capture more flight data.
The AirData UAV mobile app, once installed, is able to sync logs directly from the RC Pro Enterprise controller. See this help page for auto-upload instructions: app.airdata.com

Perhaps the logs you uploaded for the Mavic 3 Enterprise are in a different format from what we officially support. There have been instances where certain controllers/flight apps create multiple logs for the same flight.

If you have any additional questions regarding the manual upload process for the Mavic 3 Enterprise, please let us know at support@airdata.com
If your use case requires that you manually upload these flight logs, we would be happy to help.
Thank you.


Best regards,

Tom
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John Pflughoft
Posted 4 weeks ago
Tom
I'm using a mac and I just looked up my flight records on my phone for DJI FLY...I have an Avata 2 so I have to hook up the googles....
I can't find the files for yesterday and this morning....
What do I need to turn on or off on DJI Fly and is there a procedure for hooking up the googles when trying to get the flight records?
Thanks...
John
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Tom AirData
Posted 4 weeks ago
Hi John,

Thank you for sharing this question. I'm happy to help.

Using the DJI Goggles adds an additional step to the upload process from DJI Fly.
You will first need to connect the Goggles to your iPhone, then wait for the flights to show up in DJI Fly's "Flight Data Center".
Please see this help article for additional details: app.airdata.com

After downloading the flights to your iPhone, the good news is that you can automatically sync flights from DJI Fly on iOS to AirData UAV.
Please see this help article for auto sync instructions: app.airdata.com

Thank you. Please send us an email at support@airdata.com if you require any additional help with this process.

Best Regards,
Tom
AirData Support
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