The last 3 days, I did 18 jumps. Only 15 of them were logged on the device for upload. I didn’t connect the device to wifi. While driving home I turned the device off (otherwise, it goes in jumping mode). When I turned it back on at home for uploading to the cloud, it shows only 3 uploads. On my cloud I only see 2 jumps from the last 3 days in the action detail page - but on the dasboard (recent jumpdays) it shows 1 jump yesterday and 2 jumps on Thursday, all the others disappeared.
I noticed too that mine froze and then deleted a jump I had just done when I pressed review.
I’m not sure what happened on the second freeze up, but it uploaded the fact that I did a jump, just no data to it.
I’ve not noticed an issue with uploading as yet though, I just plug it in, turn it on and leave it, normally get to check it later once my little one has stopped bouncing all over me and by then it’s done.
I’m still jumping with my N3 so I then have a fully accurate log to check and update the dekunu once options are available to update our logbook info. ( in no hurry for this as I know there are more pressing matters that the team are addressing)
I appreciate there are a lot of bugs popping up and they can be frustrating, but I’ll still take my hat off to the guys for endlesley working like troopers to sort them out.
If I’m ever over that way then I’ll be sure to get a round of beers in for them all.
It does seem to be a common problem after pressing the ‘review’ button on landing, the feature is currently not active so does nothing but crash the device and delete logs right now. I am hoping for some good news this week, I will keep you guys updated.
Has an announcement been made about this issue. I know if I’d known I’m not suppose to press that button upon landing or else it would delete everything from that jump, I wouldn’t have done so… too bad seeing this too late. Or is the information still in the device and I just need to wait for an update to come out that will retrieve and upload jump data?
@JClaus No announcement has been made, not everyone is experiencing the problem and some people have reported the logs reappearing. A solution has already been found by developers, the firmware is currently being tested and tweaked before being rolled out for public consumption.
@JClaus I won’t know until they release the firmware, I would err on the side of caution and manually log any missing jumps, you can email them to me and I will have them added to your Cloud if they aren’t recovered.