OK, please don't shoot the messenger!...... I have now heard back officially from DJI and the problems with the Pilot app are known about and are being worked on. Basically, DJI are working to optimise the code and put less of a loading on the tablet CPU whilst the app is running. The Pilot app puts a huge strain on the processing muscle of every tablet out there - some fare better than others. The problems are being caused by thermal throttling of the processors cores after the app has been running for some time. This is why we virtually see zero problems on the first few minutes of flight etc and the issue is exacerbated when the ambient temp is high. Some things to try to mitigate the problem (if your tablet/platform allows it) Lower the apps frame rate in the tablets power management utility. (This will be on your tablet and NOT in the pilot app - some will allow it, some won't) Limit the CPU's speed to around 80% of max. Ensure all cores of the CPU are being utilised Turn off draw route in Pilot App Lower the bitrate in custom channel selection to minimum. Do not allow the tablet to become too hot (limit direct sunlight) DJI are currently working on reducing the loading on the processor when the app is running and will continue to refine the code. This will (hopefully) produce better results for people come the next app release. Like I said, I am not getting into the 'but my tablet never did it before' debate or 'why does my app only crash on a Thursday' etc as all of this is totally out of my control and I have no influence as to how DJI R&D will prioritise this. I am purely the messenger. Give the above suggestions a try (if you can) Peoples milage will vary....... Thanks.