-Enter in “Flight Logs” > you will see the track list;
- Select the track you want to download (just click on it once);
- Press the button “Export IGC File”;
- The instrument will ask you to choose between: (i) IGC to USB memory (to save as IGC in the USB memory of your instrument); (ii) IGC to SD Card (to save the IGC file inside the SD Card memory); C-Pilot PRO Format;
- Once the track is saved, you have 2 options:
if you saved in USB storage, you connect the C-pilot by USB cable (see user’s manual) and drag & drop the IGC file from the folder “tracks” to your Computer’s desktop (or any different Computer’s folder)
If you saved in SD Card: connect the SD Card to the Computer (if your PC gas not a slot, you may use a common SD-USB adaptor) and then drag & drop the IGC file from the folder “Tracks” to your Computer’s desktop (or any different Computer’s folder)
Check the internal memory of your computer: it may be full. If yes, backup the instrument’s files and then cancel some files to save space. Meanwhile you can export IGC by the SD Card.