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SPARK Found Glendale, AZ

QuadRAGIN

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Found a DJI Spark Drone Saturday 3/10/18 in Glendale AZ.
Let me know if this is yours
You will need to tell me:
Where you lost it
Color
WiFi name
WiFi Password
you will have to pick it up or delivery fee
 
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msinger

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msinger

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You could check the memory card for photos/videos. Perhaps the owner took a photo/video of something notable.
 

Denver

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Can’t believe any spark owner wouldn’t know the WiFi and password on their drone, that’s how you set it up! I certainly wouldn’t hand it over to someone who couldn’t produce this info.
 

mimixtz

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Respect for being honest and effort to find the owner.
I wouldn't know wifi password of mine though.
Bought it without a box.
Never connected it to phone only.
Updated it with Assistant.
I'll write this info now, you never know.
But I do have a sticker with "Reward if found" and my contact on it.
 

brasda91

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I agree, I don't know my wifi password either. No need to know that. And I'm sure there are some people that didn't keep the box. I have address labels on my stuff and my FAA number is about to be put on my drone as well.
 

LuvMyTJ

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Thank you for taking the time to post you found this. There should be a number added to it on tape or a label or possibly a sharpie. It will have an FAA registration number. It can be identified with that number. This number is something the owner would add to it.
 

HoboDan

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“REWARD IF FOUND” would have fixed all. If Spark fell from the sky, can’t believe it is flyable.
Aren’t we supposed to contact someone if we have a flyaway? Wouldn’t the FAA know who the permit number belongs too?
 

Norm Rechtman

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Imagine that, another person flying without registering and following established rules, too many people are buying drones and are never aware of the registration requirements, I always tell people who are buying drones at my store about registering. And I always find out where people live and if they are tourists, I tell them about the need to check the rules in their specific countries.
 

TDodgens

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Imagine that, another person flying without registering and following established rules, too many people are buying drones and are never aware of the registration requirements, I always tell people who are buying drones at my store about registering. And I always find out where people live and if they are tourists, I tell them about the need to check the rules in their specific countries.
My drones are registered because that was the law when I started flying, but as far as I know registration is still open, but not required any longer, unless your flying under Part 107. Has this changed again and I just missed it?
 

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