My wife had better not read your post Scot’s are actually very generous, they just take care of what they have thoughHi .,
Well first of all thank you for trying to find the owner , it’s not everyone that would do that especially these days it seems .
Have you seen any numbering that looks like it has been added to the mavic .
It could be anywhere on the drone , if it still has the battery take that out and have a look there for any added numbers .
I’m not sure if DJI would be able to help if they had the serial number .
I’m not very familiar with the regulations and registration that applies in the Scotland part of the UK.
So if you could talk to someone that knows the local regs might be able to help you more than I can .
I’m sorry I can’t help you out any more , but I hope you can get it back to the owner soon , hey there might be a reward in it for you !! , but then again Scottish pilots aren’t known for their generosity!!
Didn’t mean to offend anyone.
I do commended you for trying to return it .
If you think I can help you out just let me know .
All the best .
Adding a txt file with your contact info is a great idea.Thsnx for trying to find the owner! Not sure if you can you charge it via the usb cable. If it has power, you should be able to read the memory on your computer like a USB drive. Assuming it's dead...and you are able to read the SD card on your computer, see if there is anything on it. I have a .txt file on mine with my contact info.
I know this very well, I’m Scottish , however I emigrated to Canada twenty something years ago , I really miss the fish suppers , maybe you could email me one !!.My wife had better not read your post Scot’s are actually very generous, they just take care of what they have though