If anybody recently (month of December) lost an Autel EVO II Pro anywhere in Arizona. I found one. What I know about it... It was the first time they had ever used it before because the name on the files began with MAX_0001.MP4 They were using it for 22 minutes before it finally ended-up where I found it. Began at 12:36 PM, last video was recorded at 12:58 PM. 22 total minutes. From the last video recorded, it didn't seem that it crashed. My guess is, they wasted too much of the battery power, didn't pay attention, and it auto-landed, then shut-off. I don't want a bunch of people trying to guess where it was, what day it was; so unless you really lost this drone... don't contact me. If you can tell me what day you lost it, where you lost it, and what you were videotaping just before it went down? I'll work out a way to get it back to you. I probably live near where you do. =================== In the opposite realm... I understand that it is proabably a very, very small chance that this person will ever contact me or that I'll be able to find them. So, I am stuck with a VERY expensive drone (I know everybody here is going, 'STUCK???'). I have already figured-out that I would need the charger that charges the battery (which goes for around $80). However, I have no remote control device; and it seems like they don't sell them separately? (which is strange). There is an android app which can work with the drone... but I take it that it probably communcates with the remote control device, not the drone directly, correct? So, to actually use this drone I assume that I would need to find someone who lost their drone and, therefore, wants to sell their controller... and I'd have to buy the charger. ================== Back to the 'find the guy who owned it' aspect. Apparently he would have already found it if he had had GPS turned on, I assume. Because it was still where I found it, it is assumed that he had no travel log anywhere he could use to find it. Might someone have a serial number database somewhere that some serial number could be used to track down the person? And, that's about all my questions. Anybody that lost a drone somewhere in Arizona, sometime in the last month (not people who want a free drone and try and pretend they can guess my three questions, because you can't) please contact me. And, anybody who might be able to answer my other questions (can you fly the drone without the remote control in any way, is there a cheaper way to charge the battery than paying $80, would the serial number be held in some Autel database, somewhere so the original owner could be contacted) then let me know.