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although not exactly a true security feature, if there can be an on-screen ”tag” during live view, of how many concurrent connections, this will let the owners know if anyone else is logged on in real-time.December 5, 2018 at 5:35 am in reply to: Motion Detection Push Notifications Improvement Suggestions #176888
thank you for the push notification update; now we see the specific camera names instead of generic ”IP Camera”. this was a big help giving us a good preview of which camera triggered by motion or otherwise.
thanks again Reolink!October 24, 2018 at 6:23 am in reply to: Motion Detection Push Notifications Improvement Suggestions #158759
We will try to change "IP camera" to the device name:
And a record X seconds before event and X seconds after event are called "pre-record" and "post-record" which is not available for battery-powered cameras, but available for other models from Reolink. You can do some research on the battery-powered cameras on the market and you'll see pre-record is not realistic for battery-powered but only for DC powered cameras as it demands for non-stop working. And for Reolink Argus, if it's triggered it records for 6 sec and send you an alert. If it's triggered again after the 6-sec, it will push again.
it has been another 4 months since i last inquired about the status of ”push notification improvement suggestions” thread. i still don't see any difference in my notification as it still shows generic ”IP Camera” instead of unique names we've given to each camera unit. seemed like both my Reolink app and cameras are current version.June 15, 2018 at 12:49 am in reply to: Motion Detection Push Notifications Improvement Suggestions #124532
hello, do we have any updates to this? it's been a long while and i still only see ”Alarms From IP Camera” on my notification and NOT the specific cam which the alarm was triggered from.
Do we have any improvements on this yet? After a few app updates (and possibly Argus firmware updates as well), I still haven't seen much difference in this area.September 20, 2017 at 12:14 am in reply to: Reolink Argus – Teardown – turn off the Status LED – hidden USB Port German #68230
...also, what is that hidden USB port for? does that mean we can use external power source if we decided not to use the expensive batteries? or is that dedicated for other uses?September 14, 2017 at 1:33 am in reply to: Motion Detection Push Notifications Improvement Suggestions #67627
i second this suggestion as this was on my radar to be brought up here. thank you ”ohallord”...!September 14, 2017 at 12:57 am in reply to: Reolink Argus – Teardown – turn off the Status LED – hidden USB Port German #67626
this is very interesting and enlightening. something to be learned here other than voiding warranty.
danke herr der.kohli for sharing!