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188.8.131.5214 (November 1, 2023)
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 Factory reset Wyze Cam v3 Pro:
- If there is a microSD card inserted in the camera, remove it before proceeding.
- With the camera plugged into power, press and hold the setup button on the bottom of the camera for 10 seconds.
- Wait at least 30 seconds for the unit to initialize.
- This process may take up to 5 minutes. It’s rare, but it’s possible.
- The LED status light on the camera will change to flashing red once the reset is complete
- Walk through setting up the camera like new in the Wyze app. Or proceed to flashing the last known working firmware.
 Flash Firmware for Wyze Cam v3 Pro (after above):
- Wyze Cam v3 files can be found on the Release Notes page.
- Download a specific version of firmware, For Windows: Right-click on the folder and select extract all. For Mac: Drag and drop the folder. Then copy the extracted folder contents to the root directory of your microSD card. It is recommended to use a blank/empty 32GB microSD card formatted to FAT32. The file name should be recovery_wcv3p.bin.
- Power off your camera and insert your microSD card.
- Hold the setup button, plug in your USB cable, keep holding the setup button for 3-6 seconds until the light is solid purple, then release the button.
- Note: For “Solid Purple” both the blue and red LEDs will be on at once, making it appear to be a solid purple.
- Wait for 3-4 minutes. The camera will reboot and change light status during this time.
- Power off. Power on.
- Walk through setting up the camera like new in the Wyze app. Be wary of (auto) updating firmware before the dust settles. That is, wait a few days and then check the forums for negative feedback.
This works with: TP-Link: Access Point Mode: Smart Connect: Both 2.4 & 5GHz served from the same SSID.