Not sure if this would work for automatically storing Wyze cam video to a computer or not. If you can get it to work, you would need to program your computer drive to begin overwriting after X amount of video is stored.
I did a search on the wyze forums for Toshiba FlashAir, but didn’t find an answer to the question. I got 4 hits (one of which is this thread so guess I shouldn’t count as a helpful hit.). I didn’t see anyone who said they tried to do this with Wyze. Did I miss the answer? If so, can you point me to the link?
Again we still have no confirmation that it’s been tried, that was mark55’s and my point.
We are not asking if you or any “early adopters” to sacrifice your “time” to “try something.” We are merely asking if anyone has confirmed it works or not and that’s why there is a question mark on the title of this thread. There is no reason for you to be offended/defensive about people inquiring if something has been confirmed as tried or not. Such negativity in the forum doesn’t encourage a warm, welcoming community that helps drive Wyze’s growth.
I wasn’t “offended/defensive”. I was just pointing out that it had been discussed and nothing was reported about success/failure,
And I did not see anywhere in your original post asking if it had been tried.
As noted such devices have been considered before, including by myself here Wifi SD card or adapter. I guess we’re all waiting for someone to take the plunge and post their results. So every few days or weeks we’ll see another inquiry about it until someone lets us know if it worked for them.