Does anyone have a brick wall I can bang my head against?

I don’t have a large house and on the west side of my house are the cameras in question and within 10 feet of each camera is my router and my mesh set up and my base station on the west side of my house I have five more cameras. Four of those cameras work 99% of the time, one of those cameras a WYZE cam v. 3 which is plugged in and for about a month worked perfectly and now I have to unplug and replug it probably four times a week trying to work it’s always off-line. To answer another question above I have the SD chips in all my cameras. And yes, I can take them out and put them in the computer and they work. I always format them, but some of my cameras are not in a convenient place for me to keep taking that Card out.
Today it was a little overcast, and when I woke up this morning, five of my cameras were off-line I thought maybe it’s the base station but only three of the cameras were on the base station that were off-line and two of the other ones were not and they were off-line. One more thing. I have the new battery operated camera that is supposed to last for six weeks, or is it months, I’m not sure. It doesn’t even go six days! Welcome to my life with WYZE.


Why don’t you just set it to continuously record?

My Cam Pan v3 records everything continuously to the SD card. However, I will say that is the only trouble free configuration I have discovered. I have 5 Wyze cameras and all but the outdoor cam continuously record to the SD card.

Most of the problem is probably mine. I live in a very isolated area and have internot.