Is the camera close to the main router only one with this problem? Could the main router’s WiFi communications with the other satellites be swamping the WiFi to the camera? When the camera sees WiFi traffic the protocol tells it to back off.
The camera could also be within the donut shaped signal pattern of the router’s transmitt signal. Less likely since you can see the signal strength on the cam.
Could still be the uSD, vote my Wish!
Check the disk with the command line C:\Windows\system32>ChkDsk X: /r Where X is the uSD card
Format the uSD card and un-check the default “Quick” option so it can mask out bad cells.
I’d try and swap with another camera to isolate the problem. It would be rare to have errors on a new card and the glitchless recording playback seems to support that. Could always blame the cat, those critters are very sneaky.
I will try that. I can swap the SD from one of my pan cams.
It’s not a huge deal, to me, since ya know: continuous recording, but figured maybe I’d help someone else troubleshoot since I saw something similar on mine. I might turn on event recording on the other 2 cameras for a short while just to see what happens.
Should I note that the one I’m experiencing issues on is on cam plus? Would that make a difference?
That was for the last firmware update which caused problems in Hawaii and AU where the time zone was off. The workaround was to set the camera up in a US time zone until a fix was available. It would probably affect their use of Cam+ but everything here is the USA should be AOK.
Out of curiosity, do you use a microSD card or no?
I frequently get these errors often but don’t use a microSD card. Of course, the first inclination that people point to is “your WiFi stability.” But I don’t have WiFi issues with any other video platform including iVideon (IP camera recording service) which I run simultaneously with Wyze (due to Wyze’s unreliability).
Have you recently upgraded your camera’s firmware?
I only started noticing these issues around the same time that I updated to whatever firmware was available over the summer. The issue happens to me across ALL of my cameras. There are plenty of users in this thread who mentioned observing the same issue.