We released firmware for Wyze Cam v2 and Wyze Cam Pan today! Here’s what’s different:
Wyze Cam v2 126.96.36.199
Wyze Cam Pan 188.8.131.52
Added New AI model improving person detection
Added Security Updates
We know that some people are having trouble with streaming (especially people on some Android devices) and that the Rules changes have some room for growth. We’re still working on these improvements and will have fixes out as soon as we can.
Will the new security improvements in 184.108.40.206 allow the cameras to once again record locally (to SDcard) without requiring authentication with Wyze servers at power-up? That requirement, introduced as a security enhancement a few releases ago, is an impediment to using cameras ‘off-line’, in locations where permanent internet connections are not available or practical.
I’m quite sure that Wyze will be able to secure a lot more sales when your security architecture evolves to permit off-line operation.
@cheaplikeafox, this update only improves the AI and contains a security update.
@Zack, the RTSP firmware is a different firmware branch. If you want to go back to the regular one, you can flash the firmware to an older firmware version in the non-RTSP track and then update from there. But if you want to keep RTSP, you’re already set.
The people detection seems more amazing. It’s now also detecting people in moving vehicles! (They’re obviously not driving themselves…yet.) Nice job team! And I just noticed even my Wyze account on the webpage looks a lot better too. Keep up the good work!
@WyzeGwendolyn no need to apologize, working through some tests with support on it. It’s a funny little bug since I can manually scroll to events and everything works fine otherwise, not a show stopper.
I can switch them back but they don’t stick. The next time I open the app they’re showing 360p again.
Not sure if the cameras are actually switching or if the app is reporting incorrectly.
I sent a ticket. #339019